Carol Lee Price Scholarships: funding for female international students pursing and MA in Philosophy of Logic and Mathematics or Ancient Philosophy.
Carol Lee Price Scholarships are intended to attract and support women pursuing graduate studies in philosophy at Concordia University (Montreal). Applicants should work on ancient philosophy or logic and philosophy of mathematics. They must be international students. Each scholarship is worth $32,450 CAD; up to two are awarded each year.
The Carol Lee Price MA Scholarship in Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics:
Applicants shall have obtained a BA in Philosophy with high distinction and at least 21 credits (7 courses), or the equivalent in the country of origin, in Mathematics, or a BA in Mathematics with high distinction and at least 21 credits, or the equivalent in their country of origin, in Philosophy. Acceptable research area topics for the MA are Logic, History and Philosophy of Logic, or Philosophy of Mathematics.
The Carol Lee Price MA Scholarship in Ancient Philosophy:
Applicants shall have obtained a BA in Classics with high distinction and at least 21 credits (7 courses), or the equivalent in the country of origin, in Philosophy, or a BA in Philosophy with at least 21 credits, or the equivalent in the country of origin in Classics. Since study of texts in the original languages is required, applicants are expected to know ancient Greek or Latin. Preference will be given to those who know both languages.
Applications for the Carol Lee Price Scholarships should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org the following items:
(1) Writing Sample. 2,500-3,750 words.
(2) Three letters of reference.
(3) A research project where the applicant outlines a project for her MA.
(4) A letter of purpose, which should not duplicate the research project but rather add some information about the applicants academic background, language skills, etc.
(5) Transcripts. Unofficial transcripts suffice for the application. Official transcripts will be needed when entering the MA problem.
(6) Curriculum vitae.
(7) Proof of proficiency in English. Any of the following will do: TOEFL (minimum in iBT: 90 and no part under 20); IELTS (minimum: 6.5 and no part under 6.5); PTE (minimum: 61 and no part under 53); CAEL (minimum: 70); CAE (minimum: A or 190); CPE (minimum: C).
Deadline for Applications: February 1, together with the regular admissions application.
For additional information, please contact our Graduate Program Director, Department of Philosophy, Concordia University, Montreal, at email@example.com.