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Option Three: CAN-COLLEGE’s entrance scholarships for international students
CAN-COLLEGE offers a variety of scholarships, bursaries and grants for international students who meet the following criteria:
Are applying directly to Can-College for a Designated Vocational Diploma at Can-College and who display leadership potential in a global occupational need environment through excellence in their chosen field and first-rate academic achievement in past credentials.
The scholarship value received by the students depends on their cumulative grade point average (CGPA). and could range between 30 and 50 percent of tuition as partial credit.
The scholarship value received by the students depends on their cumulative grade point average (CGPA) upon admission.
International students must submit their scholarship applications before the Entrance Award Application deadline, which is at least a month before the start of their term at Can-College. Moreover, international students are only entitled to receive one entrance scholarship, grant or bursary. Most scholarships, bursaries and grants require a personal statement, so prospective students are encouraged to submit a personal statement along with their application. The value of a particular scholarship cannot exceed the students’ tuition fees; scholarship disbursements will be pro-rated based on the number of courses the student is registered in.
Even after receiving scholarships, international students must continue to meet all the requirements, which includes remaining in good academic standing. Students who receive Can-College’s scholarships, grants and bursaries are encouraged to represent the university as ambassadors for outreach initiatives in their home countries.
We will notify bursary recipients through the email you have provided, Decisions or related information is not available via phone at this time. Double-check that your email address is current and active and that @ccecollege.com is on your safe sender list.
Changes to your financial situation
If you are facing unexpected financial distress or have had a significant change in your financial situation, contact via email an Enrolment Services Advisor. They can help you through this difficult time and make sure you get the support you need.
If you have been awarded a bursary or scholarship and have recently come into additional resources not reported on your bursary application, you must report this to your Enrolment Services Advisor.
Other payment options:
Even if you cannot qualify for any of above or have not been successful to seek financial assistance from other sources C.C.E.C. can still work with you to make easy payment plans including but not limited to deferring your partial fee until after you graduate and in easy monthly payment at zero interest rate.
Please select an option during admission application submission or send an email to admission administrator for further information or call +1-905-49-3631 EXT 102, 103
Option One: Can-College’s Employer-Sponsored Scholarship Program
Can-College’s Employer-Sponsored Scholarship Program offers scholarship awards specifically to employees or dependents of eligible employees of an affiliated organization or employer.
Each scholarship is worth CAN$2,000-4,000. Eligible employees of an Affiliated Organisation/Employer from Canada or Internationally can apply anytime from the start of each admission intake session to the end of the year.
Option Two: Live Our Vision of Education (L.O.V.E.) Vocational Program Graduate Scholarship
This scholarship is limited to those students who are pursuing a Designated Vocational Diploma program at Can-College through an affiliated Designated Institution outside Canada and who display leadership potential in a global occupational need environment through excellence in their chosen field and first-rate academic achievement in past credentials.
If you are an international student who is interested in studying in Canada, then look no further than Can-College, which offers a variety of vocational career based diploma programs and preparatory programs. Once your application process is underway to the LOA and final stage, we can take a look at the scholarships, grants or awards that you can apply for.
If you meet the above criteria and have received an offer of admission from C.C.E.C. you may submit your application for consideration. (C.C.E.C. Student ID is required to apply. You will find this on your Offer Letter)
This scholarship is distributed to the recipients as part of the partial tuition credit, which could be up to 30-50 percent.
If you are an institution outside Canada who wish to affiliate with us for a scholarship program for your students.
How to Apply: If you are an institution please use this link and submit your interest. Once submitted, please allow 3 to 5 business days for our college administrative staff to contact you for further details and options.
Requirements for institutions to qualify for affiliation with Can-College:
Please contact your college administration to initiate your application.