International students (basically Asian) can apply for the University of Victoria President’s Beyond Border funding to undertake undergraduate level programs at the University of Victoria, Canada.
About the University of Victoria
The University of Victoria abbreviated as UVic is a public research university in Greater Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. It hosts many research institutes including Ocean Networks Canada’s deep-water seafloor research observatories VENUS and NEPTUNE.
Nicknamed “Vikes” the university offers various undergraduate and postgraduate study programs in the various faculties, departments, and schools within the University of Victoria system.
Some of the exclusive course of study includes Applied Linguistics, Chinese Studies, English, French, Germanic Studies, Greek and Latin Language and Literature, Greek and Roman Studies, Hispanic Studies, History, Italian Studies, Japanese Studies, Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies, Linguistics, Medieval studies, Mediterranean Studies, Pacific and Asian Studies, Philosophy, Professional Writing, Religious Studies, Slavic Studies, Southeast Asian Studies, and Women’s Studies
The University of Victoria President’s Beyond Border funding is open for Asian Students in view of undergraduate level programm(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at University of Victoria. The deadline for the scholarship is open.
The University of Victoria President’s Beyond Border funding is worth $5,000. This award will assist students with the costs associated with pursuing a bachelor’s degree at the University of Victoria.
To be eligible for this scholarship candidate must meet the following criteria:
- Candidate must be a national one of Asian countries as stated on the University’s scholarship webpage.
- Candidates must be entering an undergraduate program at the University of Victoria.
How to Apply for University of Victoria President’s Beyond Border funding
There is no separate application for the Presidential Beyond Border Funding. Once you have been admitted for an undergraduate program at the university, students can be selected for the program.