The University of Ottawa has declared special awards for students from Nigeria and other African nations able to study courses in engineering, sciences, and sociological resources.
The organization clarified that the grants under the ‘Entry and Excellence Scholarship for African Students Studying in English’ would give approaching students a four-year award to take care of the halfway expense of their university tuition fees cost.
This was contained in a report on the university’s official website titled,’ Scholarships for African students examining in English’.
The institution recorded courses the gesture would cover to include Civil Engineering; Chemical Engineering under the engineering faculty.
While Social sciences courses include Sociology; Anthropology; International Development and Globalization; includes Studies; Public Administration.
In addition, all projects except the Honors Bsc in Biochemistry, BASc in Chemical Engineering; Honors BSc in Physics/BASc in Electrical Engineering; and Honors BSc in Ophthalmic Medical Technology in sciences faculty would profit from the award.
The update read, “The University of Ottawa is glad for the variety of its worldwide student body. This inexhaustible award is proposed to worldwide students who are residents of African nations, who are conceded in the Fall 2022 term (September start date) or later with an admission of 80% or higher, who are enrolled in English, and who sign up for one of the predefined undergrad programs in the resources of Engineering, Science, or Social Sciences.
This huge monetary commitment to their schooling diminishes their educational expenses by $17,500 to $25,000 for the greatness grants and by $12,000 to $20,000 for the entry grants, contingent upon the program every year.
“All understudies who are qualified for this grant will naturally get it upon enrolment. It will be applied straightforwardly to their educational expenses.
“The Entrance grant can’t be joined with the Excellence Scholarship for African Students Studying in English
Interested Applicants should visit the University Website for more information