1 award, $250; available to students entering second year; for highest GPA in History 111 and 112. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
2 awards, $500 each; for satisfactory progress and financial need; available to 2nd year Forestry (silviculture) students, based on faculty recommendation. No application necessary. Funds issued in January.
2 bursaries, $500 each; for financial need; available to students attending Cowichan Campus.
2 bursaries, $500 each; for financial need; available to students enrolled in real estate related courses and planning to pursue a career in the real estate field.
Four scholarships founded by the late L.P. Snyder, Esq., in memory of his son, Charles William Snyder, a student of First Year Arts who was killed in the Battle of Sanctuary Wood on June 2nd, 1916. Awarded on the results of the sessional examinations to...
Established in 1998 through generous donations of family, friends, classmates and colleagues at Johnson Controls Inc., the City of Dorval, Rod Roy Ski Schools and the Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club, in memory of Derek Amy, graduate of Mechanical Engineering, B.Eng. 1997, to commemorate his...
Established in 2004 by Donald E. Meehan, LL.B. 1975. Awarded by the McGill Athletics Board Awards Committee to promote and facilitate the athletic, academic and public service achievements of student-athletes who are entering any undergraduate degree program and qualify to be members of the McGill...
To be awarded to a student entering Level II of a Mechanical Engineering Program who, in the judgment of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has achieved notable academic standing and demonstrated qualities of leadership at McMaster or in the community.
For Study At: University of Applied Sciences, Jvyskyla, Finland Berlin School of Economics, Germany Ritsumeikan University, Japan Three awards of $1,500 each (one per school) for students who: - are Canadian Citizens or landed immigrants; - have completed one or more years of full-time study...
Scholarships totalling $2,100, with preference given to gifted string instrumentalists. Financial need may be a factor in the selection of recipients.
A $1,000 prize has been endowed by the CanWest Global Foundation for a student demonstrating outstanding academic and artistic achievement graduating from the Bachelor of Fine Arts Program in the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies. Candidates should have completed course work and project work...
A $275 prize has been endowed by the family of Dr. Harold Krivel in his honour. The award is offered to a student in third year medicine who excels in paediatrics. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine.
Bursaries totalling $900 have been endowed by Joan Pavelich in memory of her husband John for students in the M.D. program in the Faculty of Medicine.
The awards are made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of Business to doctoral students in finance.
One award to provide financial support for a graduate student focussing on community-based approaches to coastal management, specific to issues within the province of BC. Student must be affiliated with the Centre for Coastal Studies.
It is awarded to a Dalhousie student of special ability in English, and preference is given to graduates who intended to study for a Master's degree in English. Students registered at King's are not eligible.
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement (minimum GPA 3.00) -Financial need -Community/leadership involvement -Preference given to a mature student
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: -Academic achievement -Highest mark in TV proposal -Best operational as well as technical model -Financial need -Canadian citizen
Criteria: -Third semester -Highest GPA in Machine Shop II, MACH-255
Conditions: Awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering the first year of the BSc Human Ecology program. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement and leadership qualities as demonstrated by service and community involvement and academic standing.