Call for Applications: UBC Affiliated Fellowships & Tri-Agency Canada Graduate Scholarships – Master’s – Deadline: December 2, 2019

UBC Affiliated Fellowships-Master’s

The UBC Affiliated Fellowships Master’s competition runs in concert with the Canada Graduate Scholarships-Master’s (CGS-M; see below) competition. Approximately 50 fellowship with values ranging from $175 to $16,000 are offered through this competition. Current and prospective full-time UBC graduate students can apply regardless of citizenship or visa status.

Detailed Affiliated Fellowships-Master competition information with links to application and reference forms is available at:

Note that students who are eligible for NSERC CGS-M must submit a CGS-M application instead. Students who submit an NSERC application are eligible for open Affiliated Fellowships and do not need to submit a separate Affiliated Fellowships application, instead students should submit this checklist to

Deadlines for Affiliated Fellowships Master’s Competitions


Tri-Agency Canada Graduate Scholarships-Master’s (CGS-M)

Applicants for Tri-Agency CGS-M competition must be domestic students (citizen or PR) who are applying for or enrolled in graduate studies anywhere in Canada. Each applicant can apply to up to 3 universities with the same application. To be considered for a CGS-M at UBC, they must select The University of British Columbia as one of the 3 available institutions.

Details about this award opportunity, including eligibility and evaluation criteria, are available at and our site at

Students who apply for CGS-M awards will automatically be considered for open Affiliated Fellowships. To be considered for criteria-based affiliated fellowship, students should also fill out and submit the checklist available at to

UBC Deadlines for the Tri-Agency CGS-M
  • Application deadline to NSERC Portal: 5 PM on Monday, 2 December 2019

Tips for submitting an NSERC CGS-M application:

  • It would be great if applicants used the same email as their portal login as in eVision or SIS. This is absolutely not a requirement, but it helps route the applications to correct programs quicker.