Value: $400. Recipient: a full-time 1st-year student enrolled in an undergraduate program in Sciences or Engineering, as selected by the Senate Committee on Under-graduate Academic Awards on the basis of academic achievement in secondary school. Preference is given to students who have previously participated in a science fair. Students must present a written recommendation from the high school guidance counsellor. Laurentian University Application for Entrance Awards required.
Who Can Apply College students in the first year of a minimum two-year diploma program University students in the first or second year of a degree program University students in the first-year of a 2+2 program (first two years completed in a community college) Applicants...
If you are a student with an A- standing who has not been awarded one of the continuing entrance scholarships, you will automatically be awarded an in-course scholarship for the following year.
Donated by the University Women's Club of Ste. Anne de Bellevue to a mature woman student who has completed at least one year in her undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and who demonstrates academic excellence and financial need. Value:...
To be awarded to a student entering the final level of a program in Mathematics or Physics who attains the highest Sessional Average.
To be awarded to a student who has completed Level II of a Software Engineering program who, in the judgment of the Department of Computing and Software, has achieved notable academic standing and demonstrated qualities of leadership at McMaster or in the community.
Two scholarships to be awarded: (a) one to a student in a program in Arts and Science, and (b) one, on a rotating basis, to a student in a program in Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, and Physics.
This entrance bursary is available to a female student enrolling at the Comox Valley Campus in a science program. The recipient must have a demonstrated financial need and be attending on a full-time or part-time (minimum of three courses) basis.
A $600 prize is awarded to a student in the second or third year of the Physical Education option of the B.H.K. degree program with general academic proficiency, who has demonstrated expertise and leadership in the field of coaching.
Scholarships totalling $5,700 have been endowed through the estate of Phyllis Elizabeth Duncan in memory of Bernard Boe for undergraduate students entering their final year of study in Geological Engineering or Mining Engineering. The awards are made on the recommendation of the eligible departments with...
The award is made on the recommendation of the Departments of History and Political Science, and in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies, to a full-time graduate student studying international relations.
Scholarships established through the generosity of Dr. and Mrs. Wallace Wilson, are awarded to students of high academic standing and with promise and distinction, nominated by the Department of English. A scholarship of $1,500 and a second scholarship of $1,100 are awarded to students entering...
The award is offered to an undergraduate female student in Chemical Engineering and is made on the recommendation of the Department.
The award is offered to an undergraduate student majoring in Canadian Studies. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Arts.
Scholarships of $3,000 each are offered to full-time students enrolled in a program of studies leading to a specialization within the M.B.A. Program. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of Business.
A $600 prize has been endowed by alumni and friends of the Department of Language and Literacy for a masters or doctoral student in the Faculty of Education who is focusing on English as a second language. The prize is made on the recommendation of...
Scholarships totalling $9,800 are awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education to an outstanding student in Multicultural and Minority Education.
Nova Scotia Planning Directors Association Award is given to a student of Planning who has demonstrated academic excellence and leadership. Value $500, awarded annually in April. Selection: School of Planning Faculty.
Criteria: -Third semester - Broadcast News option -Professionalism -Positive attitude -Reliability -Cooperation -Initiative -Academic achievement
AVAILABLE TO: Level 1 - first consideration to First Nations students in Business Administration programs. Level 2 - First Nations students in: -Computer Information Systems diploma or degree (this program has a strong business orientation) -Communications -Fashion Design -Graphic Design -Visual Arts -Library and Information...
Conditions: Awarded to the graduating student with the highest composite mark in fixed and removable prosthodontics. Recipient will be selected on the basis of excellence in prosthetic dentistry and academic standing.