Did you know that 1 in 5 first-year students receive a scholarship at General International Undergraduate Scholarships? Learn about the Admission-based and Application-based scholarship opportunities below and see what may be available for you.
Whether you’re a scholastic achiever, community leader, or well-rounded student, the University of Alberta awards $34 million each year in undergraduate scholarships, awards, and financial support to all kinds of students.
You could be starting with scholarships you don’t even have to apply for! You will be evaluated for these scholarships when you apply for admission. Your eligibility will be based on your high school admission average at the time of your admission offer. If you are eligible for an admission-based scholarship you will be contacted directly!
- University or Organization: Unversity of Alberta
- Department: N/A
- Course Level: Undergraduate degree
- Awards: Varies
- Number of Awards: N/A
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: International
- The award can be taken in Canada
Scholarships can be classified into three main parts as follows;
Top students could receive up to $5,000 CAD, depending on the admission average.
Top students from certain regions could receive up to $5,000 CAD, based on the admission average.
The top 5% of students in each faculty could receive up to $6,000, depending on the admission average.
Students with a superior admission average and demonstrated leadership qualities entering their first year of an undergraduate degree on a Student Visa Permit could receive up to $120,000 CAD (payable over 4 years).
Well-rounded leaders with superior academics may receive up to $10,000 CAD.
Students with a superior admission average and self-declared financial need entering their first year of an undergraduate degree on a Student Visa Permit who are Chinese or Hong Kong citizens could receive up to $100,000 (payable over 4 years).
Students with superior academics, strong International Baccalaureate Diploma academic standing, indicated the financial need and demonstrated leadership who will be entering their first year of an undergraduate degree program from Aga Khan Academies operating under the AKA agency of the Aga Khan Development Network, who will be studying in Canada on a Student Visa Permit could receive up to $53,000 per year for a maximum of 4 years.