Ten top tips on scholarship and grant writing for graduate students in physical and health education
The purpose of this paper is to provide physical and health education graduate students in Canada with information on: how and where to find scholarship and grant opportunities; application writing do’s and don’ts; the adjudication process; and crafting the ‘whole package’ to showcase one’s achievements and research. The paper offers a list of ten top tips gathered from faculty members and graduate students of the Physical and Health Education Canada Research Council who have a record of success in scholarship and grant applications.
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