Application are being received for the Electro-Federation Canada Scholarship Program to study in Canada. This scholarship is offered by Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) to provide post-secondary students who are interested in pursuing a career in the Electrical industry, with funding to support their academics.
If you’re a post-secondary student who is pursuing a career in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Technologist/Technician, Industrial Distribution, Sales, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Supply Chain/Operations, Logistics, Data Analytics Management or Information Technology, then consider a career in an industry that is committed to a safer, more environmentally-sustainable future for Canadians. Take the first step by applying for up to three scholarships now.
Electro-Federation Canada and its members are proud to support the next generation of leaders who will power a changing world in the Canadian Electrical industry. EFC is made up of inventors, creators, and visionaries who are creating new approaches to how electrical products are used by Canadians at home, work, and play. EFC is a national, not-for-profit industry association that represents over 220 member companies that manufacture, distribute, market, and sell a wide range of electrical and automation products.
- Host Institution: Recognized university or college in Canada in Canada.
- Field of Study: Available programs at host institutions.
- Number of awards: 60.
- Target group: Open to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
Electro-Federation Canada Scholarship Program Benefits
Over $160 000 worth scholarship will be awarded through this North America scholarship program. Explore 60 scholarship opportunities available through this program and apply for your future today. Scholarship recipients will be announced in Fall 2023.
Electro-Federation Canada Scholarship Program Eligibility
In order to apply for this scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria.
- be Canadian citizens or permanent residents who have completed their first year of a recognized university or college in Canada,
- have maintained a minimum 75% average and be
- registered in a full-time 2023 eligible post-secondary degree or diploma program. Students must be enrolled in their program and attending school in Fall 2023/Winter 2024 semesters.
- applicants may apply for a total of only three scholarships.
Note : For all scholarships, preference will be given to those applicants with a connection to an EFC member company and who are pursuing post-secondary education in a discipline which targets a career in the Electrical industry, such as Electrical Engineering, Electrical Technologist, Electrical Technician, Industrial Distribution, Sales, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Management Operations, Logistics and Information Technology.
- Schwarzman Scholars program at Tsinghua University;
- Government of Romania MEAT Scholarship;
- Canada Government and Provinces Scholarships.
How to Apply for the Electro-Federation Canada Scholarship Program
Interested applicants who would like to apply for this scholarship program must follow steps below.
- Register : Please click on the “Apply” button below to complete and submit the registration form.
- Login : Login to the EFC Scholarship System with your email and password.
- Select : Create an application.
- Save : During the applications period, your application can be saved as DRAFT until all the required information is completed and attachments uploaded. At any time, you can download and print your application by clicking on the Download Application icon in the Application Summary section.
- Submit : On completion, submit your application as FINAL. Download and print a copy of your application for your records by clicking on the Download Application icon in the Application Summary section in the right column. Note: If an update is required prior to the Deadline, you can make the update and resubmit as FINAL.
The application deadline is . For more detail on the Electro-Federation Canada Scholarship Program to Study in Canada, please visit the official page.