Call for Applications for Sustainable Engineering in Remote Communities (SERA) Graduate and Undergraduate Awards

//Call for Applications for Sustainable Engineering in Remote Communities (SERA) Graduate and Undergraduate Awards

Call for Applications for Sustainable Engineering in Remote Communities (SERA) Graduate and Undergraduate Awards

The NSERC CREATE Training Program on Sustainable Engineering in Remote Areas (SERA) is targeted at graduate students and undergraduate Aboriginal students with an interest in renewable energy systems or sustainable and energy efficient buildings. Graduate students must be enrolled at one of the four participating institutions (Queen’s University, University of Manitoba, University of Ottawa and the Royal Military College of Canada) at the time of taking up the award. Undergraduate students from any institution may apply but they must hold their awards at one of the four institutions. Graduates of the SERA program will be well‐equipped to become leaders in their fields as a result of the unique training they will receive through seminars and workshops, high‐level research projects, industry internships and first hand visits to remote Indigenous communities. All applications must be received no later than 4:30 pm EST on March 3rd 2018.

See the full Call for Applications, 2018, here.

Ready to apply? Click here for the application procedure

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