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Scholarships and Financial Aid
for International Students

At Huron, our high standards are matched only by the resources we provide to ensure our Leaders with Heart are recognized for their hard work, ethical leadership and community impact. The below scholarships are for international students who are applying to Huron. If you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada who is living overseas, please click here to see the scholarships you are eligible to apply for.

International Fees

The table below provides estimates as to what to expect for total costs for a Huron education.

SAMPLE COSTS (BASED ON 2022-23 FEES) 

INTERNATIONAL TUITION
FOR ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES
$42,234
INTERNATIONAL TUITION FOR
MOS (BUSINESS)
$54,475
ANCILLARY FEES$3,876
TRANSPORTATIONIncluded
GYM MEMBERSHIP Included
RESIDENCE $8,746 – $10,305
MEAL PLAN $5,450 *
  • Tuition amounts stated are for the whole academic year (September – April)
  • Campus-wide Wi-Fi included in Fees
  • Ancillary fees include University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP)
  • All amounts are in Canadian Dollars (CAD)
  • All amounts are estimates only and subject to change. Final fees for the 2023-24 academic year will be published in July 2023.

* Full access seven day plan
All students living in residence purchase this meal plan

International Scholarships

At Huron, our high standards are matched only by the resources we provide to ensure our Leaders with Heart are recognized for their hard work, ethical leadership and community impact. The below scholarships are for international students who are applying to Huron. If you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada who is living overseas, please click here to see the scholarships you are eligible to apply for.

International Entrance Scholarships ($4,000 to $60,000 over four years)

All international students applying to Huron are automatically assessed for this scholarship, based on their academic results and the completion of the Personal Statement section in their Huron Application Portal when submitting their initial application. Applicants who submit their application without completing the Personal Statement section will not be eligible for any International Entrance Scholarship.

The Scholarships are valued between $4,000 to $60,000 over four years ($1,000 to $15,000 per year of study).

Eligibility:

Recipients will have an admission average of 85% of higher (as calculated by Huron). The amount you are eligible for is determined by your application round. The earlier you apply, the higher the range of International Entrance Scholarships available.

Application Round EligibilityMaximum Scholarship Available
Round I$60,000 ($15,000/year)
Round II$40,000 ($10,000/year)

To learn more about our Admission Rounds and deadlines, please click here

How to Apply:

Step 1

Submit your application to a Huron Program

Step 2

Complete the Personal Statement section on the Huron Application Portal

Step 3

Upload all required documents, including your predicted and/or mid-year results

Step 4

Wait for your Admission Decision, to learn what International Entrance Scholarship you are eligible for

Sample Budget

 Receiving a $5,000 per year International Entrance ScholarshipReceiving a $10,000 per year International Entrance ScholarshipReceiving a $15,000 per year International Entrance Scholarship
Tuition Fees$46,000 to $58,000$46,000 to $58,000$46,000 to $58,000
Scholarship $5,000$10,000$15,000
Annual Tuition Fees Owed$41,000 to $53,000$36,000 to $48,000$31,000 to $43,000

The International Presidential Scholarship (50% of Tuition)

Deadline: February 1, 2023 

Huron awards up to ten International Presidential Scholarships annually to deserving international students. This merit-based scholarship is one of Canada’s most prestigious scholarships for international students and covers 50% of your tuition fees annually, renewable for all four years of your studies at Huron (a total value of $92,000 to $116,000 over four years depending on your program) subject to renewal terms and conditions. This scholarship cannot be combined with any other scholarships at Huron.

Huron’s emphasis on developing Leaders with Heart means that we care about your heart as much as your mind. We attract students who are drawn to service and determined to use their academic and career success to positively impact global society and take on the world’s most important challenges. Therefore, these scholarships are quite holistic in nature and look far beyond your grades alone: it is assessed on a combination of three main components in the application process:

Academics: A minimum predicted or mid-year average of 90% in your current most senior year of high school. If you’re at an IB Diploma school, you’ll need a minimum predicted score of 35 IBDP points or higher (including bonus points for EE & TOK). If you’re currently pursuing A-Levels or AS-levels, you’ll need predicted scores of A or A* across all subjects.

Extracurricular: In the application, you can describe between 1 to 5 of your most notable extra-curricular, leadership or community service achievements from the past four years. These can be achievements within your school or even those in your community outside of school. You’ll also be required to submit a Statement of Purpose.

School Nomination: Your school counsellor will also be required to complete a Letter of Recommendation (LOR) to formally nominate you for this scholarship and give the Scholarship Committee a greater insight into the kind of student and leader that you are.

