The Government of Canada offers several scholarship programs available to non-degree visiting students from various countries. Funded by EduCanada, these scholarships are for short-term undergraduate and graduate students who wish to undertake research or course-oriented exchanges at a Canadian institution. The goal of these scholarships is to help foster understanding among people, develop global citizens, nurture leaders and contribute to the development of nations.
These scholarships are offered by the government of Canada to students and researchers from partner and non-partner institutions who wish to engage in short-term studies or research at Concordia University. These scholarships are competitive and students must submit their application documents to Concordia, who will apply on behalf of the applicant.
It has come to our attention that fraudulent letters claiming to be from Erasmus+ Canada have been circulating within the Concordia community. These letters, which target international students, claim students are eligible to receive a bursary of $200 per month. These emails are being sent from the following fraudulent email accounts:
Be cautious when receiving any emails inviting you to apply for scholarships or bursaries; before giving out any personal information verify that the information comes from a trusted source. Things to keep in mind:
Concordia International ensures that you remain informed about the scholarship selection process and the steps you need to take once you have submitted your application.
Looking to apply to Concordia as an exchange student or to pursue research? Seeking information on health insurance coverage, required immigration documents and other topics of interest regarding your time at Concordia as an international student or researcher? Explore below.
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