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The King’s University is a private Christian institution situated in Edmonton, in the beautiful Canadian province of Alberta. It’s been delivering world-class education to future leaders since 1979 - it’s a fantastic place to study.
The University offers a brilliant variety of popular programs. Overseas students can choose courses across disciplines including the arts, commerce, education, and the sciences - there’s something for every passion.
International students will have the pleasure of studying at the University’s beautiful campus. There are plenty of facilities to support your studies and health. It’s home to a spacious library, modern classrooms, and handy student support services.
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The King’s University is home to a thriving community of students from different countries, cultures, and traditions - overseas students attending the University receive a truly global experience. The atmosphere is very friendly and welcoming.
There are some great accommodation options to suit different budgets, tastes, and lifestyles at The King’s University. Students will benefit from excellent amenities, safe surroundings, and a tight-knit student community.
There are lots of opportunities to make new friends thanks to the numerous extracurricular activities available to enjoy. Whether you’re interested in sports, the arts, or volunteering - there’s something for everyone.
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A scholarship of CAD$1000 will be awarded to the third- or fourth-year student enrolled in the 4-year Bachelor of Arts degree program with a major in English who has achieved the highest GPA in English. This scholarship is designed to recognize and support the student who most clearly models the academic excellence for which Lewis is renowned.
This Silver Medal is normally awarded to the student with the highest academic standing entering his or her final year in a four-year chemistry degree program. Honors standing plus a minimum GPA of 3.50 in chemistry is required.
A CRC handbook is awarded to the student with the highest academic standing in first-year chemistry.
This award sponsors one or more students in Environmental Studies for leadership or professional development in the stewardship of creation. The award is subject to funding, and the number and value of awards may vary. See the Director of Environmental Studies for specific award opportunities.
A scholarship of CAD$3,000 will be annually awarded to a full-time student enrolled in the Bachelor of Music degree (performance) program or Performance Diploma program. If there are no eligible students, the Music department will consider a student in the Bachelor of Arts in Music program. Students may only hold this award once in their lifetime. To be eligible, students must apply before March 31 and submit a short video (3 to 5 minutes) demonstrating their music performance ability.
A scholarship of CAD$1,000 is available each year to a full-time incoming or returning student enrolled in a Music degree, Performer's Certificate, or Artist's Diploma program. To be eligible, students must have an average of 80% of higher on high school entrance marks or maintain a 3.30 GPA.
One award of up to CAD$2,500 will be awarded each year to a full-time incoming student who is enrolled in the Bachelor of Music degree. To be eligible, students must apply and submit a short video (3-5 minutes) demonstrating their music performance ability. Successful scholarship applicants will be contacted to audition in-person. Preference will be given to pianists although all performers will be considered.
A number of awards valuing between CAD$2,000-4,000 are available for Indigenous students studying business, education, or natural sciences.
One automatic scholarship of CAD$3000 to the student with the highest high school entrance grades by March 31.
A CAD$2000 scholarship will go to the student with the 2nd highest high school entrance grades by March 31.
Up to two automatic scholarships for students with the highest GPA in years 2, 3, and 4 of the Business program.
One scholarship of CAD$1,000 will be awarded each year to a full-time incoming or returning student who is enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts degree program with a major/first concentration in English.
An award of CAD$250 is available for the most outstanding Senior Research Thesis (SRT) Project. This award is available to all King's students enrolled in 3 or 4 credit SRT courses in disciplines that offer 4-year B.Sc. degrees (exceptional 2 credit Senior Independent Projects will also be considered).
A scholarship of CAD$500 is available to a student entering their final year of a degree program in History, or Politics, History and Economics (PHE).
One scholarship of CAD$500 will be awarded to a full-time student in the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science program with a major in Environmental Studies.
One scholarship of CAD$1,000 will be awarded each year to a full-time incoming or returning student who is enrolled in a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry program.
CAD$2,000 Admission scholarships are available to students entering the Bachelor of Education program.
CAD$1,000 Admission scholarships are available to students entering the Bachelor of Education program.
Up to 5 bursaries of CAD$1,000 will be awarded each year to a full-time incoming or returning student who is of Aboriginal decent. Preference will be given to students enrolled in or have the intention of pursuing a Bachelor of Education degree at King’s. To be eligible students must apply and provide proof of Aboriginal status.
This award recognizes and rewards academic achievement at the senior high level and encourages students to pursue post-secondary studies. Students can apply through their Alberta Student Aid account. Award amount varies between CAD$300-2,500.
An award of CAD$700 and a second award of $300 are made annually to the students submitting the best papers that give a Christian analysis and critique on the influence of contemporary, non-Christian thought on any discipline.
Two bursaries will be available each year to students who are experiencing a personal or family health crisis that puts the students’ ongoing university attendance in jeopardy. Applicants must provide a physician’s note stating they are experiencing a personal or family health crisis. One bursary of $1,500 will be awarded through the normal financial aid process.
The King’s University
9125 50 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6B 2H3, Canada
Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta and it's a wonderful place for international students to live and study. Overseas students are surrounded by countless shops, restaurants, parks, nightlife venues, and attractions.
Many international students will require a visa to study in Canada, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.Canada student visa requirements