Apply for Scholarship at University Canada West in Canada. The deadline for this application is 31st May 2021.
University Canada West is a private, for-profit university in British Columbia, Canada. It was founded in 2005 by David F. Strong, the former president of the University of Victoria. Additionally, UCW was purchased in 2008 by the Eminata Group and in 2014 sold to Global University Systems, its present owners.
According to UniRank Rankings, the university is at 74th in the list of Canadian Universities and 4770th in the list of World Universities. However, according to Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021, UWC is ranked 601 to 801st and 401 to 500th according to Times Higher Education US College Rankings 2021.
International Pathway to Knowledge Bursary at University Canada West, Canada 2021-22 is open for Domestic Students, International Students . Likewise, the scholarship allows Bachelor level programs in the field of Intercultural Business Communication, Commerce. Likewise, Arts taught at University Canada West. Furthermore, the deadline of the scholarship is Open.
International Pathway to Knowledge Bursary at University Canada West, Canada 2021-22 is available to undertake Bachelor level programs at .
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
The university will provide the selected international students with a tuition reduction valued at 30 credits towards their BCom or BA degree and domestic students a tuition reduction of $2,784 covering the cost of the student’s final year of BCom or BA degree.
Domestic & International Students are eligible for this scholarship program.
To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following/given criteria:
The students must enroll in the university through the university application portal. Also, the international students and domestic students must fill their respective application forms and mail them to [email protected]
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Open to||International Students|
|Organizer||University Canada West|