Canada, pursue your studies. There’s good news! The Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program (CFSP) is now accepting applications.
We will go through the details of this scholarship program, its perks, and the application process step by step in this article. International students can apply for the Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program 2022-2023, which is fully financed. This scholarship is available for master’s and doctoral programs. This scholarship awards an average of $35,000 per year.
The GASP (Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program) is a scholarship program designed to build organizational capacity by training staff from La Francophonie’s poorest countries. The program is fully funded by the Canadian government, which has handed it to the Canadian Bureau for International Education/World University Service of Canada collaboration since January 1, 2015.
The long-term objective of the program is to encourage the growth of recipient nations by providing priority to:
- Improving the skills of college and university personnel in the field of education and research
- Training of trainers, particularly in the field of technical and vocational education.
- Increasing and strengthening the skills of specialists and managers in the public and private sectors.
Since July 1, 2006, the AUCC has been the executing organisation for the Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program (CFSP). The CFSP programme is entirely funded by the Canadian government. The CFSP is a scholarship programme that trains nationals from 37 poor nations in La Francophonie to enhance institutional capacity. The Canadian Partnership Branch of the Canadian International Development Agency manages the initiative (CIDA).
Through collaboration among its member institutions, the Association of Colleges and Universities of the Canadian Francophonie promotes community college and university education in Canada’s minority francophone populations. Each member institution plays a critical role in the cultural, social, and economic development of the community it serves. The Association represents its member institutions to the Government of Canada, as well as national and international organisations, on issues of mutual interest. When it did not include community college members, the organisation was known as the Association of Universities of the Canadian Francophonie, or in French, Association des universités de la francophonie canadienne (AUFC).
- Level of Study: Masters/ Doctoral
- Institution(s): CFSP
- Study in: Canada
- Program Period: 4 years
- Deadline: Varies according to the country
- Business Administration
- Economics and Finance Sciences
- Electronic Commerce Law
- Education Science / Education
- Environmental Studies-Environmental Sciences
- Health Sciences / Public and Community Health
- Information and Communication Technologies
- Management / Human Resources
- Project Management, Logistics
- Transportation, and Marketing
- Pure and Applied Sciences
- Agriculture, Water
- Environment and Engineering Sciences
- Automotive, Aerospace
- Aerospace, Civil Engineering
- Mining Engineering, Biomedical, etc.
Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program CFSP provides the recipient with the following benefits:
- The average amount of the fund annually: 35000 $
Eligibility Criteria for Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program
To be eligible for Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program CFSP, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Required Language: French
- Eligible Countries: Egypt, Lebanon, Tunisia, Morocco, Djibouti, Mauritania, Comoros, & Other Countries are from Africa.
- Candidates identified and selected may apply for university studies leading to a master’s and doctoral degree, for technical and vocational training, or for short-term internships.
- Institutions targeted by recipient countries conduct internal recruitment campaigns to identify qualified candidates who show the greatest aptitude for helping strengthen their institution’s capacities when they return to their country.
- Clinical training in pharmacy, medicine, and dentistry is excluded.
- Candidates are selected by using a quota system for each recipient country. The quota approach allows recipient countries to define their own priorities for training, as well as the level of training required for the development of their institutions.
How to Apply for Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program CFSP?
Please visit official website link given at the end. However, here are important steps to avail Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program CFSP:
- You need to prepare the following documents:
- Curriculum vita up to date;
- Institutional/ Individual Needs Questionnaires (sent only to eligible applicants);
- Cover letter;
- Document concerning objectives and goals
- certified copy of diplomas and transcripts;
- Referral forms;
- certified copy of the passport and the birth certificate.
- You need to DEPOSIT the APPLICATIONS to the places that the scholarship is dealing with in the country.
- You can know all about places of deposit the application and the deadlines from here
To know more about Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program CFSP, please visit Official Website.