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ADMISSION CRITERIA AND APPLICATION PROCESS FOR THE INTERDISCIPLINARY PHD PROGRAM DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY
 

Summary: ADMISSION CRITERIA AND APPLICATION PROCESS FOR THE
INTERDISCIPLINARY PHD PROGRAM DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY
There are two admission periods for the ID PhD program: October 1 and February 1.
[N.B. Students who wish to apply for awards such as the Eliza Ritchie or Killam
Scholarships must take into consideration the deadline for application of the awards
when planning their application to ID PhD. For example, applicants to Eliza Ritchie
must have been accepted into a doctoral program by March 15; therefore, students
applying to ID PhD who wish to apply for Eliza Ritchie must have applied to ID PhD by
the previous October 1 admissions deadline. Decisions for February 1 applications will
not be determined in time for the March 15 Eliza Ritchie deadline. Similarly, any tri-
council scholarships deadlines, such as for NSERC, CIHR, SSHRC, Killam, must be
taken into account before applying to ID PhD. It is the applicant's responsibility to
ensure all deadlines are met. Information on awards can be found at the Faculty of
Graduate Studies website: http://dalgrad.dal.ca/prospectivestudents/funding/]
The admissions procedure for the Interdisciplinary PhD Program (IDPhD) has four
stages. Each of the application stages is carried out in sequence. Documents are due as
indicated below. If the dates fall on a weekend, documents are due the Monday
immediately following.
STAGE 1: Assessment of Academic Preparedness - required documents due no later than
4:00 pm on October 1 or February 1 and the application fee must have been paid.

  

Source: Adl, Sina - Department of Biology, Dalhousie University

 

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