A Key Initiative of the Principal’s New Strategic Framework
The Principal’s Global Scholars and Fellows Program is a university-wide initiative to support faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and students displaced by war, conflict, and political instability from a variety of geographic and social locations.
The program is comprised of two streams.
Stream 1: Principal’s Global Scholars
Principal’s Global Scholars provides forcibly displaced students with an admissions pathway and funding to complete their degree at Queen’s.
The Principal’s Global Scholars at the undergraduate level will be identified through Queen’s long-standing partnership with the World University Service of Canada (WUSC) Student Refugee Program.
This program provides resettlement in Canada and access to post-secondary education to refugees in selected countries of asylum. The Principal’s Global Scholars and Fellows Program expands Queen’s commitment to WUSC and we encourage interested applicants to visit WUSC for information on how to apply.
Scholars with an experience of displacement interested in graduate study, including short-term graduate placements (up to one year), are encourage to email email@example.com for more information.
Principal’s Global Scholars is open to applications from undergraduate and graduate students in all degree programs offered at Queen’s. Consideration is given to the unique circumstances of the applicant. If students are admitted to their program of study, financial support may include funding for tuition, fees, and an amount for housing and living expenses.
Stream 2: Principal’s Global Fellows
Principal’s Global Fellows offers support to forcibly displaced faculty members and post-doctoral fellows.
For Faculty Members
Support for displaced faculty members is provided through Queen’s existing partnerships with Scholars at Risk, the Institute of International Education’s Scholar Rescue Fund and Artist Protection Fund, the New University in Exile Consortium, and other international and national organizations. Support is provided for one academic year, with the possibility of renewal.
Learn More / Contact:
- Scholars interested in applying to be hosted at Queen’s can contact Scholars at Risk and firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For more information, including on how to host a scholar, go to Queen’s Scholars at Risk or email email@example.com.
For Post-Doctoral Fellows
Queen’s provides Post-Doctoral Fellowships to allow forcibly displaced PhD graduates to continue their academic work at Queen’s for one year. This is a new initiative, offered through the School of Graduate Studies and Post-Doctoral Affairs and the Office of the Vice-Principal (Research).
Learn More / Contact:
Individuals interested in applying to be a Principal’s Global Post-Doctoral Fellow in any discipline should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.