King’s University College, Canada announces special financial assistance for Indian students

King’s University College has announced the King’s International Student Award for Indian students that will offer a maximum value of $32,000 Canadian dollars. Interested candidates can apply for this financial assistance award at the official website of the varsity —

For students accepted to Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies (BMOS), the award is valued at a maximum of $6,500 (Canadian dollars) per year for a maximum of four years. However, the value goes higher, up to a maximum of $8,000 (Canadian dollars) per year for a maximum of four years for students accepted to all other degree programmes.

This financial award has been designed to attract, encourage, and support Indian students to pursue higher education in Canada, with a maximum value of $32,000 Canadian dollars. “The award is a significant step towards building the Indo-Canadian cross-border relations while improving the flux of talent, academic and cultural exchange between the two countries,” a statement from the varsity stated.

Students may also be eligible for the King’s International Entrance Scholarship and Continuing Scholarship in their years of their programme. The international high school entrance scholarship ranges from $2,500 to $5,000 based on the final average, while the continuing scholarship for full-time students ranges from $2,500 to $4,000.

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