Scholarship values vary depending on the duration and level of study: 

CAD 8,200 for college, undergraduate or graduate students (Master's and PhD) for a minimum of four months or one academic term of study or research; or 

CAD 11,100 for graduate students (Master's and PhD) for a period of five to six months of study or research. 

Please verify the student(s) eligibility for the ELAP scholarship on the following website:


It is the time of the year when we are preparing ELAP applications for undergraduate students to come to King's University College- London., Canada.

To prepare the ELAP application for your student, please email all of the following documents to dnieto@lasalle.edu.co no later than February  28, 2022 (this deadline is for both Fall 2022 and Winter 2023 applications):

(Documents must be submitted in one of the following formats: .pdf, .jpg, .doc, .docx, .txt or .gif. Each document must be smaller than 5 MB.) 

1.      English proficiency score:

Students admitted to King’s University College must be proficient in written and spoken English. We will require the following proficiency scores or higher, unless your agreement states differently: 

• I.E.L.T.S. (International English Language Testing System) - 6.0 IELTS 

• T.O.E.F.L. (Test of English as a Foreign Language)- Students must achieve a written TOEFL score of 550 

• T.O.E.F.L. IBT - 80 and above (reading score of 15 and above, listening score of 16 and above and a writing score of 15 and above) 

2.      Privacy Notice Statement:

A copy of the Privacy Notice Statement for non-Canadian participants dated and signed by the candidate.

3.      Proof of citizenship:

A copy of the candidate's passport or national identity document with valid dates and photo. Note: a driver's licence, permanent resident card, student card or baptism certificate is not accepted as proof of citizenship.

4.      Proof of full-time enrolment (maximum one page): 

A letter in English or French from the home institution, on official letterhead, dated within the last six months, confirming that the candidate is currently enrolled in a full-time program and will continue to be enrolled upon their return and providing the expected completion date of the degree. Note: copies of transcripts, a student card or letter of admission are not acceptable

5.      Letter of intent from the candidate (maximum one page):

A letter in English from the candidate describing the nature of their studies to be undertaken and explaining the rationale for study in Canada and for the choice of institution and the program. The candidate must also indicate how the proposed program of study will relate to their future career.

6.      Letter of support from the home institution (maximum one page):

 a letter in English from the candidate's instructor, professor or international director on the institution's official letterhead, dated within the last six months, explaining the nature of study and how the candidate and the home institution will benefit from this scholarship program 

7.      A transcript or course list in English indicating the courses in which the student has been enrolled

8.      Name of the institution where the student is studying 

9.      Contact person (including salutation, first name, last name, job title and department) at your institution

10.  Address of contact person at an exchange partner institution

11.  Email of contact person at an exchange partner institution

12.  Student’s Name

13.  Student’s Gender 

14.  Student’s Email 

15.  Student’s Country of Citizenship 

16.  Degree Sought by the student (e.g. bachelor’s)

17.  Field of Study the student is studying (e.g. Education, Humanities, etc.)

18.  Discipline that the student is studying (e.g. Sociology, Psychology, etc.) 

19.  Expected End Date for the degree (mm/yyyy)

20.  A list of courses that the students are interested in taking at King’s.

King’s courses for 2021-2022 can be found at:

https://www.kings.uwo.ca/academics/ (look for the “K” logo) and https://studentservices.uwo.ca/secure/timetables/mastertt/ttindex.cfm (select “King’s” under campus)

Please note that 2022-2023 courses will not be available until mid June, so any selection that students can make at this point will be tentative and for the purpose of the ELAP application only.

21.  Timeframe of Study at King’s - Does the student want to study from:

  • September-December (Term 1) 
  • January-April (Term 2) 
  • Either Term 1 or 2