Applications are now open for the University of Guelph Undergraduate Commonwealth Scholarship for students from developing nations to study in Canada
Established in honour of Dr. C. John Small, OAC BSA ’42, Hon D. Law ’75, and his lifelong dedication to foreign service. Apply to the Centre for International Programs by May 1 for visiting during the subsequent Fall or Winter semesters with the above mentioned documents.
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An award of $1,500 will be awarded to the successful applicant
Full-time visiting exchange students registered for at least one semester from a Commonwealth developing country who are pursuing studies or conducting research in the area of agriculture and rural development.
Selection Criteria: Selection will be based on the assessment of : (a) a one-page submission describing the significance for the student visiting Guelph to the program of study at the partner exchange University, (b) two faculty references of no more than one-page each, and (c) consistent high performance in course work completed, as documented by a transcript of program grades to date.
For more details, visit University of Guelph website