Scholarships and bursaries

The University of Ottawa is proud to have one of the most generous scholarships and bursaries offerings in the country. Our students can apply for a large number of scholarships and bursaries offered by the University of Ottawa and the community. A scholarship is awarded for academic achievements while a bursary is awarded based on financial need.

InfoIf you’re pursuing studies at the graduate level and are looking for financial support, see the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website.

Undergraduate scholarships and bursaries

Read about a number of our undergraduate scholarships and bursaries below. To search for all scholarships and bursaries, get application criteria or apply, use the Online Scholarships and Bursaries tool.

General eligibility criteria for an admission scholarship or bursary
  • Meet the admission requirements of the faculty concerned;
  • Be a first-time registered undergraduate student;
  • Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, or have protected person status (unless otherwise indicated)
Admission scholarships and bursaries

University of Ottawa Admission Scholarship

Value

Admission average of:
95-100% = $4,000
90-94.9% = $3,000
85-89.9% = $2,000
80-84.9% = $1,000

Description

The University of Ottawa Admission Scholarship automatically provides between $1,000 and $4,000 to all eligible full-time students with an average of 80% or more who are studying in a direct-entry faculty or in the Civil Law Section of the Faculty of Law. This scholarship is awarded at the time of admission. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award.

  • Mature students are not eligible for this scholarship.

French Studies Bursary

Value

$4,000 ($1,000 per year)

Description

The French Studies Bursary is automatically awarded to full-time students registered in a direct-entry faculty or in the Civil Law Section of the Faculty of Law who are taking at least 9 credits per session taught in French or, for French immersion or Extended French students, 6 credits per session taught in French or in French as a second language. This bursary can be renewed for the three following years provided the student maintains full-time registration in a direct-entry faculty or in the Civil Law Section of the Faculty of Law and is registered in at least 9 credits per session taught in French or, for French immersion students, 6 credits per session taught in French or in French as a second language and maintains a minimum CGPA of 5.5. Application is not required for this bursary; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award.

  • Some exceptions to these requirements may be made for students participating in an international exchange or in a program where they are unable to take the required number of credits in French.

Education Bursary

Value

$4,000 ($1,000 per year)

Description

The Education Bursary is available to full-time students registered in a direct-entry faculty or in the Civil Law Section of the Faculty of Law who demonstrate financial need. This scholarship can be renewed for the three following years provided the student maintains full-time registration in a direct-entry faculty or in the Civil Law Section of the Faculty of Law and receives government financial aid for each renewal year. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is March 31).

  • For renewal years, the Education Bursary is credited to the student’s account in two installments within four weeks of government financial aid being disbursed.

Education Bursary for Students in Common Law

Value

Variable

Description

The Education Bursary is awarded to students registered full time in an undergraduate program in the Common Law Section of the Faculty of Law who have been approved for and have received their government financial aid. Newly admitted common law students receive $2,000 in their first year and receive $1,500 each subsequent year if they maintain eligibility. This bursary is offered for a maximum period of three years. Students registered in programs jointly with another institution must be paying their tuition fees to the University of Ottawa in order to receive this bursary. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award.

  • The Education Bursary is credited to the student's account in two installments within four weeks of government financial aid being disbursed.

Education Bursary for Students in Medicine

Value

Variable

Description

The Education Bursary is awarded to students registered full time in the undergraduate medical education program at the Faculty of Medicine who have been approved for and have received their government financial aid. Newly admitted students receive $4,500 in their first year and $2,000 each subsequent year if they maintain eligibility. This bursary is offered for a maximum period of four years. Students registered in programs jointly with another institution must be paying their tuition fees to the University of Ottawa in order to receive this bursary. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award.

  • The Education Bursary is credited to the student's account in two installments within four weeks of government financial aid being disbursed.

Professional Training Scholarship

Value

$1,000

Description

The non-renewable Professional Training Scholarship is automatically awarded upon admission to some students who have an excellent academic record and are registered full time in an undergraduate program in the Common Law Section of the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Education or the Faculty of Medicine. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award.

