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PRESS RELEASE – The Canadian Government is offering scholarships to Francophonie member states. Candidates desirous of pursuing studies at universities in Canada, commencing the academic year September 2015 are urged to apply.
Scholarships will be awarded at the following levels:
-Doctoral level scholarships (four years full-time)
-Post doctoral studies (not exceeding a period of 10 months)
-Masters Degrees (two years full-time)
-Technical and professional training scholarships at universities and colleges in Canada (two years full-time)
-Short-term training scholarships (of a 4 to 12 months period) to strengthen competencies aimed at improvement/ upgrading key personnel at various institutions
-Applicants for all levels of study MUST be fluent in French language; both oral and written
-Applicants for the Doctoral Degree MUST possess Masters Degree
-Applicants for Masters Degree MUST possess a Bachelors Degree
-Area of study MUST be on the Government of Saint Lucia Approved Areas for National Training
The scholarship will be granted for one year and renewed on a yearly basis, until completion of the programme of studies.
Interested applicants are invited to collect the Government of Saint Lucia Scholarship Application forms from the Department of Human Resource Development, 3rd Floor Francis Compton Building Waterfront Castries or Contact the department at telephone numbers 468-5229/3296/5438.
The deadline for submission of application forms in November 19, 2014.
No application will be received after the deadline.
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