Study in Canada Scholarships Program for International Students 2020-2021
International students have a chance to receive a fully-funded academic award resulting in a diploma, post-secondary or post-graduate certificate, or Master’s degree at a university , technical or vocational institute, or university in Canada.
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- University or Organization: EduCanada and Global Affairs Canada
- Department: NA
- Course Level: A diploma, post-secondary or post-graduate certificate, or Master’s degree
- Award: Fully funded for up to 2 years program (eligible expenses include: Return economy-class aviation to Canada, tuition, living expenses, ground transportation, book allowance, etc.)
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: Varies
- Nationality: International
- The award are often taken in Canada
- Eligible Countries: Applications are accepted form the subsequent countries: Azerbaijan, Bhutan, Comoros, Djibouti, Fiji, Kazakhstan, Kiribati, Liberia, Mauritania, Micronesia, Palau, Tonga, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and Vanuatu. Palestinian students from the West Bank , Gaza and East Jerusalem also are eligible.
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: The program are going to be awarded for education in any Canadian post-secondary institutions. there’s no restriction on the discipline or field of study. To be eligible, programs must be ready to be completed within two academic years or less with full-time status.
- Admissible Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the subsequent criteria:
- International students from a various range of countries/territories and regions, to a broad range of study destinations across Canada, to varied programs of study.
- Palestinian candidate students residing within the West Bank , Gaza and East Jerusalem are eligible and should be requested to supply supporting documentation demonstrating their Palestinian identity.
Candidate students: To be considered for a gift , candidate students:
- Must not hold Canadian citizenship and must not have applied for permanent residency in Canada;
- Must apply for admission to a full-time educational program at a Canadian post-secondary institution;
- Should indicate their interest in being considered for the Study in Canada Scholarships program when applying;
- Must not already be participating during a program funded by the govt of Canada;
- May already be enrolled during a degree or diploma program at a university , technical or vocational institute, or university in Canada;
- Must meet the doorway requirements for the proposed program of study at the time of submitting an application; and
- Must possess the linguistic competencies necessary to undertake studies within the language of instruction at the Canadian institution (English or French).
Canadian post-secondary institutions are:
- liable for submitting applications on behalf of eligible candidates; and
- Encouraged to market this application opportunity through faculty and staff members, also on partner institutions in eligible countries/territories.
How to Apply
- the way to Apply: To be considered for a scholarship, candidate students must first apply for admission to a tutorial program at a Canadian post-secondary institution of their choice. The Canadian institution is liable for applying for the chance on behalf of the scholar .
- Supporting Documents: the subsequent documents must be uploaded and attached to the web form in one among the subsequent formats: Proof of citizenship/identity, Letter of intent from the institution, Conditional letter of acceptance, Academic plan of the proposed candidate, CV of the proposed candidate, Budget, and Privacy Notice Statement.
- Admission Requirements: Students should consider applying to the Canadian institution well before the March 2020 deadline, in order that the Canadian institution has sufficient time to organize applications on their behalf.
- Language Requirement: Applicants must be proficient within the language of instruction at a Canadian institution (English or French) before coming to Canada. Language requirements are determined by each Canadian institution.
The award value varies counting on the duration, level and program of study.
- Winner will rise up to CAD 60,000 for programs of 1 school year in duration (e.g. 2 academic terms of up to 4 months each)
- Up to CAD 120,000 for programs of two academic years in duration (e.g., up to twenty months, including four academic terms of up to 4 months each and one intervening spring/summer term of up to 4 months)
- Also, funds allocated to the recipients by DFATD, the Canadian host institution can also claim CAD 500 per award recipient to help with administrative costs once the recipient arrives in Canada.
- Visa/study/work permit fees/travel associated with the gathering of biometrics
- Economy-class airfare
- Tuition fees and mandatory expenses for the tutorial program for up to twenty months
- Living expenses like accommodation, utilities and food
- Ground transportation expenses, including a public transportation pass
- Books and supplies required for the recipient’s study or research, excluding computers and other equipment.
- Note: the award doesn’t cover language training