Shastri Institute

New programs offering student work opportunities in Canada or India

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.

—Dana Roe