Canada Destination Québec Scholarships for merit and waivers from supplemental tuition expenses 2022
Language Requirement TOEFLIELTS
Eligible Region/CountriesAll nationalities can register except those who are Canadian citizens with Canadian residency or French citizenship.
Québec is Canada’s largest province, and it is a location unlike any other in the world, with its strong economy, distinct culture, and unrivaled quality of life. Québec is experiencing exceptional economic development, with meager unemployment rates, while welcoming immigrants from all over the world in a warm, French welcome. Present-day Québec is a diverse society, and the province’s people’s compassion, solidarity, and involvement are contributing to creating its future.
- To help vocational training facilities become more worldwide.
- To provide excellent international students with the chance to come to Québec for vocational training.
- To improve a consistent offer and broad coverage of vocational training.
Scholarship provider: Québec métiers d’avenir
Eligible nations: All nationalities can register except those who are Canadian citizens with Canadian residency or French citizenship.
Registration fee: Free
Deadline: August 5, 2022
Amount and characteristics
- The merit scholarship award funding is $ 700,000 annually (making about 30 awards annually).
- Depending on the length of the training program, the price ranges from $14 000 to $ 26 600.
- The merit scholarship and tuition exemption awards are based on outstanding performance and outcomes during the Québec study project.
- Have the necessary financial resources.
- Not having received a scholarship award for studies at the same or higher level than the DEP in Quebec. Furthermore, receiving several scholarships within the same school year is not permitted.
- You must be at least 18 years old. There is no upper age limit.
- Be outside Canada at the time of application and until the results are announced.
- Not have Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status in Canada or be in the process of gaining permanent residency status under Canadian immigration regulations.
- Not be a French or Canadian citizen. Priority will be given to candidates from Francophonie member nations (excluding France and its overseas departments and territories – DOM-TOM), as well as countries from Asia’s and the Americas’ key markets (China, India, and Japan) (Mexico, Brazil).
- Proof of financial capability is required for the selected award program ($3 000 or $15 000).
- A copy of your academic English proficiency test results (TOEFL, IELTS, etc.), or proof of enrollment for such, EXCEPT if you have finished a 2-year higher education program in English.
- A copy of all awards, prizes, and distinctions received.
- A copy of any diplomas you have received.
- A copy of all transcripts for each program mentioned in the academic documents section.
- A copy of your birth certificate.
- A photocopy of the front page of your passport.
- two letters of recommendation sent by two distinct people.
Note: Scholarship programs differ from Québec métiers d’avenir service programs. Make sure that you register for the appropriate program or service.
Multiple applications will be rejected automatically. They will not respond to information requests through email or phone.
Please visit the Merit scholarship to learn about the calendar.
How to Apply?
- Registration: Open your online account.
- Choice of award program: Choose the award program that you are applying for (Merit Scholarship and Exemption OR Merit Scholarship only).
- Choice of training program: Choose your training program and training center from the proposed list (only ONE choice is possible).
- Eligibility: Find out if you are eligible to participate in the process.
For further information, kindly visit Québec métiers d’avenir official website.
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