Government of Canada Scholarships to international Students Fully-Funded

Government of Canada Scholarships to international Students Fully-Funded

The government of Canada will be awarding at least 50 scholarships in this year’s competition for the Canada scholarships studies 2022-23. Though the number is expected to increase each year.

So, interested candidates are to apply now for a study place in the Canadian post-secondary institution of their choice. Then, the institution can now apply for the scholarships on their behalf.

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Studying in Canada Scholarships provides students from post-secondary institutions in the eligible countries great opportunities. They have a short-term exchange opportunities  to study and research in Canadian  post- secondary institutions at the college of undergraduate and graduate levels.

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Scholarship Sponsor(s):Government of Canada (DFATD)

Scholarship type: Full funded scholarships

Host Institution(s): Canadian post-secondary institutions

Scholarship worth: Up to CAD 12,700 for six months

Number of Awards: 50 per year (though may increase)

Study level: Undergraduate, Masters, Ph.D.

Nationality:  Non-Canadian Citizens

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Qualification Criteria-Government of Canada Scholarships 

Intending Candidates Must be any of the following eligible countries/territories:

  • Asia: Bangladesh, Nepal, Taiwan
  • Europe: Turkey, Ukraine
  • Middle East and North Africa : Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia
  • Sub-Saharan Africa: Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal, Uganda and Tanzania.
  • They should enroll as a full-time student at post-secondary institution in a qualified country/territory and should be paying school fees to that institution at the time of application and with the full duration of the exchange.

 What Canadian Post-Secondary Institution Must Do

  • Must be designated learning Institution (DLI)
  • Should have a valid student exchange agreement with the candidate’s home institution .This waives tuition fees for scholarship recipients. However, for college and undergraduate research applications without agreement, a letter issued by the Canadian institution international officer or equivalent will be accepted.
  • Must inform the candidate and their home institution of any mandatory fees that in exceptional cases can’t be waived. Before applying for a scholarship on the candidate’s behalf.

Government of Canada Scholarships Benefits

The value of the Scholarship is CAD 10,200 or CAD 12,700. Though it depends on study duration and the funds    and it should be towards the following:

  • Visa or work/study permit fees
  • Airfare for scholarship recipients through the most direct and economical route.
  • The health insurance
  • Other living expenses like accommodation, utilities and food.
  • Land transportation such as public transport passes
  • For book and other supplies for the recipient’s study or research. Though it excludes computers and other equipment.

Procedures for application, Roles and Responsibilities

 For Canadian Institutions

  • They are to submit applications on behalf of eligible candidates
  • Helps to promote the scholarship opportunities to their faculty and staff members. And as well to help partner institutions from the eligible countries/territories.
  • Take part in ranking applications depending on the institution’s strategic priorities
  • Must identify every single person responsible for the submission of applications
  • Should sign a contribution agreement with DFATD and also disburse scholarship funds to the successful candidates and also submit qualitative and quantitative reports during the scholarship period.

What interested Candidates should Do

For international students who wish to receive these scholarships, they must do the following:

  • Must make their interest know to their home institution
  • Should find out if there’s an existing institutional collaboration or exchange agreement with their home institution and a Canadian institution.
  • Must make a formal request from their home institution about the application process and also choose criteria specific to the Canadian partner institution
  • Should ensure that they meet the eligibility requirements.
Duties of Post-Secondary Institutions from the Eligible Countries/Territories
  • Must communicate with partner institutions in Canada and ensure collaborations and student exchange agreements.
  • Helps to promote the scholarships opportunity via their international offices
  • Helps to identify candidates that meet the eligibility and admission requirements for the Canadian partner institution.
  • Should provide the supporting documents for their candidates to the Canadian partner institution. Also, is responsible for submitting the scholarship applications.
  • Responsible to advise the chosen candidates to gain additional linguistic training and intercultural skills before their departure.

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