The University of Ottawa, Canada, is delighted to announce its international scholarships for the 2024/2025 academic session, available to students from around the world. As the largest bilingual university globally, offering instruction in both English and French, uOttawa stands out for its significant contributions to social sciences, health, engineering, science, and humanities, making it a distinctive environment for learning, growth, and excellence.
The University of Ottawa scholarships program is recognized as one of the most generous in the country, with distinctions between scholarships, awarded for academic achievements, and bursaries, based on financial need.
Details of the University of Ottawa Scholarships 2024/2025:
1.) President’s Scholarship for International Students:
This prestigious scholarship, valued at $30,000, is awarded to one full-time undergraduate international student. It requires a student visa, a minimum admission average, and a demonstration of leadership qualities and commitment to academic and extra-curricular activities. Renewal is possible for three additional years, provided the student maintains full-time enrollment, international student status, and a minimum CGPA of 8.50. The University also provides a one-time award of $1,500 to applicants in second, third, and fourth place. Deadline: April 30.
2.) Chancellor’s Scholarship for International Students:
Valued at $26,000, the Chancellor’s Scholarship is awarded to full-time undergraduate international students. Renewal is possible for the remaining three years of undergraduate studies, and applicants must hold a student visa, exhibit leadership abilities, and show commitment to academic and extra-curricular activities. A one-time award of $1,500 is also provided to applicants in second, third, and fourth place. Deadline: April 30.
3.) Faculty of Arts Dean’s Merit Scholarship:
The Faculty of Arts awards 10 renewable scholarships valued at $4,000 each. Eligible applicants must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program at the Faculty of Arts. Renewal is contingent upon maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 9.00 or higher. No application is required; the scholarship is awarded during the summer preceding the applicant’s studies.
4.) Faculty of Engineering Dean’s Merit Scholarship:
The Faculty of Engineering awards 35 scholarships valued at up to $5,000 to students with outstanding academic credentials. All eligible students, including international students, are automatically considered for this award.
5.) Faculty of Engineering Memorial Scholarship:
This scholarship is awarded to seven female students, one from each engineering program. Applicants must submit a letter explaining their choice of an engineering program and an up-to-date resume highlighting academic and extracurricular achievements. All female students admitted to the Faculty of Engineering, including international students, are eligible. Deadline: March 31.