Doctoral research scholarships


Summary

Competition year :

2014-2015

 

Deadline (application) :

October 10th, 2013, 4 PM

 

Amount :

$20,000 per year

 

Duration :

9 sessions maximum

 

Announcement of results :

April 2015

 

Important note

In the event of a discrepancy between the English and French versions of this program,
the French version prevails


1.

Presentation

1.1 Program objective
  Foster student interest in research.
  Financially assist the best applicants in undertaking or continuing a master's or doctoral program in disciplines related to the social sciences, humanities, arts and literature.
The Fonds encourages students to lead and carry out transfer activities whenever relevant..
1.2 Clientele
  Master's (B1) and doctoral (B2) research scholarships
  Students seeking to undertake or pursue a graduate program in the social sciences, humanities, arts or literature. 
  Scholarships to re-enter the research community (A2)
  Individuals who earned a university degree (undergraduate
or graduate level) or university credits at least five years prior to the competition deadline and who wish to re-enter the research community by carrying out master's or Ph.D. studies

 


2.

Eligibility

Applicants must meet all eligibility requirements by the application submission deadline on October 9, 2013, at 4 m. for master's scholarships or October 10, 2013, 4 p.m., for doctoral scholarships.

2.1 Citizenship and place of residence
The applicant must :
  Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
Be a resident of Québec for at least one year at the competition deadline and for the duration of the scholarship within the meaning of:
Health Insurance Act and the Regulation respecting eligibility and registration of persons in respect of the Régie de l'assurance maladie du Québec;
Québec Taxation Act and the regulation respecting the taxation Act.

(See section 1.1 of the Common Rules and Regulations)


2.2 Required minimum grade point average
Master's applicants must:
Have obtained a grade point average of A- or the equivalent in their undergraduate studies (this rule does not apply to students applying for a doctoral scholarship).
Consult the required minimum grade point average equivalents table.
Exceptions for students applying from an LL.B. program Applicants must have completed their studies with a 3.55 grade point average. For Université de Montréal and McGill University graduates, the required minimum grade point average is 3.4.  
Details Applicants whose grade point averages are below the required minimum grade point average are ineligible.

No exceptions will be made with regards to the required minimum grade point average.

When assessing eligibility, the Fonds will calculate the average of the undergraduate grades on which the applicant's acceptance to a master's or doctoral program was based.

Any grades obtained for degrees that are unrelated to the program of study for which the scholarship is being sought will not be taken into account.

 

2.3 Eligibility period
The eligibility period is the time in which applicants may submit scholarship applications to the Fonds based on the number of full-time sessions carried out in the same graduate program or field of study.

Consult the equivalents table for unregistered or part-time sessions
The Fonds will consider master's and doctoral sessions completed by April 30, 2014, whether they were funded or not.
When calculating the eligibility period, the Fonds will consider any unregistered and/or part-time sessions when registrar attestations are included.
2.3.1 Master's scholarship eligibilty period Applicants registered in a graduate program for up to one year (three full-time sessions) as of April 30, 2014, are eligible for the master's scholarship competition (see section 2.8 Eligibility requirements for applicants seeking a scholarship to re-enter the research community, A2).
Applicant who is not registered in a Master's degree program but who intends to begin a graduate degree between May 1st, 2014 and January 15th, 2015 is eligible.
2.3.2 Doctoral's scholarship eligibility period Applicants registered for less than five years (15 full-time sessions) in the doctoral program for which they are applying as of April 30, 2014, are eligible for the doctoral scholarship competition (see section 2.8 Eligibility requirements for applicants seeking a scholarship to re-enter the research community, A2).
Fast-tracking to a doctoral program Eligible applicants directly admitted to a doctoral program after their undergraduate studies and applicants who have fast-tracked to the doctoral level must apply to the master's competition (B1) to obtain maximum funding. (see section 2.8 Eligibility requirements for applicants seeking a scholarship to re-enter the research community, A2).
Applicants takes responsibility of choosing the program of study (master's or doctorate).

