This supplement program is available to you only if you are awarded an Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship, an NSERC Postgraduate Scholarship-Doctoral or an Industrial Postgraduate Scholarship.
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The purpose of the atmospheric and meteorological graduate supplement is to:
At the time you apply for a scholarship supplement, you must be studying or planning to study atmospheric or meteorological sciences in a recognized program at a Canadian university. At the end of each year of tenure, you will be required to provide a brief progress report to Environment Canada.
These supplements provide financial support to high-calibre students working towards a master's or doctoral degree in atmospheric or meteorological sciences, or related fields. Environment Canada offers a maximum of five supplements annually.
If you are a successful applicant, Environment Canada will supplement your NSERC scholarship by $5,000, provided you hold a scholarship and continue to conduct research in the atmospheric or meteorological sciences.
To be considered for this supplement, you must submit the following by June 1 of the year in which you are awarded your scholarship:
Send this application package directly to the address listed below.
For more information about the research that is being conducted at Environment Canada, visit the following websites:
A special committee of atmospheric and meteorological researchers will review the applications and recommend the eligible applicants it considers to have the best qualifications.
Environment Canada will choose the successful applicants and announce the results within two months of the application deadline.
Environment Canada is responsible for releasing the award supplements. It must also ensure that the recipients of the supplements continue to hold a scholarship and meet the other requirements of these graduate supplements.
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