Financial Aid and Awards

Several awards and scholarships are given each year to students who achieve high standing in a French program at the University of Manitoba (it is not necessary to apply, but certain awards carry conditions).


Marcel Richard Graduate Award
- for academic achievement and evidence of ability to do scholarly research in French at the graduate level
- to be offered annually to a student or students who have been admitted to pursue graduate studies in French at the M.A. or Ph.D. level
- approximate value of award:  $13,900 (M.A.) and $17,900 (Ph.D.)

Dr. Anita K. Ross Fellowship in French
- for a student pursuing either a Masters or a Ph.D. degree in French language or literature
- approximate value of award:  $5,000

Margaret R. Pope Scholarship
- for academic merit in French at either Masters or Doctoral level
- approximate value of award:  $2,750

Joan Kennett Memorial Award
- for achievement at a high level in graduate studies in French
- approximate value of award:  $1,000

Université de Saint-Boniface
- for a FT student with high academic standing who is undertaking or has proposed to undertake thesis research in French language literature
- approximate value of award:  $1,275


International Graduate Student Entrance Scholarship (IGSES) 

International Graduate Student Scholarship (IGSS)

University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship (UMGF) 

Sir Gordon Wu Graduate Student Scholarships

University of Manitoba Graduate Student Association (UMGSA) Student Award

Bourses de doctorat du Programme de bourses d'études supérieures du Canada Joseph-Armand-Bombardier et bourses de doctorat du CRSH (Conseil de recherche en science humaines du Canada)

Bourses d'études supérieures du Canada Vanier

Bourses doctorales de la Fondation Pierre Elliott Trudeau

Bourses de recherche du Conseil de la vie française en Amérique (CVFA)

Subventions du Centre canadien de recherche sur les francophones en milieu minoritaire (CRFM)

Marcel Richard
Lecturer, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor of French (1924-1966)
(The University of Manitoba Archives)