Guy Drummond Fellowships in Political Science

Endowed by the late Guy M. Drummond, killed in action in 1915, to encourage study in France. Awarded on recommendation of the Department of Political Science, taking into account the students' academic record, the likelihood that they will make a contribution of value to Canadian life, and their attainment in French, adequate to fulfil the object of the endowment, as recognized by the Department of French Language and Literature. Preference will be given to graduating honours students in Political Science or joint honours in Economics and Political Science, for two years of Masters study divided between Paris and McGill. One year fellowships may also be offered as entrance awards to Masters or Ph.D. students in Political Science intending to carry out graduate work related to France, or for continuing students to support a year in France as part of the graduate program.

The value of the two year fellowship is $6,000 for a year of study at McGill and up to $10,000 for a year of study in Paris; an award for one year will have the value appropriate to either McGill or France. Fellowship recipients shall study at an approved university or institute in Paris.

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