Canadian Scholarships and Awards Information for International Students , 2015

Studying in Canada is on average less expensive than study in the USA, the United Kingdom, or Australia

Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards

Athabasca University

Centennial College

Conestoga College Institute of
Technology & Advanced Learning

Dalhousie University

DeVry Institute of Technology

Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design

Fairleigh Dickinson University - Vancouver

George Brown - Toronto City College

HEC Montreal

Humber College Institute of
Technology and Advanced Learning

ILAC - International Language
Academy of Canada

Laurentian University

Memorial University

Scholarships and Financial Aid for International Students to Study in Canada

Queen's University

Thompson Rivers University

Trent University

University of Calgary

University of Lethbridge

University of Manitoba

University of Waterloo

Vancouver Island University
(formally Malaspina University College)

Michigan State University's Ranking in the 2014 Edition of Best Colleges is National Universities.

Graduate Scholarships & Awards

Athabasca University

HEC Montreal

Humber College Institute of
Technology and Advanced Learning

ILAC - International Language
Academy of Canada

Mineral Engineering Program
University of Toronto

Universtiy of Calgary

University of Manitoba

University of Montreal

University of Regina

University of Saskatchewan

University of Waterloo

TOEFL / TOEIC / IELTS Preparation

Fulbright Scholarship
Roothbert Fund Scholarship
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship
National Merit Scholarship Program
Google Anita Borg Scholarship
Gates Millennium Scholarship Program
Mabel and Lawrence S. Cooke Scholarship
Elks National Foundation Scholarship
Hope Scholarship
Rhodes Scholarship
Target Scholarship
McDonald’s Scholarship Program
Sam Walton Community Scholarship
Apple Scholars Scholarship Program
Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship Program
ASF Scholarships for Dutch and International Students at Amsterdam University

Online Scholarships Directory

Other Scholarships

There are various organisations within Canada that administer scholarship programs but they are usually for graduate students and professors who are studying or researching a specific subject; Canadian studies is a typical area for which scholarships are awarded. Students should also check within their home country through public and private organisations for any financial assistance they may provide to students looking to study abroad.

Canadian International Development Agency Scholarships
Several scholarships are available to students wishing to complete their studies in Canada.

International Council for Canadian Studies
Several awards are offered for internships, graduate, and post graduate research on Canada.

International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Funding
IDRC funds research activities that are designed to provide direct benefits to developing countries and their citizens.

International Scholarship Programs for Study in Canada
The Government of Canada offers awards to foreign students for study in Canada.

Ontario Graduate Scholarship Program (OGS)
This program is designed to encourage excellence in graduate studies at the master’s and doctoral levels.

Quebec Exemption from Differential Tuition Fees
The government of Québec grants an exemption from the additional financial contribution to students who qualify.

Québec Merit Fellowships Program for Foreign Students
Doctoral research scholarships, postdoctoral fellowship scholarships, and short-term research or professional development scholarships.

The Rotary Foundation's Ambassadorial Scholarships
The world's largest privately funded international scholarships program offers more than 1,000 scholarships per year.

Visiting Fellowships in Canadian Government Laboratories
The National Research Council (NRC) offers research associateships to promising emerging scientists and engineers.

The Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarships Programme
Fifteen new scholarships are offered every year to outstanding doctoral candidates in the social sciences and humanities.