PolicyNet scholarship program is designed to support students’ academic achievement and creativity with two awards of US$1,500 to the successful student or student team that researches, writes and publishes a paper using the PolicyNet network over the coming year.
A scholarship community has been created within PolicyNet where students can register for the program, meet research partners, find resources, and publish their papers.
Judges will use the community to assess and comment on submissions.
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•All participants must be members of participating PolicyNet school communities (Click here to join your school community). If you are already a member of a PolicyNet School community but have forgotten your password, click here.
•Students can work in teams or individually
•Teams may include both undergraduate and graduate students.
•Papers must be written in English.
•Each paper must be a minimum of 1500 words in length and must be on a topic that fits the PolicyNet Scholarship theme.
•Students will be required to show the use of PolicyNet communities for the duration of their research, writing, and editing process.
•All papers will be published on PolicyNet and the IGLOO Library under the Creative Commons License – Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada.
Information on the Gates Millennium Scholarships can be found here
Two prizes will be awarded, each consisting of US$1,500 awarded to the author or to be distributed equally among members of the team, if the paper is written collaboratively. The judges reserve the right to withhold the award if the desired standard is not reached.
If you would like to read something unusual, we recommend this 10 Unusual Bursaries report on the Telegraph website.
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