International Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship at the University of Manitoba
The University of Manitoba is now accepting applications for the International Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship from suitable eligible international students who want to study in Canada as an undergraduate.
The University of Manitoba International Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship for International Students recognizes academic achievement and assists students in need of financial aid. Manitoba is an excellent choice for your education. Studying in Manitoba allows you to take advantage of excellent education, cutting-edge facilities, and low tuition.
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Level/Field of Study
This grant is only available to international students pursuing or intending to earn their bachelorette at the University of Manitoba.
The bursary of the University of Manitoba in Canada is proudly hosting International Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship at the University of Manitoba for International Students.
This scholarship is open to students all over the world. If you are eligible for the scholarship, feel free to apply.
Required Criteria for International Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship at the University of Manitoba
The International Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship for International Students was established to honor academic performance among international students who enroll at the University of Manitoba after graduating from their respective international high schools.
This scholarship cannot be coupled with an International Baccalaureate Entrance Scholarship given by the University of Manitoba or any other award made possible by the University of Manitoba Entrance Scholarship program.
Scholarships are available to students who:
- have at least an 85 percent high school average based on the best five senior-level academic courses from our approved General Entrance Scholarship list;
- are international students (those in Canada with valid study permits) who applied to any Faculty or School at the University of Manitoba by the March 1 deadline;
- are paying international student tuition fees and have shown financial need
The value of each prize is established annually in tiers based on average high school grades as follows:
- 95 percent or more of the time on average – $3,000
- 90 percent or more of the time on average – $2,000
- 85 percent or more of the time on average – $1,000
Deadline for the International Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship
This scholarship is a yearly award that lasts from the first week of August until October 1st.
How to Apply
Click on the button below to apply for the International Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship at the University of Manitoba.
About the Sponsor – University of Manitoba
Through outstanding instruction and cutting-edge research, the University of Manitoba has been advancing knowledge and stimulating thought since 1877. The University of Manitoba, which takes pride in its location in the nation’s center, has a thriving and engaged community of students, instructors, staff, alumni, benefactors, and community partners. More than 145,000 alumni, who now reside in 140 different countries, attest to her effect.
The University of Manitoba is located in the traditional territories of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples as well as the Métis Nation. It was the first university in Western Canada and the sole research-intensive institution in Manitoba.
The Institution of Manitoba is the largest university in the province of Manitoba and the 17th largest in all of Canada, both in terms of overall student enrollment and campus size. With several campuses spread out over the city, its main campus is situated in the southern Winnipeg neighborhood of Fort Garry. The University of Manitoba operates three more significant campuses in addition to the Fort Garry campus, which serves as its hub: the Bannatyne Campus, the James W. Burns Executive Education Centre, and the William Norrie Centre.
They attract people from all around the world who agree with them and want to see positive change. They advocate for overcoming obstacles and progress. Their scholars, researchers, and alums participate in critical debates on pressing topics like climate change, world health, and human rights, and they bring their unique perspectives to bear on problem-solving and learning. The meeting place of thought and action is this university.