PhD in Anatomy & Neurobiology in Canada at Dal U




University Dalhousie University (Dal U)
Location: Halifax, Bible Hill, Nova Scotia, Canada
Type Public
Program Type Thesis-based
Program Delivary On campus
Language English
Program Duration 3-4 years
Students 20,380
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Detailed Information of PhD in Anatomy & Neurobiology in Canada at Dalhousie University

Program Overview for PhD in Anatomy & Neurobiology in Canada:

As one of Canada’s top 15 research universities, Dalhousie is an excellent choice for your doctoral studies. Not only will you be part of the broader research community, you will also benefit from being part of the Faculty of Medicine, home to over 345 medical researchers working on more than 845 innovative research projects.

Setting you up for a promising career:

Whether you are aiming for a career in academia or in a private research lab, our programs will provide you with:

  • a multidisciplinary background in neurobiology
  • in-depth research training in a particular aspect of neurobiology
  • opportunity to learn and teach human anatomy

The eligibility for PhD in Anatomy & Neurobiology in Canada for both domestic and international student is:

For PhD you need:

  • First-class thesis Master’s degree or its equivalent
  • Minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (B average) in the last 60 credit hours of study
  • Degree granted by university of recognized standing
  • Most candidates for admission to a doctoral program possess a Master's Degree. Direct entry to some programs is possible for those with exceptional academic standing

Choose a research supervisor:

Before you begin, you'll need to find a supervisor who is able to support your research interests and has the capacity to take on the added responsibility. This individual will be an important part of your supervisory committee. Start by checking out our faculty profiles, then get in touch with them directly.

Other Application Documents you need:

  1. Official Transcripts
  2. Letter of recommendation (2)
  3. Updated CV/Resume
  4. Statement of Purpose

N.B: Most universities have specific international admission requirements based on different education systems.

These are the test eligibilities for the PhD in Anatomy & Neurobiology to qualify.

The English Language Proficiency (ELP) requirements for PhD in Anatomy & Neurobiology in Canada: are:

N.B: ELP is not mandatory for all international students. You could apply without ELP if your previous degree's medium of instruction were in English. Students of Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia, for example, are not required to take the ELP test.

The scholarships available for the PhD in Anatomy & Neurobiology are:

The international student tuition fees and costs for PhD in Anatomy & Neurobiology in Canada.

Items Costs
Application Fees CA$115.00
Tuition Fees Click Tuition fee
Living Cost CA$10,800.00/year
(CA$900.00/month)
Student Earning CA$16,064.00/year
You will earn CA$16,064.00/year by working (20h/week * 4 weeks * 8 months * CAD 12.55/h) + (40h/week * 4 weeks * 4 months * CAD 12.55/h) at minimum wage of $12.55/hour.

The domestic student tuition fees and costs for PhD in Anatomy & Neurobiology in Canada.

Items Costs
Application Fees CA$115.00
Tuition Fees Click Tuition fee
Living Cost CA$10,800.00/year
(CA$900.00/month)
Student Earning CA$16,064.00/year
This is just an estimate. You don't have any work hour limit. You will earn CA$16,064.00/year by working (20h/week * 4 weeks * 8 months * CAD 12.55/h) + (40h/week * 4 weeks * 4 months * CAD 12.55/h) at minimum wage of $12.55/hour.

Stipends:

You will be supported by a standard stipend from the department if you have no external scholarship.

Scholarships:

Several government-funded scholarships are available. Should you win a scholarship, the department will top it up so that you receive the standard stipend amount for your year of study. For major scholarships that fund most of the stipend, the department will provide you with an additional $1,000 (MSc) or $2,000 (PhD) to award you for your success.

Other Scholarships are also available. 

Contact:

Graduate inquiry email: pauline.fraser@dal.ca

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