The University of Calgary is a leading Canadian university located in Canada’s most entrepreneurial city. Ranked among Canada’s top 10 research universities, it is home to 73 Canada Research Chairs and more than 80 research institutes and centres that address society’s most pressing and emerging challenges.
The university is home to some 30 000 students, including 25 000 undergraduates, 6 000 graduates and some 500 post-doctoral researchers.
About 3 000 of its students are international students from some 125 countries.
Through its study abroad programme, the university sends more than 1,100 students to more than 80 locations around the world each year. This is made possible through partnerships and collaborative agreements with universities in 140 countries.
The University of Calgary is an exceptional and supportive community of students from around the world who wish to develop and enhance their skills.
A University of Calgary education means studying in an exceptional academic environment with highly respected professors and researchers. Through expertly taught classes, peers and hands-on experiences, students can explore their potential and develop for the future.
- Host University: University of Calgary;
- Host country: Canada;
- Level of study: Undergraduate;
- Type of Scholarship: Partially funded;
- Scholarship Amount: $20,000;
- Eligible Countries: International students;
- Available Subjects: All subjects;
- Application deadline: March 2023.
The International Entrance Scholarship is for international students in the fields of: Nursing, Arts, Education, Science, Business, Law, Social Work, Kinesiology and Veterinary Medicine to undertake their studies at the University of Calgary, Canada.
The following opportunities are available for scholarships at the University of Calgary:
- Energizing Canada International Entry Grant: Renewable annually: $20,000;
- The scholarship is awarded annually to international students in their first year of undergraduate studies at the University of Calgary. It may be renewed in the second, third and fourth years at the University of Calgary, provided recipients achieve a 3.00-grade point average with a minimum of 24.00 units in the preceding fall and winter semesters;
- Academic performance;
- Financial requirements;
- Priority is given to applicants pursuing a Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Health Sciences or Bachelor of Arts – Urban Studies;
- Available each year to international applicants who will be starting their first year in any undergraduate programme in the following autumn semester and who have met the University’s English language proficiency requirements.
- International students at differentiated rates who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
- Applicants can begin their application by creating a UCalgary eID;
- Using the application guide to complete their application;
- Submit their application and pay the $145 application fee.
- Depending on their application, the university will inform them how and where to submit the required documents to the Calgary Student Centre.
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