Study In Canada Scholarship (Scholarships In Canada) 2021

hi my name is tony from darlington academy in this video we’ll look at the study in canada   scholarships aimed to welcome international students from a wide range of countries and   territories on short-term exchanges for study or research at a college undergraduate and graduate   levels in canadian institutions here’s the list of what we’ll cover in this topic one   scholarship value and duration two scholarship eligible expenses three   eligibility criteria four application process roles and responsibilities   five selection process six selected candidates seven terms and conditions   eight important information remember to hit the subscribe button and the notification   bell to be aware when we make further videos let’s quickly dive in one scholarship value and duration   funding for study in canada scholarships is made available by global affairs canada   through its legal title the department of foreign affairs trade and development or dfatd

the canadian institution will receive funding from dfatd for all successful candidates in the form of   a contribution agreement and will be responsible for providing the funds to scholarship recipients   the scholarship value varies depending on the duration of studies   10 200 canadian dollars for college undergraduate and graduate students   masters and phd for a minimum of four months or one academic term of study or research   or 12 700 canadian dollars for graduate students masters and phd for a period of five to six months   of study or research in addition to the funds allocated to the recipients by dfatd

the Canadian host institution may also claim 500 Canadian dollars per scholarship recipient   to assist with administrative costs once the scholarship recipient arrives in Canada   two scholarship eligible expenses canadian institutions will disburse scholarship funds   to the scholarship recipient to contribute to the following costs visa or study or work permit fees   airfare for the scholarship recipient only to travel to canada by the most direct and economical   route

and return airfare upon completion of the scholarship health insurance living expenses such   as accommodation utilities and food ground public transportation including a public transportation   pass and books and supplies required for the recipient’s study or research excluding   computers and other equipment three eligibility criteria candidates must be citizens of one of

the following eligible countries or 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.   candidates must be enrolled as full-time students at post-secondary institutions   in the eligible countries or territories and paying any tuition fees required by these   institutions at

the time of application and for the full duration of the exchange   who hold canadian citizenship or permanent residency or who have a pending application   for permanent residency in Canada are not eligible already participating in an exchange scholarship   program funded by the government of Canada are not eligible and already enrolled in a program   at a Canadian post-secondary institution are not eligible. four application process   roles and responsibilities candidates interested in this scholarship program should first contact   their home institution find out if there is an existing institutional collaboration   or exchange agreement with a canadian institution

and request information about the exchange program   application process and selection criteria specific to the Canadian partner institution   and provide all required documents must provide a letter of intent explaining the nature of studies   or research to be undertaken the rationale for study in Canada and for the choice of institution   program and supervisor and how the proposed program of study or research relates to their   future career do not apply on their own behalf as all applications are submitted by

the Canadian   institutions on behalf of the candidates home institutions communicate with partner institutions   in canada to confirm or explore institutional collaborations and student exchange agreements   are responsible for identifying strong academic candidates who meet the admission requirements of   the canadian partner institution and for providing the candidates documents to the canadian partner   institution promote

this scholarship opportunity through their international offices ask selected   candidates to upgrade their linguistic academic and intercultural skills before their departure   Canadian institutions must apply on behalf of the candidate or candidates   by submitting the online application form and uploading all supporting documents   prior to the deadline 5. selection process the following guidelines are followed for the review   assessment and selection of applications all online applications received by the deadline will   be pre-screened to ensure

they meet eligibility requirements established for the program   eligible and complete applications including the supporting documents will be evaluated   based on the following criteria merit of the research or study to be undertaken in canada   benefit to the home institution and peers benefit to the Canadian institution supervisor and peers   and strength of linkages to be created through the proposed exchange the Canadian institution   will be required to rank

its eligible applications based on its institutional strategic priorities   conditions only applications submitted directly by canadian institutions will be considered   these scholarships are subject to the availability of funding from the government of canada   six selected candidates should submit their visa application as early as possible   and follow the procedures of immigration refugees and citizenship canada as outlined by the canadian   institution generally a study permit is required for coursework

and a work permit is required for   research contact alumni of the program through their home institution for advice and a local   perspective on the scholarship experience if applicable ensure that they fulfill the   requirements of the Canadian institution including academic requirements and language proficiency and   initiate the process for the transfer of credits to their home institution as soon as their   canadian courses have been identified seven terms

and conditions the following terms and conditions   must be met during the period of the scholarship the Canadian post-secondary institution must   be a designated learning institution or dli waive tuition and or administration fees for   scholarship recipients as selected students must be registered full-time and paying tuition to   their home institution 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 enter into an agreement with the recipient stating that funding for   the scholarship is provided by the department of foreign affairs trade and development or dfatd the   recipient must provide the Canadian institution with records to account for major expenses such   as travel and lodging and the recipient agrees to have their contact information shared with dfatd   for reasons such as to be invited to join

the government of canada scholars alumni association   or gcsaa to attend events organized by the Canadian embassy high commission or Canadian trade office   in their home country or territory and by dfatd in Canada or for promotional and statistical purposes   and submit qualitative and quantitative reports during the scholarship period   scholarship recipients must engage in full-time studies or research as defined by the canadian   institution must be proficient in

the language of instruction at the canadian institution   English or french before their arrival in Canada as the scholarship does not cover   language training language requirements are set by each Canadian institution   may not hold any other scholarship granted by the government of canada carrying out   a semester-based study exchange must arrive in canada by september for the fall semester   or by january for the winter semester enrolled in pharmacy medicine dentistry or other health fields

are excluded from clinical training or clinically oriented research involving direct patient care   must ensure that they have appropriate health insurance for the full duration of the scholarship   as for the policies of the canadian institution must focus primarily on   full-time studies or research during their stay in Canada and are expected to return to their   home institutions after the scholarship period in order to complete their studies

eight important information applications at the college or undergraduate levels   must be accompanied by a valid student exchange agreement between the canadian institution and the   candidate’s home institution the agreement must state the tuition fees are waived for scholarship   recipients college or undergraduate applications or research traineeships or internships at   canadian institutions with no exchange agreements or mou’s with

the candidate’s home institutions   are also accepted such applications must be accompanied by a letter issued by the   Canadian institution’s international office or equivalent linking the application to a specific   international research collaboration naming the Canadian supervisor who has agreed to mentor   the student during the scholarship period and confirming that tuition fees if any will be waived   for the recipient such a letter must be uploaded in lieu of an inter-institutional agreement

for graduate applications an inter-institutional agreement is desirable but not mandatory if   there is no existing exchange agreement graduate applications which involve a new or established   collaboration between professors from a canadian institution and the candidate’s home institution   will be accepted applications submitted directly by a candidate or their home institution will not   be accepted scholarships cannot be deferred and are not renewable scholarships are not taxable for   either

the canadian institution or the scholarship recipient interested candidates are encouraged to   check with their home institution to obtain the internal deadlines of the canadian institution   and the home institution home institutions are required to send the candidates supporting   documents to Canadian institutions by their established internal deadline.

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