Below you will find a list of available travel grants, fellowships, and scholarships open to Daniels students. Travel grants, fellowships, and scholarships are an excellent way to fund your research, travel to sites of interest to you, and gain experience researching in new and exciting locations. Descriptions of the grant/scholarship eligibility requirements can be found below.
The following travel awards require applications that are reviewed by the Daniels Faculty Awards Committee.
Applicants must be in good academic standing. All these travel awards are in-course awards, and are not graduating awards. Recipients must be registered in their Daniels degree program in the 2020-21 academic year.
The application deadline for the 2019-20 academic year is Mon, March 2, 2020, 9am Toronto time. The online application will be available in early February 2020.
The following travel awards are by application through the Daniels Graduate Travel Grant program.
Application Deadline: The deadline for the 2019-20 academic year is Mon, March 2, 2020, 9am Toronto time.
Application: see the Graduate Travel Grant information (click on the Grants & Emergency Funding link on the right-hand side, and scroll down).
Harry B. Kohl Award - Awarded to a senior student concluding the second or third year of the Master of Architecture program to attend a conference related to architectural practice or education who has demonstrated his or her capacity to represent the school effectively.
These awards are tenable at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto. Selected awards are funded by private donor(s) who wish to receive limited information about the award recipient(s). In applying for this award, please be advised that the Faculty may provide your name, selected biographical and/or academic information to the donor(s) of this award.
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