The Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development (SEED) initiative was launched by the Canadian government on August 6, 2017 in order to give students from ASEAN member states the chance to conduct short study or research in Canadian post-secondary institutions.
Hence, EduCanada is offering the scholarship for participating ASEAN countries including the Philippines for August 1, 2023 intake (fall semester) and no later than February 1, 2024 (winter/spring semester).
Who can apply for the scholarship?
According to EduCanada, the eligible nationals, must be a citizen of an ASEAN member state which include the Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos (Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR)), Malaysia, Myanmar, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, or Vietnam.
Furthermore, interested applicants must be a student enrolled full-time at a post-secondary institution in an ASEAN member state, paying tuition fees to that institution at the time of application and for the full duration of your exchange.
What is the duration of the study?
The duration vary from four months to eight months or one academic term to two academic terms.
Scholars may study or research at the college or undergraduate level, or the graduate level (Masters and PhD).
What are the benefits under the scholarship?
If accepted, scholars will received CAD 12,000 (Php 480,000) to CAD 15, 9000 (Php 636, 318) which grantees can disburse to:
- visa or study/work permit fees
- airfare via the most direct and economical route
- health insurance
- living expenses, such as accommodation, utilities and food
- ground transportation, including a public transportation pass
- books and supplies required for their study or research, excluding computers and other equipment
How to file your application?
All interested applicants may visit the website of EduCanada for more details about the scholarship and how to apply via this link
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Source: Edu Canada