Fully Funded Canada Scholarships 2023/2024 For International Students

The Study in Canada Scholarships program is facilitated through institutional collaborations and student exchange agreements between post-secondary institutions in Canada and in the following eligible countries/territories: Algeria, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kenya, Libya, Morocco, Nepal, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Taiwan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, and Ukraine.


These agreements are created between colleges, technical or vocational institutes, and universities. Students, hereby referred to as “candidates”, must be registered as full-time students in their home institution at the time of application and during the entire duration of their study or research stay in Canada.



About EduCanada

EduCanada is a brand that supports the international education offerings of Canada’s provinces and territories. The EduCanada brand is the result of collaboration between the provinces and territories through the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) and Global Affairs Canada. It is a protected trademark of the Government of Canada and is subject to a Master Licence Agreement between the parties.


Aim and Benefits of Educanada Post-Secondary Scholarship

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The Canadian institution will receive funding from DFATD for all successful candidates in the form of a contribution agreement and will be responsible for providing the funds to scholarship recipients.


The scholarship value varies depending on the duration of studies:

CAD 10,200 for college, undergraduate, or graduate students (Master’s and Ph.D.) for a minimum of four months or one academic term of study or research; or

CAD 12,700 for graduate students (Master’s and Ph.D.) for a period of five to six months of study or research.

In addition to the funds allocated to the recipients by DFATD, the Canadian host institution may also claim CAD 500 per scholarship recipient to assist with administrative costs once the scholarship recipient arrives in Canada.


Eligible expenses: Canadian institutions will disburse scholarship funds to the scholarship recipient to contribute to the following costs:

Visa or study/work permit fees;

Airfare, for the scholarship recipient only, to travel to Canada by the most direct and economical route and return airfare upon completion of the scholarship;

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Health insurance;

Living expenses, such as accommodation, utilities, and food;

Ground public transportation, including a public transportation pass; and

Books and supplies are required for the recipient’s study or research, excluding computers and other equipment.

Requirements for Educanada Post-Secondary Scholarship Qualification



Must be enrolled as full-time students at post-secondary institutions in the eligible countries/territories and paying any tuition fees required by these institutions at the time of application and for the full duration of the exchange;

Who hold Canadian citizenship or permanent residency, or who have a pending application for permanent residency in Canada are not eligible;

Already participating in an exchange scholarship program funded by the Government of Canada are not eligible; and

Already enrolled in a program at a Canadian post-secondary institution are not eligible.


Terms and conditions

The following terms and conditions must be met during the period of the scholarship.

The Canadian post-secondary institution must:


Be a Designated Learning Institution (DLI);

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Waive tuition and/or administrative fees for scholarship recipients, as selected students must be registered full-time and paying tuition to their home institution;

Inform both the candidate and their home institution of any mandatory fees that, in exceptional cases, cannot be waived, prior to applying for a scholarship on the candidate’s behalf;

Enter into an agreement with the recipient stating that:

funding for the scholarship is provided by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development (DFATD);

the recipient must provide the Canadian institution with records to account for major expenses such as travel and lodging; and

the recipient agrees to have their contact information shared with DFATD, for reasons such as: to be invited to join the Government of Canada Scholars’ Alumni Association (GCSAA), to attend events organized by the Canadian Embassy, High Commission, or Canadian Trade Office in their home country/territory and by DFATD in Canada, or for promotional and statistical purposes; and

Submit qualitative and quantitative reports during the scholarship period.


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