Top postdoctoral applicants from all over the world who will significantly improve the country’s social, economic, and scientific growth are eligible for financing under the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program.
|Host Institute||Various Institutes in Canada|
|Scholarship Value||$70,000/year ($140,000 in total)|
|Eligible Nationality||Canadian and International|
|No. of Scholarship||70|
|Deadline||20 September 2023 (20:00 EDT)|
The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program, which is supported by the Canadian government, is jointly administered by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program, a distinguished and very competitive fellowship program, aims to attract and retain the top postdoctoral talent from all over the world. the enhancement of postdoctoral talent’s leadership potential and the preparation of these individuals for success as future national and international research leaders.
The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program is recognized as a fantastic option for postdoctoral researchers wishing to develop their research and leadership skills in Canada. In addition to receiving $70,000 per year for two years as part of the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program, fellows are free to carry out their research at any Canadian institution or connected research institute.
Citizenship and the host institution’s location
- Applicants may be foreign nationals, Canadian citizens, or lawful permanent residents of Canada.
- Candidates who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents and who obtained their Ph.D., PhD-equivalent, or health professional degree from a foreign university are only eligible to hold the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship at a Canadian institution.
- The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship may be held at a Canadian institution or an institution outside of Canada by candidates who hold a Ph.D., PhD-equivalent, or health professional degree from a Canadian university and who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada.
The window of eligibility for degree completion
For applicants to the 2023–24 Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program, they must meet or have completed all prerequisites for a Ph.D., PhD-equivalent, or health professional degree:
between September 15, 2020, and September 30, 2024 (inclusive), prior to the start date of their award.
Those who have not finished all of their degree requirements at the time of application must do so by October 15, 2024.
For applicants with more than one of these degrees, the qualifying window solely pertains to the most recent Ph.D., PhD-equivalent, or health professional degree.
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Eligibility of the host institution
- A Banting postdoctoral researcher may be hosted by universities in Canada and overseas, connected research hospitals, colleges, and not-for-profit organizations with a strong research mandate and capacity.
- All Canadian levels of government and for-profit companies are ineligible to act as host institutions.
- Questions about institutional eligibility should be sent to the Vanier-Banting Secretariat well before the submission date.
How to apply for the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships Program
Before starting the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships application process, applicants are recommended to thoroughly read the Application Guide. The candidate must finish the following actions in order to apply:
- Make sure you’re eligible
- Make contact with your preferred host organization or manager.
- Make sure you have the following before registering, or click one of the links below:
- ResearchNet account: ResearchNet account is a web-based application tool and grant opportunity/decision database used by the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program.
- For this project, a special personal identification number (CIHR PIN) is required.
- With a CCV account, a web-based service, you may produce CVs as necessary for each member organization and manage all of your CV data in one place.
- Questionnaire on equity, diversity, and self-identification — All applicants are required to complete the Equity, Diversity, and Self-Identification Questionnaire. The Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Self-Identification Questionnaire must be completed by the deadline.
- You must build a Vanier-Banting academic CCV on the Canadian Common CV (CCV) website and link it to your ResearchNet application.
- Launch the ResearchNet program.
- Select a research topic. Who are the participants?
- List the officials
- Enter the details of your degree here.
- Include the proposal’s information and any supporting files.
- in advance application materials
- Accept and send the request
- Verify that the attached files follow acceptable presentational guidelines.
For additional information on how to apply, visit the Application Guide.