The John P. Humphrey Fellowship Applicable for the 2021-2022 Academic Year is now available. The Canadian Council on International Law awards annually up to three John Peters Humphrey Student Fellowships in International Human Rights Law or International Organization.
The Fellowships are awarded to outstanding students in order to permit them to pursue full-time graduate studies at leading graduate institutions in Canada or world-wide. Students in Canadian law and political science (or the equivalent) faculties are eligible to apply for the Fellowship.
Each Fellowship will fund the recipient up to CDN $20,000 – up to a maximum of CDN$10,000 for tuition plus a stipend of CDN $10,000 for living expenses. Fellowship holders will be eligible to apply for the Fellowship in open competition for a second term.
Note that the CCIL executive determines the precise dollar value of the Fellowship that will be awarded in relation to tuition and fee support annually, on the advice of the Fellowship’s financial advisors.
Deadline to submit: December 15, 2020