Scholarships in Canada are offered by the Canadian government and many higher institutions alongside grants, awards, and bursaries to international students in a bid to help them to finance their education. There are application processes individual applicants must follow in order to forestall their scholarships. It is also necessary to note the deadlines and apply before the closure so as not be rejected. Also, there are limited Canadian scholarships.
Why Study in Canada?
One outstanding quality of Canada is that there are two languages spoken there: English and French. The Canadian people are very friendly and the environment accommodating for international students.
Canada has many universities, scattered across the country. 26 out of the 96 ranks high among the world’s top universities. The wide range of courses includes Computer Science and IT, Media Journalism, Agricultural Science and Forestry, Business and Finance, and a host of others.
Some health insurances are offered for free by some provinces to international students.
Cost of Living in Canada
Studying in Canada is cost-effective and much less than studying in the UK, US, and Australia. Costs vary widely based on each school. However, on a general note, the cost ranges between CA$20000 to 30000 for undergraduate programs. Postgraduate programs are a little lower and could be about CA14000 per annum.
It will be very encouraging to apply for scholarships to help cut down the financial load on an individual. Getting a job is an excellent way to help fund your stay in Canada. Students are entitled to work 20 hours/week during semesters and full-time during breaks.
Eligibility for Canadian universities
You will need to prove your language proficiency, provide transcripts from previous education, prove your financial capabilities and medical coverage. You will also need to prove your major when applying for most Canadian universities.
The following are some of the scholarships available in Canada and the required information necessary for their application.
The Canadian Visa Study Hub $500 Scholarship Contest
This scholarship is for current international students and postgraduate workers in Canada. It gives members of the Canada Visa Study Hub the opportunity to win the sum of $500 every month. This is done based on random selection. The contest is offered online via the Study Hub. There is no deadline for the application.
Eligibility for the Application
- Be a member of the Canada Visa Study Hub.
- Have a valid study permit and/or postgraduate work permit.
- Provide proof of enrolment at a Canadian higher institution.
The Canadian Graduate Scholarships – Master’s Program (CGS M)
The CGS M scholarship program is for all international students on permanent residency in support of their research in the field of health, engineering, natural sciences, social sciences and humanities. The program helps up to 2000 students enrolled in Canadian higher institutions. The application must be submitted through the Research Portal.
- Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.
- Be a student at the Master’s or Doctoral level or is an applicant at the Canadian institution with a CGS M allocation.
- Not be a past recipient of the scholarship.
- Has achieved a first-class average.
Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS)
The scholarship helps to fund the studies of graduate students. It is valued at $10000 and $15000, depending on the number of terms. It is funded by the Ontario government and the destination school. The deadline varies depending on the department or program of study.
The applicant must:
- Be enrolled in a graduate program at the Master’s/Doctoral level.
- Be registered in full time studies for two or more terms.
- Have a valid study permit.
- Attend a participating Ontario school.
Karen McKellin International Leader of Tomorrow Award at the University of British Columbia (undergraduate scholarship)
Originally posted 2022-02-08 20:36:50. Republished by Blog Post Promoter