Everyone else who wants to study abroad wants to do so in Canada. There are, of course, many excellent reasons to study in Canada. The key ones are high standards of education, well-known institutions, a greater range of disciplines, high standards of living, and stunning locations, to name a few. In addition to all of these factors, Canada’s potential draw people and students.
Students from Estonia and Canadian students who conduct research on Estonian-related subjects or work on projects related to the Chair of Estonian Studies are both eligible for financial aid through the University of Toronto’s Estonian Scholarship Fund.
The scholarship is given in accordance with the student’s academic ability and financial need. This scholarship seems to be a good fit for your requirements if you’re looking for Canadian ones.
The oldest university in Canada, the University of Toronto, was founded in 1827. In addition, U of T is well known for its research endeavors worldwide. Numerous students with a desire to succeed enroll at the university every year. After graduation, University of Toronto graduates have a fairly good employment rate.
Regarding rankings, the University of Toronto is placed at positions 18 and 21 on the QS World University Rankings and among the Best Global Universities.
SUMMARY FOR ESTONIAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND
- Application Deadline: 1st February 2024
- Name of the Country: Canada
- Name of the Institution: The University of Toronto
- Study Levels: Undergraduate and Graduate
- Award Type: Current Students Grant
- Availability: Domestic and International Students
- Funding: Available Based on Need
To be eligible for Estonian Scholarship Fund, the applicants must meet all the given criteria:
- Show their academic merit in addition to financial need.
Represent one of the below-mentioned categories:
- Exchange students who are from the Tallinn Technical University in Estonia as mentioned in the exchange agreement inked between the Tallinn Technical University and the University of Toronto.
- Exchange students who are from Tartu University located in Estonia as mentioned in the exchange agreement signed between Tartu University and the University of Toronto.
- Other students from Estonia and studying at the University of Toronto.
- Canadian students doing work linked (associated) with the Chair of Estonian Studies.
- Candidates from Canada (Canadian candidates) undertaking research on Estonia from a Humanities or Social Sciences perspective, and on interactions of Estonians with other people of Eastern and Central Europe.
his is to be noted that all in-course awards will be provided to the students in the Winter term. Remember, only one application is required. You could apply for various (multiple) awards on one U of T Student Award Application Form. You need to make sure to check the criteria prior to choosing the award.
Decision’s Notifications of the Estonian Scholarship Fund
If you are awarded this scholarship, as a recipient you will receive your award letter from the Registrar’s Office of the University, normally one month after the deadline for applications.
Your award letter will consist of information regarding the award payment. It has to be kept for future reference.