Canada’s 2022 King’s University Bachelors Scholarship Award

August 15, 2022 is the deadline.

Are you looking to further your career? Stop looking now! The H.J. and J.H. Kits Music Scholarships are being made available to overseas students by the King’s University of Canada for the academic year 2022–2023.

Students who are enrolled full-time in the university’s Music degree, Performer’s Certificate, or Artist’s diploma programs and are new or returning students are eligible for the scholarship program. Students must maintain a 3.30 GPA or have an average of 80% or above on their high school entrance exams to be eligible.

The King’s University is a privately owned Canadian institution of higher learning located in Edmonton, Alberta, and is ranked 52nd in Regional Universities South.

The King’s University is a Christian university in Edmonton that offers educational opportunities to individuals and groups in western Canada and beyond. Every year, lifelong connections are created at King’s.

King’s is a private Catholic institution dedicated to the unrestricted search for the truth as well as the creation and sharing of knowledge in the interest of mankind.

King’s creates a welcoming and empowering atmosphere for students by fostering their ability for critical thought, eloquent expression, creativity, and ethical action via the integration of liberal arts-based academic programs and extensive student assistance.

Selection Method:
Candidates must possess the necessary 3.3 GPA and 80%.
Students must be from other countries.
Candidates must hold high school diplomas and have exemplary academic records.
Relevant Subjects
The University awards an undergraduate degree in music as well as a performer’s certificate or an artist’s diploma.

For their undergraduate studies, the chosen international students will receive $1,000 from King’s University.

Application Methodology:
Applications for undergraduate admission to Kings University must be submitted online through the university site. After that, all qualified students must submit an application for the prize.

Supporting Documents: Advanced Placement (A.P.), International Baccalaureate, YWAM, Capernwray, and other comparable programs’ official transcripts from high school and any post-secondary schools the students have attended are required.

All candidates must demonstrate English language proficiency that will allow them to excel in their university courses as one of the entry requirements. Unaffected by citizenship or place of origin, proficiency must be shown.
The University has admittance standards that candidates must fulfill.