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Home to one of the world’s most respected higher education systems, and one of the most coveted destinations for international students, Canada unfortunately doesn’t come cheap. For those keen to study in Canada but in need of financial support, we’ve rounded up a selection of scholarships for international students, provided by the Canadian government, individual Canadian universities, and other organizations.
Canadian government scholarships
- Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships– Canadian government scholarships and fellowships offered to international students undertaking postgraduate study within the natural and social sciences or health research.
- Canada Graduate Scholarships – Master’s Program– Scholarships for Canadian students enrolled on a master’s degree or PhD at a (CGS-M allocated) university in Canada.
- IDRC Research Awards– Canadian government scholarships for students from developing countries to undertake a master’s or doctoral-level research degree at a recognized Canadian university.
- NSERC Postgraduate scholarships– Various Canadian government scholarships, grants and awards available to outstanding students undertaking study in the natural sciences or engineering at an accredited Canadian university. Funded by the NSERC.
- Organization of American States (OAS) Academic Scholarship Program– Canadian government scholarships from the Organization of American States (OAS), open to graduate students from any OAS member state (including selected countries in Latin America and the Caribbean islands).
- Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships Program– Canadian government scholarships available to doctoral students internationally, to study in Canada at a participating university.
For more information on Canadian government scholarships and for more external funding opportunities, visit the Government of Canada’s scholarship homepage or contact the Canadian Ministry of Education in your home country.
Non-governmental scholarships to study in Canada
- Anne Vallee Ecological Fund– Scholarships for international students undertaking animal research at doctoral level at an accredited Canadian university in Québec or British Columbia.
- Trudeau Scholarships and Fellowships– The Trudeau Foundation offers a number of scholarships, fellowships and mentorships to international students at doctoral level undertaking study in Canada at selected institutions.
- Concordia University International Undergraduate Awards– Various scholarships for international students to study in Canada at Concordia University in Montréal, open to international students at undergraduate level.
- HEC Montréal BBA Entrance Scholarships– Merit-based Canadian scholarships for international students entering into the Bachelor of Business Administration program at HEC Montréal. No separate application is required.
- Queen’s University International Scholarships– A number of scholarships for international students to study in Canada at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. Some awards solely open to students from India, Pakistan and the US.
- UBC International Leader of Tomorrow Award– Merit-based Canadian scholarships to study at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, open to undergraduate students who demonstrate leadership skills and exceptional academic achievement.
- UBC Graduate Scholarships– A searchable database of scholarships for master’s and PhD students at the University of British Columbia, including the university’s four-year doctoral fellowships and Graduate Support Initiative.
- University of Calgary International Scholarships– A selection of scholarships for international students to study in Canada at the University of Calgary. Awards range from $500 to $60,000.
- University of Waterloo International Funding– A variety of Canadian scholarships on offer to international students undertaking a master’s degree or doctoral program at the University of Waterloo.
For more information regarding funding opportunities to study in Canada, contact your local Canadian embassy. For more general information about studying in Canada, visit SBE’s complete guide to studying abroad in Canada.