Detail of Scholarship:
The General Entrance Scholarships Program offered for International Students. The Toronto Metropolitan University provided this opportunity for International Students to study in the Canada. This scholarship provides an opportunity to complete a Masters, Undergraduate degree-level program(s) in the field(s) of All Subjects at Toronto Metropolitan University. Students are strongly advised to apply for this scholarship position before the last date i.e. Open. The General Entrance Scholarships Program provide Partial Funding as a scholarship benefit to the successful candidates.
The General Entrance Scholarships Program is for those students who are willing to complete their Masters, Undergraduate degree(s) in the field(s) of All Subjects, in the Canada on scholarship.
Short Detail of General Entrance Scholarships Program:
Institute Name: Toronto Metropolitan University.
Country to Study in: Canada.
Courses Offered: All Subjects.
Degree Level: Masters, Undergraduate.
Students Nationality: International Students.
Scholarship Award: Partial Funding.
Last Date/Dead Line: Open.
With more than $10 million set aside for entrance scholarship funding, Toronto Metropolitan University is proud to recognize the academic accomplishments of the first-year class upon admission to the university.
Benefits of the Scholarship: Renewable and Guaranteed Scholarships for Students Admitted in 2023–2024
Students who complete the requirements for a scholarship and attend a secondary school in Canada with final averages of 86% or higher are guaranteed an admission scholarship that is renewable based on the following criteria.
|Final Admission Average||Awarded in Year One*||Potential Annual Renewable Amount**||Potential Total Scholarship Value**|
*Scholarship amount to be distributed evenly between fall and winter semester.
**Up to, dependent on annual CGPA.
Requirements Criteria for Scholarship:
Students must meet the following criteria in order to be considered for the guaranteed and renewable scholarships:
be actively enrolled full-time in a secondary school in Canada (minimum of three Ontario grade 12 U/M courses or their equivalent in a Canadian province during the 2022–2023 academic year).
have maintained a full-time enrollment (no gaps in full-time attendance prior to the 2022-2023 regular school year)
being a first-time student at a postsecondary institution
by September 1, 2023, have filed a complete and accurate application for admission to the programme for which the scholarship is being offered.
This award is open to Canadian citizens, Canadian permanent residents, Canadian protected persons, and international students.
How to Apply for Scholarship:
Awards for President’s Entrance
Secondary school graduates who exhibit academic excellence, leadership traits, unique thought, and creative aptitude are given the President’s Entrance Scholarship.
Twelve (12) awardees; $40 000 in total; $10,000 per year (renewable)
A bed in the residence is designated for the recipients (costs are not included). This is only applicable to the single bedrooms in Pitman Hall with shared corridor bathrooms or the single bedrooms in International Living/Learning with private bathrooms. For further details about living on campus, please visit the website for housing and residence life.
For consideration, a final admission average of at least 90% is needed. The applicant’s average is computed using their top six Grade 12 University or College courses, or the equivalent in their home country.
The following information will be requested in this application:
This might be an essay or project summary; it could be any creative writing you’ve done, or it could be a summary of any creative work you’ve done. It must demonstrate your ability to think independently and be creative (max 500 words).
Two (2) letters of recommendation, including one from an academic reference who can attest to your intellectual prowess. This allusion can also be making a point about your leadership or creative efforts.
Your leadership and innovative endeavours should be mentioned in the reference letter. It shouldn’t validate academic success.
Your leadership activities: You will include the roles and/or activities you have held in leadership throughout the last two years of high school.
Note: Applicants for this prize may be Canadian citizens, Canadian permanent residents, protected persons in Canada, or foreign students.