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Why apply for a scholarship in Canada?

A scholarship is a great way to help pay your study and living expenses.

Gaining a scholarship - whether undergraduate or postgraduate - may mean you don’t have to find part-time work, giving you more time to focus on your education.

Many scholarships for international students - including PhD scholarships and scholarships for Masters’ degrees - are offered by the New Zealand Government, other governments, educational institutions and philanthropists.

Whether it’s meeting the Prime Minister of New Zealand or networking with business leaders, gaining a scholarship can open the door to unique and exclusive experiences.

You will build lifelong connections with faculty, staff, students and fellow scholarship students - the next generation of leaders and innovators. The pastoral care from your institution will help you make the most of your time in New Zealand.

Gaining a scholarship marks you out as an exceptional high-achiever and can make you a more attractive job candidate after you graduate.

University scholarships and scholarships from other types of institutions give you a unique selling-point on your CV that can help you stand out from the crowd. Leverage your scholarship on the global job market to help you achieve the career you’re aiming for.

Scholarships are highly competitive but not all are based on academic achievement - some consider factors such as country of origin, area of study or leadership potential.

Increase your chances of success by finding a scholarship that matches your qualifications and by allowing yourself plenty of time to apply.

If you’re not able to gain a scholarship, remember that New Zealand is a value-for-money destination that allows you to offset your costs by working while you study.


How to apply

Gaining a scholarship requires good advance planning. Improve your chances of successfully applying for a scholarships for international students by following these simple tips.

Obtaining a scholarship necessitates careful planning ahead of time. Follow these basic guidelines to improve your chances of receiving international student scholarships.

Most scholarship qualifications and requirements are non-negotiable. Don't apply for a scholarship until you meet all of the prerequisites and conditions.

If you're not sure if you meet all of the requirements for a scholarship, contact the scholarship's administrator to discuss your situation.

If you want to apply for more than one scholarship, do so at the same time. Fill out a separate application for each scholarship, making sure to use the appropriate application form.

Scholarships are quite competitive, so you should begin looking for money as soon as you have decided to study in Canada.

It can take a long time to gather all of the papers needed to apply for a scholarship. Start planning long ahead of the deadline, especially if you need others to provide you with references or documentation.

In your scholarship application, you may be requested to supply a lot of information. Information regarding your study goals, academic performance, financial conditions, topic of study, and referees may be included.

Don't forget to gather all the information you need. Double-check your application before sending it to make sure you haven't forgotten anything.

Some scholarship applications ask for "certified copies" of academic records or other papers. Certified copies must be stamped or approved by someone authorised by law to accept statutory declarations in your nation as true copies of the original. Lawyers and Justices of the Peace are among those authorised to certify copies of documents in Canada.

Request that a friend or family member proofread your application to verify that it is clear, well-written, and free of spelling and grammatical problems.

You might have to wait a time to find out if your application was accepted. If you haven't heard anything yet, the selection process is probably still ongoing.

Around 5000 scholarships are provided in Canada for overseas students every year. There are more than 500 programs in Canada from which you can choose. In comparison with other countries the population of Canada is quite low, due to which overseas students get an opportunity to claim the sponsorships and allows the overseas applicants to work and study in Canada.

Claiming education from top ranked universities of Canada may allow students to get good job opportunities and high quality education from the best faculties.