Canadian Francophone Scholarship Program

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The Canadian Francophone Scholarship Program is designed for students from developing countries that are members of la Francophonie who wish to pursue university or college studies.

Students from developing countries that are members of la Francophonie can apply for university scholarships at the three educational level: undergraduate, master or doctoral level or at the college level.

To submit a proposal, you must:

  • originate from and live in a developing country that is a member of la Francophonie;
  • be fluent in French (written and oral);
  • complete your previous degree or diploma at least five years before you submit your application;
  • be nominated by your government or a government agency.

    CIDA grants these awards according to the following criteria: a letter of intent and a detailed study of research proposal, as well as letters of recommendation.

    The Agency also reviews the applicant's previous work experience in the field, the relevance of the study to the developing country and the applicant's employment prospects after graduation, when he/she returns to his/her country.

    Proposals submitted by countries must include as many female as male applicants.

    To obtain more information on the Canadian Francophone Scholarship Program, contact the CIDA Development Officer at (819) 956-9717.

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