Canadian citizens, permanent residents an foreign students can apply for admission to the AgroPhytoSciences program.
Graduate students are required to undertake a research project under the supervision of one of the AgroPhytoSciences researchers. Thus, the first step is to find a supervisor whose research projects fit with your area of interest and who commits to take you as a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow in his/her laboratory.
The student must be co-supervised by AgroPhytoSciences researchers and collaborators and the proposed research project should fall within AgroPhytoSciences targeted research areas:
- Axis 1 Phytoprotection
- Axis 2 Plant breeding and molecular biology
- Axis 3 Production systems and environmental sciences
- Axis 4 Socio-economic aspects of plant production
AgroPhytoSciences Scholarship Program
Two competitions are held each year.
Application deadline for the 1st competition: March 1
Application deadline for the 2nd competition: September 1
The following criteria will be considered by the selection committee:
- Excellence of academic record
- Relevant experience
- Commitment to meet the program requirements
- Enrollement in an eligible graduate program at one of the partner universities
- Reference letters
If you are interested in the AgroPhytoSciences training program and/or scholarship program and would like more information, please complete and submit the form below.