Application for Admission and Scholarships

*Due to uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, all activities related to the courses GLO49012 and GLO1902 will take place online during the Winter term.

Eligibility: Students from all faculties, enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate or postgraduate program, including medical, education, droit civil and common law, are eligible.

  • Please note: We recommend that undergraduate students (except medical, education, droit civil and common law) and part-time students have completed at least 24 credits before applying for the uOGlobal recognition or to enroll in the two-year option of the program.
  • Enrolment for the fall term is now closed and will resume when the course registration period opens.

To participate in the uOGlobal recognition, follow these steps:

Undergraduate students (3 credits)
  • Step 1: Register for the GLO 49011 and GLO 49012 courses on uoZone during the course registration period which will start on May 26 at 8 a.m.
  • Step 2: Take the necessary steps to register for the activities you intend to do in order to obtain your recognition.
  • Step 3: Register to the International Office's uOConnexion Program before August 12. If you participate in Widgiwagan (Friend) or The International Student Coaches Program, make sure you register before their deadlines.
  • Step 4: Pay the administrative fees for your registration of $150 for two terms ($80 for the fall term and $70 for the winter term).

Note: These are elective or additional courses. In addition, it is possible to add these courses as the sixth course of the term for faculties where the limit is five courses per term.

The workload for each course is considered to be that of a 1.5 credit course.

Graduate students and visiting students’ researchers
  • Step 1: Register for the GLO 1901 - part 1 (Fall) and GLO 1902 - part 2 (winter) courses on uoZone during the graduate course registration period which will start on June 22.
  • Step 2: Take the necessary steps to register for the activities you intend to do in order to obtain your recognition.
  • Step 3: Register to the International Office's uOConnexion Program before August 15th. If you participate in Widgiwagan (Friend), The International Student Coaches Program or another pairing program, make sure you register before their deadlines.
  • Step 4: If you could not register for the GLO 1902 course for the following Winter term on uoZone during the course registration period make sure that you register before December 15th.
  • Step 5: Pay the administrative fees for your registration of $298 for two terms ($149 for the fall term and $149 for the winter term).
  • Step 6: If you could not register due to a schedule conflict, please contact us.

 

Scholarships:

Power Corporation of Canada uOGlobal Scholarships

  • Generous Scholarships for distance internationalization placements (or virtual international mobility) offered to students enrolled in uOGlobal, thanks to Power Corporation of Canada. Our world has changed since the outbreak of the COVID-19 health crisis and we all face new obstacles. More than ever, international and intercultural training is key to fundamental skills development that will bring success in a global economy. The uOGlobal Power Corporation of Canada scholarships will provide uOGlobal participants to access funds to support their international learning projects. These scholarships range in size from $1,000 to $6,000 depending on financial needs . 
  • Competition deadline for virtual placements during the summer term 2021: March 30, 2021

CO-OP Scholarships

Faculty of Engineering Scholarships

  • As a student of the Faculty of Engineering, you can apply for one of 60 International Experience annual scholarships for international activities, such as: study and CO-OP terms, research internships or other international research activities.

Other opportunities for financing: choose step 3 "Arrange your finances"

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