2.4 Restrictions
Applicants may not use the scholarship for preparatory studies.
Professional master's Professional master's programs are not eligible. To be eligible, at least one-third of the master's program credits must derive from research and/or research training.
SSHRC doctoral scholarship holder Individuals who hold doctoral scholarships from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) or any other recognized funding agency may not apply to the Fonds Société et culture to complete a study program that is currently underway, even if their scholarships have expired.
Scholarship holder for more than 15 sessions Applicants who received funding from a recognized agency (e.g. SSHRC, NSERC, CIHR, FRQSC, FRQNT, FRQS, FCAR, CQRS, etc.) for a total of five years (or 15 sessions) may not apply to the Fonds Société et culture to begin or pursue a master's or doctoral program.

2.5 Eligibility period exceptions
Exceptions regarding scholarship eligibility periods will only be made for circumstances beyond the applicant's control. In such cases, the applicant must submit the supporting documents along with the application.
Parental leave or family obligations Applicants who suspend or postpone their studies for a parental leave or serious family obligations may ask to extend their eligibility period for up to 12 months. In such cases, all supporting documents must be submitted with the application.
Persons with a disability Eligibility requirements do not apply to persons with a disability under the Act to secure handicapped persons in the exercise of their rights with a view to achieving social, school and workplace integration (R.S.Q. c. E-20.1). The duration of the scholarship is two years at the master's level and three years at the doctoral level.
The Fonds reserves the right to turn down any requests that contain insufficient information or paperwork.

2.6 Place of tenure
Scholarship holders must be registered in a full-time master's or doctoral program in a recognized Canadian or international university.

2.7 Paid leaves
Applicants who are employed and on a sabbatical or study leave or who have obtained any other type of release from their duties with pay and/or wage replacement or any other form of compensation that exceeds 50% of their regular salary are not eligible. This restriction does not apply to applicants who are on a study leave without pay.

2.8 Additional eligibility requirements for applicants seeking a scholarship to re-enter the research community (A2)
Applicants seeking to apply for a scholarship to re-enter the research community (master's or doctoral level) must have held an undergraduate or a graduate degree for at least five years at the competition deadline (October 9, 2013, for master's applicants and October 10, 2013, for doctoral applicants) and must not have been registered in a university program or earned university-level credits.
When submitting their applications, applicants may be registered for their first study session.

 


3.

Applications

Applicants may only submit an application to one of the following scholarship programs in the same year:

  • Master's research scholarships (B1);
  • Doctoral research scholarships (B2);
  • Research community re-entry scholarships (A2).

Applicants may only apply to one of the Fonds and hold a scholarship from one of the Fonds.

Exception : Applicants who apply to programs B1, B2 or A2 may also apply to a thematic program.

Instructions pour la rédaction d'une demande

3.1 Required documents
Applications that do not include all of the required documents by the competition deadline will be deemed ineligible by the Fonds.


3.1.1 E-forms

Only forms filled out and submitted online are accepted.
E-form availability The e-forms will be available on the Web site of the Fonds Société et culture at least one month before the competition deadline.
Languages The e-forms may be filled out in French or English.
However, the project title on the application must be written in French.
Two letters of recommendation The letters of recommendation must be filled out and submitted online from the respondent's personal file by the competition deadline. Applicants must provide their application and personal identification numbers (PIN) to their respondents. If one or both letters of recommendation are missing prior to the application deadline, the application will be deemed ineligible by the FRQSC. Only letters of recommendation filled out on the Fonds form will be accepted.
Respondents living abroad Exceptionally, a dynamic PDF form to create a hardcopy of the letter of recommendation – to print out - is available to foreign respondents who do not have a personal Fonds Web file or PIN (see the following section on the required documents to be submitted by mail).

 

3.1.2 Required documents to be submitted by mail
PLEASE NOTE: Photocopies of official documents must be legible and certified by a commissioner of oaths or any other person authorized to do so. Documents submitted in a language other than French or English must include a certified translation.

All original and certified documents must be received by the deadline.

