Slated to launch from September 15 to November 15, BCSA is inviting students who have been or are currently abroad to participate in the 4th Annual BC Study Abroad Contest! Simply follow the directions here, and you may find yourself the proud winner of a GoPro Camera sponsored by Study and Go Abroad!
ATTENTION BC STUDENTS!
The Stories from Abroad Scholarship is back for Fall 2017! So, what are you waiting for? Apply by October 9, 2017 for a chance to receive $1,000 to help you go abroad!
Look for Stories from Abroad: $1000 British Columbia Study Abroad Scholarship on the Financial Aid page for more information.
Following our last 2017 Stories from Abroad: British Columbia Study Abroad Scholarship winners announcement, we are now delighted to congratulate our next group of winners who will soon embark on their study abroad journey!
This year we have a record number of eleven winners selected from various BC institutions and each student will recieve $1,000.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Stories from Abroad: British Columbia Study Abroad Scholarship! This year we have a record number of eleven winners selected from various BC institutions.
Each student will be receiving $1,000.
Read about our winners who are currently abroad below, and stay tuned to see our announcement of our next group of winners who will begin their study abroad experience later in 2017!
Mitacs is now accepting applications for competitive international research opportunities, including student travel to and from Canada. The deadline to apply is March 31, 2017 at 5 p.m. PST.
Projects last 12–24 weeks and are open to graduate students. Select destinations are also open to senior undergraduates. Funding varies by destination.
For students in Canada to do research in Brazil:
Are you interested in Chinese culture and/or the travel & tourism industry? If you are, there is an opportunity for you to spend three weeks in the home of a Chinese family in an historical village!
The Jinhua Municipal Government of Zhejiang Province, China, plans to preserve the original cultural atmosphere of Jinhua historical villages, while developing them for travel and ecotourism. To do so, they are looking for BC students, teachers and/or recent graduates to help promote homestay tourism in Jinhua's historical villages.
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Vancouver has just announced two scholarship opportunities for students in British Columbia!
For those of you looking for opportunities to go abroad and/or interested in learning about the Taiwanese culture and society, be sure to look for the following scholarships on Financial Aid for more information.