External Funding Opportunities
The following scholarships and funding opportunities are independent of and not administered by York International or York University. Please ensure that you read the eligibility criteria of the opportunities you are interested in and apply accordingly.
Association of Commonwealth Universities
- Commonwealth Masters Scholarships in South Africa, and Sri Lanka
- Commonwealth Scholarships in Singapore (PhD)
- Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarships
Australian Government, Department of Education and Training
Beijing Institute of Technology
For degree-seeking programs, they provide the CSC (China Scholarship Council) Scholarship for 3 master and PhD candidates from York University. This is a full scholarship for international students, covering tuition fee, the accommodation, comprehensive medical insurance and monthly living allowance (CNY 3,000 for masters and CNY 3,500 for PhDs). About application eligibility and major list, please refer to BIT 2019 Admission Book online via http://isc.bit.edu.cn/docs/2018-11/20181107021304408306.pdf
For exchange programs, they offer the BIT Exchange Scholarship to 5 exchange students at all levels from York University in BIT for one or two semesters for the academic year 2019-2020. The BIT Exchange Scholarship covers the tuition fee and accommodation on campus. Please refer to below website for more program details. http://isc.bit.edu.cn/docs/2018-11/20181107014214282071.pdf
For the 4-Week Short-term Program, they are designed for international students at all levels who are interested in intensive Chinese language studies, science and engineering, and culture exchanges. Please click the
link for more information.
DAAD German Academic Exchange Service
Post graduate scholarships and one year Scholarships for studying in Germany
Global Affairs Canada
- Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program
- Commonwealth Scholarship Plan - India
- Commonwealth Scholarship Plan - New Zealand
- Foreign Government Awards - Mexico
- Foreign Government Awards - Korea
- Graduate Scholarships in South Korea
- Organization of American States (OAS) Academic Scholarships Program
Open Society Foundations
University of Sao Paulo
The USP International Cooperation Office announces the opening of up to 10 positions in the Scholarship Programme for theoretical and practical training in languages, presented to graduate students of foreign institutions with a current agreement with Universidade de São Paulo, as a part of their educational background and teaching experience in tutoring English as a foreign language (TEFL), within the Language Education Programme at USP, in 2020.
The Language Education Programme consists in the offering of a classroom course in English, free of charge, focusing on preparing undergraduate students at USP for proficiency exams in English and academic communication.
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