undergraduate financial aid for International Students at Ryerson University, Canada 2012-2013
Study Subject(s):Courses which are being offered by the university are eligible for this Scholarship
Course Level:This Scholarship is available for undergraduate program
Scholarship Provider: BMO Financial Group‡s philanthropic investments
The award can be taken at: Canada
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– Must be from traditionally underrepresented groups including women, visible minorities, international students, students with disabilities and aboriginal students
– Must be officially enrolled in a four-year full-time undergraduate degree program and enrolled in a minimum 4 units per term.
-Students entering first year with a minimum average of 80% in 6 U/M credits or equivalent will be considered for a $1,000 or $2,500 scholarship;
-students must have been full-time secondary school students during the previous 2011-12 academic year.
Scholarship Open for International Students: International students can apply for this application
Description: The BMO Financial Group‡s philanthropic investments include a variety of educational initiatives. They are committed to providing programs needed to benefit the broader community. The BMO Financial Group Diversity Scholarships at Ryerson University will provide enhanced access to post-secondary education for traditionally underrepresented groups including women, visible minorities, international students, students with disabilities and aboriginal students.
Number of Awards: There will be a total of up to 15 scholarships offered to students
Tenure of Award: Not Known value:Freshmen: $1,000 or $2,500, Second year and Third year: $1,000 or $2,500 scholarship
Selection Criteria: In the evaluation process, CGPA or U/M credits will be worth 5%, the budget will be worth 20% and your letter will be worth 75%, in the final ranking of scholarship recipients.
Notifications: Not Known
How to Apply: The applications are to be submitted by Post
application Deadline: For students entering first-year: October 1, 2012 For students currently in second or third year: March 1, 2013