Scholarship Category

High School and University/College Students
High school and university/college students may apply for ANY BUT NO MORE THAN ONE of the following scholarship award categories:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Arts & Sports
  • Volunteerism/Community Leadership
  • Bursary

Graduate Students
There is no subcategory for graduate students for 2019. However, special situations such as significant financial needs will also be considered. In this case, please submit reference letter(s) from an arm’s-length, attesting to the applicant’s current financial circumstances a copy of the applicant and/or parent(s)’ Notice of Assessment for the most recent tax year, and a cover letter that self-explaining the applicant’s financial needs.


Evaluation Criteria

Academic Excellence

Awardees will be selected based on the applicant’s academic performance (80%) and volunteerism/community leadership (20%).

To qualify for a scholarship award, applicants must have:

  • High school students – A minimum GPA of 75% for their most recently completed school year;
  • University/College students – A minimum GPA of 3.0 (or B) for their most recently completed academic year.

Arts & Sports

Awardees will be selected on the basis of academic performance (20%) and artistic/athletic ability or potential (80%).


Volunteerism/Community Leadership

Awardees will be selected based on the applicant’s volunteerism/community leadership (80%) and academic performance (20%).


Bursary

Awardees will be selected based on the applicant’s significant financial needs.


Graduate Students
Awardees will be selected based on the applicant’s academic performance (50%) and essay (50%).

Since its establishment in 1986, total 795 students

- Korean Canadian Scholarship Foundation of Edmonton -

Received scholarships amounting to $729,170 to date!

- Korean Canadian Scholarship Foundation of Edmonton -

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