Canada offers scholarships of up to BRL 135,000 for vocational training courses

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Canada offers scholarships of up to BRL 135,000 for vocational training courses

Candidates of any nationality can apply, with the exception of Canadian and French citizens

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Posted on June 27, 2022

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The province of Quebec, Canada is accepting applications from international students (scholarships) who wish to undertake professional training programs in the country.

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Canadian scholarships

The trainings cover the human, exact and biological domains. Candidates of any nationality can apply, with the exception of Canadian and French citizens. Scholarships can range from 14,000 Canadian dollars (approximately R$73,000) to 26,000 Canadian dollars (approximately R$135,500) and include health insurance.

To apply, candidates must be over the age of 18, live outside of Canada before the start of the vocational training program and not receive other types of scholarships.

More details about the programs can available on the link. The professional training programs offered by the province of Quebec are:

administration, commerce and information technology;
agriculture and fishing;
Art;
Beauty care;
Buildings and public works ;
Chemistry and Biology;
communications;
Electrotechnology;
environment and forest management;
Food and tourism services;
forestry and pulp and paper;
Health services;
Maintenance mechanics;
mechanical manufacturing ;
metallurgical technology;
mining and site operations;
Maintenance of motorized equipment;
Carpentry and furniture making.

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