Algoma University Announces International Scholarships for 2024-25 in Canada
SAULT STE. MARIE, ONTARIO, CANADA – Algoma University, a renowned institution in Canada, has announced its International Scholarships for the academic year 2024-25. These scholarships are designed to support international students in their pursuit of undergraduate and graduate studies at the university.
The scholarships are primarily awarded based on academic excellence and are open to international students of all nationalities except American students.
1. Chancellor’s Award: $5,000 Renewable
- For international high school graduates starting their first year of undergraduate studies.
- Requires a minimum A+ average in previous studies and specific language requirements.
- Renewable for up to three additional years with a yearly average of 80 percent.
2. President’s Award: $2,500 Non-Renewable
- For international high school graduates beginning their first year of undergraduate studies.
- Requires a grade ranging from 80 to 89.9 percent in top six Grade 12 U/M courses.
3. Dean’s Award: $1,000 Non-Renewable
- For international high school graduates commencing their first year of undergraduate studies.
- Requires a minimum B+ average in previous academic record.
4. Award of Excellence: $500 Non-Renewable
- For international high school graduates embarking on their first year of undergraduate studies.
- Requires a minimum B average in previous academic record.
About Algoma University
Algoma University is located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, and offers a range of undergraduate programs in fields such as Business, Computer Science, Psychology, and Environmental Science. The university is known for its small class sizes, personalized attention, and commitment to a supportive learning environment.
Support for International Students
Algoma University values the contributions of international students and provides various resources to support their transition into the Canadian education system. The International Centre at Algoma University offers assistance with immigration, visas, and other practical matters. Additionally, the university provides academic support services, including tutoring and writing centers.
How to Apply
International students interested in applying for these scholarships must meet specific eligibility criteria, including having a temporary resident visa and completing all qualifying requirements in the academic year prior to commencing studies at Algoma University. Entrance scholarships are for undergraduate degree programs only, and under no circumstances will they be deferred.
For more information and to apply, visit the official link.