I want to know about the scholarships in Canada?

Asked by riddhi desai over 1 year ago

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Diksha Garg

Diksha Garg

Supply Chain Management expert

Canada is a really good place for master's programs. In the past few years, the number of international students has constantly been growing in Canada. Compared to the top countries, USA and UK, Canada is a cheaper country for masters and lifestyle. All this doesn't degrade the education there; you get as good programs there as anywhere else.


But even if Canada is cheaper than the USA and UK, it can still be expensive. For instance, if you choose the top universities there, like the University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, McGill, University of Waterloo, Alberta etc., it can cost you around 30 lakhs annual tuition fee. So, you will definitely need some financial aid to study in Canada.


One of these aids is scholarships. Scholarships are very famous because every student has secured some kind of scholarship. It can cover around 20% of your total expense or, in some cases, more based on the scholarship itself. I have some scholarships remembered that is one of the most popular ones there. Have a look -


Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship
Canada-ASEAN SEED
IDRC Research Awards
Vanier Graduate Scholarships 30 l
Ontario Graduate Scholarships

These scholarships are valued anywhere from 10-30 lakhs. Based on the scholarship and its provider, the amount differs. Also, keep in mind that most of the scholarships for Canada are merit-based. Automatically, it means that you have to be better than the other candidates. Try maintaining a strong and extensive profile that has academics, curricula, and experience included.

If you are confused about how to check whether your profile matches the requirements of scholarships or how to apply for any scholarship, I suggest that you directly get in touch with Study Abroad Experts here. They will analyze your profile and will let you know about the most suited scholarships. They can also help you with the complete application process for FREE. 

 

Let me know how this pans out and if you want any more information from my end. 

 


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