The CanadaVisa Study Hub contest is designed to help international students in Canada get a head start when establishing themselves as students and recent graduates in the country.
Registration is open to students aged 18 and over who are studying in Canada or are recent graduates working on a Post-Graduate Work Permit.
Eligible Study Hub members have a chance to win in any of our upcoming contest periods in July, August, and September.
Every month, one individual will receive $500 to help with the costs of living and studying in Canada.
The contest period starts today and the first draw will take place on August 6, 2017. But, make sure you sign up by 11.59 p.m. EST on July 31 for the first contest period.
Eligibility requirements to enter the contest:
- Be a member of the CanadaVisa Study Hub
- Have a valid study permit and/or post-graduation work permit
- Provide proof of enrolment at a Canadian post-secondary institution
Entering the contest is free and easy — simply join the Study Hub, fill out some basic information in your profile, and find out if you’re eligible to enter the scholarship contest by navigating to the “Scholarship tab”.
Additional features offered to members
In addition to the monthly $500 scholarship, as a study hub member you can enjoy other exciting features, such as:
- a Status Checker to help you keep track of your immigration status in Canada and receive personalized notifications when it is about to change;
- the CanadaVisa School Search to browse through hundreds of designated post-secondary learning institution profiles across Canada — including language schools across the country;
- a webinar section dedicated exclusive informational videos that cover a wide range of topics based on your suggestions and votes;
- immigration Notifications to help you keep track of Canadian immigration program changes;
- an International Student Forum where you can discuss your experience with other prospective or current international students and graduates in Canada;
- a Pathway to Canadian Immigration to help you plan your steps as an international student in Canada, from obtaining a study permit to settling as a permanent resident;
- and many more tools and resources to help you navigate life as an international student in Canada!
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