The Indigenous Ed Doctorate program is a cohort and community-based program designed for residents of Northern Saskatchewan, with an emphasis on Métis local knowledge, history, spirituality, and culture, as well as how the locality interacts and is positioned within broader national and international contexts.
The program incorporates the following elements:
Cost: $36,000 per student ($12,000 per year) payable to Gabriel Dumont College.
Métis Nation University Sponsorship funding is available for qualified, registered Métis citizens. For sponsorship information please visit: https://gdins.org/iset/sponsorship/university/
Gabriel Dumont Scholarship Foundation scholarships and bursaries may be available for qualified applicants. For application deadlines please visit: https://gdins.org/student-services/scholarships-bursaries/
A complete listing and description of each course can be found in the PDF here: GDI-UofR Ed.Doc- Course Information (2024)
A program brochure with all information can be found here: GDI-UofR Ed.Doc Brochure
How to Apply:
Application Deadline is February 15, 2024
For more information contact:
Gabriel Dumont Institute
Saskatoon, SK S7M 0R9
Phone: (306) 242-6070
Fax: (306) 242-0002
Program Partnership with:
Please check the program information for details on how to apply