Looking for an opportunity to study in Canada for this academic year? Here’s one for you! Leslie-Ann Hales English Study Grants at King’s University in Canada are now open to all students both local and International.
The study grant is open to all eligible candidates who wish to commence study at the University for the 2023/24 academic session.
About King’s University
The King’s University, located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is a private Canadian university ranking 52nd in Regional Universities South. The King’s University is Edmonton’s Christian University and serves students and communities across western Canada and around the world. King’s is a place where life-long friendships are formed each year.
King’s University has been committed to the highest level of excellence in teaching and research. The University is home to several Canada Research Chair appointees, 3M Teaching Award recipients, and acclaimed industry experts. King’s is known for its vibrant, tight kit campus, student-professor ratio, and accessible academic and mental health and wellness supports.
- To be eligible, a student must apply and have high school entrance marks averaging at least 80% or a 3.30 or higher post-secondary GPA with demonstrated excellence in English courses.
- Applicants must provide evidence of their competence in written and spoken English.
- Applicants must have high school certificates with an excellent academic record.
Bachelor of Arts degree
Bachelor of Arts degree program with a major or first concentration in English at the University.
Perks Leslie-Ann Hales English Study Grants:
The selected candidates will receive an amount of £1,000 for undertaking a Bachelor of Arts degree programme in the UK.
To be admitted, you need to meet the entry requirements for each qualification you plan to study.
To apply for the scholarship position, candidates must have to take admission in the Bachelor’s degree program at King’s University. After that, all eligible students will have to apply for the award.
King’s requires official transcripts from your high school and any post-secondary institutions you have attended, including Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate, YWAM, Capernwray, and other similar programs.
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