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2024 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS

DEADLINE: JANUARY 2024


The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at the University of Toronto (U of T) is a fully funded scholarship program for graduate studies at Canada’s leading institution of learning, discovery, and knowledge creation. U of T is proud to be one of the world’s top research-intensive universities, driven to invent and innovate.


Prospective scholars will develop their capacity and networks to engage in diverse healthcare professions and healthcare ecosystems in Africa. Upon completion of the program, it’s expected that Scholars will return to their home countries and engage in self-employment or work in a range of health-related professions to advance the health outcomes within their countries upon completion.


ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Established in 1827, the University of Toronto has one of the strongest research and teaching faculties in North America and consistently ranks among the top universities in the world.(opens in a new tab) U of T attracts top faculty and students, providing an intellectual environment that is unmatched in depth and breadth by any other Canadian campus.


To learn more about U of T, visit the Future U of T website(opens in a new tab).

SCHOLARSHIP BENEFITS

Scholars in the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at U of T are provided with full financial assistance for tuition, travel expenses to Canada (including obtaining a passport, visa application fees), housing, course materials, health insurance, laptop, food, books, and other expenses for the duration of their graduate degrees.


AREAS OF STUDY

In 2023/2024, they will be accepting applications to one of the following areas:

  • Master of Health Informatics(opens in a new tab)

  • Master of Health Administration(opens in a new tab)

  • Master of Occupational and Environmental Health(opens in a new tab)

  • Master of Social and Behavioural Health Sciences(opens in a new tab)

  • Master of Health Administration(opens in a new tab)

  • Master of Financial Insurance(opens in a new tab)

  • Master of Engineering (Biomedical)(opens in a new tab)

  • Master of Biotechnology(opens in a new tab)

The University of Toronto (U of T) is collaborating with eight leading African universities to support their efforts to train and prepare young professionals for the meaningful work of growing African health sectors, with an emphasis on employment opportunities for women.


The African Higher Education Health Collaborative partners include:

  • Addis Ababa University(opens in a new tab)

  • Ashesi University(opens in a new tab)

  • African Institute for Mathematical Sciences(opens in a new tab)

  • African Leadership University (opens in a new tab)

  • Amref International University/Amref Health Africa(opens in a new tab)

  • Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology(opens in a new tab)

  • Moi University(opens in a new tab)

  • University of Cape Town


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