Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarships


The process to apply for an NSERC CGS-M Scholarship has changed this year.   Applications will be submitted directly to NSERC via their on-line system.  The University of Toronto has been allocated 110 such awards. We do not know yet how many of these will be assigned to our department.

We expect all domestic graduate students who qualify to apply.

Below is some information, but more detailed information is available at .:



– be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada

– be enrolled in or intend to be enrolled in a full-time graduate program  at the master’s or doctoral level (1st year) in 2014-15

– have completed, as of December 31, 2013, between 0 and 12 months of  full-time studies in a graduate program

– not have previously held a CGS M award

– have achieved a first-class average (3.7 GPA or A-), in each of the  last two completed years of study (full-time equivalent)



– When completing a CGS-M application, students may select up to 5 separate  universities (one graduate department per university) where they intend  to pursue graduate studies and hold the award. Once completed and submitted online,
the entire application will be available to all the  proposed universities.

– Applicants must complete and submit the online application using the  Research Portal (

– Students should refer to the CGS-M application instructions  (

– In addition, the Canadian Common CV  ( must be completed and  uploaded to the CGS-M application



– Completed the 3 part online application: 1. Identification,  2. Summary of Proposal, 3. Activity Details

– Outline of proposed research (as PDF attachment)

– Canadian Common CV (as PDF attachment)

– All official academic transcripts, including transcripts showing fall 2013 registration (as PDF attachment)

– Completed Reference Assessments (two) – invitation initiated and form completed electronically, also by the deadline of December 1, 2013


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ida in the Math Graduate Office.


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