Home Country Scholarships
The first place to start when thinking about how to fund your study is to start from your home country. Check the website for the Ministry of Education of your country and see the opportunities available to students in your country. Government usually provide funding to students for studies undertaken at recognized institutions abroad.
Canada Government Scholarships
The Canadian Government’s international scholarships page has information for students who have chosen Canada as their study destination. Look up available scholarships based on your country of origin. Also, visit the Ministry of Education website of your host province and continue to check for updates.
There is significant funding/financial assistance available for international students of high academic standing at the Canadian graduate level (e.g., master’s, PhD, post-doctoral). This assistance may be in the form of: Teaching/departmental assistantships; Research funds, University graduate scholarships; External scholarships (i.e., scholarships provided by a third party); and Bursaries (awards based on financial need that are intended to supplement a student’s other funding sources).