FUNDING + Scholarships


FKRM Graduate Scholarship Award

Five awards of appromimately $5,000 each

Elgibility:

  • A graduate student who is enrolling as a full-time student in the Master of Science (Kinesiology and Recreation) or the Master of Arts (Kinesiology and Recreation) program in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management at the University of Manitoba;
  • As an entering student, has achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.5 in the most recent 60 credit hours completed in their undergraduate program;
  • Student will be automatically considered for this award upon recommendation into the graduate program.


Ruth Asper Scholarship in Physical Education and Kinesiology Award

One award of approximately $7,000 per year, for two years

Eligibility: 

  • A graduate student who is enrolling as a full-time student in the Master of Science (Kinesiology and Recreation) or the Master of Arts (Kinesiology and Recreation) program in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management at the University of Manitoba;
  • As an entering student, has achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.5 in the most recent 60 credit hours completed in their undergraduate program;
  • Demonstrates a focus on the physical and/or psycho-social aspects of fitness and physical activity through research or thesis topic.

Deadline: November 1
Eligibility criteria and application process

 

FKRM Travel Award

Up to a maximum of six awards of $500 each, awarded annually

Eligibility:

  • Students must be enrolled in the Master of Science or the Master of Arts program in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management
    • OR have graduated within the past year from either program
    • OR enrolled in a Doctoral program with a principal supervisor who is a faculty member in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management;
  • The applicant must be presenting a paper or poster at a conference based on research conducted while a student in the faculty.

Completed applications should be forwarded to the Graduate Program Coordinator.


University of Manitoba and Faculty of Graduate Studies Funding and Scholarship Options

There are several ways to finance graduate studies at the University of Manitoba. The types of funding available are sometimes different for Canadian students and International students.

  • Manitoba Health Research Council ($17,850) The deadline is February 1 of each year. NSERC, SSHRC and CIHR have harmonized their master's awards into the Canada Graduate Scholarship Master's Program. Faculty deadline is mid-November.
 

 

 

 

MORE Information

For more information about funding and awards at the graduate level please consult the following Faculty of Graduate Studies web pages: