This document (in French only) explains how to:
Importer des références bibliographiques dans le CV commun canadien (in French)
(updated March 13, 2017)
IMPORTANT: Even though it is now possible to automatically import references into the CCV, these references should be checked to make sure they are error-free.
For any questions or comments on this document, please contact email@example.com.
To import references from your EndNote library into the Canadian Common CV, use the style:
IMPORTANT: DO NOT use Internet Explorer to download the style CV_commun_canadien!
The Office of Research / Centre for Technological Development (BRCDT) (in French only) "promotes research by assisting professors and researchers in preparing their grant applications and in negotiating R&D contracts and framework agreements. The BRCDT also helps secure financial support for projects and administers research funds."
BRCDT maintains a calendar with funding deadlines (in French only) for different grants.
The Financial Aid and Award Service helps Polytechnique Montréal students prepare their applications for research awards.
One-on-one tutoring services are offered for all students preparing an application for an NSERC postgraduate award. Moreover, students must attend mandatory workshops to review their application (for Master’s students and for PhD students).
For more information or if you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NSERC’s Canada Graduate Scholarships are evaluated according to three criteria. The weight allocated to each of these criteria depends on the level of education:
|Selection Criteria||Relative weighting (%)|
|Research ability or potential||30||50||70|
The applications for NSERC Master’s Scholarships must be submitted through the new Research Portal by filling out your Canadian Common CV, whereas the applications for PhD Scholarships must be submitted using Form 201 on NSERC On-line Services.
Each award has its own specific requirements; however, regardless of which one you are applying for, make sure to:
Don’t let a refusal deter you. Ask your research advisor and tutors for help in improving your application and try again next year.