Ernst & Young Graduate Bursary in Economics at Lakehead University, Canada 2012

The Economics program offers training in core economic theory courses as well as a number of field options. Most students opt for the non-thesis option (eight half courses plus extended research paper) given that it is the standard in most graduate economics programs in North America. Many students will take six courses during their first year (three in fall, three in winter); two courses in the fall of the second year and complete their extended paper in the winter of the second year.

Recipient must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant of Canada and must have lived in Ontario for at least twelve months in a row -Must be a full-time student in the Economics graduate program -Awarded based on financial need

Scholarship Deadline: 1 February 2012

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