Scholarships

Get a CoRoM scholarship for your graduate studies in robotics!

 

The CoRoM scholarship program aims to promote the recruitment and participation of students interessed in collaborative robotics. It is not necessary to hold a scholarship to participate in the CoRoM training program.

 

Refer to the Guide de programme for more details regarding CoRoM scholarships (in French).

 

Undergrad internship scholarship 

 

This scholarship has a 3000$ value and is used to cover part of an intern's salary. This undergrad internship must take place in a research laboratory in one of the three universities.

 

Eligibility

  • Be in the last year of a baccalaureate program in a relevant field.
  • Obtain a research internship (12 to 15 weeks, full-time) in collaborative robotics in one of the partner universities.
  • Work on a CoRoM project that implies an industrial partner and a professor.
  • Students are only eligible to one internship scholarship.

 

Criteria

  • Industrial researech project (Go/No go)
  • Aptitude for graduate studies
  • Project could potentially lead to a master's project
  • Academic excellence
  • Experience and resume quality 

CoRoM master's scholarship

 

This scholarship is for master's students who are fully engaged in CoRoM and its value depends on the student's external financing. This scholaship comes in supplement to the 10 000$ to 15 000$ stipend or salary the student will receive for her or his internship. Scholarship's instalment(s) can be spread out on the duration of the program (maximum two years) to accomodate each student's situation. The student that accepts a CoRoM scholarship agrees to CoRoM's scholarship conditions (below).

 

 

Scholarship

 

External scholarships (granting agency)

CoRoM's scholarship value (total)*

BCM-1 No external scholarship 23 000 $
BCM-2 5-semester scholarship (FRQNT or FRQNT/NSERC combined) 5 500 $
Mitacs Accelerate Fellowship1
BCM-3 3-semester scholarship (NSERC) 8 500 $

 

*Scholarship values can vary upon funds availability and specific students' situations.

1. Mitacs Accelerate Fellowship is a long-term scholarship that differs from Mitacs Accelerate internships: https://www.mitacs.ca/en/programs/accelerate/fellowship 

 

Eligibility

 

  • Register or be registered in a master's program in one of the partner universities.
  • Work on a CoRoM industrial research project under the supervision of a professor who is a CoRoM member.
  • Students who have received an undergrad intership scholarship are eligible to a master's scholarship. 

 

Criteria

 

  • Industrial research project in the field of collaborative robotics (Go/No go)
  • Quality of the proposed research project
  • Experience
  • Potential for research 
  • Academic excellence

CoRoM PhD Scholarship

 

This scholarship is for PhD students who are fully engaged in CoRoM and its value depends on the student's external financing. This scholaship comes in supplement to the 10 000$ to 15 000$ stipend or salary the student will receive for each of her or his internships. Scholarship's instalment(s) can be spread out on the duration of the program (maximum three years) to accomodate each student's situation. The student that accepts a CoRoM scholarship agrees to CoRoM's scholarship conditions (below)

 

 

Scholarship

 

External scholarships (granting agencies)

CoRoM's scholarship value (total)*
BCD-1 No external financing 39 000 $
BCD-2 3-year NSERC or FRQNT scholarship (check eligibility below) 6 000 $
Mitacs Accelerate Fellowship1

 

 

*Scholarship values can vary upon funds availability and specific students' situations.

1. Mitacs Accelerate Fellowship is a long-term scholarship that differs from Mitacs Accelerate internships: https://www.mitacs.ca/en/programs/accelerate/fellowship

 

Eligibility

 

  • Register or be registered in a PhD program in one of the partner universities.
  • Work on a CoRoM industrial research project under the supervision of a professor who is a CoRoM member.
  • Ne pas être récipiendaire d’une bourse d’études supérieures du Canada Vanier ou d’une bourse d’études supérieures du Canada Alexander-Graham-Bell.
  • Students who have received a CoRoM master's scholarship are eligible for a CoRoM PhD scholarship.

 

Criteria

 

  • Industrial research project in the field of collaborative robotics (Go/No go)
  • Quality of the proposed research project
  • Experience
  • Potential for research
  • Academic excellence 

 

Conditions for CoRoM scholarship holders:

 

CoRoM master's or PhD scholarship holders must:

 

 

Not respecting these conditions might lead to the scholarship being suspended.