GOING FROM AN FSL PROGRAM TO UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE IN ONTARIO
FSL scholarships for international students studying French as a Second Language (FSL) in the province are somewhat limited. However, there may be some scholarship money available from the school you plan to attend. For instance, at some universities and colleges offering FSL programs, all new students are automatically considered for entrance scholarships regardless of what they plan to study or of where they are applying from. At other schools, FSL scholarships are only available after a year of study for those students who have demonstrated academic excellence and/or community involvement. Still other FSL scholarships may be awarded for excellence in an FSL program with the intention that the recipient will use the scholarship to go to college or university within Canada. Be sure to ask any school you apply to if they have any FSL scholarships for international students or know of any that you might apply for. Check also with Francophone cultural agencies in the province to see if they have--or know of--any funding for international students studying FSL.
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