Be sure to use your full legal name on the application form (as it appears in your passport).

Include your personal email address on your application form (you will need to validate your email as part of the application process).

You may be required to submit some extra document(s) with your application.

If you are unable to upload the forms and documents online, you can email them to financialaid@hsfcan.org and Pay your $100 Holborn Grant application fee

  1. Wait to Receive Your eMail, Computing ID Number.

You will receive:

Your 7-digit number (include this with any correspondence with us).

  1. Submit your Supporting Documents for Grant Consideration

Your application will be sent to designated organizations who will evaluate your eligibility for a grant.

High school students: Submit a school transcript that shows all of the high school courses you have already taken and grades you have already received, as well as courses still in progress.

Post-secondary transfer students: can also submit transcripts for your entire academic record (high school and post-secondary). For the current year in progress, you must submit all the transcripts up to and including first semester results; second semester registration for the institution you are currently attending; final transcripts for any other institutions previously attended; and detailed course descriptions of each course.

All applicants must also submit evidence of English language proficiency. Unless English is your first language

  1. Interview

Once all application materials are received by the Grant Providers, the Committee may request and conduct an interview for offer

  1. Accept Your Offer of Grant

If you receive a Grant offer, you will need to accept the offer by the deadline stated in your offer letter. At this time you will also be required to give information regarding your school as the money might go directly to your college, where it will be applied to any tuition, fees, or other amounts you owe, and then any leftover funds given to you. Or it might be sent directly to you in a check. We would tell you what to expect.

  1. Apply for Your Study Permit

In order to study in Canada, you will need a study permit. Application processing time can take three months or more. We encourage you to apply for your study permit well in advance of your program start date. You can use your letter of Admission and Grant offer letters to start your study permit application. For complete information on immigration and application requirements, consult the Government of Canada website at www.cic.gc.ca

6. Send Your Official and Complete Documents by the Deadline

To retain your Grant offer, ensure all required documents are submitted by the deadline and meet the conditions specified in your offer.

 

The typical documents you will be required to provide are:

University or College Acceptance  Letters

High school grades and transcripts, certificates, and/ or diplomas.

Transcripts from any post-secondary institutions you have attended.

2 Reference Letters

 

Merit/Awards Certificates if any

 

Personal statement/Letter of Intent

 

Valid Data page of International Passport

 

Statement of Financial need form

 

Send your documents to:

720 King St

W 125 Suite 2000,

Toronto,

ON M5V 3S5, Canada

 

 

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