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Augustine Fitzgerald Fellowship

  • Established by Sybil Mary Winifred Fitzgerald of London, England.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of French. The recipient must be a Canadian born, English speaking student whose native tongue is not French; must demonstrate proficiency in the study of French language or literature; and must undertake to do further study or research in French language or literature at the University of Toronto or elsewhere.

Department of French Graduate Scholarships

  • Established by the Estate of Charles Edward Saunders and the Department of French and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of French. (OSOTF

Department of French Student Award

  • Established by the Faculty of Arts & Science.
  • It is awarded to graduate students enrolled in a graduate program offered by the Department of French.

Doctoral Thesis Prize in French

  • Established by Mrs. David W. Nicholls of Westmount, Quebec.
  • It is awarded to a doctoral candidate who submits the best PhD thesis in the Department of French.

French Graduate Excellence Awards I & II

  • Established by various donors.
  • Two awards to incoming MA students in the Department of French, one in literature and one in linguistics, on the basis of academic merit;
  • And two awards to incoming first year PhD students in the Department of French, one in literature and one in linguistics, on the basis of academic merit.

Katie Keeler French Language Fellowships

  • Established by the Estate of Katie Keeler.
  • It is awarded to graduate students who are pursuing a program of study related to the French language.

Renee Neveren Lyons Scholarships in French

  • Established by the Estate of Renee Lyons and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to graduate student enrolled in the Department of French.

Scace Graduate Fellowship in French

  • Established by Arthur and Susan Scace and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to full-time graduate students in the Department of French. The award can be held for a maximum of four years, of which up to two years can be at the Master’s level. (OSOTF

Trenwith and Galipeau French Linguistics Fellowship

  • Established by John Galipeau.
  • It is awarded to graduate student studying French linguistics on the basis of academic merit, where financial need may also be considered.