For the current academic year, international and Canadian students can apply for Government of Canada Scholarships.
Scholarships are available to students from around the world who wish to study in Canada, as well as Canadians who desire to study abroad.
This is great news for individuals who desire to study in Canada!
If you’re an international student or a Canadian student, you can apply for a Government of Canada Scholarship. In this piece, we’ll go over the basics of the scholarship, including how much it’s worth, who qualifies, and how to apply.
For what reason should you apply for a Government of Canada Scholarship?
The participation of Government of Canada Scholarships in major international scholarship programs is the responsibility of Global Affairs Canada. The government’s purpose is to promote understanding among people, cultivate global citizens, assist leaders, and contribute to the growth of nations.
Government of Canada
As the head of state, the prime minister presides over a council of ministers. On the advice of the prime minister, the sovereign picks the members of the Cabinet, who are traditionally chosen from the House of Commons or, less frequently, the Senate.
Worth of Scholarships
Studying for 10 or 12 months can earn you CAD 10,200 or CAD 12,700 in Canada’s Government Scholarships.
Use of Funds
The funds should be used towards;
1.visa or study-work permit fees,
2.airfare for the scholarship recipient only through the most direct and economical route,
4.living expenses, such as accommodation, utilities, and food,
5.ground transportation, including a public transportation pass; and food
6.books and supplies required for the candidate’s study or research, excluding computers and other equipment.
Eligibility Criteria for the Scholarships
To be eligible for Government of Canada Scholarships, you must be from 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, Tanzani, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Ethiopia, Uganda.
A list of prerequisites for applying for the Scholarship
- It is a requirement of the program that you must be enrolled full-time and paying tuition at an accredited postsecondary school in an eligible nation or territory at the time of your application and for the whole exchange period. A Designated Learning Institution (DLI) is required for any Canadian post-secondary institution (DLI).
- Student exchange agreements must be in place that waive tuition fees for scholarship recipients in order to be eligible. Ensure that you meet the qualifying conditions for Government of Canada Scholarships before you begin the application process.
|List Of Government Of Canada Scholarships|
|Scholarship Name||Eligible Applicants||Who Applies|
|Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development (SEED) – for mid-career professionals||Mid-career professionals from ASEAN countries||Individual candidates|
|Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development (SEED) – for students||Students from ASEAN countries||Canadian institution|
|Study in Canada Scholarships||Students from: Algeria, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kenya, Libya, Morocco, Nepal, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Taiwan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, and Ukraine||Canadian institution|
|Canada-CARICOM Skills Training for the Green Economy Scholarships||Students from CARICOM countries||Canadian colleges and institutes|
|Canada-China Scholars’ Exchange Program||Chinese graduates, teachers, researchers and senior professionals||Individual candidates|
|Emerging Leaders in the Americas Program||Students from Latin America and the Caribbean||Canadian institution|
|Canada-CARICOM Faculty Leadership Program||Faculty or staff at post-secondary institutions in CARICOM countries||Canadian institution|
How to Apply for Government of Canada Scholarships
- Visit educanad.ca
- Consider coming to Canada to study or conduct research, and then look into the various scholarship options available to help you pay for your studies or research expenses.
- Explore the database by country of origin to uncover scholarships, fellowships, and other funding opportunities offered by Global Affairs Canada and other Canadian federal government agencies.
- The following are the different categories of scholarships:
- Postdoctoral Researchers: International students can apply for grants to study and do research in Canada.
- Faculty and Researchers: Research grants for Canadian and international faculty
- Universities: Scholarships for international students to study in Canada
The application deadline for the scholarship varies.