Donated by the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Sanders, Toronto-based business people and philanthropists. Value: $2,200/ea. Recipients: 1st-year students enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts program, with a min. 80% average in an Ontario secondary school (in six OACs or U/M courses). The scholarship is paid in two installments: half at registration in 1st term, half at the beginning of the 2nd term.
University students who transfer to Concordia with a minimum of 24 transferable university-level credits may be eligible for the University Transfer Scholarship, a one-time award of $1,500.
Established in 1981 by Dr. and Mrs. Hirsh Rosenfeld in honour of Professor Muriel Roscoe. Awarded to a graduating student of high academic merit in Biology on the recommendation of the Department of Biology. Value: $400.
Established in 1994 by John H. McCall MacBain, B.A. 1980. John MacBain was President of the McGill Students' Society and a Rhodes Scholar. Renewable entrance awards are offered annually to outstanding students entering a program in the Faculty of Arts on the basis of academic...
To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 66 - 90 units of a program in Mechanical Engineering and who, in the judgment of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has attained notable standing.
These bursaries are to be awarded to a student or students who might otherwise have difficulty completing their studies by reason of financial hardship. Recipients are to be Canadians residing in British Columbia and in attendance at Okanagan College (continuing in a university transfer, degree...
Dave and Debbie Barron have established an annual award in memory of Taylor McCowan. The $1,000 bursary is for a student entering the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer program at the Kalamalka Campus of Okanagan College with an intended career goal of becoming an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer....
This entrance award is available to a full-time or part-time student entering NIC from School District No. 71. The recipient must have graduated from City Centre School or NIDES with a C+ average and be enrolling in college or university level courses at NIC.
The recipient of this $200 award will have demonstrated academic and interpersonal skill excellence in the Wilderness Guiding program. Selection will be by student nomination followed by faculty consensus.
The award is offered to First Nations students in undergraduate programs in health sciences or human services.
Bursaries totalling $1,000 are offered by the Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia to students entering second, third or fourth year in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.
Five scholarships of $2,200 each, endowed by Hazel and Jack Grimmett, are awarded to students enrolled in the Faculty of Education Teacher Education Program who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada. The scholarships are made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
The award is offered to an undergraduate student in Real Estate with good academic standing who has demonstrated strong leadership skills through extra-curricular activities. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration.
Four $4,000 scholarships are offered by Peter Lee to students entering the third or fourth year of the Finance Option in the Bachelor of Commerce Program at the Sauder School of Business. The awards are made on the recommendation of the School.
Scholarships totalling $1,300 is awarded to graduate students in the Animal Welfare Program. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems with preference given, where possible, to candidates studying wildlife and wildlife ecosystems.
Criteria: -Primary consideration based on highest GPA -Secondary consideration exceptional skills development, achievement and a desire to have an impact on the baking industry
Criteria: -One award each for first, second and third period -Performance in the work situation both on and off campus -Attitude -Academic achievement -Financial need
Criteria: -First, second, or third period -Financial need
Criteria: -Third semester and fourth semester -Financial need -Academic achievement (average or better than average marks) -Hotel industry experience -Interest in further education
Criteria: -Third semester -Alberta resident for a minimum of five years
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a graduating student with superior academic standing in the School of Business whose major focus during their degree program has been in the area of finance, or who have majored in accounting with a strong emphasis on finance. Recipients...