New opportunities for UWindsor students with concentrations in social sciences and humanities, arts, commerce and management, and STEM are being accepted for grants, fellowships, and programs by the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute.
The institute operates in two directions:
- as a financial support system for academic and research programs and
- as a bi-national network of leading academic institutions generating the collaborations between Canada and India.
Its programs reflect priority areas such as marine sciences, sustainable habitat, and nano-technology hardware. Find details on the 2019-20 programs, including instructions for filling applications forms, on the institute’s website.
Applicants must be a citizen or permanent resident of either Canada or India.