The University of Ottawa is accepting applications for its partially funded Daniel Lamarre International Scholarships in Public Relations and Communication.
About the University of Ottawa and Scholarship
The University of Ottawa, sometimes known as uOttawa or U of O, is a multilingual public research university in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Its French name is Université d’Ottawa. The university became a pontifical university when Pope Leo XIII handed it a pontifical charter on February 5, 1889. On July 1, 1965, the university underwent a reorganization and became a company separate from any outside entity or religious group. As a result, the newly established Saint Paul institution, federated with the institution, preserved the civil and pontifical charters. The reconstituted university kept the surviving civil faculties.
The largest bilingual university in the world that speaks both English and French is the University of Ottawa. Ten schools, including the Telfer School of Management, the University of Ottawa Faculty of Social Sciences, the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, and the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, oversee the university’s extensive array of academic programs.
There are 12 locations of the University of Ottawa Library, which has a collection of more than 4.5 million books. With a projected research income of 420 million Canadian dollars in 2022, the institution belongs to the Canadian U15 group of research-intensive universities. The primary campus is located in the Sandy Hill community, 42.5 hectares (105 acres) northeast of Downtown Ottawa and just across the Rideau Canal.
Originally known as the College of Bytown, the institution was established in 1848 by Joseph-Bruno Guigues, the first bishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Ottawa. After being entrusted to the Oblates of Mary Immaculate in 1861, it was given the name College of Ottawa.
The Daniel Lamarre Scholarships in Public Relations and Communication are offered with pleasure by the University of Ottawa to international candidates. The institution is now accepting applications for the 2023/2024 academic year.
The award is available to University of Ottawa undergraduate students taking a course there. Students from a variety of nations, including Canada, are eligible to apply for this scholarship. The first-year students who are enrolled full-time will be considered. The scholarship winners will each get a $2,500 award.
Details about Daniel Lamarre International Scholarships in Public Relations and Communication at the University of Ottawa:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Ottawa, Canada
Scholarship Value: $2,500
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Undergraduate
Host Institution(s): University of Ottawa, Canada
Eligibility Criteria for Daniel Lamarre International Scholarships in Public Relations and Communication
Applicants are advised to meet the following conditions to be eligible for the Daniel Lamarre International Scholarships in Public Relations and Communication at the University of Ottawa:
- Students from Canada and other countries are also able to apply.
- Courses or Subjects That Are Eligible: Students may apply to any of the University of Ottawa’s undergraduate degree programs.
- The candidates must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate degree at the University of Ottawa for the first time.
- The candidates must fulfill the entrance criteria for the University of Ottawa program they have selected to pursue.
- Language Requirement: Students must submit their results from the following English language competence exams:
IELTS – 6.5
TOEFL IBT – 86
Duolingo – 120
PTE – 60
CAE – C1
CAEL – 60
- Letters of recommendation
- Language proficiency evidence
- Academic transcripts
- Program-specific documents
Application Procedure for Daniel Lamarre International Scholarships in Public Relations and Communication
The Submission Deadline is 31st October 2023