View the latest information about Canada scholarships for African students on this page of scholarship-positions.com. Canada is one of the preferred destinations for African students to take their education to another level. Government of Canada, Canadian universities and other organizations are funding various scholarships for African students for promoting their education in Canada.
African students who want to upgrade their education in Canada can avail these scholarships and grants offered by the prominent universities and organizations. This financial assistance is offered specifically to the students of Africa to pursue higher studies in various fields such as Engineering, Agriculture, Law, Economics, Finance, Human rights, Public Administration, Management, etc.
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Below you will find the most comprehensive listing of recent grants and scholarships to support African students in pursuing their degree level in Canada. Take a quick look at the fellowships and scholarships stated below for African students in Canada.
The University of Toronto is inviting application for clinical fellowships to take up training in all programs available within the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology. Fellowships are available for one or two years. Minimum acceptable scores are an overall score of 93 with a minimum score of 24 on the Speaking section. Online applications for July 2020 will be accepted in early July 2019.
All the applications must be submitted by September 1, annually.
Center for Studies in Religion and Society at the University of Victoria awards four to six visiting research fellowships for Canadian and international scholars annually. This is a non-stipendiary appointment with no cash value. Fellowships are awarded for working on research projects in the area of religion and society. Online applications for 2020 dune on June 30, 2019.
The annual application deadlines are June 30 (for winter/spring arrival) and January 31 (for summer/fall arrival).
Canada scholarships for African students are available to undertake a master degree at the University of Ottawa. The value of the scholarship is $15,000 for a period of one year. The candidate must demonstrate a significant interest in human rights which will be evident from her or his personal, professional and/or academic experience.
The application should be submitted till June 13.
McGill University is offering doctoral fellowships for new graduate students. Fellowships are $35,000 per annum, renewable twice. Applicants must submit their application and supporting documents to the Department/Unit/School where they intend to study.
The last date of submitting applications is June 15.
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