Entrance and Excellence Scholarships: average-based renewable scholarships for students from Africa, Indonesia, Vietnam, China, South Korea, India or Bangladesh studying in English. Unlock Your Future with International English Scholarships
The University of Ottawa is proud of its internationally diverse student body. As a result, beginning in the fall 2024 term, international students from these countries will benefit from significant reductions in their tuition fees when they study in one of the eligible undergraduate programs offered in English.
To be eligible for these scholarships, international students must meet the following criteria:
- be a citizen of any country in Africa or one of the countries listed
- be newly admitted in the fall 2024 term in one of the eligible undergraduate programs offered in English in
- one of the faculties listed
- not enrol in the French immersion stream
- have a valid study permit when classes start
- be enrolled full-time.
- Unlock Your Future with International English Scholarships
Note: Canadian citizens with dual citizenship (Canada and another country) are not eligible since they already qualify for Canadian tuition rates.
Eligible undergraduate programs
Students from Africa, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia or Vietnam will automatically be eligible for an Entrance or Excellence renewable, average-based scholarship when they enrol in an eligible undergraduate program offered in English. Students from China or South Korea will be considered for Excellence scholarships in those same programs.
|Telfer School of Management
|Faculty of Engineering
|Faculty of Health Sciences
|Faculty of Science
|Faculty of Social Sciences
Scholarship amounts by place of origin
Scholarship amounts vary, depending on the admission average and the faculty offering the program.
Excellence scholarships are awarded through a competitive process among the top candidates with an admission average of 90% or higher who apply for admission by April 1, 2024, and whose admission has been processed by April 15, 2024. Candidates whose first choice is the University of Ottawa will be favored. Recipients must start their program in September. Insofar as possible and to maximize diversity, each faculty will award the same number of scholarships.