At Huron, we’re proud of what our students accomplish and we are committed to rewarding academic excellence and community service. Scholarships are renewable during every year at Huron provided the student maintains a minimum average of 80% on 5.0 courses during the regular academic term. The below scholarships are for International Students who will be studying at Huron on a student Visa. If you are a Canadian or Permanent Resident of Canada who is living overseas, please click here to see the scholarships you are eligible to apply for.
INTERNATIONAL ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS ($4,000 TO $60,000):
International students with strong entrance averages will automatically be assessed for scholarships valued between $4,000 to $60,000 over four years ($1,000 to $15,000 per year), based on their academic results.
No supplemental application is required for this scholarship, you will automatically be assessed for International Entrance Scholarships during the application process to any Huron program and any scholarships awarded will be stated on your Offer of Admission letter.
After receiving an Offer of Admission, international students can also submit an optional supplemental application form to demonstrate leadership, community involvement, and extra-curricular achievement, to be considered for an increased International Entrance Scholarship.
FRANK HOLMES ACADEMIC ATHLETE SCHOLARSHIPS ($4,500):
TWO AVAILABLE: Two, two-year renewable scholarships are awarded annually, one each to a male and female full-time Huron student who is registered on a Western Varsity Athletic team.
Value: Up to $4,500 per year
Eligibility: This scholarship competition is open to all full-time Huron students who are registered on a Western Varsity Athletic team.
Incoming first-year students must be entering a full-time program at Huron (5.0 courses taken during the regular academic year – September to April); have achieved a Grade 12 final average of 80.0% or better; and be registered on a university-level, intercollegiate athletic team at Western University.