The Karen McKellin International Leader of Tomorrow Award recognizes international undergraduate students who demonstrate superior academic achievement, leadership skills, student affairs, and community service involvement.
- Host Institution(s): University of British Columbia in Canada
- Level/Field of Study: Eligible undergraduate degrees offered by UBC
- Number of Awards: Not specified.
- Target Group: International students
Your Karen McKellin International Leader of Tomorrow Award is worth according to how much money you need.
The amount of money you and your family can provide each year is deducted from the total tuition, fees, and living expenses to calculate your financial need.
The financial data you and your family submit is the foundation for a specific needs analysis.
Your award may be extended for up to three more years of undergraduate study or until you have earned your degree, whichever comes first, provided you maintain a satisfactory academic standing in your department, continue demonstrating financial need, and keep your Canadian study permit (student visa).
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To be eligible for the Karen McKellin Foreign Leader of Tomorrow Award, you must be a foreign student enrolled in Canadian academic programs with a valid study permit from that country.
• You must transfer from your first year of a post-secondary college or another university or have graduated from a recognized secondary school to enrol at UBC.
• Two years before the academic year you are applying for, you must have graduated from high school in June. For instance, candidates for 2023 must have completed their high school education no sooner than June 2020.
• Your application must be for your first undergraduate degree.
• You must exhibit exceptional academic achievement (all As or standards equivalent).
• You must Meet UBC’s entrance standards, including general and degree-specific requirements and the English Language entrance Standard.
- You must demonstrate a level of financial need that would otherwise preclude you from obtaining a UBC degree.
Applications are currently closed.
You will need a nomination from your school or a non-profit organization to be considered for the International Scholars program. Additionally, you must provide a reference from an academic referee.
Please ensure that your school or non-profit can nominate you and inform your nominator and academic referee that you intend to apply for the International Scholars Program.
Submit your award application and complete the online application for admission to UBC by 1 December 2021. You must meet the UBC English Language Admission Requirement by 1 February 2023.
It is important to visit the official website (link found below) to access the online application form and for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.
Official Scholarship Website: http://you.ubc.ca/financial-planning/scholarships-awards-international-students/international-scholars/
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