Global Affairs Canada* offers scholarships to international students to study in Canada and Canadian student who wants to fund their studies abroad. Following are some scholarships that international students coming to MITT can explore.
*Global Affairs Canada is responsible for the Government of Canada’s participation in major international scholarship programs. It is our goal to foster understanding among people, develop global citizens, nurture leaders and contribute to the development of nations.
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About Government of Canada
The federal government of Canada is the body responsible for the federal administration of Canada. In Canadian English, the term can mean either the collective set of institutions or specifically the Queen-in-Council.
Government of Canada Bachelors
- OrganisationGovernment of Canada
- Country to studyCanada
- School to study–
- Course to studyNot specified
- State of Origin
- GenderMen and Women
- Application DeadlineMarch 22, 2022
Aim and Benefits of Government of Canada Bachelors
The scholarship is valued at CAD 10,200 or CAD 12,700 depending on study duration and the funds should be used towards:
- Visa or study/work permit fees;
- Airfare for the scholarship recipient only via the most direct and economical route;
- Health insurance;
- Living expenses, such as accommodation, utilities and food;
- Ground transportation, including a public transportation pass; and
- Books and supplies required for the recipient’s study or research, excluding computers and other equipment.
Requirements for Government of Canada Bachelors Qualification
- Citizens of one of the following eligible countries/territories:
- Asia: Bangladesh, Nepal, Taiwan;
- Europe: Turkey, Ukraine;
- Middle East and North Africa: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia;
- Sub-Saharan Africa: Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda; and
- Enrolled as a full-time student at post-secondary institution in an eligible country/territory and paying tuition fees to that institution at the time of application and for the full duration of the exchange.
- The Canadian post-secondary institution must:
- Be a Designated Learning Institution (DLI);
- Have a valid student exchange agreement with the candidate’s home institution that waives tuition fees for scholarship recipients. For college and undergraduate research applications with no agreement, a letter issued by the Canadian institution’s international office or equivalent will be accepted; and
- Inform both the candidate and their home institution of any mandatory fees that, in exceptional cases, cannot be waived, prior to applying for a scholarship on the candidate’s behalf.
- Candidates interested in this scholarship program should:
- Make their interest known to their home institution;
- Find out if there is an existing institutional collaboration or exchange agreement between their home institution and a Canadian institution;
- Request information from their home institution about the application process and selection criteria specific to the Canadian partner institution; and
- Ensure they meet the eligibility requirements.
- Post-secondary institutions from eligible countries/territories should:
- Communicate with partner institutions in Canada to confirm or explore institutional collaborations and student exchange agreements;
- Promote this scholarship opportunity through their international offices;
- Identify candidates who meet the eligibility and admission requirements for the Canadian partner institution;
- Provide supporting documents for their candidates to the Canadian partner institution, which is responsible for submitting the scholarship applications; and
- Advise selected candidates to gain additional linguistic training and intercultural skills before their departure.
March 22, 2022
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to Government of Canada on www.educanada.ca to apply