With strong academic grades and well-rounded experiences, you might just qualify for one of the many scholarships, programs or funding opportunities created for international students just like you who choose to study abroad in Canada.
Visit the International Scholarships website to learn about the opportunities for non-Canadians.
It is important that you communicate directly with the schools where you have submitted applications. Some of them may have scholarships or awards for international students intended to recognize high academic achievement, leadership or financial need. You may also find that there are scholarships available through your own government or local business associations. It is very important that you have a plan to meet your financial needs while studying in Canada before beginning your studies.
While studying abroad in Canada is less expensive than going to university or college in other countries, many international students also choose to supplement their studies through:
For detailed information on scholarships that are available to you, please contact your nearest Canadian Embassy. Imagine studying in Canada!