Entrance Scholarships for American and International High School Students

Entrance Scholarships for American and International High School Students

If you have been admitted to Carleton with an admission average of 80 percent or better and meet language requirements, you will automatically be considered for a renewable entrance scholarship. The admission average we use is calculated from the marks submitted by your high school in support of your application. Entrance scholarships are offered for fall entry only.  You may be offered a renewable entrance scholarship provided you are entering Carleton for the first time and have no previous attendance at post secondary educational institutions.  If eligible when admitted to Carleton, the scholarship value will be determined by your admissions average as calculated at the time of admission. Entrance scholarship offers are not assessed or reassessed on final high school grades.

Entrance Scholarships International  Students

Number of Scholarships & Value

Admission Average

 Unlimited @ $16,000

($4,000 x four years)      

95 – 100%

 Unlimited @ $12,000

($3,000 x four years)

90 – 94.9%

 Unlimited @ $8,000

 ($2,000 x four years)

85 – 89.9%

 Unlimited @ $4,000

 ($1,000 x four years)

80 – 84.9%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

University Name: Carleton University
 

  • Program : Entrance
  • Amount : 16,000 CAD
  • Deadline Date : Not specified
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