The University of Ottawa has declared millions of scholarship for African understudies for the 2022/2023 Academic Year. The entry and excellence scholarship will give incoming students a four-year grant to take care of the partial cost of their college educational tuition.
Entrance and Excellence Scholarship for African Students Studying in English
The University of Ottawa is glad for the variety of its global student body. This renewable scholarship is offered to worldwide students who are residents of African nations, who are admitted in the Fall 2022 term (September start date) or later with an admission normal of 80% or higher, who are studying on English, and who sign up for one of the predefined undergrad programs in the faculties of Engineering, Science, or Social Sciences. This significant financial contribution to their schooling decreases their educational expenses by $17,500 – $25,000 for the excellence scholarship and by $12,000 – $20,000 for the entrance scholarships, depending on the program yearly.
All students who are qualified for this scholarship will instantly receive it, upon enrollment. It will be applied straight/direct to their educational expenses.
The Entrance scholarship can’t be joined with the Excellence Scholarship for African Students Studying in English.
Our scholarship program is one of the best found in Canada. It rewards your pre-college scholarly accomplishments as well as your accomplishments each term of full-time learn at University. The new scholarship will give African students studying on English access to various experimental runs programs in three pilots for a fundamentally diminished cost of educational cost.
In a bid to help students all through the application process, the University of Ottawa will have various virtual meetings to respond to questions and guide imminent students on the application process.
All qualified students are considered for this honor and will be notified at the time of their admission. Although, there is no application is expected for this scholarship, beneficiaries will be asked to submit proof of citizenship of a country of region in Africa prior to accepting their first installments.