Admission contests

Value

Variable

Description

Francophone and French-immersion students can participate in a number of contests to win admission awards. Some of the contests are offered through French for the Future, Canadian Parents for French or Association des universités de la francophonie canadienne. A full list of available contests is available through the Online Scholarships and Bursaries tool.

Prestigious admissions scholarships

President's Scholarship

Value

$30,000 ($7,500 per year)

Description

The President’s Scholarship is awarded to one full-time undergraduate student in each of the direct-entry faculties. Valued at $30,000, it is one of the most prestigious scholarships at the University of Ottawa. Applicants must be bilingual (English and French), have an admission average of 92% or higher and demonstrate leadership qualities and a commitment to academic and extracurricular activities. This scholarship can be renewed for the three following years provided the student maintains full-time registration and a minimum CGPA of 8.5. The University also provides a one-time award of $1,500 to applicants in second, third and fourth place for each of the six scholarships. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is March 1).

  • Students can renew their scholarship at 50% of the annual value if they have a CGPA between 8.0 and 8.4 at the end of the academic year. They can also renew their scholarship for the full amount in a subsequent year if their CGPA increases to 8.5 or higher.
  • Recipients cannot combine the President's Scholarship with the University of Ottawa Admission Scholarship, the Chancellor's Scholarship or the Faculty of Arts Dean's Merit Scholarship.

Chancellor's Scholarship

Value

$26,000 ($6,500 per year)

Description

The Chancellor’s Scholarship is awarded to one student in each of the direct-entry faculties. Valued at $26,000, it is one of the most prestigious scholarships at the University of Ottawa. Applicants must have an admission average of 92% or higher and demonstrate leadership qualities and a commitment to academic and extracurricular activities. This scholarship can be renewed for the three following years provided the student maintains full-time registration in a direct-entry faculty or in the Civil Law Section of the Faculty of Law and a minimum CGPA of 8.5. The University also provides a one-time award of $1,500 to applicants in second, third and fourth place for each of the six scholarships. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is March 1).

  • Students can renew their scholarship at 50% of the annual value if they have a CGPA between 8.0 and 8.4 at the end of the academic year. They can also renew their scholarship for the full amount in a subsequent year if their CGPA increases to 8.5 or higher.
  • Recipients cannot combine the Chancellor's Scholarship with the University of Ottawa Admission Scholarship, the President's Scholarship or the Faculty of Arts Dean's Merit Scholarship.

Aboriginal Leadership Scholarship

Value

$26,000 ($6,500 per year)

Description

The Aboriginal Leadership Scholarship is awarded to an Aboriginal student who demonstrates academic excellence and outstanding leadership skills. Valued at $26,000, it is one of the most prestigious scholarships at the University of Ottawa. Applicants must be of Aboriginal origin (and provide proof of this), and be registered full time and for the first time in an undergraduate program at a direct-entry faculty. They must have an admission average of 85% or higher and demonstrate leadership qualities and commitment to academic and extracurricular activities. This scholarship can be renewed for the three following years provided the student maintains full-time registration in a direct-entry faculty and a minimum CGPA of 8.5. The University also provides a one-time award of $1,500 to applicants who are ranked second, third and fourth for each of the six scholarships. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is March 1).

  • Preference will be given to students who are able to speak an Aboriginal language.
  • This scholarship cannot be combined with the University of Ottawa Admission Scholarship, the President’s Scholarship or the Chancellor’s Scholarship for International students.

Loran Award

Value

Up to $100,000

Description

Every year, the Loran Scholars Foundation offers prestigious admission scholarships to students who distinguish themselves through their determination and commitment to community service and leadership. Applicants must be registered in their final year of high school or in CEGEP, be registered full time without a break in their studies, have an admission average of 85% and be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is October 26).

Schulich Leader Scholarship

Value

$60,000 to $80,000

Description

The annual Schulich Leader Scholarships program was established in 2012 by the Schulich Foundation. The scholarships recognize the academic excellence and community leadership of students intending to study science, technology, engineering or mathematics. They are worth between $60,000 and $80,000 and are awarded to two students who demonstrate outstanding community leadership, academic excellence and financial need. To be eligible, applicants must be in their final year of high school or in CEGEP and be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. Students must be nominated by their high school or CEGEP. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is February 2).

