scholarship opportunities for international students in canada
Global Affairs Canada Scholarships
- A scholarship that provides opportunities for students from developing countries to pursue advanced studies at the masters or doctoral level in Canada.
- Allows you to pursue studies in any field of study at a Canadian university.
- The scholarship pays tuition, living allowance, travel costs and health insurance.
- Can be renewed for the duration of your studies, but is subject to annual review by Global Affairs Canada.
- Can be combined with other scholarships (Canada Graduate Scholarships and provincial graduate awards), up to a maximum of $18,000 per year.
Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (Vanier CGS)
The Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (Vanier CGS) program is designed to attract and retain world-class doctoral students. The scholarships are awarded to students who have demonstrated leadership skills and a high standard of scholarly achievement in graduate studies.
This scholarship is worth $50,000 annually for three years. Students will be named by a selection committee comprised of members from all Canadian universities and chaired by the Canada Research Chair Advisory Board. Applicants are required to have completed a first university degree of high quality, demonstrate a high level of academic achievement in each the previous two years of full-time study or equivalent, and plan to pursue, in the upcoming year, full-time graduate studies at the doctoral level in one of the following areas: social sciences and/or humanities; health research; natural sciences or engineering research
University of Waterloo International Master’s and Doctoral Student Awards
University of Waterloo International Master’s and Doctoral Student Awards is a Partial Funding international scholarship offered by the University of Waterloo for international students. Students eligible for this scholarship are: Open to all Nationals
This Partial Fundinginternational scholarship can be taken for pursuing in Any field. The deadline of the scholarhip is .
Schulich Leader Scholarships
Schulich Leader Scholarships offer aid to undergraduate students who plan to study science, technology, engineering or mathematics at a Canadian university. The grand prize is $80,000 over the course of four years—a huge sum when you consider that the average annual tuition for international students in Canada is $28,450.
To qualify, you must be able to demonstrate academic excellence and financial need. Leadership and community involvement will also be considered.
You can apply through your high school’s guidance department by Feb. 1 each year.
Academic Excellence Awards at the University of Victoria
- a maximum of three awards are available for international students.
- awards are valued at $10,000.
- awards are open to undergraduate and graduate students.
- applicants must have an admission average of 85% or higher.
- applicants must submit an essay.
International Student Scholarship at Bishop’s University in Canada, 2020-2021
The International Student Scholarship is open to students from outside of Canada who are pursuing undergraduate studies at Bishop’s University in Canada. The scholarship will be awarded to the highest ranking applicant who has been admitted to the university by May 1, 2020. All eligible students will be automatically considered for this award when they submit their admission application. Eligible candidates should apply for full-time studies at Bishop’s University by May 1, 2020.
President’s Award for International Students at Vancouver Island University in Canada, 2020
Are you an international student looking to pursue an undergraduate degree in Canada? Interested in applying for a scholarship that will give you $5,000 toward the cost of attendance? If so, then the President’s Award for International Students at Vancouver Island University might be right for you.
This award is available to students who are entering their first year of university and have a GPA of 70% or higher. It is open to all international students who qualify, except those from India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. The application deadline is May 1st, 2020.
Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship Program by the Canadian government.
The Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship Program is a scholarship scheme funded by the Canadian Government and administered by Universities Canada. Its awards are intended to support the development needs of Commonwealth countries by providing training for skilled and qualified professionals, who will return home to use their newly acquired skills.
Scholarships tenable in Canada under this program are awarded on a competitive basis to citizens of Commonwealth countries other than Canada pursuing full-time Master’s and PhD study at a Canadian university.
An international student who has applied to study in any public university in Canada may apply for a scholarship.
International students are eligible for the same scholarships as Canadian citizens, provided that they have been academically accepted to one of Canada’s public universities. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence, with some directed at students from specific regions or countries. Certain scholarship opportunities may also be available to international students who enroll in an undergraduate or graduate program.
The Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University offers a variety of scholarships, including a $20,000 award to two entering graduate international students who have achieved outstanding academic results during their undergraduate studies. The Margaret and Wallace McCain Scholarship is open to international undergraduate students pursuing their first degree at Mount Allison University who demonstrate an aptitude for academics and extracurricular activities. This scholarship is renewable each year, assuming that students continue to meet eligibility criteria.