Grants for International Study at Canadian Mennonite University in Canada 2022

Entry is currently open to all international applicants who wish to begin master’s degree studies in Canada at the Canadian Mennonite University.

Canadian Mennonite University’s Graduate School of Theology and Ministry is pleased to offer this scholarship to deserving candidates who wish to begin their studies for the academic year 2022–2023.

Canadian Mennonite University was established in 1999 and is a private Mennonite institution with its headquarters in Manitoba, Canada. With majors in 19 topics and pre-professional studies in about 26 subjects, CMU provides four bachelor’s and graduate degrees.

Entrance Criteria: Applicants must fulfill the university’s admission requirements in order to be considered for admission.

Entry procedures: Applicants may submit their applications to CMU here in order to be considered for this prize. They can then use this financing scheme after that.
It is required of applicants to upload official digital transcripts, as well as official final hard or paper copies, to your online application site.
The School of Theology and Ministry’s language requirements are:
The following exams must be taken by international candidates whose first language is not English to prove their English language proficiency:
The TOEFL is a test of English as a foreign language. For the computer-based TOEFL, the minimum score is 213; for the Internet-based TOEFL, the minimum score is 550.
CanTest, the Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees: Minimum reading and listening scores are 4.5, while speaking and writing scores are 4.0.

Minimum score of 6.5 on the Academic Training track of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).
Students can test their level of English language ability by taking the Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic). The reading, writing, speaking, and listening abilities needed for academic settings are assessed on the computer-based academic English language proficiency exam known as PTE Academic. A PTE Academic score of 59 is required for Canadian Mennonite University.
Benefits: Applicants who choose to study in Canada will be reimbursed for their tuition costs by the Canadian Mennonite University.

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