Mitacs Globalink Funding Programs for International Students
COVID-19: measures for the Globalink Research Award program
Université de Montréal has been closely following the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic for the past several weeks. Since the global health context remains full of uncertainties, Globalink research stays at Université de Montréal will only be possible:
- If the student's supervisor and host environment accept it. The supervisor must send an email confirmation to Anaïs Détolle, copied to Judith Beaulieu and Audrey Desince.
- If the sanitary and migratory conditions allow it.
Students can also contact Anaïs Détolle in order to determine if their award can be deferred.
Mitacs and Université de Montréal have signed in early 2019 a new partnership agreement that provides 150 new scholarships each year for foreign students who wish to do a research stay at UdeM under the Globalink Research Award program.
Mitacs is a Canadian not-for-profit organization supporting university research with partnerships that support industrial and social innovation. It aims to help students develop their careers, a network and professional skills, and creates links in all disciplines between university research and Canadian societal and economic needs.
Globalink Research Award
- Be 18 years old and over at the time of application;
- Foreign undergraduate students in their final year (must have completed second year of study before beginning their research at UdeM), foreign graduate students or foreign postdoctoral fellows, in any discipline;
- Students must come from a university or university-level research center;
- The home institution must be located in an eligible country: Belgium, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Japan, Luxembourg (Université du Luxembourg), Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland (Université de Lausanne), Taïwan, Tunisia, United Kingdom, the USA, Ukraine (inbound only), other members of the European Union (only for students whose professors are grant recipients of the European Research Council or MSCA-RISE program);
- The research stay at UdeM must be from 12 to 24 weeks;
- Students must have a professor supervisor at their home university and another at UdeM;
- Students can receive a $6,000 CAD grant, half of which is funded by Mitacs Globalink and the other half by an outside organization (e.g., home university, granting agencies, private companies, home university supervisor, UdeM supervisor, etc.). Please consult your student mobility office or your home university supervisor;
- Admission at any time: application required 16 weeks before the start of the research project;
- Funding of research only. No courses / seminars can be taken during the research;
- Research stay can not begin until Globalink Fellowship is accepted.
To know more about the application process, download the application package (zip file).
For more information on this program or to obtain the signature of the UdeM representative (section 6.0. of the Application Form) once the file is completed, please contact Anaïs Détolle, Business development specialist - Mitacs Programs at the International Affairs Office.
- Foreign graduate students or postdoctoral fellows, in any discipline.
- The research project must be with a for-profit company, an NPO, or a Crown corporation in Canada.
- The research stay must be from 4 to 48 months.
- All countries are eligible.
- Students can receive a $15,000 grant, half of which is funded by Mitacs Globalink and the other half by the partner organization.
Learn more about the Accelerate International Program
For any information on the program, contact Julie Benoit, International Affairs Advisor at the IAO.
Globalink Research Internships
The Mitacs Globalink Research Internship program enables UdeM professor-researchers to host final-year undergraduate students from Mitacs partner countries. The 12-week internships take place each year between May and September.
UdeM hosts more than 20 Mitacs Globalink research interns yearly. UdeM professor-researchers are invited to submit their research projects to Mitacs between April and June each year.
Former Mitacs Globalink Research Interns who wish to return to Canada to pursue graduate studies are eligible for a $15,000 Globalink Graduate Fellowship grant as well as $15,000 in financial assistance from the Université de Montréal. Candidates will also be able to benefit from a scholarship for intensive French courses at the Université de Montréal Language School, before beginning their study program.
Learn more about Mitacs Globalink Research Internships
For more information on the program, contact Julie Benoit, International Affairs Advisor at the IAO.