Funding Applications

Have you viewed the Funding Workshop presentation yet? If not, please download it before filling out the application form.

Applications that do not fulfill all GPSC requirements as listed in the Mandatory PowerPoint Workshop presentation will be rejected immediately.

Applications must be submitted 5 weeks (35 days) before the date of travel/research.


Types of Funding


Conference Funding

Active participation in an event, such as presenting a paper or poster presentation and the primary goal is to fund one student per presentation.

Research Funding

Main purpose is to help students to conduct their research endeavors. Needs M2 or D2/D3 approved by UGS, or official documentation providing that the student will in fact be conducting research.

Professional Development

Professional development funding will allow students to attend various event. Non- presenting authors, workshop/seminar participants, etc. Sample of eligible events are: public speaking and grant writing workshops, pedagogical seminars.

For detail information on each of the funding categories, please review the mandatory PowerPoint Workshop.



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