Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Application

This application form is for the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship, and is open to students who wish to intern or conduct research in Commonwealth countries for a minimum of 90 days. The award selection committee endeavours to match the best applicant to the award, based on the criteria of the award.

Award Selection & Eligibility

This application is for Summer 2018 scholarships.

Applicant Information
Scholarship Selection

If you wish to apply for the Establishing Right Relations Scholarship or the Immunology Scholarship, please visit the Trinity College website.

Which scholarship are you applying for? Please select all the opportunities you wish to apply for. *

* If you wish to apply for more than one QES opportunity from the options you see below, please submit just one application online, and email separate personal statements/cover letters to aziza.virani [at] utoronto.ca

OUTBOUND SCHOLARS: Application Requirements & Documentation

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL QUEEN ELIZABETH SCHOLAR APPLICANTS MUST REGISTERED IN A FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE OR GRADUATE PROGRAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO.

In order to complete your application for a Queen Elizabeth Scholarship, please submit the following application documents:

  • A Resumé
  • A Letter of Recommendation from a graduate or undergraduate supervisor
  • An unofficial transcript
  • A brief essay (no more than 500 words) outlining the reasons for applying to the scholarship. Please see below for more information.

Please provide a brief essay or statement (no more than 500 words) outlining your reasons for applying to this particular scholarship. (Copy and paste your essay in the box below.)

What academic, cultural and personal experiences have you had that are relevant to the objectives of the position and organization you hope to intern with? How have these experiences prepared you for the challenges that come with working in this particular area?

Please take a look at the position description to help inform your statement (all descriptions should be linked PDF forms on the QES website). For descriptions of the Mary Ward Development Centre and the Ubumwe Community Center opportunities, please contact aziza.virani [at] utoronto.ca. Please comment on any relevant work, research and/or international experiences you feel make you a great fit for the program, alongside your strengths and skills. You can also draw on your knowledge or interest in the relevant cultural, social and historical context of the program you are applying to, in order to flesh out your statement.

Please upload the required documents here:
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: txt pdf doc docx.
Please either upload your Letter of Recommendation, or, have your referee email it to aziza.virani@utoronto.ca.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: txt pdf doc docx.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: txt pdf doc docx.
Declaration
  • I hereby certify that the information provided on this application is, to the best of my knowledge, true and complete; and

  • I authorize the release of the information contained herein to the appropriate award selection committee.

Further, I understand that the award selection committee will review the information and have access to my academic record. 

Private donors who wish to receive limited information about the recipient fund some of these awards.  The information we release could be general, biographical and/or academic in nature.

If you indicate “No”, you will not be considered for this scholarship.
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