CBIE manages and administers scholarships on behalf of Canadian government departments, private and public sector organizations and partner governments across the world.
CBIE provides customized management of scholarship programs to help develop global citizens.
Programs can be strictly academic, or include enhancement components such as industry and research placement, alumni networks, mentorship and coaching
Based on pre-determined selection criteria, CBIE receives, vets and compiles a list of potential candidates for final approval by the client
Admissions & Placement
CBIE assesses candidates, supports the completion of applications to Canadian institutional partners and negotiates favorable terms for enrollment.
Visa & Living Support
CBIE provides step-by-step checklists for visa applications, organizes orientation programs, and provides recommendations for accommodation.
CBIE’s academic managers monitor progress and work with the institutions to ensure that scholars are provided full support required to successfully complete their program objectives.
Finance & Administration
CBIE expedites all financial payments to institutions, transfers to students and provides itemized financial and narrative reports to the clients all in accordance to standard accounting practices.
Scholarship Management Experience
Learn more about the current scholarship programs we manage.
Libyan-North American Scholarship Program
CBIE manages the scholarship for over 4,000 Libyan students pursuing graduate academic studies and post-graduate medical training in Canada and the United States.
International Scholarships Program (ISP)
As the implementing agency for the Global Affairs Canada (GAC) International Scholarship Programs, CBIE administers 14 scholarship mechanism which benefit over 900 Scholarships annually.
The Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program (CFSP)
CBIE manages the CFSP which is designed to build institutional capacities by training employed nationals from developing countries of La Francophonie.
The African Leaders of Tomorrow (ALT) Scholarship Program
The ALT Scholarship Program provides 130 scholarships to individuals from sub-Saharan Africa to pursue a Master’s degree in public administration and/or public policy in Canada.