All scholars who wish to visit the Werklund School of Education are required to complete a Visiting Scholar form.
Please note that the application package must include a two-page outline of proposed program of scholarly work during the applicant's visit in the Werklund School of Education. The plan should be written in collaboration with the Werklund School host, explaining the synergies between the proposed scholarly program, the host's areas of scholarship and the Werklund School's research priorities. View faculty members' profiles.
This application is for individuals who are self-funded, hold a permanent faculty position at a degree-granting institution abroad, to which they will return, and who is invited to carry out research, or collaborate on research.
If submitting a Visiting Scholar Form:
- A complete application package should be submitted by the Werklund School of Education host as one PDF document to email@example.com
- The application will be reviewed by the EDSA Chair, the Associate Dean of Research, the Associate Dean of Internationalization, and the Vice Dean. If approved, the host and the applicant will receive a notification letter detailing next steps in the process.
Upon completion and submission of the Werklund School Visiting Scholar form, and subsequent approval, the applicant must follow University of Calgary and Government of Canada immigration requirements prior arrival. A visa, if applicable, is the responsibility of the applicant and must be arranged prior to arrival. We also strongly encourage all potential visiting scholars to review Important Conditions Note to Applicant and Host section in the application form prior to submitting the application.
Visiting Scholar submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis. Completed packages should be submitted by the host to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please direct your inquiries to email@example.com.
If the visiting scholar is applying as a visiting student, please see the link to the possible pathways and application process as stated by the Faculty of Graduate Studies