2022 The Golden Bell Jar Graduate International Scholarships at the University of Alberta in Canada

Deadlines: The spring/summer term is when this scholarship application must be submitted. Applications must be submitted 12 months before the program’s commencement date.

Hurray! The Canadian Golden Bell Jar Graduate International Scholarships are proudly announced by the University of Alberta.

For the 2022–2023 academic year, applicants who wish to begin master’s or doctorate degree coursework at the University’s Physics department are eligible for the scholarship award.

About: The University of Alberta, usually known as U of A or University of Alberta, is a public research university located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and was founded in 1908 by Alexander Cameron Rutherford. It is ranked 135th in the list of the world’s top universities. The University of Alberta’s mission is to improve health and healthcare locally and globally through innovative teaching, research, and clinical care.

University of Alberta strives to involve students, faculty, staff, and community members in deepening our understanding of global citizenship and intercultural relations. It is also one of the top teaching and research universities in Canada, with a reputation for excellence in the humanities, sciences, creative arts, business, engineering, and health sciences.

Selection criteria for Canadian international scholarships:
Physics Department at the

College of Alberta
candidate must begin their program
The nominee will be selected based on their academic record.
Foreign students will be given preference.
Subject to annual assessment, this scholarship is renewable for up to three years.

Financial necessity may be taken into account by the department when recommending a candidate for the scholarship.

open to residents of Canada.

open to long-term occupants.

Available to foreign nationals with Canadian study visas.

available to candidates for PhD programs.

available to candidates for masters programs.

Open to candidates in programs with a course-based curriculum.

Open to candidates in programs with a thesis requirement.

The application method is:

Through the university portal, students can submit their admissions applications online. All qualified applicants will be taken into consideration.

 

application advantages

The chosen pupils will

receive a $18,000 grant that is renewable for up to three years to help pay for their Master of Doctoral studies at the University of Alberta.
Documentation needed:
CV

Statement of Intent

a transcript of grades

Reference documents

entry prerequisites

All academic requirements and supporting documentation must be met by applicants.

 

Language prerequisites

The following English language proficiency exams’ results must be submitted by the students:

 

Academic IELTS 6.5

IBT TOEFL – 90

English test on Duolingo: 115

CAEL – 707

180 CAE, 180 CPE

Academic PTE – 61

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