Looking for a way to spend this academic year studying in Canada? This one is for you! All students, both local and international, are now eligible for the Leslie-Ann Hales English Study Grants at King’s University in Canada.
All eligible candidates who desire to begin studies at the university in the academic year 2022/23 are eligible for the study grant.
The University of King’s
The King’s Institution is a private Canadian university in Edmonton, Alberta, that ranks 52nd in Regional Universities South. The King’s University is a Christian university in Edmonton that serves students and communities from all around Western Canada and the world. Each year, King fosters the formation of lifelong connections.
King’s University is dedicated to teaching and research at the greatest possible level. Several Canada Research Chairs, 3M Teaching Award winners, and renowned industry professionals call the University home. King’s is noted for its vibrant, small-town atmosphere, low student-to-faculty ratio, and easy access to academic and mental health and wellness resources.
Criteria for selection:
To be considered, a student must apply and have an average of at least 80% in high school admission exams or a 3.30 or higher post-secondary GPA with shown distinction in English courses.
Applicants must demonstrate their ability to communicate in written and spoken English.
Applicants must have completed high school and have a strong academic record.
Level of Education
Bachelor of Arts Degree
The University offers a Bachelor of Arts degree program with an English major or first emphasis.
Perks English Study Grants: Leslie-Ann Hales
The chosen candidates will get £1,000 for pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in the United Kingdom.
Procedure for Entry:
You must meet the entry requirements for each qualification you wish to pursue in order to be admitted.
Procedures for Applying
Candidates must apply for admission to King’s University’s Bachelor’s degree program in order to be considered for the scholarship. Following that, all qualified students must apply for the scholarship.
Official transcripts from high school and any post-secondary institutions you’ve attended, including Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate, YWAM, Capernwray, and other similar programs, are required by King’s.