How to Apply:

Step 1

Submit your application to a Huron Program

Step 2

Log in to your Huron Application Portal account, click on the “Scholarships” section and complete the International Presidential Scholarship Application Form before February 1, 2023

Step 3

During the online application process, you will also be able to submit the email address of the nominee who is nominating you for the scholarship. Your nominee will then receive an email from Huron with instructions to submit their nomination and letter of recommendation (LOR). This must be received by Huron before February 1, 2023.

Step 4

Short-listed candidates will be invited to take part in a video interview, as part of the Scholarship application assessment. You will receive an email with further details on this process, if you are short-listed.

Step 5

Recipients of the International Presidential Scholarship will be notified in March 2023

Sample Budgets:

 Receiving an International Presidential Scholarship
Tuition Fees$46,000 to $58,000
Scholarship 50% of Tuition
Annual Tuition Fees Owed$23,000 to $29,000

The Huron International Financial Aid Form – HIFAF (5% to 50% of Tuition)

Deadline: February 1, 2023 

Huron is proud to be one of the only universities in Canada to offer international students aid on the basis of financial need, rather than just merit alone. We believe the transformative, world-class education at Huron should be accessible to all students who possess the potential and talent to meet our admission standards, while minimizing financial barriers to deserving students as much as possible.

The Huron International Financial Aid Form (HIFAF) is designed for students who are still facing challenges in affording a Huron education, despite any International Entrance Scholarship which they may have received. It allows students who can demonstrate this financial need, to be considered for additional financial aid by submitting the HIFAF application and supporting documents.

The amount of financial aid that can be granted to a student ranges from 5% of tuition fees annually to an absolute maximum of 50% of tuition fees annually, renewable for all four years of your studies at Huron. The final amount of financial aid granted is based entirely on Huron’s assessment of your application and the sole discretion of the Scholarship Committee.

Please note, any amounts granted based on your HIFAF application cannot be combined with the International Presidential Scholarship, if you are selected. The maximum amount of scholarships or financial aid granted for students who submit both applications, would still be 50% of tuition fees. Students will be responsible for all remaining tuition, ancillary and residence/meal plan fees.

If you are facing challenges affording your Huron education, despite any International Entrance Scholarship which you have already been granted, then we encourage you to complete and submit the Huron International Financial Aid Form (HIFAF). During this application, you will also be required to upload the following supporting documents:

  • Detailed, latest Income Tax returns
  • Latest payslips from guardian(s)’ employer(s)
  • Bank statements from July 1, 2022 until now, including statements of bank savings, fixed deposits, as well as other investments (e.g. market value of shares/bonds/mutual funds) held at your respective bank(s)/institution(s). If you and/or your guardians have multiple bank accounts, you must disclose statements from all bank accounts.

How to Apply:

Step 1

Submit your application to a Huron program

Step 2

Log in to your Huron Application Portal account, click on the “Scholarships” section and complete the Huron International Financial Aid Application Form (HIFAF) application, and upload all required supporting documents, before February 1, 2023

Step 3

Recipients of any financial aid granted will be notified in March 2023

Sample Budgets:

 Scenario:Receiving 20% of Tuition in Financial Aid Scenario:Receiving 30% of Tuition in Financial Aid Scenario:Receiving 50% of Tuition in Financial Aid 
Tuition Fees$46,000 to $58,000$46,000 to $58,000$46,000 to $58,000
    
Financial Aid20%30%50%
Annual Tuition Fees Owed$36,800 to $46,400$32,200 to $40,600$23,000 to $29,000

Scholarships for Students from Aga Khan Schools, UWC Schools and GEMS Schools

Please contact your International Admissions Advisor using the contact information below, for personalized assistance and information regarding these scholarships

Earn While You Learn

Many of our international students finance their education with part-time jobs, both on and off campus. Ontario has one of the highest minimum wages in Canada at $15.50 per hour. As a true ‘university city’, London has plenty of job opportunities for students. International students can work off-campus up to 20 hours per week during the school year and full-time hours in the summer. There is no fixed limit of hours for part-time work on campus too! Huron’s unique offering of guaranteed paid internships means that all Huron students have access to a consistent source of income, while also gaining 4 to 16 months of valuable paid work experience.

 POTENTIAL INCOME
Part-time work during the school year (20 hours per week at $15.50/hour)$9,920
Four-month paid summer internship$8,925 to $20,400
TOTAL **Amounts can vary based on industry and hiring company. They should be considered estimates only and are subject to change.$18,845 to $30,320

Still not sure how to finance your education? Contact us anytime and we can support you with planning your budget and scholarships applications.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the key deadlines for scholarships and when should I submit my application(s) for scholarships?

For the International Entrance Scholarship: the amount of scholarship which you are eligible for is determined by your application round. The earlier you apply, the higher the range of International Entrance Scholarships available. To learn about the different application rounds and their respective deadlines, please click here.

