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Renewable Entrance Scholarships at Carleton University 2024 In Canada

Opportunity Deadline

July 15, 2024
Bachelor Degree
Different Nationalities
Male, Female, Both
N/A
Canada

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Information About Carleton University’s 2024 Renewable Entrance Scholarships in Canada:

Carleton University 2024 offers renewable entrance scholarships to students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in any of the university’s subject areas.

Establishment: Carleton University
Level of Education: Bachelor’s Scholarship Category
Type of Funding: Partial Funding
Both male and female are the genders
Last day: June 15, 2024
Place: Canada

The SUTD Global Excellence Scholarship, which will be accessible to students enrolled in the institution beginning in 2024, is one of the most prestigious scholarships granted by the Singapore institution of Technology and Design (SUTD). The SUTD Global Excellence Scholarship aims to support these people in realizing their full potential by encouraging personal development and offering chances for graduate studies, work abroad, and other experiences.

Deserving incoming undergraduate students will receive Renewable Entrance Scholarships from Carleton University for the 2024–2025 academic year. These awards are intended to recognize and promote outstanding academic achievement. The scholarship recipients’ annual renewal is contingent upon their maintaining a specific GPA throughout their undergraduate studies.

Benefits of the scholarship:

The Renewable Entrance Scholarships offer varying amounts based on the admission average:

CAD 4,000 x four years (up to CAD 16,000) for admission averages of 95-100%.

CAD 3,000 x four years (up to CAD 12,000) for admission averages of 90-94.9%.

CAD 2,000 x four years (up to CAD 8,000) for admission averages of 85-89.9%.

CAD 1,000 x four years (up to CAD 4,000) for admission averages of 80-84.9%.

These scholarships are renewable annually with a GPA of 10.0 (A- standing) and are applicable for fall entry only.

Eligibility Criteria:

For Canadian High School Students:

Admissions average of 80 percent or better.
First-time enrollment at Carleton University from high school or CEGEP.
No previous attendance at post-secondary educational institutions.
Application for admission and all required grades must be received by Carleton’s Admissions Services by June 15.
For College/University Transfer Students:
Excellent academic record from a Canadian college program or transferring from another Canadian university.
First-time enrollment at Carleton University.
Not having completed a degree previously.
For International High School Students:
Admissions average of 80 percent or better.
Meeting language requirements.
First-time enrollment at Carleton University from high school.
No previous attendance at post-secondary educational institutions.
Application for admission and all required grades must be submitted by the specified deadline.

Procedure for Application:

Based on their admission average, high school students from Canada and other countries are automatically considered for the award at the time of admission.
If they meet the requirements, transfer students from colleges or universities are eligible for the scholarship; the scholarship’s worth is based on their admissions average at the time of admission.
Before the deadline, complete admissions applications with all necessary grades must be submitted for consideration.

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