Saint Thomas Institution, usually known as St Thomas or STU, is a public Catholic liberal arts university in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, that was founded in 1910.
It is a small, predominantly undergraduate university that provides more than 1,800 students bachelor’s degrees in the arts, as well as over 30 humanities and social science programs, post-graduate programs in education, and social work to complement the bachelor’s community.
St. Thomas University invests $1.8 million each year in deserving students through more than 40 different forms of scholarships and bursaries.
The Chancellor’s Overseas Scholarship is one of the scholarships that St. Thomas University awards each year to the brightest international students who intend to pursue an undergraduate degree program at the university in any subject of study.
- Host university: St. Thomas University, Canada
- Number of scholarships: 1
- Scholarship value: It includes the entire international tuition charge and is renewable for up to four academic years.
- Field of study and Degree level: St. Thomas University offers undergraduate studies in any discipline.
- Application Deadline: March 1, 2021.
- The scholarship is given out every year to outstanding international first-year students.
- Applicants must possess a high school diploma or its equivalent.
- St. Thomas University must make an admissions offer to the applicant.
- Academic performance will be the primary criterion for selection, but other considerations such as leadership characteristics, extracurricular activities, and financial condition will also be considered.
- The entrance scholarship selection committee looks at the applicant’s admission average, performance, and program in grades 11 and 12, as well as their class position.
- Applicants may be asked to show proof of meeting St. Thomas University’s English language competency criteria.
- For the scholarship to be extended, students must maintain a minimum annual average of 3.7.
How to Apply:
Candidates for full-time admission to St. Thomas University’s bachelor of arts degree who maintain an admission average of at least 80% are automatically considered for entrance scholarships, including the Chancellor’s International Scholarship.