The Canadian Embassy assists academics who are engaged in promoting Canadian Studies in Romania and Bulgaria and administers Canadian Studies Grant Programmes.
These programmes are funded primarily by the Government of Canada and are administered by the Canadian Embassy in cooperation with the International Academic Relations Division (ACE) and the International Council for Canadian Studies. Their objective is to develop and enhance knowledge about Canada's values and culture through teaching, research and publication.
The major programs available are support to university libraries, assistance to Canadian Studies associations and centres, Faculty Enrichment and Faculty Research programs.
The Canadian Embassy also has a small discretionary budget for Canadian Studies activities such as:
Projects and applications for funding should be sent to:
Cultural, Academic and Public Affairs Officer
1-3, Tuberozelor St.
011411, Bucharest, sector 1
Tel: (40-21) 307-5051
Fax: (40-21) 307-5029
For information about studying in Canada, visit Study in Canada
Faculty Enrichment and Research Guidelines and Application Forms - available here in a PDF format, send us an e-mail to request another format:
Faculty Enrichment Program - Guidelines PDF* (124 KB)
Faculty Enrichment Program - Application Form PDF* (110 KB)
Faculty Research Program - Guidelines PDF* (109 KB)
Faculty Research Program - Application Form PDF* (155 KB)
International Council for Canadian Studies - which run the International Summer Seminar in Canadian Studies and the Program for International Research Linkages (PIRL)
John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies in Berlin which offers research grants to Canadianists in the region.
Foreign Affairs Canada - Canadian Studies