Lakehead University looks forward to welcoming international students on their academic journey to Canada by applying for graduate assistant positions. Applications for the 2022-2023 academic year have been accepted.
Graduate assistantships are offered to full-time graduate students who have been identified as international applicants in any of Lakehead’s master’s or doctoral programs and who are eligible to apply for and receive the position. Selected candidates will receive a stipend of up to $11,120.82.
Ranked among the top 10 major undergraduate universities in Canada in the magazine’s 2021 University Rankings, Lakehead University is a public research university in Canada. Lakehead University is committed to fostering a student-centered learning environment and is committed to excellence and innovation in teaching, service, research and other academic activities.
Why choose to study at Lakehead University? Lakehead is a very attentive university because LU’s class sizes are small and they offer a personalized experience where professors know each student by their first name. The student-to-professor ratio at Lakehead is 15:1. Lakehead graduates are ranked in the top three in Ontario for job readiness. The average employment rate at Lakehead two years after graduation is 96.7%.
Application Deadline: Applications for the fall semester must be submitted by February 1, 2022.
Brief Description; Introduction
University or Organization: Lakehead University
Course Level: Master’s or Ph.D.
Reward: CAD 11,120.82
Number of awards: NA
The award is available in Canada
Target country: All international students can apply.
Eligible Courses or Subjects: Master’s and PhD programs offered by Lakehead are eligible to apply.
Qualification Criteria: To qualify, the applicant must meet all of the following / given criteria:
Applicants must be Lakehead full-time graduate students.
How to Apply
How to apply: Students must first apply for admission to Lakehead’s graduate program. Hyperlink admission. Full-time applicants are eligible for an assistantship
Supplementary Documents: Students are required to submit the following documents to the university.
Letter of recommendation
Program-specific support documentation
Admission requirements: Applicants must meet the general university admission requirements for international students.
Language requirements: Students are required to submit the following English proficiency test scores.
TOEFL PBT – 550
TOEFL CBT – 213
IELTS – 6.5
PTE – 58
MET – 85
Duolingo – 110
C1 / C2 – 169
Selected candidates will receive a CAD10,197.68 or CAD11,120.82 scholarship for graduate or doctoral studies at Lakehead.