The following documents must be mailed by October 9, 2013, for master's program applications and by October 10, 2013, for doctoral program applications.
RAMQ card A photocopy of a valid Québec medical insurance card or any other official document that proves resident status under the Health Insurance Act and the Regulation respecting the eligibility and registration of persons in respect of the Régie de l'assurance maladie du Québec.
Transcripts Certified copies of all of the applicant's university transcripts (e.g. certificates, diplomas, bachelor's, master's or doctoral degrees), whether the studies were completed or not. Official transcripts are also accepted but will not be returned to the applicants.
The Fonds also accepts transcripts submitted online through a secured site provided by the CREPUQ (Conférence des recteurs et des principaux des universités du Québec). Applicants who wish to use this service should contact the Office of the Registrar of their home university. It is the applicant's responsibility to verify the processing time. All files must be submitted online through the CREPUQ Web site by October 9, 2013, for the master's scholarship program and by October 10, 2013, for the doctoral scholarship program. The Fonds will retrieve the documents from the CREPUQ Web site on a daily basis and include them with the applications.
Equivalences Transcripts from exchange programs or courses (equivalences).
Transcripts from outside Québec A short letter explaining the marking system used by the institution.
Only letters of recommendation filled out on the Fonds form will be accepted Letters of recommendation that were not transmitted electronically: Respondents must fill out the letter of recommendation (dynamic PDF format) available on the Fonds Web site. Only the FRQSC letter form will be accepted. The respondent must print and sign the letter and give it to the applicant in a sealed envelope or mail it directly to the Fonds by the competition deadline. Please note that any letters of recommendation submitted in another format or which contain additional pages will not be included with the application.
Acknowledgements from editors To be considered, articles that are submitted, accepted or in press must include an acknowledgement from the editor (letter or e-mail format). The applicant's name must appear on the article.
Landed status in Canada Permanent residents under the 2001 Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, ch. 27, must provide a certified copy of their landing documents (IMM 1000 or IMM 5292).
Proof of citizenship Canadian citizens born outside Canada must provide a certified copy of their proof of citizenship.
Submission confirmation Applicants will receive a submission confirmation after sending in their e-forms.
Additional documents Applicants who submit transcripts from institutions located outside Canada and the United States must include a short letter explaining the institutions' marking system.

Part-time sessions

Applicants who completed part-time sessions since registering for a graduate degree must provide a registrar's attestation for any part-time or unregistered sessions.
Eligibility period exceptions Applicants seeking exceptions must provide an official document attesting to their suspended registration and a medical certificate that includes the reason(s) for the interruption and the duration of the suspension.
No appendices, no updates No appendices or documents other than those required will be forwarded to the evaluation committee. Applicants will not be able to update their files after the application deadline. However, applicants may update their contact information via e-mail at bourses.sc@frq.gouv.qc.ca.

 

3.2 Submitting the required documents

Each applicant is responsible for his/her application and must ensure that it contains all of the necessary documents and is postmarked no later than October 9, 2013, for the master's scholarship program and no later than October 10, 2013, for the doctoral scholarship program.

Applicants should note that mail left in a mailbox is only postmarked after sorting – a process that may take several days. Documents postmarked after the deadline will be deemed ineligible. All required documents must be sent to:

Comité d'admissibilité - Bourses
Fonds de recherche du Québec - Société et culture
140, Grande Allée Est, Bureau 470,
Québec (Québec) G1R 5M8

The Fonds also accepts transcripts submitted online through a secured site provided by the CREPUQ (see section 3.1.2 Transcripts).

It is the applicant's responsibility to verify the processing time. All files must be submitted online through the CREPUQ Web site by the competition deadline. The Fonds will retrieve the documents from the CREPUQ Web site on a daily basis and include them with the applications.

The postmark will be considered valid proof of mailing.

3.3 Acknowledgement of receipt
In the month of December following the competition deadline, applicants will receive an acknowledgement of receipt of their application and a confirmation that their application is under assessment, if applicable.
 


4.

Scientific assessment

4.1 Evaluation committee
Applicants should pay close attention when selecting an evaluation committee:

  • Based on the master's or doctoral research topic: the field, program and degree should also be considered.
  • Once granted, the scholarship may only be used for research on a topic that is in the field in which the evaluation committee specializes.
  • In exceptional circumstances (conflict of interest, too few applicants, lack of committee expertise, etc.), the Fonds reserves the right to change the applicant's choice of committee. In such cases, applicants will be advised via e-mail.

See Appendix 1 for a list of evaluation committees.

 

4.2 Evaluation criteria

Evaluation criteria Master's Doctorate 
Academic excellence 10 points 6 points
Research skills and relevant experience, if applicable 10 points 6 points
Scientific quality and interest of the research proposal Aucun projet n'est demandé 8 points
TOTAL 20 points 20 points
To be recommended for funding, an application must obtain at least 12/20, the minimum required threshold of excellence.


