Job ID 121121
Degree Bachelor Degree
Opportunity Type Scholarships
Scholarship Type Partial Funded
Province or State Canada, Ontario
Language Requirement English
Field of Study Several Fields
Language of Instruction English
McMaster University’s Provost Entrance Scholarship for International Students 2023 is available for Bachelor’s degrees in any topic offered by the university. The deadline for submitting your application is February 24, 2024. This scholarship is given by McMaster University and has a value of Partial Funding, up to CAD 7,500. This scholarship is available to all nationals except Canadians.
Eligibility for Provost Entrance Scholarship:
Applicants must be international visa students currently studying at a high school and entering Level 1 of their first baccalaureate degree program.
An AwardSpring application that includes:
- A short essay describing the accomplishments you are most proud of to date. You may choose to write about your accomplishments in schooling (academic or non-academic), employment, community service (including service to family), or extra-curricular activities.
- A reference letter.
Value of the scholarship:
- $7500 (up to 20 awards available per year).
- Step 1: Go into AwardSpring and activate your MacID.
- Utilizing the barcode and student (person) ID number included in your acknowledgment letter, activate your MAC ID. Your profile may not link to AwardSpring for a few working days following your OUAC application and initial Mosaic login.
- Check out our AwardSpring guide to get further platform information.
- To access AwardSpring, enter your password and MacID.
- Step 2: Fill out the General Application.
- Important information is requested on AwardSpring’s General Application in order to match you with rewards for which you qualify. Please feel free to skip the portions that we left blank because they are not necessary.
- Step 3: Finish the follow-ups to complete your applications for awards.
- Following your General Application submission, select the Dashboard page and look for “Follow-Ups.” Extra requirements, such as essays and references, are called follow-ups. To be eligible for an award, you must do the follow-ups for each one.