The Sally Humphries and Leo Smits International Scholarship was established to help international students pay for international student tuition at the University of Guelph. The strongest dedication to assisting disadvantaged populations through prior actions and community participation, as well as future commitment as shown by the summary of the statement of academic intent, determines selection.
Guelph Institution is a comprehensive public research university located in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. It was founded in 1964 as a merger of the Ontario Agricultural College (1874), the MacDonald Institute (1903), and the Ontario Veterinary College (1922), and has since expanded to a student body of about 30,000 (including those at the Humber campus, Ridgetown campus, and off-campus).
The Biodiversity Institute of Ontario is the world’s first centre for high-volume DNA barcoding–the rapid identification of millions of species. It is anticipated faculty will enter over 500,000 barcode analyses per year. The university’s School of Engineering had an approximately $50 million expansion between 2009 and 2011 in the form of new construction and renovations. This is in response to new mechanical, biomedical and computer engineering programs, increased enrolment in undergraduate and graduate programs and expanded research in sustainability-related areas. Alexander Hall is an environmental teaching and research centre. The Animal Cancer Centre is Canada’s first institute for comparative cancer investigation. It includes a linear accelerator offering animal radiation treatment available.
Eligibility criteria for the Sally Humphries and Leo Smits International Masters Scholarship.
Eligible Countries: International
Type: Graduate degree program
Value of Award: $5,00
Number of Awards: 1
Method of Application: Applicants can register on the university’s online portal or Common Application to complete their selected course application process. The accepted students will be considered for the scholarship.
Application Deadline: 15 May 2023.