Albert Tucker Award in British Graduate History, Canada

The Albert Tucker Award in British History will be given annually to one or more doctoral students for the purpose of advancing their research on their dissertation. The grant is to be used for travel, accommodation and meals abroad; conference travel is explicitly excluded. Candidates must be beyond the comprehensive examination stage of their studies and registered as full-time students at the time they apply for this award. To be considered, applicants must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need. Normally, this award may only be held once and the recipient may hold this fellowship in conjunction with other awards.
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See also

Alan Grant Bursary, Canada

Al and Laurie Monaco and Enbridge Inc. Scholarship, Canada

Al and Laurie Monaco and Enbridge Inc. Scholarship, Canada

Ahrens Scholarship, Canada

Adrienne and Donna Pocock Memorial Award, Canada

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