Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development (SEED)
Deadline: March 3, 2022
he Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development (SEED) program provide students Scholarship with short-term exchange opportunities for study or research in Canadian post-secondary institutions at the college, undergraduate, and graduate levels. The value of the scholarship is Up to CAD 15,900.
Competition: Open for the 2022-2023 academic year
Deadline: March 3, 2022
Who applies: Canadian post-secondary institutions
NOTE: Only Canadian institutions can submit applications on behalf of candidates. They may choose to set their own internal deadline to receive supporting documentation.
Description: The Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development (SEED) program provides students, from member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), with short-term exchange opportunities for study or research in Canadian post-secondary institutions at the college, undergraduate and graduate levels.
- be citizens of an ASEAN member state (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos (Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR)), Malaysia, Myanmar, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, or Vietnam);
- be enrolled as a full-time student at a post-secondary institution in an eligible country and paying tuition fees to that institution at the time of application and for the full duration of the exchange.
Candidates are not eligible:
- if they hold or have a pending application for Canadian citizenship or permanent residency;
- if they are already participating in a scholarship program funded by the Government of Canada;
- if they are already enrolled in a degree or diploma program at a Canadian post-secondary institution; or
- if they have previously received a scholarship under the Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development.
Canadian post-secondary institution eligibility
The Canadian post-secondary institution must:
- be a Designated Learning Institution;
- have a valid student exchange agreement with the candidate’s home institution that waives tuition fees for scholarship recipients. For college and undergraduate research applications with no agreement, a letter issued by the Canadian institution’s international office or equivalent will be accepted; and
- inform both the candidate and the home institution of any mandatory fees that, in exceptional cases, cannot be waived, prior to applying for a scholarship on the candidate’s behalf.