1068 Scholarships to Study in Canada

Pearson PTE Academic

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Essex Pathways Bursary

The University is offering a bursary of up to £1,500 for students who achieve a 1st or 2.1 degree in year 0 and progress to year 1 at the University of Essex. ...


Agnes McLachlan Scholarship

Awarded for general proficiency to a candidate who achieved high standing in Grade 12U, or equivalent, French. ...


International Baccalaureate Excellence Scholarship

International Baccalaureate Excellence Scholarship is available to international students, who achieve academic excellence in their International Baccalaureate exam. ...


Duolingo English Test

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The Dr Elmer Morrissey Memorial Scholarship

Dr Elmer Morrissey graduated from UCC with a BE in 2002 and PhD in 2006. The Trustees of the Dr Elmer Morrissey Memorial Scholarship, consisting of classmates, colleagues and friends of the late Dr Morrissey, have raised a fund fo...

Bachelor, Master
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Chinese-English Translation Scholarships

If you’re an international student studying one of our Chinese-English Translation and Interpreting programmes, you could be eligible for a scholarship, through the Chinese-English Scholarship. There are five scholarships availabl...


Undergraduate EU Scholarship

This scholarship scheme is for EU undergraduate students studying as new students who are classified as international students for fees purposes. ...

Up to £15,000 for a three-year course

Janet and Thomas McLachlan Scholarship

Awarded to a student entering the first year of any direct-entry undergraduate program at Queen's University for high standing in Grade 12U, or equivalent, English. ...


The John Kelly Prize in Clinical Surgery

The friends, past students and admirers of John Kelly, MB, FRCS, a former Lecturer in Surgery in University College Cork, subscribed a fund of €1,182 for the provision of an annual prize to be known as "The John Kelly Prize i...

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Universitas 21 Alumni Scholarship

The Universitas 21 Alumni Scholarship is payable only toward the tuition fees of successful applicants. ...

partial tuition scholarship

Essex Global Partner Scholarship

If you're an international student studying at one of our Global Partner Institutions listed and are self-funding your undergraduate studies, you could be eligible for a scholarship, which you'll receive as a tuition fee discount ...


Churchill First Generation Awards

Established in February 2018 by the Churchill Foundation and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to first-generation students entering first year of any undergraduate degree program under the First Generation Admission Po...


The Essex MBA Dean's Award

Essex Business School is offering tuition fee discounts to students funding their own MBA studies. The school is able to offer fee discounts between 10% - 100% of tuition fee value. ...

10% - 100% of tuition fee value.

Lochlann Quinn School of Business VPI Discretionary Scholarship

The Quinn School of Business VPI Discretionary Scholarship is funded by the UCD College of Business and aims to attract excellent candidates to full-time undergraduate business degree programmes and to encourage early application....

partial tuition scholarships

George J. Mitchell Peace Scholarship

In recognition of the historic role of George J. Mitchell in advancing the security, hope and opportunity for generations in Ireland and Northern Ireland, the George J. Mitchell Peace Scholarship has been established. The purpose ...

full fees

Black, Arab and Mature Students Bursary

The University of Essex is offering a bursary to black, Arab or mature students who are starting an eligible postgraduate course, and have previously also completed their undergraduate studies at the University of Essex. This appl...


Find University Scholarships and Student Aid in Canada

Wondering how to get a college scholarship for your false studies in Canada? We provide an extensive list of scholarship opportunities for universities in Canada, including the best national and international scholarships, fellowships, college and university grants, free scholarships, federal funding, and other forms of student financial aid.

You can apply for university scholarships in Canada including funding for high school seniors, financial aid for college students, graduate school scholarships, postgraduate scholarships, and more, all available in our extensive scholarship database.

Find the right scholarship in Canada, for a wide variety of academic degrees, including business and management scholarships, engineering scholarships, law school or medical school scholarships, as well as sports, arts, or music scholarships to help pay for your studies abroad.

Both partially-funded and fully-funded scholarships abound for those that want to study in Canada. Universities in Canada and Government of Canada offer scholarships to local citizens and international students every year. By 2020, the number of international students on scholarships in Canada is expected to rise to 500,000 from 350,000 in 2015. Scholarship opportunities in Canada cut across undergraduate, Masters and PhD levels. There are also gender-based scholarship opportunities in Canada.

One popular Canadian scholarship is the University of Winnipeg President’s Scholarship which awards a partial tuition waiver of CAD$3500 to international students. One scholarship open to locals only is the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Postdoctoral fellowship program which provides a $45,000 (per year for two years) scholarship opportunity to study Post Doctorate in Astronomy, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Physics at the council. One fully-funded scholarship opportunity is the Francophone Scholarship Program (CFSP) offered by the Canadian government for Francophone developing countries’ students for university studies leading to Masters and PhD degrees, or for short-term internships, or for vocational and technical training.