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  1. There is no thread for the NSERC 2012-2013 competition and I wanted to know when do we find out if our application has been forwarded by the university to NSERC? As a side, any discussion on NSERC is welcome.
  2. Hello, I've applied to the SSHRC Doctoral scholarship and my application has proceeded to 'round 2'. In my application I suggested I would be attending a Canadian university. However, I've actually accepted an offer to a US University. I also received full funding for 5 years - 22k/year. Now i'm wondering if I am also awarded SSHRC, how much of the 20k would I be allowed to keep? Does anyone doing their PhD in the US have experience with this? thanks!
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