What is the scholarship policy for most schools in Canada? Do prospective international students really know how to apply for a Canadian scholarship?
The overall cost of studying in Canada is relatively cheap compared to several other countries. Therefore, there are not many scholarships available to international students.
However, this does not mean that students studying in Canada will not receive scholarships. In order to attract outstanding international students, Canadian schools have set up different forms of scholarships targeted at international students.
Some of these include admission scholarships, academic performance scholarships, bursaries, teaching assistant stipends, grant funding, and research assistant funds.
To apply for a scholarship, the applicant needs to prepare their application in advance. General schools will have their first round of review around December every year.
If the student submits a complete application in December, it will increase their chances of getting scholarships and admissions.