We are currently recruiting students to work on different projects in the four research axes of the Chair: urban infrastructure in transition, transformation of suburban environments, social mobilization for climate justice and support to the most affected, emotions of political action in the face of climate.
Sophie L. Van Neste
Project start date
Winter (for the Master’s degree) or Fall 2022 (Master’s or PhD)
Program of study
Master’s degree in Urban Studies or Doctorate in Urban Studies
Funding of $17,000 for the Master’s degree: a $10,000 Master’s scholarship (1st year) with $5,000 salary for summer research work and a $2,000 scholarship to attend a national or international conference. Possibility of internal and external funding for the 2nd year of the Master’s program
20,000 in doctoral funding: a $12,000 annual doctoral scholarship for 3 years with an additional $6,000 salary for summer research work and a $2,000 scholarship to attend a national or international conference. Possibility of additional internal and external funding.
Training in urban studies, geography, social sciences (sociology, anthropology, political science), environment or urban planning with an interest in the research themes
Experience in research with qualitative methods (an asset for the Master’s degree, a requirement for the PhD)
Good reading and writing skills in French and English (an asset
Candidates who wish to enroll in the PhD or MA program in Urban Studies
Priority will be given to students with an excellent academic record (GPA of 3.7 and above or equivalent).
Center Urbanisation Culture Société
385 Sherbrooke Street East
Montreal, Quebec H2X 1E3
Submission of an application
Interested candidates may submit their application to Professor Sophie L. Van Neste using the online form. The application file must include the following documents
- a letter of interest
- a CV
- a copy of your transcript
Please provide your information and documents on the INRS website