QUEEN ELIZABETH II DIAMOND JUBILEE GRADUATE
SCHOLARSHIPS at EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY OF ART + DESIGN
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to engage with partner institutions in the UK and New Zealand through research and public engagement opportunities (symposia, presentation, lecture, performance) during their study period. Students selected for this scholarship program will be named “Queen Elizabeth Scholars” and will join a global community of Queen Elizabeth Scholars to share knowledge, exchange ideas, and collaborate on meaningful initiatives.
About Emily Carr University of Art + Design
One of only four independent post-secondary art institutions in Canada, Emily Carr’s mission is to develop informed artists, designers and media practitioners who can contribute their creative output and research to Canada’s creative economy, knowledge and culture. A multidisciplinary university, Emily Carr offers an environment where artists, designers, technologists, researchers and educators interact and collaborate on projects and programs of limitless creative scope. These activities foster a cross-fertilization or transfer of specialist knowledge and practices that contribute to shaping art, design and technology products and services.
Emily Carr’s Graduate Program
Graduate Studies at Emily Carr offers a climate for creativity for you to take risks, think unconventionally, foster change and meaningfully engage in the cultural and creative industries. We offer a Master of Design and a Master of Applied Arts program. http://www.ecuad.ca/admissions/graduate
• Scholars must be 35 years of age or under at time of application.
• Scholars must be Commonwealth country citizens (but not Canadian).
Anyone who has applied for Canadian citizenship or for permanent residency is not eligible.
• Scholars must agree to return to their home country and sign a form to this
effect as part of their acceptance of the award.
• Scholars must be proficient in English.
• Scholars must participate in community engagement activities in Canada
during their study.
• Applicants must be of indigenous ancestry from New Zealand.
• Applicants must have completed their Undergraduate degree prior to September 2016.
The scholarships will be awarded for up to two years of a master’s degree in Applied Art or Design. Scholars must be in good academic standing in order for the award to be renewed the following year.
Study Permits + VISAS For International Students
You will need a valid study permit to live and study in Canada. For more information on study permits and to find out whether you require a visitor visa to enter Canada, please visit: cic.gc.ca/english/study/study.asp
For more information and applications please contact:
Brenda Crabtree, Aboriginal Program Manager
Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada firstname.lastname@example.org 604 844 3088
Deadline for Application: January 15, 2016