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Memorial international awards – University of Ottawa Canada

  • Partial Funding $2000
  • University of Ottawa
  • Undergraduate
  • Engineering
  • International Students
  • Canada

Open

Scholarship Description:

Memorial international awards – University of Ottawa Canada is open for International Students . The scholarship allows Undergraduate level programm(s) in the field of Engineering taught at University of Ottawa . The deadline of the scholarship is Open.

Degree Level:

Memorial international awards – University of Ottawa Canada is available to undertake Undergraduate level programs at University of Ottawa.

Available Subjects:

Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.

  • Engineering
  • Eligible Nationalities:

    international students are eligible.

    Scholarship Benefits:

    The University of Ottawa is providing $2,000 award is given to applicants with a minimum admission average of 80% and who fulfil the eligibility criteria.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following/given criteria:

    • Must be international students.
    • Must be female students admitted to the Faculty of Engineering.

    Application Procedure:

    To apply for the opportunity, students are recommended to take admission in the undergraduate degree programme at the university. After this students must submit a letter explaining why they are applying to an engineering program

Canada-CARICOM Faculty Leadership Program

Competition: Closed for the 2020-2021 academic year
Who applies: Canadian institutions
NOTE: Only Canadian institutions can submit applications on behalf of candidates. They may choose to set their own internal deadline to receive supporting documentation.

Description: The Canada-CARICOM Faculty Leadership Program provides faculty or international liaison officers/managers, from the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), with short-term exchange opportunities for professional development, graduate study or research at Canadian post-secondary institutions.

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Guidelines

The goal of the Canada-CARICOM Faculty Leadership Program is to support international collaboration between Canadian post-secondary institutions and institutions in the CARICOM, through professional development opportunities for faculty and researchers. Faculty or international liaison officers/managers, hereby referred to as “candidates”, must be employed full-time as faculty or as international liaison officers/managers at a recognized institution at the time of application and during the entire duration of their professional development, study or research stay in Canada.

Canadian post-secondary institutions

Canadian institutions are:

  • responsible for submitting applications on behalf of eligible candidates from institutions in CARICOM member states; and
  • encouraged to promote this scholarship opportunity to faculty and staff members, as well as to partner institutions in the CARICOM.

Canadian institutions with successful candidates:

  • should identify a single person responsible for the administration of the contribution agreement and another person with delegated signing authority; and
  • will receive contribution funding from Global Affairs Canada to disburse as scholarships to recipients.

Non-Canadian candidates from eligible countries

Candidates interested in this scholarship program should contact their home institution to:

  • make their interest known;
  • find out if there is an existing institutional collaboration or exchange agreement with a Canadian institution; and
  • request information about the application process and selection criteria specific to the Canadian institution.

Selected candidates are encouraged to:

  • ensure that they fulfill the requirements of the Canadian institution including academic requirements and language proficiency;
  • submit their visa application as early as possible and follow the procedures of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada as outlined by the Canadian institution (generally a study permit is required for course work and a work permit is required for research); and
  • contact alumni of the program through their home institution for advice and a local perspective on the scholarship experience.

NOTE: Students are expected to return to complete their studies at their home institutions upon completion of the scholarship period.

Non-Canadian institutions from eligible countries

Non-Canadian institutions are encouraged to:

  • communicate with partner institutions in Canada to confirm or explore institutional collaborations and student exchange agreements;
  • promote this scholarship opportunity through their international offices;
  • identify strong candidates who meet the admission requirements for the Canadian partner institution;
  • provide the candidates’ documents to the Canadian partner institution, which is responsible for submitting the scholarship applications; and
  • propose to selected candidates to gain additional linguistic training, academic upgrading and cultural preparedness before their departure.

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