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Canada as a study or research destination also offers scholarship opportunities to non-Canadian residents. To find scholarships, fellowships or funding opportunities available, check available resources for more information.
Scholarships update frequently. It is best to check often to see what unique scholarships are available for application. If not, you can drop an email to your advisor to see if there are current scholarships/bursary for local students.
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Study and Stay is a comprehensive international student support and career transition program focused on specific tasks that include: employment-related events, activities, workshops, and a career mentorship and experiential workplace learning component. Participants will be supported as they transition from ‘student’ to ‘professional’ over the course of their studies, benefiting from this unique program in the following way:
- Receive one-on-one employment and transition support from an EduNova Retention Coordinator, with additional support from campus and community;
- Develop professional networks through a province-wide cohort of peers and business networks;
- Attend a 2-day Employment Preparedness and Cohort Retreat each year of your studies. The first retreat will introduce the participants to the program, each other, potential employers, and Nova Scotian business and government leaders.
- Reflect and learn through career assessments and self-values analysis;
- Develop a personalized career and goal-setting plan while gaining a better understanding of the Nova Scotia labour market—both in regional and international contexts;
- Build valuable employment skills including professional job search, resume, interview techniques;
- Develop workplace knowledge, professional and employment connections;
- Gain enhanced communication skills including confidence to talk to employers, and understanding of intercultural communication for the workplace;
- Develop personal branding techniques and a professional on-line profile;
- Participate in peer and community workplace mentorships;
- Attend a Branding and Employment Skills Training (BEST) conference;
- Complete a workplace placement/job voucher program (Experiential Learning)