Faculty admission scholarships

Faculty of Arts Dean's Merit Scholarship

Value

$4,000 ($1,000 per year)

Description

The Faculty of Arts awards 10 of these renewable scholarships, each valued at a total of $4,000. Eligible applicants must be registered full time, and for the first time, in an undergraduate program at the Faculty of Arts and have a minimum admission average of 90%. This scholarship can be renewed for the three following years provided the student has a cumulative grade point average of 9.0 or higher at the end of a semester (in at least 24 credits) and is registered full time at the Faculty of Arts. Application is not required for this scholarship. The scholarship is awarded during the summer preceding your studies.

  • All eligible students, including international students, are automatically considered for this award.
  • This scholarship cannot be combined with the President’s Scholarship or the Chancellor’s Scholarship for International students.

Faculty of Engineering Dean's Merit Scholarship

Value

Admission average of:
95-100% = $5,000
90-94.9% = $4,000

Description

The Faculty of Engineering awards 35 of these scholarships to students with an admission average between 95-100% ($5,000) or between 90-94.9% ($4,000). Applicants must be registered full time, and for the first time, in an undergraduate program at the Faculty of Engineering. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award.

  • All students admitted to the Faculty of Engineering, including international students, are eligible for this scholarship.

Faculty of Engineering Memorial Scholarship

Value

$2,000

Description

The Faculty of Engineering awards this scholarship to seven female students—one from each of the engineering programs (excluding computer science). This $2,000 award is given to the applicants with a minimum admission average of 80% and who best fulfill the eligibility criteria. To apply, students must submit a text explaining why they are applying to an engineering program as well as an up-to-date resumé highlighting their latest academic and extracurricular achievements. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is March 31).

  • All female students admitted to the Faculty of Engineering, including international students, are eligible for this scholarship.

Faculty of Health Sciences Dean's Merit Scholarship

Value

$2,000

Description

The Faculty of Health Sciences awards these $2,000 scholarships to the best eligible students. Students must be registered for the entire academic year in an undergraduate program at the Faculty of Health Sciences and have a minimum admission average of 92% to be considered. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically considered. Recipients are advised during the summer.

  • All students admitted to the Faculty of Health Sciences, including international students, are eligible for this scolarship.

Faculty of Science Undergraduate Research Scholarship

Value

$10,000

Description

The Faculty of Science awards 16 of these scholarships to the best eligible students. This scholarship consists of two work terms with a research group at the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Medicine (first work term = $3,750; second work term = $6,250). Students must be registered full time in an undergraduate program at the Faculty of Science and have a minimum admission average of 92%. They must also demonstrate research skills and involvement in extracurricular scientific activities. To apply, students must provide recommendations from a science teacher, submit a 250-word text describing some of the ways they explore their passion for science and how they share it with others. Students must also be available for an interview in the spring. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is March 1).

  • Areas of research include biochemistry, biology, biopharmaceutical science, biotechnology, chemistry, earth science, environmental science, immunology, mathematics and statistics, microbiology, neurology, pharmacology, physics, physiology and virology.

Faculty of Social Sciences Dean's Excellence Award

Value

$2,500

Description

The Faculty of Social Sciences awards a variable number of these $2,500 scholarships to the best eligible students registered full time in an undergraduate program at the Faculty of Social Sciences with a minimum admission average of 92%. This scholarship is also awarded to some students who have applied for but have not received a President’s Scholarship or a Chancellor’s Scholarship. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award.

Faculty of Social Sciences Jean Chrétien Scholarship

Value

$5,000

Description

The Faculty of Social Sciences awards up to five $5,000 scholarships to the best eligible students registered in an undergraduate program in political science or public administration and who have a minimum admission average of 92%. To apply, students must submit an 800-word essay on a past or current event associated with political science or public administration and an up-to-date resumé highlighting their leadership qualities and latest academic and extracurricular achievements. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is March 31).

