Applications are ongoing for Engineering Scholarships at University of Toronto, Canada. This is an undergraduate scholarship for international student who wish to study Engineering in foreign country.
No university in Canada — and perhaps the world — is in a better position to offer an education that will help the brightest students meet the grand challenges that humanity now faces.
Here you’ll find a global community of innovators and creators. We are at the forefront of engineering education and research — in the groundbreaking areas we explore, the ways we collaborate and the contributions we make to the profession. All international rankings consistently rate U of T Engineering number one in Canada and among the world’s best. We’re preparing engineers of tomorrow — like you—to unlock our future’s boundless potential.
U of T Engineering Admission Scholarships
|Scholarship||Value||Process||Open to International
|Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering Admission Scholarships (various awards)||Variable, to a maximum of $7,500||No separate application required; students are automatically
considered when they apply to U of T Engineering. A full list of Faculty admission scholarships can be found here.
|Yes (to a maximum of $5,000)|
|Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering Admission Awards||Variable, to a maximum of $10,000||Residents of Ontario are considered for Faculty Awards on the basis of
financial need and academic achievement. To be eligible for this award, students must submit the UTAPS Online Estimator no later than February 26, 2018.
A full list of Faculty Admission Awards can be found here.
|U of T Engineering International Scholarships (17 awards)||Variable, to a maximum of $20,000 x 4 years (renewable)||No separate application required; all international students are automatically
considered when they apply to U of T Engineering
|U of T Engineering Entrance Scholarship for Indigenous Students (Multiple awards)||Domestic tuition plus stipend x 4 years (renewable)||This award is open to Indigenous (First Nations, Métis, Inuit) applicants. Contact[email protected] by February 1, 2018.||No|
|Hatch Engineering Aboriginal Scholarship||$8,000 x 4 years (renewable)||This award is open to an incoming Indigenous student based on academic excellence. Email [email protected] by February 1, 2018 to indicate your interest and provide a brief explanation of how you meet the criteria for this award.||No|
|Stanley Timoshek Scholarship in Engineering||Variable||This award is open to an incoming student from Poland based on outstanding achievement.||Yes|
Please find out more information about this scholarship here:
Level/Field of study:
The scholarships are available for pursuing the undergraduate program in the field of engineering and applied science.
The scholarship is hosted by the University of Toronto, Canada.
Scholarship is open to international and indigenous students.
These opportunities has value that is Variable, to a maximum of $20,000 x 4 years (renewable)
The scholarships has 17 awards different offers.
The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for the scholarship:
- All international high school students are encouraged to apply for this scholarship
- Have involved in extra-curricular activities
- Are admitted to the University of Toronto
- Have achieved excellence academic performance
Please complete all sections of the application form including signatures and ensure that supporting documentation is attached.
Incomplete and late applications will not be considered.
The Selection Committee may decide to interview short-listed applicants, and their determination will be considered final; no further communication will be entered into.
All applicants will be notified in writing of the outcome of their application.
No separate application required; all international students are automatically
considered the scholarship when they apply to U of T Engineering.
the deadline for the scholarship is February 2018. This scholarship is currently closed but we will keep you posted on the new opening.
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