Other University of Toronto Awards for Planning Students

David Chu Travelling Scholarships in Asia-Pacific Studies

Awarded on the basis of undertaking research or study in the Asia-Pacific region. Financial need and academic merit will be considered. Graduate students must demonstrate financial need either by qualifying for the Ontario Student Awards Program (OSAP) or by submitting a Financial Needs Assessment Form. Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

Royal Bank Graduate Fellowships in Public and Economic Policy

Awarded as admission scholarships on the basis of undertaking research or study in the area of public and economic policy. Financial need and academic merit will be considered. Graduate students must demonstrate financial need either by qualifying for the Ontario Student Awards Program (OSAP) or by submitting a Financial Needs Assessment Form. Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

Associates of the University of Toronto Awards for Study of the United States: Awarded to graduate student undertaking research/study related to United States. Financial need and academic merit will both be considered. A one-page letter outlining student’s research/study proposal along with a Financial Needs Assessment Form should be submitted. A letter of support from U of T faculty is also required.

Andrea and Charles Bronfman Students Awards in Israeli Studies

Awarded to graduate student undertaking research or study in Israel. Financial and academic merit will both be considered. A one-page outline of travel plans and estimated costs, a letter of support from U of T faculty member must be submitted.

Walter and Mary Tuohy Award in Arts and Science

This award alternates on an annual basis between the graduates and the undergraduates. Financial need and academic merit will both be considered. A one-page outline of travel plans with a Financial Needs Assessment Form must be submitted. Also a one-page letter of support from U of T faculty is required.

Dr. Roman Turko and Yaroslawa Turko Scholarship in Ukrainian Studies

Awarded to graduate student undertaking study or research related to Ukraine. Financial need and academic merit will both be considered. A one page letter outlining research/study proposal should be submitted along with a one page letter of support from U of T faculty.