Telfer School of Management Dean's Leadership Scholarship

Value

$2,000

Description

The Telfer School of Management automatically awards a variable number of these $2,000 scholarships to the best eligible students registered full time in a BCom program with a minimum admission average of 92%. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award. Recipients are notified in the summer.

National Endowment Fund

National Endowment Fund Scholarship

Value

Up to $3,000

Description

The University of Ottawa offers this scholarship to provide financial assistance to Canadian citizens, permanent residents and those with protected or refugee status who were a victim of or are the spouse or the child of a victim of the tainted blood tragedy in Canada between 1980 and 1989, inclusively. Applicants must be registered (full or part time) in an undergraduate or graduate program in any Canadian postsecondary institution, have good academic standing and demonstrate financial need. The amount of the bursary varies according to the number of applicants in a given year. Applications and required supporting documents must be submitted on or before April 30.

Scholarships and bursaries for registered students

Merit Scholarship

Value

$1,000 per term (up to $3,000 per year)

Description

Recognizing in-course excellence is a University of Ottawa priority. The Merit Scholarship is automatically awarded to students who are registered full time in a direct-entry faculty or in the Faculty of Law, Civil Law Section who appeared on the Dean's Honour List for the previous term. Whatever their average at time of admission, students can receive a Merit Scholarship after each term if they maintain an average for the term of at least 8.5 - 7.5 for the Civil Law Section and are registered full time. There is no need to apply for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically considered for this award.

  • International and mature students are eligible for this scholarship.
  • The Merit Scholarship will be effective as of Fall 2016 and cannot be combined with the University of Ottawa Admission Scholarship or the President’s Scholarship or the Chancellor’s Scholarship or the Aboriginal Leadership Scholarship.

Student Mobility Scholarship

Value

One session = $1,000
Two sessions (exchange only) = $2,000

Description

Through the International Exchange Program, the University of Ottawa offers many opportunities to study and complete internships abroad. Visit the International Office website at www.international.uOttawa.ca to discover all the options available. The University awards Mobility Scholarships each year to help students study or do an internship abroad. Application is not required. All students selected for the Exchange Program automatically receive a Student Mobility Scholarship.

University of Ottawa Financial Aid Bursary

Value

Variable

Description

The University of Ottawa Financial Aid Bursary is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need, receive government financial aid and maintain satisfactory academic standing. The value of this bursary is decided on an individual basis, based on the student's level of financial need and availability of funds. This bursary is meant to supplement other sources of funding such as government financial aid, the student's own resources and the resources of their parents or partner. Applications are accepted between November 15 and January 31 for fall and winter sessions or between May 15 and July 15 for spring-summer session.

Education Bursary for Students in Common Law

Value

Variable

Description

The Education Bursary is awarded to students registered full time in an undergraduate program in the Common Law Section of the Faculty of Law who have been approved for and have received their government financial aid. Newly admitted common law students receive $2,000 in their first year and $1,500 each subsequent year if they maintain eligibility. This bursary is offered for a maximum period of three years. Students registered in programs jointly with another institution must be paying their tuition fees to the University of Ottawa in order to receive this bursary. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award.

  • The Education Bursary is credited to the student's account in two installments within four weeks of government financial aid being disbursed.

Education Bursary for Students in Medicine

Value

Variable

Description

The Education Bursary is awarded to students registered full time in the undergraduate medical education program at the Faculty of Medicine who have been approved for and have received their government financial aid. Newly admitted students receive $4,500 in their first year and $2,000 each subsequent year if they maintain eligibility. This bursary is offered for a maximum period of four years. Students registered in programs jointly with another institution must be paying their tuition fees to the University of Ottawa in order to receive this bursary. Application is not necessary for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award.

  • The Education Bursary is credited to the student's account in two installments within four weeks of government financial aid being disbursed.

Private Donor Scholarships and Bursaries

Value

Variable

Description

The University of Ottawa distributes several scholarships and bursaries from private funds. A complete list of bursaries and all application forms are available in the Online Scholarships and Bursaries tool.

