The grant is a highly competitive, prestigious, and international award program open to incoming international students who demonstrate high academic achievement, outstanding community and international service, strong leadership, as well as financial need.
Trent University is offering the Trent International Global Citizen Scholarships and Awards in Canada to eligible students for admission to undergraduate studies.
At Trent University, students have the opportunity to gain a life-changing experience with a variety of clubs and groups, including many theater groups, social interest groups, newspapers, religious groups, political chapters and academic societies, and Greeks.
As one of Canada’s top universities, Trent University was founded in 1964 and promotes life-changing experiences and careers at all levels. For its undergraduate study, it ranks #3 in Canada.
Undergraduate degree program.
Field of Study:
The award will be awarded for the degree program in any subject offered by the university.
Trent University will award up to $ 24,000 per academic year that is determined upon financial need assessment and may include tuition and supporting fees excluding housing.
Aspirants from all nationalities are welcome.
The eligibility criteria are as follows;
- Students who have been admitted to undergraduate studies will be considered for awards
- Applicants must have a high school diploma for admission to a bachelor’s degree
- Applicants must have a minimum grade as outlined in country-specific admissions requirements.
Applying procedure Instructions:
The following application guidance is intended for candidates who wish to apply for the scholarships:
- To get this award applicant at Trent University applicants need to take admission for an undergraduate degree course in which you want to study. After that to apply for the grant, applicants are required to download application form (in pdf or word format) and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A completed application includes all the following and sends as one file (pdf. or word):
- An essay (maximum 1 page, up to 500 words) on the following: 1) outline your academic aspirations and future career goals and 2) how Trent University can help you in achieving these goals.
- A record of your most recent (last 2 years) extra-curricular activities, community service, and leadership (maximum 1 page).
- An essay indicating how your service or leadership has been a meaningful part of your education and personal growth. The committee is most interested in specific examples of your accomplishments (maximum 1 page, up to 500 words).
- An essay discussing a local, national or international issue and its personal importance to you (maximum 1 page; up to 500 words).
- Two letters of reference, including at least one from teachers/former teachers. Reference letters can be e-mailed directly by the referee to email@example.com and must state the full name of the student in the Subject line. (Download reference form as word or pdf format)
- Documentation of Income: Official statement of annual salary from parent(s) employer(s) on company letterhead or most recent statement of income tax returns from parent(s).
- Before applying for a course, applicants must check general, program and country-specific admission requirements are posted under apply now.
- Applicants must meet Trent University’s academic and English proficiency requirements at the time of application.
Scholarship Official Web Links:
February 15, 2020, for September 2020 entry