Toronto Metropolitan University General Entrance Scholarships Program In Canada 2023

Scholarship:  Partial Funding
Degree:   Masters, Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
Location: Canada
Application deadlines:  Open

Scholarship Description:

Toronto Metropolitan University is pleased to recognise the academic achievements of the first-year class upon admission to the university with over $10 million designated for entrance scholarship support.

Available Subjects:

  • All Subjects

Eligibility criteria:

To be eligible for consideration for the guaranteed and renewable scholarships, students must:

  • Be currently enrolled full-time in a Canadian secondary school (minimum of three Ontario grade 12 U/M courses or Canadian provincial equivalent within the 2022-2023 regular school year
  • Have been continuously enrolled full-time (no gaps in full-time attendance prior to the 2022-2023 regular school year)
  • Be enrolling in a post secondary institution for the first time
  • Have submitted the correct and complete application for admission to the program for which the scholarship is being granted by September 1, 2023
  • Canadian citizens, permanent residents of Canada, protected persons in Canada and international students are eligible for this award

Application Procedure:

The President’s Entrance Scholarship is awarded to secondary school graduates who demonstrate academic accomplishment, leadership qualities, original thought and creative ability. 

Twelve (12) recipients | $40,000 (total value) | $10,000 (annual amount) (renewable)

Recipients are reserved (costs not included) a bed in residence. This is limited to Pitman Hall single bedroom with shared hallway washroom or the International Living/Learning single bedroom with private washroom. Please visit the Housing and Residence Life website for more information about living on campus.

A minimum 90% final admission average is required for consideration. An applicant’s average is calculated with their best six Grade 12 U/M courses, or their home country’s equivalent. 

This application will ask that you include the following: 

  1. An essay or project summary: this may be a piece of creative writing, or a summary of any creative project which you may have undertaken. It must reflect your capacity for original thought and creative ability (max 500 words).
  2. Two (2) letters of reference:
    1. academic reference letter that confirms your scholastic abilities. This reference may also speak to your leadership/creative endeavours.
    2. reference letter should address your leadership/creative endeavours. It should not verify academic achievement.
  3. Your leadership activities: you will indicate the leadership activities/positions that you have been involved in during your final two years in secondary school.

Note: Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents of Canada, Protected Persons in Canada and International Students are eligible to apply for this award.

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