Summer Studentship Program
Spend your summer studying women and children’s health.
This program aims to encourage a new generation of talented young researchers to pursue careers in children's and women's health. Students receive invaluable, direct experience working on specific projects under the guidance of WCHRI members for three or four months during the summer. Funding of up to $1,300 per month is provided between May and August.
All applications to WCHRI must align with our relevance criteria in order to be eligible for funding.
- Undergraduate students (including medical education students) registered in a recognized degree program at time of application from any Canadian university may apply.
- Students must complete the WCHRI in-training membership requirements prior to submission of the application.
- Projects must be supervised by a WCHRI member and carried out at the University of Alberta.
- Supervisors may put forward only one applicant per year. Co-supervision is not permitted.
- Students must commit to the proposed research for a minimum of three months from May to August. Medical education applicants with 11 weeks available for summer research are eligible.
Biomedical Global Health Research Network Incentive Program
We are pleased to offer the Biomedical Global Health Research Network (BGHRN) incentive program through this competition. The incentive will provide one prize of $250 to the top successful applicant whose work relates to global health issues. Eligibility will be determined by BGHRN and WCHRI.
The 2018 competition closed February 2, 2018.
Application form and information
- 2018 Summer Studentship Program Guidelines
- 2018 Summer Studentship Program Application
- 2018 Grading Grid
Application information session
WCHRI hosted an application information session on January 12, 2018. Review the presentation slides.
For further information
Contact WCHRI grants administration at email@example.com.
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