The Martha Shuttleworth Graduate Entrance Scholarship will be awarded to a student entering the Master's in Public and International Affairs who has a minimum "A" admission average and demonstrated involvement in extra-curricular activities and leadership. All entering master's students in the Graduate Program in Public and International Affairs will be considered for this award through the Admissions process to their program of study. Applicants must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents*, and demonstrate financial need.
- Incoming full-time graduate Master’s student;
- Must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons and residents of Ontario;
- Must demonstrate financial need;
- Must demonstrate extra-curricular and/or leadership abilities;
- Must have a minimum ‘A’ average
Award period (when the award will be paid)
- Upcoming academic year
- March 1st
How to Apply
Students must be nominated by their graduate program. The program will identify potential nominees and request the appropriate documentation. Students cannot apply directly to FGS.
- a statement of research;
- a CV;
- Transcripts from Admissions package and/or student file;
- Student Financial Profile for the upcoming academic year;
- a nomination letter from Graduate Program Director.
Recipients will be recommended by the Graduate Program in Public and International Affairs by April 1 to the Faculty of Graduate Studies Awards Committee for review at the April meeting.
- Graduate Program Director
Graduate Program in Public & International Affairs, Glendon Campus
351 York Hall
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext. 88149