CANADIAN GOVERNMENT 2023/2024 SCHOLARSHIP FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Both Canadian students who want to pay for their education abroad and international students who want to study in Canada can apply for scholarships through the Government of Canada Scholarships. Here are a few scholarships that prospective overseas students at MITT can look into.
Global Affairs Canada is in charge of the Government of Canada Scholarships’ involvement in key international scholarship contests. Promoting cross-cultural understanding, cultivating global citizens, assisting in the development of leaders, and advancing the advancement of nations are the objectives of government.
The Government of Canada is the entity in charge of supervising the federal government of Canada.In a constitutional monarchy, the Crown serves as the only agency, acting in three different capacities: as the executive branch’s “Crown in Council,” the legislative branch’s “Crown in Parliament,” and the judiciary branch’s “Crown on the Bench.”
However, the Crown’s authority is exercised by three bodies: the Privy Council (traditionally the Cabinet), the Canadian Parliament, and the judicial system. The phrase “Government of Canada” can refer to all three institutions or, more specifically, to the executive, which is made up of the federal civil service (which the Cabinet oversees) and the Crown ministers, and is also known as “Her Majesty’s Government.”
The Constitution Act of 1867 created the existing order as a federal constitutional monarchy at Confederation. The cornerstone, or most essential building block, of Canada’s Westminster-style parliamentary democracy is the Canadian Crown.
The Crown is the governing body that oversees the legislative, executive, and judicial aspects of Canadian government. The governor-general, who is now Mary Simon, represents Queen Elizabeth II, who is the head of state, immediately. A prime minister, or “Justin Trudeau,” is the leader of a government that the Crown invites to form a government after winning the support of the House of Commons. This is typically done by electing enough members of a single political party to win a majority of seats in Parliament, or “seats,” in a federal election, thereby establishing a governing party.
Other aspects of government, including written statutes, court decisions, and unwritten customs forged over centuries, are defined in the remainder of the Canadian Constitution.
The Queen’s Privy Council for Canada is the body that formally advises the sovereign or their representative on how to exercise executive authority. The Queen’s Privy Council, sometimes known as the Cabinet, which jointly establishes the government’s policies and priorities for the nation, almost solely carries out this function through a committee.
The prime minister serves as the head of the Government of Canada, which is made up of the ministers of the Crown. The sovereign chooses the members of the Cabinet on the recommendation of the prime minister, who is often chosen from the House of Commons or, less frequently, the Senate.
Additionally, the administration must keep the confidence of the House of Commons throughout its tenure, and several crucial votes, including the approval of the government’s budget, are regarded as confidence motions.
Worth of the Canadian Government International Student Scholarships
Depending on the length of study, the Government of Canada Scholarships for International Students are worth CAD 10,200 or CAD 12,700. The money should be used to pay for the candidate’s books and supplies for study or research, excluding computers and other equipment, as well as the most direct and reasonably priced flight for the scholarship recipient, health insurance, living expenses like housing, utilities, and food.
You must be a citizen or legal resident of one of the eligible nations or territories to be eligible for Government of Canada Scholarships. Asian nations Bangladesh, Nepal, Taiwan; European nations Turkey, Ukraine; Middle Eastern and North African nations Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia; and Sub-Saharan African nations Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Senegal, and the Ivory Coast.
To be eligible, you must be a full-time student paying tuition fees to a post-secondary institution in a recognized country or territory at the time of application and throughout the exchange.
A Designated Learning Institution (DLI) is required for the post-secondary institution in Canada.
The applicant’s home university must have a current student exchange agreement with them that waives tuition for scholarship recipients.
Also, make sure you are eligible for Government of Canada Scholarships by meeting the prerequisites.