The sub-criteria and their point values used to assess each criterion are outlined below.

Academic excellence
Sub-criteria Master's Doctorate   
Quality of the applicant's academic record 6 points 6 points
Academic progress 2 points  
Scholarships and awards 2 points  

 

Research skills and relevant experience, if applicable
Sub-criteria Master's  Doctorate 
Quality of the overall presentation of the application 1 point 1 point
Quality of the planned research project 4 points  
Relevance of the applicant's experience and achievements 3 points 4 points
Applicant's skills, as detailed in the letters of recommendation 2 points 1 point

 

Scientific quality and interest of the research proposal (doctorate only)
Sub-criteria Doctorate  
Originality of the proposal and contribution to advancing knowledge in the field 5 points
Clarity and thoroughness of the objectives 2 points
Relevance of the methodology and suitability of the proposed schedule 3 points

 


5.

Evaluation process, announcement of the results and awarding of the scholarships

By whom?
Applications are assessed and ranked according to merit by an evaluation committee made up of three members mostly university faculty members and/or government representatives. The committees make recommendations to the board of directors of the Fonds, which announces the results of all competitions in April of each year. In keeping with the financial objectives of the program and funds available, the scholarships are allocated equally to each committee. The board of directors is accountable for its decisions to the Québec government.

Where ?
The decisions of the board of directors of the Fonds Société et culture are sent by e-mail to the applicants' e-files in late April, following the competition deadline. The letter and appendix will include the ranking of the applicant's file and scores for each evaluation criteria. Applicants may print out the letter, which may serve as proof of the results obtained in the competition.

How ?

Applicants who meet funding conditions must accept or decline the scholarship in the 10 business days following the receipt of the scholarship offer by completing the e-form (acceptation ou refus de la bourse) in their file. Applicants who do not respond to the offer in ten business days will be considered by the Fonds as having declined the scholarship. All decisions by the board of directors of the Fonds Société et culture are final and cannot be appealed.


6.

Value of the scholarship

6.1 Master's scholarship
The annual value of a master's scholarship is $15 000 for a period of three sessions or 12 months of study.

  • Scholarship holders may receive up to six instalments totalling $30 000 to cover six sessions or 24 months.
  • Each instalment of $5 000 covers a period of one session or four months.

6.2 Doctoral scholarship
The annual value of a doctoral scholarship is $20 000 for a period of three sessions or 12 months of study.

  • Scholarship holders may receive up to nine instalments totalling $60 000 to cover nine sessions or 26 months.
  • Each instalment of $6 666 covers a period of one session or four months.

6.2.1 Financial assistance for an internship
Fonds Société et culture scholarship holders pursuing their doctoral studies in a Québec university and who want to carry out a research internship in an institution located outside Québec may apply to the Financial Assistance for Internships competition. Applicants should consult the Scholarship Holder's Guide for further information (Chapter 5, Financial assistance for internships).

 


7.

Terms of the scholarship

Scholarship holders must request a payment at the start of each session.

Scholarship holders must be registered as full-time students in the master's or doctoral program for which the scholarship was granted for the entire duration of the scholarship period. In order to receive the payments, scholarship holders must also meet all funding conditions, especially those pertaining to paid work hours and citizenship and residence, during the scholarship period.

Progress reports
Scholarship payments will be made during the scholarship period and are subject to satisfactory progress reports. The scholarship holder is required to submit a progress report every three academic terms of the scholarship.

7.1 Scholarship start date
The scholarship start date is the session in which the scholarship holder may request his/her first payment.

For scholarship holders who had not started their study program at the time the scholarship was awarded:
Mandatory start date: summer, fall or winter
The scholarship period must begin between May 1, 2014, and January 15, 2015. Barring exceptional circumstances, the scholarship cannot be carried over from one year to the next..

For scholarship holders whose study program was already underway at the time the scholarship was awarded:
Offers prior to May 1
Scholarships awarded before May 1, 2014, come into effect in the 2014 summer session.

Offers on or after May 1
Scholarships awarded on May 1, 2014, or later come into effect in the 2014 summer session or the 2014 fall session at the latest. For scholarships awarded after May 1, 2014, payments may be issued retroactively beginning in the 2014 summer session if the scholarship holder meets all payment requirements.

The scholarship is not retroactive and sessions prior to summer 2014 will not be funded.

