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  1. 2021 GSEP SCHOLARSHIP FOR MASTERS STUDENTS FROM AFRICAN COUNTRIES IN CANADA

The Global Sustainable Electricity scholarship opens up applications for students from Africa to study in Canada for the 2021/2022 Academic session.

This is a non-profit, CEO-led organization of leading electricity companies driving sustenable energy development worldide throughcapacity building activities and small scale renewable energy projects.

Since 2001, GSEP has supported the next generation of electricity practitioners and academics with this scholarship. Their scholars are exceptional students from developing countries studing in sustainable energy development, who will be prepared to tackle the challenges of the future.

WORTH OF AWARD:

  • Up to $21,000 per year (2years max.)
  • Students who already receive full funding for their studies are not eligible for the scholarship and/or full amount of the scholarship.

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Undertake masters level studies in sustainable energy development
  • Be a citizen of a developing country/territory on the list of official development aid recipient identified by the Development of Co-operation Directorate (DAC) of the organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
  • Be committed to returning to their home countries after their studies to contribute to development
  • Be an outstanding student
  • Graduates with excellent grades in the top 20% of their class.
  • Is committed to sustainable energy development.
  • Has a history of community involvement.

HOW TO APPLY:

  • Fill in and prepare all the required documents
  • Create an account to access the outline form
  • Fill in the application form and upload all required documents
  • Submit your application.
  • The scholarship applicationcan take up to five hours to fill in if you have all the correct information in hand. All the information entered in the form will be automatically saved and you will be able to save the application and come back to it later
  • As the volume of incoming applications is extremely high around the deadline, they strongly urge you to submit your application as early as possible. Please note that applications sent by email or mail will not be accepted.

DEADLINE:

The application deadline for the 2021/2022 GSEP is March 8, 2021. They will contact successful applicants directly in May and their names will be posted on their website.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY:

https://www.globalelectricity.org/scholarship/

2. UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR AFRICAN STUDENTS AT FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY CANADA 2021

Fairleigh Dickinson University is currently inviting applications for its Undergraduate Scholarship program for international Students in Canada for the 2021/2022 session.

FDU offers a wide range of generous scholarship for our international students. Most scholarships ar based on academic merit and test scores and vary according to the program.

The university is a center of academic excellence dedicated to the preparation of the world citizens through global education. The university strives to provide students with the multi-disciplinary, intercultural and ethical understandings necessary to paarticipate, lead and prosper in the global marketplace of ideas, commerce and culture.

WORTH OF AWARD:

  • Up to $22,000.

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Based on academic merit
  • SAT/ACT required
  • Renewable up to four years
  • Meeting minimum criteria does not ensure receipt of an award
  • Subject to certain restrictions
  • Renewable based on continues full time enrollment, maintaining a good GPA and remaining in good standing at FDU.

HOW TO APPLY:

Apply online at FDU:

  • Create an account to submit an application.
  • Upload your documents. Supplemental application items and a checklist of required documents can be found on the forms and documents page.
  • Check your application status online by logging in your account.
  • Apply online using the common application

DEADLINES:

Fall semester (starts late July): July 1 deadline

CLICK HERE:

https://www.fdu.edu/admissions/international/scholarships/

3. 2021 UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA DIFFERENTIAL TUITION FEE EXEMPTION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS STUDYING IN FRENCH

In keeping with its commitment to the Francophonie, the University of Ottawa will offer a Differential Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship to international Francophone and Francophile students who are enrolled in a bachelor’s or master’s program as of September 2021. This significant contribution means that tuition fees paid by these international students will be nearly the same as those paid by Canadian students.

International students enrolled in a PhD program are eligible for the International Doctoral Scholarship.

Students who began their studies at the University of Ottawa before September 2021 should check the Differential tuition fee exemption webpage (before September 2021).

MASTERS DEGREE AND GRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMS:

The value of the Differential Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship depends on the program. For example, if you enroll in the Faculty of Science and tuition fees for international students are $8,490.60 for the Fall term, you will receive a scholarship of $5,500. This means you will only have to pay $2,990.60 in tuition fees.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

To be eligible for the Differential Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship, you must:

  • accept an offer of admission into a program of study offered only in French;

OR

  • hold a secondary or postsecondary diploma attesting to a minimum of two years of study in French; and
  • for programs that offer compulsory courses in both official languages (English and French), enrol in the compulsory courses offered in French.

The differential tuition fee exemption scholarship cannot be combined with the Education Bursary for International Master’s Students.

CONDITIONS FOR MAINTAINING THE DIFFERENTIAL TUITION FEE EXEMPTION SCHOLARSHIP:

In order to maintain a Differential Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship until the end of their graduate program (maximum 2 years, equivalent to 6 payments), students must:

  • be enrolled full time every term, and
  • for programs that offer compulsory courses in both official languages (English and French), enrol in the compulsory courses offered in French.
  • remain enrolled in a Faculty each term and not withdraw before the end of the program.

You can also see the Terms of reference of the Differential Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship – Master’s Degree for more details.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS:

The value of the Differential Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship depends on the program. For example, if you enroll in the Faculty of Arts and tuition fees for international students are $18,080.39 for the Fall term, you will receive a scholarship of $13,500. This means you would only pay $4,580.39 in tuition fees

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

To be eligible for the Differential Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship, international students must:

  • accept an offer of admission into a program offered in French; and
  • be enrolled full time and take at least three courses taught in French per term (9 units).

OR

  • accept an offer of admission into a program offered in English with a French immersion option; and
  • meet the admission requirements of the French Immersion stream; and
  • be enrolled full time and take at least three courses taught in French per term (9 units).

The Differential Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship can be combined with the President’s Scholarship or Chancellor’s Scholarship but not with the Education Bursary for International Students.

CONDITIONS FOR MAINTAINING THE DIFFEERENTIAL TUITION SCHOLARSHIP:

In order to continue to receive a Differential Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship until the end of an undergraduate program (maximum 5 years, equivalent to 10 payments), international students must:

  • be enrolled full time every term (except for the Spring-Summer term, during which part-time enrolment is allowed);
  • enrol in at least three courses taught in French per term (9 units).
  • remain enrolled in a Faculty each term and not withdraw before the end of the program.

Note that CO-OP students will not receive this scholarship during their CO-OP placement terms.

You can also see the Terms of reference of the Differential Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship – Undergraduate Degree for more details.

APPLY:

https://www.uottawa.ca/university-fees/differential-tuition-fee-exemption

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