Every year, The University of Alberta, Canada offers up to 20 undergraduate scholarships to international students with A-Levels to study for Bachelors degree. The University of Alberta (also known as U of A and UAlberta) is a public research university located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was founded in 1908 by Alexander Cameron Rutherford, the first premier of Alberta, and Henry Marshall Tory.
To attract top students, the University of Alberta, Canada offers more than CAD$22 million in undergraduate scholarships each year. The University offers undergraduate scholarships each year for international students. Scholarships are awarded annually to students on study permit who are entering an undergraduate degree program. Some of these scholarships requires separate application while you’ll be considered for the other scholarships after you have received admission to the University.
Eligible Countries: International students
Awarded to student(s) on Study Permit(s) with superior academic achievement entering the first year of a University of Alberta undergraduate degree program. Selection based on academic achievement on a minimum of three courses taken at the A-level and/or AS-level.
Accepted Subject Areas: Courses offered by the university
Number of Awards: Several
Scholarship Benefit: $2,000
Duration of Award: The scholarship is payable over four years.
How to Apply: Application will be considered upon receipt of A-Level transcripts among other needed documents.
Visit Scholarship webpage for details
Sponsors: University of Alberta, Canada
Important Notes: Candidate should make sure that he/she has applied for admission to a degree program at the University of Alberta and has sent in all up to date transcripts and/or statement of grades to the admissions unit. Students should contact their referee in advance with information about the competition and ask them for their contact information, including valid email address, so that when you apply you have all the necessary information.