Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship (AGES) recognizes academically outstanding students pursuing graduate studies at the University of Alberta(UAlberta). The scholarship applies to both masters and doctoral programs at UAlberta.
Academic transcripts, CV, Research proposal and departmental appraisal letter will be taken into consideration while making the final decision regarding Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship (AGES).
|Scholarship Type||Merit-Based, College-Specific|
|Organization||University of Alberta|
|No. of Scholarships||N/A|
|Renewability||One Time Payment|
|International Students Eligible||Yes|
|Scholarship Website Link||https://www.ualberta.ca/graduate-studies/awards-and-funding/scholarships/ages|
To secure the Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship (AGES), students must meet the eligibility requirements mentioned below:
Qualifying students, students on academic probation, or students registered in cost-recovery programs are ineligible.
Students must complete the AGES Student Declaration form to their respective departments within the internal department deadline. Other required documents are listed below:
The department then nominates students to Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR) by submitting through GSMS Awards Portal.
After nominations are received by FGSR at the University of Alberta, next comes the selection process for Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship (AGES).
FGSR will verify the nominee’s eligibility and evaluate their declaration form.
Selected students will then be notified directly by FGSR.
Students who wish to continue their studies in Canada at UAlberta with some financial help can apply for this scholarship. Students must be registered under a masters or doctoral program at UAlberta.
Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship (AGES) offers 12,000 CAD to the recipients
Other scholarships offered by the University of Alberta are the University of Alberta Graduate Fellowship, Alberta Andrew Stewart Prize, UAlberta Master’s Entrance Scholarship, etc.