Master of Science in Forestry (MSc)
Certification of community forestry regimes in Tanzania: Exploring the potentials of Forest Stewardship Council group certification scheme.
The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program is a global initiative to educate and develop next-generation leaders from Africa who will contribute to social and economic progress. Over a ten-year period the initiative will fund 35 master's students in selected graduate degree programs.
The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program at UBC for graduate students is open to applicants who have completed a Bachelor’s Degree and are a citizen of and have lived a significant part of their life in a Sub-Saharan African country. In addition, applicants must be a person who requires a Canadian study permit to study in Canada and commit to returning to Africa immediately after graduation from UBC in order to apply their training and skills to the betterment of others. Please note that Convention refugees and students intending to become landed immigrants to Canada are not eligible for consideration for this award.
Only students applying to a Master’s degree in one of the following Faculties and programs at UBC’s Vancouver campus can be considered:
Sauder School of Business
Faculty of Forestry
Faculty of Land and Food Systems
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Science
UBC Mastercard Foundation Scholarship applications for 2019-2020 are now officially OPEN. Please follow the application procedures at: http://mcfscholars.ubc.ca/apply/graduate/
Please take note of the key steps and deadlines below:
Step 1: Admissibility Submission:
Step 2: Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program Application November 16, 2018
Step 3: UBC Faculty Applications:
These dates may vary from those posted on faculty websites. Please note that if you are applying for the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at UBC, you must submit all your documents by the dates requested above.