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Established in 2006 by The Molson Foundation to honour the memory of one of McGill's and Canada's outstanding athletes, Percival Molson, a decorated World War I hero and a former Governor of the University. Awarded by the McGill Athletics Board Awards Committee to promote and facilitate the athletic achievements of student athletes who are entering any undergraduate degree program and qualify to be members of the men's or women's McGill Track and Field teams.
Estimated value: minimum $1,500 each; renewable.

Citytv Vancouver Entrance Awards

An applicant must meet one of the following criteria: An Aboriginal person who is registered as a client with the BCIT Aboriginal Services office. A member of a visible...

MDS-Metro Award in Memory of Dr. Garth Walther: Applied Chemistry & Biotechnology Program

Criteria: Completed the second and final year of the Applied Chemistry & Biotechnology Program and is graduating with a Diploma of Applied Chemistry & Biotechnology...

Thomas Henry Hartman Award in Humorous Writing

Value $500. Awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Chair of the Department of English, to the undergraduate student submitting the best essay that either demonstrates a...

Phyllis Hargrave Memorial Bursary

2 bursaries, $450 each; for financial need and scholastic standing; available to first year students in a Nursing Degree program.

Sheila Becker Scholarship In Jewish Studies

Established in 2007 by the Becker family and friends in memory of Sheila Becker, B.A. 1961. An active researcher on the Holocaust, Sheila was known for her strong interest in...

Sir William Macdonald Scholarships

Two scholarships open to all students entering an intermediate year or the final year. Value: $800 each.

The Hamilton and District Heavy Construction Association Scholarships (E)

A maximum of two scholarships to be awarded to students who, in the judgment of the Department of Civil Engineering, have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and who...

CUPE (North Island College) Local 3479 Bursary

This award, created by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (North Island College) Local 3479, is available to a student entering North Island College who has a demonstrated...

Johnny Tashoots Memorial Award

Award Criteria: First Nations student attending full-time or part-time in the Stikine Region preference to a student studying in the Natural Resource field.

Chan Fong Gan Au Memorial Bursary

One award is made to a student of Chinese ancestry entering the Faculty of Arts from Grade 12 and the other is made to a student of Chinese ancestry entering the Faculty of...

Lynda Winkler Memorial Bursary

The award is made to a student in an honours or majors program in Sociology.

Hargrave Bursary in Medicine

Bursaries totalling $3,400 are are known as The Hargrave Bursaries and an equal amount is awarded annually to male and female students.

Ping Hua Pu Scholarship

A $300 scholarship has been endowed by Ping Hua Pu. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems to a student in the Department of Food Science.

Graduating Class of Law 1967 Award

Awards totalling $2,400 have been endowed by the Class of Law 1967 for students in the Faculty of Law. Selection is based on academic achievement, athletic achievement, and...

Jaswant Kaur Manhas Memorial Scholarship in Business Administration

An $1,600 scholarship is awarded in consultation with the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration and the Faculty of Graduate Studies, to a student entering the M.B.A....

Ray & Joe Abramson Award in Mathematics and Statistics

Eligibility: -Entering major program in Department of Mathematics & Statistics in the Faculty of Arts -Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person and Ontario...

Pat Hadden Memorial

Criteria: -Effort -Attitude -Financial need -Academic achievement in the program's chemical section


AVAILABLE TO: UCFV student with the highest marks in Film 110 and Film 120

Scotiabank Bursaries

Conditions: To be awarded annually to students in the first, second, third, or fourth year of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts. Recipients will be chosen...