University of Alberta, Canada Centenary Scholarships 2018/2019 


The University of Alberta, Canada is offering its Centenary Scholarships to students who would like to pursue undergraduate studies in the university.

The aim of the scholarships is to financially support international students who want to pursue an undergraduate degree program.

The University of Alberta is located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was founded by Alexander Cameron Rutherford, the first premier of Alberta, and Henry Marshall Tory, its first president.


Variable from $20,000; payable over four years
Eligibility Criteria

  • Students on a Study Permit with superior academic achievement entering the first year of an undergraduate degree program at the University of Alberta.
  • Selection is based on academic standing and demonstrated leadership qualities based on involvement in extracurricular and community activities.
  • Renewal of funding for the second, third, and fourth years is contingent upon achieving a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a full normal course load at the University of Alberta while studying on a Study Permit.

Guides for Applicants 

  • In order to apply for scholarships, you must first apply for admission to a degree program at the University of Alberta. After applying for admission in the university, you will receive a CCID and password. You will use the CCID and Password to access the scholarship application portal.
  • To access the scholarship application portal, applicants are to visit the online portal with their CCID and password to have access and apply for the scholarship.
  • If you are experiencing difficulties accessing the Major International Scholarship application, please contact the University via the email:
  • Please note that before you apply for the scholarship, you must have applied for admission to a degree program at the University of Alberta.
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18th December, 2017

Further Information 

Visit the Official Scholarship Website of the University of Alberta.

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