This prestigious fellowship program, provides Carleton graduate students the opportunity to conduct hands-on research alongside Ericsson experts in state-of-the-art facilities. This is a competitive fellowship program that recruits the best and brightest to be the future leaders of the 5G revolution.
The Ericsson fellowships provide $35,000 additional funding that is reviewed annually. If you want to be considered for fellowship funding you can apply any time but we recommend applying earlier as the application process will stay open as long as necessary to fill the limited available positions. Applications are open to graduates of other universities and international applications are welcome.
Prospective applicants are required to apply through the graduate studies program. You will need to submit a statement of research interest in your application. Include your intention to apply for the Ericsson fellowship in your statement. You should also get in touch with the graduate chair of the program you are applying for, or your supervisor if you have already secured a faculty member to supervise your research. Please contact the graduate chair of the program that interests you in Systems and Computer Engineering, the School of Information Technology or the School of Computer Science. Visit our graduate admissions page to find out more about our graduate programs and how you can apply to be part of Ottawa's wireless innovation.
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