Canada Scholarships for International Students 2022 : How to Apply
The application deadline is Aug 30th, 2022. Once you’ve applied, we’ll notify you whether or not you’ve been chosen to be part of our study abroad program. If you are selected, then an official acceptance letter will be sent. All students accepted into the program must pay a non-refundable deposit in order to secure their spot. Any unused deposits will be refunded at the end of the summer.
There are over 150 Canada scholarship programs available from various government and non-government organizations. The majority of international student scholarships in Canada are only open to citizens of other countries.
One notable exception is University of Toronto’s Gairdner Global Healthcare Award, which annually awards five $100,000 scholarships.
To be eligible, you must be a citizen of one of the following eight countries: Bangladesh, Canada, Ghana, India, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria or the United States. You must also be studying at a public university in Canada and be enrolled full-time as an undergraduate student majoring in health sciences (e.g., nursing, public health, medicine).
Your Canada scholarship will be awarded to you in one of three degree levels: Postgraduate, Master’s or PhD. You don’t need a bachelors degree from a Canadian school if you’re applying for any of these scholarships. They will assess your credentials on an individual basis and then award you a scholarship based on merit only.
The duration of each scholarship varies from institution to institution, so it’s important that you check with your chosen provider if you need more information. The Canada-China Scholarship Program awards up to 4 years of funding for undergraduate students and 5 years of funding for master’s and doctoral students.
The minimum number of years differs depending on degree type. Undergraduate degrees range from 3 to 4 years, Master’s degrees range from 2 to 5 years, and Doctoral degrees range from 3 to 6 years. Canada scholarships are available through government sources as well as private organizations.
They’re not just limited to Canadian institutions but also international ones.
Canada scholarships are available through government sources as well as private organizations. They’re not just limited to Canadian institutions but also international ones.
Be a citizen of a country other than Canada, your home country, or any of its territories. Hold an offer of admission at a degree-granting post-secondary institution in Canada and plan to enroll full-time as an undergraduate student at an accredited public or private not-for-profit institution in Canada in September 2022. Meet all additional program requirements, including language proficiency (if applicable).
Anybody from any country can apply for a Canada Scholarship. However, there are some restrictions based on your country’s relationship with Canada. For example, citizens of India and Mexico may not apply at all (for now). You can check out all of our official eligibility requirements here. Unfortunately, we don’t have any scholarships available right now.
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Information About Applications
This scholarship is exclusively available for international students who wish to study in Canada. The deadline for applications is December 15, 2022. Applicants must be of high academic standing and meet all requirements under Canadian regulations. Good luck!