Dhillon School of Business International Bursary is widely available for those inspired and talented business students, for the 2021/ 2022 academic year. The funding opportunity is provided by the University of Lethbridge in Canada.
The objective of this educational programme is to support full-time incoming international students enrolling to the Dhillon School of Business undergraduate or graduate degree program.
The University of Lethbridge is an intensive academic and research university in Canada. It provides over 150 undergraduate programs at masters and doctoral levels and about 70 graduate programs.
By studying here, you will gain other several financial support options to finish your studies. The University’s programs will challenge students in a way that will equip them for the ever-changing global business landscape through important, strong coursework.
Application Closes: 1 March 2021
- Institution: University of Lethbridge
- Department: Dhillon School of Business
- Degree Level: Undergraduate or graduate
- Mode of Application: Online
- Available Scholarships: Not Known
- To be taken at: Canada.
- Acceptable Countries: All countries of the world.
- Available Courses: Undergraduate or graduate degree in Dhillon School of Business.
- Admissible Criteria: Aspirants must be financially needy,
- Then should have high school certificates.
Method of Application
- Application Process: All aspiring students must take admission in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at the school.
- Supporting Documents: Aspirants must submit a 500-word essay explaining financial challenges, adversity to overcome, and obstacles they had to overcome to enter Canada for schooling.
- Entrance Requirements: Please check the entry requirements of your preferred program.
- Language Requirements: Candidates whose main language is not English are required to present proof of English language abilities. See the English language requirements section for more details.
Every eligible students will receive up to $2,000 grant, provided by the University of Lethbridge.