Improved methods for forecasting, assessing, mitigating and mapping snow avalanche risks.
Students with degrees in engineering or the physical sciences and a GPA of at least 3.0 out of 4.0 who are interested in pursuing graduate studies on topics related to snow stability and avalanches
For all official correspondence including references and information on application details, please contact
-Civil Engineering: Ms. Julie Nagy Kovacs email@example.com.
-Geoscience: Ms. Cathy Hubbell firstname.lastname@example.org.
While the research grants and department may be able to provide financial support, applicants are encouraged to seek other sources of financial support, including those described at the Faculty of Graduate Studies web page. This web page also includes information on:
-applying for graduate school
It is important to apply early for scholarships. For example, NSERC's deadline for postgraduate scholarships for September admission is typically in October of the previous year.
Funding from various sources should total at least $20,000 per year. However, students are required to pay tuition and other fees, which can exceed $5000 from their funding. Most of past students have been funded by Bruce Jamieson's research grants.
01 Feb 2010
08 Oct 2009
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