With the largest number of bachelor’s degrees and post-graduate programs among British Columbia colleges, Douglas College has a reputation for balancing the educational fundamentals associated with a university with the professional qualifications associated with a college.
Almost 17,000 students, which include 4,210 foreign students representing more than 92 different nations, participate in accredited programs at the Douglas College each year. As a result of its solid academic foundation, most of the college’s accredited coursework is cross-over to various research universities in British Columbia and Canada, allowing students to pursue their academic objectives in a flexible manner.
Douglas College operates with two principal campuses in Greater Vancouver in New Westminster and Coquitlam, and a number of secondary campuses in Surrey, Burnaby and Maple Ridge. Having these two primary campuses located on SkyTrain tracks makes Douglas among the best connected post-secondary establishments in Metro Vancouver, attracting students from all over the region.
Douglas College has been known successfully to motivate students to pursue and excel at what they passionately believe in through challenging and empowering academic opportunities and a lifetime of achievement and commitment to their goals. In DC, students engage in equitable and mutually respectful treatment of one another and behave ethically in their academic, interpersonal, and administrative practices.
- Host University: Douglas College;
- Host Country: Canada;
- Study Level: Graduate and Undergraduate Levels;
- Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
- Scholarship Worth: 2,500$;
- Eligible Countries: National and International Students;
- Available Subjects: All Subjects;
- Application Deadline: January 31st, 2022.
The Dr. Guangwei Ouyang International Education Entrance Scholarships are available for Graduate, Undergraduate, National and International Students in all fields at the Douglas College, Canada.
Successful candidates will be awarded $2,500 to complete their program of instruction at Douglas College.
- Nominees are required to have submitted an application to Douglas College;
- Candidates will be expected to have a strong record of meaningful past achievement and commitment to the college, their local community, and or their own self-development.
In order to be considered for the scholarship, each applicant must complete a separate scholarship application through the university’s student portal and submitted by the deadline for admission to the university.
In order to be accepted in these scholarships, all candidates are required to present the following documents:
- A visa;
- Passport that need to be valid;
- College or High School Records.
Applicants are required to have completed high school or a post-secondary diploma and either be at the age of 17 or have a high school diploma.
Conditions of Language:
- CAEL : 60 ;
- IELTS : 7.0 ;
- Duolingo : 110 ;
- TOEFL IBT : 83 ;
- PTE : 56
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