7.2 Scholarship period

The scholarship period is the time in which a scholarship holder may receive scholarship payments.

Master's scholarship
The scholarship period for a master's scholarship is limited to the first nine sessions of the master's program for which the scholarship was granted.

Doctoral scholarship
The scholarship period for a doctoral scholarship is limited to the first fifteen sessions of the doctoral program for which the scholarship was granted.

Fast-tracking to a doctorate
For eligible applicants directly admitted to a doctoral program after their undergraduate studies and applicants who have fast-tracked to the doctoral level without earning a master's, the scholarship is valid only for the first 18 sessions of the doctoral program in which they are registered.

7.3 Duration of the scholarship

The duration of the scholarship is the number of payments that a scholarship holder may claim during the scholarship period (see section 7.2 Scholarship period).

The duration of the scholarship cannot exceed the scholarship period.
The duration of the scholarship is based in the start and end dates of the study program, as stated in the scholarship holder's application.

Modifying the duration of the scholarship
All requests to modify the duration of a scholarship must be sent to the Fonds before claiming the first scholarship payment. Any requests to modify the scholarship period received after a first payment has been claimed will be refused.

As defined in section 1.4 of the Common Rules and Regulations, the Fonds will help fund 15 graduate sessions. Sessions funded by agencies subject to the rules for concurrent funding will be deducted from the duration of the financial assistance offered by the Fonds, which calculates the duration of the scholarship based on the number of graduate sessions for which the scholarship holder received financial support.

7.3.1 Duration of the master's scholarship

Master's scholarships are granted for a maximum period of two years (the equivalent of six consecutive sessions) or until the end of the scholarship holder's master's studies, whichever comes first.

Using an outstanding payment : Scholarship holders who complete their master's without claiming all of the payments available during the scholarship period may use one outstanding payment to begin a doctoral program. However, students who receive a doctoral scholarship may not claim master's scholarship payments.

Fast-tracking to a doctorate : Master's scholarship holders who intend to pursue doctoral studies without earning a master's degree may use the outstanding payments from their master's scholarship to begin a doctoral program. However, students who receive a doctoral scholarship may not claim master's scholarship payments.

7.3.2 Duration of the doctoral scholarship

Doctoral scholarships are granted for a maximum period of three years (the equivalent of nine consecutive sessions) or until the end of the scholarship holder's doctoral studies, whichever comes first.

Using an outstanding payment : Scholarship holders who complete their doctorate without claiming all of the payments available during the scholarship period may use one outstanding payment to begin their postdoctoral training. However, students who receive a postdoctoral scholarship may not claim doctoral scholarship payments.

7.4 Cumulation of scholarships
The Fonds grants funding that is complementary to grants received from other public or aid organizations based on merit. It is therefore prohibited to receive concurrent funding from:

  • Merit scholarships offered by federal or provincial (Québec) departments, organizations or agencies;
  • Public charitable foundations, unless there are previous targeted joint funding agreements between the Fonds and the organization. A student who is offered a scholarship that cannot be held concurrently with a scholarship from the Fonds must accept the offer from the other party and decline the Fonds' offer.
  • Applicants who receive scholarship offers from several programs may select only one.

Partial cumulation
When the Fonds awards a scholarship of longer duration that one that cannot be held concurrently, the scholarship holder may receive complementary funding to make up the shortfall. The duration of the concurrent partial scholarships cannot exceed the maximum funding period, as set out in section 7.3.
In addition, when the Fonds awards a scholarship whose annual value is higher than that of a scholarship that cannot be held concurrently, the student may receive complementary funding to make up the shortfall for the duration of the Fonds scholarship.

Cumulation is allowed
Applicants who receive a scholarship from another organization (e.g. university, research chair, consortium, private international or foreign foundation, the governments of other Canadian provinces and foreign governments) may combine this grant with a scholarship from the Fonds if cumulation is allowed by these organizations. When a funding agency limits the amounts that can be cumulated, the Fond will decrease the value of its scholarship to enable the scholarship holder to qualify for the full value of the scholarship offered by the organization.

Special cases
Loans and bursaries from the Ministère de l'Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport du Québec (MELS) may be cumulated with Fonds scholarships.
Scholarship holders who are awarded a scholarship under the Concerted Actions program (Actions concertées) the Fonds Société et culture and who hold a regular master's or doctoral scholarship must choose between the two.

