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Faculty of Graduate Studies


The Susan Crocker and John Hunkin Scholarship in the Fine Arts (GSMP scholarship)

Award level:  Masterís or doctoral.
Award value: Up to $12,500.*
Renewable: Non-renewable.
Domestic/VISA: Canadian citizens, permanent residents and/or protected persons who are residents of Ontario are eligible.
Number of awards: Up to 4*
Eligible area of study: (a) All fine arts.
Selection criteria: (a) Research in the area of fine arts; (b) Academic accomplishments; and, (c) Financial need.
Application / nomination package: (a) Statement of research; (b) CV; (c) Transcripts (supplied by graduate program from Admissions file); (d) Confirmation of financial need; and, (e) Letter of nomination (supplied by the graduate program director).
Process: Since this award is for Fine Arts related graduate students only, the Faculty of Fine Arts through Michael Longford (Associate Dean Research) will provide additional information regarding the process for adjudication. Note: students cannot apply directly to FGS. They must be nominated by their Graduate Program.
FGS deadline: April 1. The Faculty of Graduate Studies Awards Committee will review nominees for eligibility.
For more information:
Contact: Office of the Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts, or Graduate Program Offices longford@yorku.ca
Notes: * The value and number of award(s) in any given year will depend on the rate of distribution from the endowment fund, and the number of recipients selected.
Graduate Studies Matching Program (GSMP) Awards
The Graduate Studies Matching Program (GSMP) is a scholarship and awards fundraising program, initiated by the York University Foundationís YorkU50 fundraising campaign to raise money for graduate student funding. One goal of the GSMP is to attract top applicants to our graduate programs. Most awards will be for specific programs; others, such as the one listed below, possess broad eligibility criteria allowing many programs to take advantage of submitting their strongest prospective student for consideration.


 

 

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