A golden opportunity to be accepted into the Canadian Embassy scholarship offered by the Government of Canada for students to study bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral disciplines with full funding, including immigration expenses and bringing the family to Canada.
The Embassy of Canada is opening a scholarship for international students. The scholarships cover tuition fees, air tickets, visa costs as well as allowances.
About the scholarship
The Canadian Embassy Scholarships 2022 is open to international applicants. To apply for these scholarships, you need to go to the Embassy of Canada. All international students are eligible to apply. Scholarships are offered for Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degree programmes. Any international student seeking to study in Canada on a scholarship must go through the appropriate application process and requirements. Canadian Embassy Scholarships are also funded including Canadian Government Scholarships and University Scholarships. In scholarships more than 6000 degree programs are offered at Canadian universities.
Scholarship Admission Criteria
English is required
You have good academic performance
Evidence of acceptance
Proof of financial support
Quebec Certificate of Acceptance (CAQ)
Guardianship declaration (minors only), or
Canadian Embassy Scholarship Benefits
Tuition fees covered
1 air ticket
Visa costs and additional immigration fees
Ease of bringing the family
How to apply for the scholarship?
You can apply through the official link at the end of the article, through the following steps:
After clicking on the official link, you will be directed to the official page of the opportunity (after making an automatic verification of the link)
You will find the data form, fill in all the data on the official website
Click on Apply
Make sure you get an email to confirm your application for the opportunity
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Summary of the Canadian Embassy Scholarship 2022
Opportunity Type: Grants and Fellowships
Completion date: ASAP
Open to: Students from developing countries
Organizer: Embassy of Canada