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$5,000 Canadian Scholarships at Humber College, 2017-2018

A number of well-funded scholarships are available to international students to study in Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, commonly known as Humber College, Toronto, Ontario Canada. Application is open!

This institution is happy to invite application from students seeking admission into their college and degree programmes in 2017-2018 academic session for undergraduates. Scholarships are targeted for new international students and are well funded.

Scholarships are awarded to learn any of the subjects offered by the university. All undergraduate programmes offered at Humber are eligible

Scholarship Award: Scholarship award criteria given below:

AMOUNT RENEWABLE* JANUARY 2017 MAY 2017 SEPTEMBER 2017
Full Tuition 1 available NA 2 available
$5,000 1 available NA 2 available
$1,000 one-time 8 available 2 available 10 available
Application Deadline various *Sep 30, 2016 *Feb 3, 2017 *May 19, 2017

Several positions of full and partial awards are offered each year, as shown below:

  • Renewable full tuition scholarships – 2 positions in September and 1 position in January
  • Renewable partial tuition scholarships – 2 positions in September and 1 in January
  • Non-renewable one-time scholarships – 10 for September, 8 for January and 2 for May intakes

The scholarship application instructions and forms will be included with your acceptance package which you will receive once you have been accepted for admissions. Therefore, you must first apply for admissions before you can apply for the scholarship.

It is important to read the step-by-step application process and also visit the official website (link to it is below) for complete information on how to apply for this scholarship.

Application Deadline: International students are encouraged to submit their applications by May 19, 2017 (for September 2017 intake).


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