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Announcements/Updates

February 2015

  Closing date for applications is March 1, 2015.  

 

We continue to accept applications until August 2015 BUT only those applications started before March 1 will be considered for nomination for Queen's internal fellowships and bursaries.

 

Applications for 2015-16 are open through the School of Graduate Studies website http://www.queensu.ca/sgs/applications-admissions for start dates of September 2015, January 2016, and May 2016.  Our preferred start date is September of each year for reasons of funding and course continuity. 

 

Please complete your application through the SGS site above.  All documents must be received with payment for an application to be complete and visible to the School of Environmental Studies. 

 

Closing date for applications to OGS is March 1, 2015.  If your average on the last 20 half-credit courses is A- or better, please apply. The School has 3 OGS scholarships to award.

 

The Graduate Committee of the School of Environmental Studies will be reviewing complete application on March 17, 2015.  Offers will be made shortly after that date.

 

Please note for all programs, offers are made to students with a named supervisor or advisor only.  

 

Follow the Faculty/Research tab at the top of the page to see our Faculty and find links to their contact information.  Applicants are encouraged to contact Faculty members to discuss possible openings.  Please indicate on your application if you have spoken to Faculty or would like your documents circulated to a particular Faculty member. 

 

Funding information is available at http://www.queensu.ca/ensc/graduate/funding.html.  Success in internal or external scholarships or bursaries increases the yearly stipend.

 

International applicants - Please note that we have only 1 new ITA funded position this year for an MES or PhD student.

 

An MES project is available to study the toxicity of diluted bitumen in fish.  Details.  Please contact Dr. Peter Hodson or Dr. Valerie Langlois.

 


   

 

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