David Johnston–Lebovic Foundation International Experience Awards 2019


The University of Waterloo is providing the David Johnston – Lebovic Foundation International Experience Awards to the high achieving Canadian and International candidates. This is a full-time program open to the students from around the world who want to study a undergraduate and graduate degree program in any Faculty at Waterloo.

Value description: 

  • up to $2,500 for a one-term study experience
  • $2,500 to $5,000 for a one-term work or volunteer experience
  • up to $10,000 for a two-term work or volunteer experience

Eligibility & selection criteria: 

  • full-time undergraduate and graduate students in any Faculty who wish to participate in an international experience in Israel, including a minimally-paid or volunteer international co-op work placement, a volunteer placement, an academic exchange or a study term related to academic requirements
  • selection based on combination of academic achievement and duration and type of the international experience
  • the opportunity is open to any program or course of study
  • Canadian citizen/Permanent resident, International/study permit student in Canada can apply
  • Interested students, in good academic standing (normally a minimum 70% average at the undergraduate level; normally a minimum 75% average at the graduate level), who are planning to participate in an international experience in Israel

Application details:

  • Complete the general International Experience Award Application form.
    • Access the application on Uwaterloo Forms page.
    • Attach required documentation (refer to application form).
    • Only submit one general form to be considered for the majority of available international experience awards, unless a specific form or process is indicated.
    • Apply prior to your departure term, by above term deadline.

Application deadline: July 15 & November 15, 2019

For more information, visit the official page


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