First Generation Bursary

Value

$1,000

Description

The First Generation Bursary was created by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities in 2006. The purpose of this bursary (minimum of $1,000) is to help students who are registered in a direct-entry faculty and who demonstrate financial need to become the first member of their family to attend a postsecondary institution. Students are considered "first generation" students if their father and mother did not complete postsecondary education. Applications are accepted between November 15 and January 31 for fall and winter sessions.

Aboriginal Postsecondary Education and Training Bursary

Value

Variable

Description

Funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities of Ontario, this bursary (minimum $1,000) aims to support Aboriginal students who demonstrate financial need to gain access to postsecondary education and training. Applications are accepted between November 15 and January 31 for fall and winter sessions.

Special Bursary for Students with Disabilities

Value

Variable

Description

Students with a permanent disability or medical condition that prevents them from taking five courses per session, and which must therefore reduce this number to four courses per session may be eligible for a tuition bursary. Students can contact their learning specialist at Access Service for more information and to determine their eligibility.

Scholarships and bursaries for international students

President's Scholarship

Value

$30,000 ($7,500 per year)

Description

The President's Scholarship is awarded to one full-time undergraduate international student. Valued at $30,000, it is one of the most prestigious scholarships at the University of Ottawa. Applicants must hold a student visa, have a minimum admission average of 92% (or equivalent) and demonstrate leadership qualities and a commitment to academic and extracurricular activities. This scholarship can be renewed for the three following years provided the student maintains full-time registration, international student status and a minimum CGPA of 8.5. The University also provides a one-time award of $1,500 to applicants in second, third and fourth place. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is April 30).

  • Students can renew their scholarship at 50% of the annual value if they have a CGPA between 8.0 and 8.4 at the end of the academic year. They can also renew their scholarship for the full amount in a subsequent year if their CGPA increases to 8.5 or higher.
  • This scholarship cannot be combined with a Chancellor's Scholarship for International Students or with the Faculty of Arts Dean's Merit Scholarship.

Chancellor's Scholarship

Value

$26,000 ($6,500 per year)

Description

The Chancellor's Scholarship is awarded to one full-time undergraduate international student. Valued at $26,000, it is one of the most prestigious scholarships at the University of Ottawa. Applicants must hold a student visa, have a minimum admission average of 92% (or equivalent) and demonstrate leadership qualities and a commitment to academic and extracurricular activities. This scholarship can be renewed for the three following years provided the student maintains full-time registration, international student status and a minimum CGPA of 8.5. The University also provides a one-time award of $1,500 to the applicants in second, third and fourth place. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is April 30).

  • Students can renew their scholarship at 50% of the annual value if they have a CGPA between 8.0 and 8.4 at the end of the academic year. They can also renew their scholarship for the full amount in a subsequent year if their CGPA increases to 8.5 or higher.
  • This scholarship cannot be combined with a President's Scholarship for International Students or with the Faculty of Arts Dean's Merit Scholarship.

Faculty of Arts Dean's Merit Scholarship

Value

$4,000 ($1,000 per year)

Description

The Faculty of Arts awards 10 of these renewable scholarships, each valued at a total of $4,000. Eligible applicants must be registered full time, and for the first time, in an undergraduate program at the Faculty of Arts and have a minimum admission average of 90%. This scholarship can be renewed for the three following years provided the student has a cumulative grade point average of 9.0 or higher at the end of a session (with at least 24 credits) and is registered full time at the Faculty of Arts. Application is not required for this scholarship. The scholarship is awarded during the summer preceding your studies.

  • All eligible students, including international students, are automatically considered for this award.
  • This scholarship cannot be combined with the President's Scholarship or the Chancellor's Scholarship for International Students.

Faculty of Engineering Dean's Merit Scholarship

Value

Admission average of:
95-100% = $5,000
90-94.9% = $4,000

Description

The Faculty of Engineering awards 35 of these scholarships to students with an admission average between 95-100% ($5,000) or between 90-94.9% ($4,000). Applicants must be registered full time, and for the first time, in an undergraduate program at the Faculty of Engineering. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award.

