Studying Abroad Doesn’t Have to Cost an Arm and a Leg

Do your research and find out about available scholarships.

Did you know, every year millions of dollars in scholarships, bursaries and financial aid are left untouched.  There are tons of scholarships available at provincial level (check the Ontario Student Assistance Program – OSAP if you are based in Ontario), federal level and internationally.

If you’re looking to join the almost 30,000 Canadians studying in the USA, find out more about the Killam Fellowships Program, for undergraduate studies. This unique program includes a scholarship of US$5000 per semester, US$500 health insurance allowance and an US$800 in-country mobility grant to travel within the US. How cool is that?

Or, if Europe is on your list, then enroll on one of Erasmus Mundi’s Joint Master’s Degrees, and you could get a full scholarship which covers tuition, accommodation and living costs for the entire duration of your program.

Many universities in Germany offer free education to international students, and many scholarships are available.  Check the DAAD Canada website for more info.

Attend the ScholarshipsCanada feature seminar at the Study and Go Abroad Fair in Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto to find out more about available scholarships on their database. Also, check the website to find out which universities are participating in the fairs and scholarships that they offer.



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About the Author: Katie Idle

About our business, Study and Go Abroad is the 'go to' site for Canadians looking to study abroad, travel, intern or volunteer. We organize fairs twice a year in various cities in Canada, and I'd recommend getting down to one of them to check out all the exciting options. As for me, I'm a business woman and a travel junkie! I have always had a passion for travel and for experiencing new cultures. Brought up in England, I traveled Europe in my teens and early 20s. I have lived and worked on 3 continents; Europe, Africa and North America. I have traveled extensively worldwide both for work and for fun - and still can't believe how much of the world there is still to see!

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