Ontario Trillium Scholarships (OTS) for International Students in Canada, 2017
University of Ontario Institute of Technology is offering Ontario Trillium Scholarships (OTS) to pursue PhD programme. International students are eligible to apply for these scholarships.
The Ontario Trillium Scholarships (OTS) program is a significant initiative to attract more of the best qualified international students to Ontario for PhD studies. This program supports the 2010 Open Ontario Commitment to increase the number of international students in Ontario while maintaining spaces for qualified domestic students.
UOIT’s innovative and unique undergraduate and graduate programs are designed to meet your interests and career aspirations, along with the market-driven requirements of employers.
Course Level: Scholarships are available to pursue PhD programme.
Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded to learn any of the subjects offered by the university.
Scholarship Award: Scholarship of $40,000 annually and is renewable for up to a total of four years subject to academic performance and availability of funding. Renewal beyond the first year requires a minimum GPA of A-minus in all completed courses.
Scholarship can be taken in the Canada
Eligibility: The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for scholarship:
In order to be eligible for an OTS, a candidate must meet all of the following criteria:
Must be an international student:
International students are students who have received a temporary resident visa as a member of the student class under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) on the first day of class.
Domestic and refugee students who are eligible for government financial assistance (e.g., under the Ontario Student Assistance Program [OSAP], or whose enrolment is counted for the purpose of calculating the institution’s operating grants, etc.) are ineligible to receive an OTS.
Must meet English language proficiency requirements at the time of application.
Must intend to pursue full-time graduate studies at an eligible Ontario university at the doctoral level. A full-time doctoral student is a student who must:
-Be studying to earn a doctoral degree at an eligible institution.
-Be pursuing her/his studies on a full-time basis.
-Begin their program in September of an academic year.
-Be geographically available and visit her/his campus regularly.
-Not be employed outside the university except by permission of her/his academic supervisor.
-Not be intending to enrol in a qualifying or make-up year.
Must not currently be studying at an Ontario post-secondary institution at the undergraduate or graduate level.
Must not have concurrently accepted a scholarship or fellowship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), or the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), or be receiving an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) or Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology (OGSST) award.
Must maintain satisfactory research progress for the duration of this award.
Applicants should note that meeting or exceeding the minimum stated requirements does not guarantee an offer of funding. Allocations will be based on the number and quality of applicants. All decisions are final.
Nationality: International students are eligible to apply for these scholarships.
College Admission Requirement
Entrance Requirements: Applicants must intend to pursue full-time graduate studies at an eligible Ontario university at the doctoral level.
English language Requirements: If you are from a country where English is not the first language of instruction, you must submit evidence of oral and written proficiency in English with your scholarship application.
Applicants must arrange for original test scores to be sent directly from the testing centre to the Office of Graduate Studies. For more details, visit English language proficiency page.