  • All students admitted to the Faculty of Engineering, including international students, are eligible for this scholarship.

Faculty of Engineering Memorial Scholarship

Value

$2,000

Description

The Faculty of Engineering awards this scholarship to seven female students—one from each of the engineering programs (excluding computer science). This $2,000 award is given to the applicants with a minimum admission average of 80% and who best fulfill the eligibility criteria. To apply, students must submit a text explaining why they are applying to an engineering program as well as an up-to-date resumé highlighting their latest academic and extracurricular achievements. Applications must be submitted online (deadline is March 31).

  • All female students admitted to the Faculty of Engineering, including international students, are eligible for this scholarship.

Faculty of Social Sciences Dean's Excellence Award

Value

$2,500

Description

The Faculty of Social Sciences awards a variable number of these $2,500 scholarships to the best eligible students registered full time in an undergraduate program at the Faculty of Social Sciences with a minimum admission average of 92%. This scholarship is awarded to some students who have applied for but did not receive a President's Scholarship or a Chancellor's Scholarship. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award.

Telfer School of Management Dean's Leadership Scholarship

Value

$2,000

Description

The Telfer School of Management automatically awards a variable number of these $2,000 scholarships to the best eligible students registered full time in a BCom program and who have a minimum admission average of 92%. Application is not required for this scholarship; all eligible students are automatically evaluated for this award. Recipients are notified in the summer.

Student Mobility Scholarship

Value

One session = $1,000
Two sessions (exchange only) = $2,000

Description

Through the International Exchange Program, the University of Ottawa offers many opportunities to study and complete internships abroad. Visit the International Office website at www.international.uOttawa.ca to discover all the options available. The University awards mobility scholarships each year to help students study or do internships abroad. Application is not required. All students selected for the Exchange Program automatically receive the Student Mobility Scholarship.

University of Ottawa Financial Aid Bursary

Value

Variable

Description

The University of Ottawa Financial Aid Bursary is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need and maintain satisfactory academic standing. The value of this bursary is decided on an individual basis, based on the student's level of financial need and availability of funds. This bursary is meant to supplement other sources of funding such as the student's own resources and the resources of their parents or partner. Applications are accepted between November 15 and January 31 for the Fall and Winter sessions and between May 15 and July 15 for Spring-Summer session.

Private donor bursaries

Value

Variable

Description

The University of Ottawa distributes several bursaries from private funds. A complete list of bursaries and all application forms are available in the Online Scholarships and Bursaries tool.

Admission scholarships (prior years)

How to apply

Find out what your options are

  • You can apply for scholarship and bursaries as soon as you've applied to the University of Ottawa and have received your student number.
  • Explore all of your opportunities through Online Scholarships and Bursaries, also accessible through InfoWeb (for students admitted to the University of Ottawa who are not yet registered in their courses), or through uoZone, under the Applications tab (for students already registered in their courses).

Apply

  • All scholarships and bursaries applications must be submitted online, using the Online Scholarships and Bursaries tool. Application forms are usually available two months before the application deadline.
  • Read all the requirements carefully before applying.
  • Upload all required documents with the Online Scholarships and Bursaries tool and submit your application.

Track your application

  • Track all of your scholarship and bursary applications directly from the Online Scholarships and Bursaries tool home page.

Receive your funds

  • Your scholarship or bursary will be credited to your student account.
  • If you are a CO-OP student, you'll receive your funds once you're registered in a study session.
  • Admission scholarships and renewals are usually credited to your student account in mid-July. You'll receive two equal instalments, one in September and one in January, which are applied towards your tuition fees.
  • If you've already paid your tuition fees, you may have a credit balance in your student account after receiving a scholarship or bursary. Submit a request for reimbursement in uoZone, under My Finances, to have these funds released.
  • Scholarships and bursaries are taxable. The University of Ottawa will send you a T4A slip for all scholarships and bursaries received during the previous calendar year (January to December) before the end of February each year. Information about your T4A is posted in uoZone.
Information iconRemember that if you receive a scholarship and subsequently stop your studies temporarily or change to part-time or special student status, your scholarship may be terminated.
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