For the International Presidential Scholarship: February 1, 2023

For the Huron International Financial Aid Form (HIFAF): February 1, 2023

We highly recommend submitting your application as early as possible before the deadline of any scholarship you are applying to and to avoid submitting your application too close to the deadline. This ensures you have adequate time to collect and submit any supplemental documents or nominations required or address any missing components of your application – remember, your application is not considered complete until all required components of the application, whether from yourself as the applicant or your nominee, are submitted to Huron. Applications submitted with any missing components will not be considered. In order to keep the assessment process fair and equitable for all applicants, applications submitted after the deadline will not be considered.

What is the maximum amount of financial aid I can receive through the Huron International Financial Aid Form (HIFAF) program?

The amount of financial aid that can be granted to a student ranges from 5% of tuition fees annually to an absolute maximum of 50% of tuition fees annually, renewable for all four years of your studies at Huron. The final amount of financial aid granted is based entirely on Huron’s assessment of your application and the sole discretion of the Scholarship Committee.

The HIFAF program is designed for students who are facing challenges affording their Huron education, despite any International Entrance Scholarship which they have already been granted. For example: if a student receives $10,000 per year (or any other amount) in International Entrance Scholarship, but still cannot afford their Huron education, they can apply through the HIFAF program to be considered for further financial aid (in addition to the $10,000 per year already granted) up to a total combined maximum of 50% of tuition.

Please note, students who successfully receive the International Presidential Scholarship (worth 50% tuition) will receive that scholarship only, and cannot combine the International Presidential Scholarship with HIFAF. This is because The International Presidential Scholarship amount is equivalent to the maximum amount of aid that can be granted through the HIFAF program.

Will applying to the Huron International Financial Aid Form (HIFAF) program lower my chances of receiving admission to Huron?

No. The admission process to a Huron program and the assessment of your HIFAF application are two completely unrelated processes. You can begin your application to a Huron program as early as September 2022 and await your admission decision, to see what (if any) International Entrance Scholarships you are eligible. You can then apply to the HIFAF program anytime, as along as the application and all required supporting documents are submitted before February 1, 2023.

Can I apply to both the International Presidential Scholarship as well as the Huron International Financial Aid Form (HIFAF)? How do I decide which application is the right one for me?

Yes, you can apply to both. However, there are important factors to consider when deciding whether to apply to one of these scholarships only or both:

  • If you are selected to receive the International Presidential Scholarship, the scholarship granted to you will be worth 50% of your tuition annually. However, if you are eligible for HIFAF, the scholarship granted to you can vary in amount from 5%to 50% of your tuition annually depending on the assessment of your application and the sole discretion of the Scholarship Committee. Unlike the International Presidential Scholarship, an amount of 50% is not always guaranteed through HIFAF.
  • The International Presidential Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship with its own distinct academic, extra-curricular and supplemental application requirements. Recipients of the International Presidential Scholarship are selected based solely on an assessment of these criteria, financial need is not considered in this section process.
  • HIFAF is a need-based scholarship application, which is open to applicants who meet the admission requirements for entry into a Huron program. HIFAF applications are reviewed purely on financial need and an assessment of the financial information you submit, as well as supporting documents (e.g. bank statements, guardian(s) income etc.). If you cannot demonstrate proof of financial need through these documents, you should apply for a merit-based scholarship such as the International Presidential Scholarship instead.
  • If you apply to both the International Presidential Scholarship, as well as the HIFAF program, but are not selected for the International Presidential Scholarship – then we will still assess your eligibility for scholarship under the HIFAF program.

If you require further guidance on which application is right for you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our International Admissions Advisors using the contact information below.

If I apply in Round 1 for Admission, can I still apply for the International Presidential Scholarship and/or the Huron International Financial Aid Form (HIFAF)? If so, when would I hear back regarding a decision?

Yes. If you apply to Huron before the deadline for Round 1 (November 15, 2022) you will receive an initial Admission Decision and (if eligible) the amount of International Entrance Scholarship granted, on or before December 20, 2022. You will still be able to apply for the International Presidential Scholarship and/or HIFAF thereafter, as these scholarship applications are due before February 1, 2023. If you are selected for either of these scholarships, you will receive a new Letter of Acceptance with the new scholarship amount after the selection process is completed.

Applying in Round 1 is always in your best interest as an applicant, to maximize your potential for International Entrance Scholarships. To learn about the different application rounds and their respective deadlines, please click here.

Who can I contact for support with my scholarship applications or understanding how to plan my budget to study at Huron?

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our International Admissions Advisors using the contact information below. We are happy to provide you and/or your family with personalized guidance on how to maximize your potential for scholarships, as well as tips and advice for how to budget for and finance your studies at Huron.

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