7.5 Paid work
A scholarship holder must carry out his/her research program on a full-time basis.

150 hours limit : A scholarship holder may accept employment of up to 150 hours per academic session, provided his/her research director does not object and the employment does not interfere with the research program. For the purpose of this rule, teaching a 45-hour college- or university-level course is equivalent to 150 hours of employment.

Particular case : The salary received by a student to work exclusively on his/her research project is considered a scholarship that may be cumulated.

Particular case : A scholarship holder may receive a scholarship payment while carrying out a paid or an unpaid internship that is relevant to his/her research program with the prior approval of his/her research director.

7.6 Changes to the research project or program or place of study
Scholarship holders who want to change their research project or program or place of study must access their online file and fill out and submit the request form to the Fonds Société et culture. The Fonds will determine whether the change impacts the scholarship holder's evaluation and then advise the applicant of its decision.


8.

Gilles-Beausoleil scholarship

8.1 Objective
The Gilles-Beausoleil Scholarship is awarded by the Association des économistes québécois and aims to support excellence in economics through research focused on a social or public policy issue.

8.2 Applicants
Only students who apply to committee 09E - Sciences économiques (4.1 Evaluation committee) of the master's and doctoral scholarship programs are eligible for the Gilles-Beausoleil Scholarship.

8.3 Awarding of the scholarship and announcement of the results
The scholarship is awarded to the applicant who received the highest score from evaluation committee 09E - Sciences économiques and whose research project is focused on a social or public policy issue. Only one scholarship will be granted per competition.

There is no additional application form for the Gilles-Beausoleil Scholarship. The decision of the Fonds Société et culture will be announced to the recipient via his/her e-file when the master's and doctoral scholarships program results are announced.

8.4 Association requirements

The Gilles-Beausoleil Scholarship holder will be invited by the Association des économistes québécois to present his/her research results at an activity organized by the Association.

8.5 Value of the scholarship
The scholarship is valued at $3 000.

 


9.

Québec - France supplement

9.1 Objective
The Québec-France supplements aim to encourage top students to pursue graduate studies in France.

9.2 Applicants
The Québec-France supplements are exclusively aimed at master's and doctoral scholarship applicants. Students in joint programs are not eligible.

9.3 Awarding of the supplements and announcement of the results
The supplements are exclusively awarded to scholarship holders who choose to pursue their studies in France, as indicated in their scholarship applications. The supplements are awarded to the 10 top-ranking applicants overall.

Note: There is no additional application form for the Québec-France supplement. All students whose place of study is located in France will automatically be considered.

The decision of the Fonds Société et culture will be announced to the recipients via their e-files when the master's and doctoral scholarships program results are announced.

9.4 Terms of the supplement
To receive the funds, the supplement holder must be registered as a full-time student in a university located in France.

9.5 Value of the supplement
The supplement is valued at $1 500/year. This amount will be added to the master's or doctoral scholarship.

 


10.

General considerations (all programs)

10.1 Responsibilty of the Fonds
The Fonds Société et culture is not responsible for any direct or indirect damages resulting from the processing of any application with regards to a scholarship, grant or any other type of request. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Fonds Société et culture is not responsible for any direct or indirect damages resulting from the unauthorized disclosure of any information contained in an application. Despite all of the precautions that the Fonds Société et culture takes to preserve the confidentiality of the information that must remain as such, certain countries to which the information is communicated may not follow the same protection processes (e.g.: asymmetric cryptography, enciphering, etc.).

10.2 Act respecting access to documents held by public bodies and the protection of personal information
The Fonds Société et culture is subject to the Act respecting access to documents held by public bodies and the protection of personal information (R.S.Q., chapter A-2.1). The mandatory data is gathered, used and kept in accordance with the provisions of the Act.

The applicant should contact the person who oversees access at the Fonds Société et culture for information on the access procedure, the protection of personal information and the rights of recourse stipulated in the Act.

10.3 Approval 
All Fonds programs must be approved by the government, and all funds are dependent on the granting of government credits.

The Fonds Société et culture reserves the right to modify the value of the grants and the program rules detailed in this 

10.4 Effective date
The provisions set out in this document apply to the 2014-2015 fiscal year.


Do you have questions?

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