Dorothy Dallas PhD Scholarship – French Studies The University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada

Dorothy Dallas PhD Scholarship – French Studies

The University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada

The Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies is looking to fund 1 PhD student in 17th- or 18th-Century French Studies through the Dorothy Dallas Scholarship, to start in September 2021 or January 2022.

The Dorothy Dallas Scholarship is available for graduate students in 17th- or 18th-Century French Literature and Culture. Our graduate program in French Studies delves into the languages, literatures, and cultures of Québec, France, and the Francophone world in an environment that celebrates intellectual curiosity and freedom of inquiry. The department’s hands-on approach to mentorship and vibrant community are frequently cited as contributing factors to the success of our graduate students.

Funding packages start at $22,000 per year for four years. A Teaching Assistantship is offered to all PhD students for five years. Moreover, there is a wide array of additional opportunities for financial aid from departmental, university, and external sources. The department is proud to support research development through its biennial Graduate Student Conference and annual Graduate Student Symposium that allow graduate students to share research with the academic community, network with their peers, and plan large-scale academic events. In addition, the Colloque en études francophones de la côte pacifique (CEFCP) brings together every year the graduate students from UBC and two other local institutions: Simon Fraser University and the University of Victoria.

Doctoral students must satisfactorily complete course work, doctoral examinations, a PhD proposal, and write and defend a dissertation.

Deadline:28 Feb 2021


  • 17th-Century French Literature and Culture
  • 18th-Century French Literature and Culture

For more information, please visit the following webpage: .

Interested applicants should contact the Graduate Advisor, Dr. Kim Beauchesne, at .

This posting is for the UBC Vancouver campus in British Columbia, Canada.

Please refer to reference number EU-54857 during correspondence about this position.

To express interest and initiate contact to the principal investigator applicants are encouraged to follow the instructions as provided in the position description or to submit an enquiry form on the position posting . Please note that shortlisted candidates will have to complete an online application to the University of British Columbia and gain admission as a graduate student to the university.

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Doctoral studies at UBC Vancouver
UBC is a public university with a comprehensive program offering – covering all major academic disciplines and degree levels, with both research- and course-based program options. More than 50,000 students attend UBC Vancouver. As a PhD student at UBC Vancouver you’ll be part of a diverse community of over 3,600 doctoral scholars at an institution that recognises and rewards the significant contributions of doctoral research. UBC is at the forefront of responding to and building on the extraordinary changes happening in our societies and our world, through reimagining approaches to research graduate education and exploring flexible methodologies for learners to develop needed expertise. UBC’s Public Scholars Initiative for example is a pioneering program designed to encourage and support doctoral students to reimagine the PhD, contribute to the public good, and with their doctoral work rise to the challenges that increasingly define our times.

At UBC, you will be supported with a range of professional development workshops and services, and we’ll partner with you to ensure you have a graduate game plan for academic and professional success.

You are encouraged to review the awards and scholarship database to determine funding opportunities for your doctoral degree. UBC Vancouver guarantees a minimum of CAD $18,000 of funding to eligible students for your first four years of PhD study with many programs offering higher funding packages. Funding highly varies by program and will be commensurate with qualifications, experience and awards secured. Most international students benefit from the International Tuition Award and PhD students usually qualify for the President’s Academic Excellence Initiative PhD Award .

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