2 bursaries, $300 each; for financial need; must be Canadian Citizens and residents of Vancouver Island enrolled in an Applied program.
Association of Canadian Financial Officers research prizes are awarded annually to students at the Sprott School of Business for the best research papers or reports addressing public sector accounting and related management issues. The recipients are chosen based on the recommendation of the Sprott School...
An annual $500 award to a student enrolled in the Bachelor of Education (After Degree) program. The recipient must be an active Lutheran church member who demonstrates leadership abilities and has made a significant contribution to campus life, the church and/or the community. The recipient...
2 awards, $500 each; for students in journalism and/or creative writing non-fiction courses, whose efforts, integrity and potential as a writer in the field is deserving of encouragement. Recipients recommended by faculty, based on classroom participation and written assignments. No application necessary. Funds issued in...
The bursary, valued at $250, is awarded annually to a student enrolled in the Outdoor Adventure Leadership Programme. It is designed to assist a full-time student who demonstrates qualities of leadership, initiative enthusiasm, adaptability and maturity. The student is physically fit and preferably able to...
To encourage practical and theoretical knowledge of the industry, this prize is awarded to the B.Sc.(Agr.)/B.Sc.(Ag.Env.Sc.) student who has experience on a swine farm through employment or a stage and who attained the highest grade in the Swine Production course. Value: $250.
Established by Agnico-Eagle Mines Limited in memory of Donald J. Laronde who graduated in Mining Engineering in 1953. Mr. Laronde was a well known mining engineer who was largely responsible for the success of Agnico-Eagle's Quebec corporations. Given annually to an undergraduate mining engineering student...
Established in 2002 by Elizabeth Wirth, B.A. 1964, in honour of Lisl Wirth, for an outstanding undergraduate student specializing in Opera/Vocal performance. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing by the Schulich School of Music Scholarships Committee. Value: minimum $2,500.
Two scholarships to students demonstrating research skills. Submit one sample of a research paper by February 28 to the NVIT librarian. Committee selection.
This entrance award named in memory of Campbell River pioneers, Carl O, Margaret & Carl A, "Tubby" Thulin is available to a full-time or parttime Campbell River student enrolling in the Business Administration program or university transfer courses that lead to a business field. The...
The award is made to a First Nations student from a B.C. coastal community and is open to students in the Faculties of Arts and Science.
It is awarded to a student with outstanding personal qualities who has achieved high rank in the first two years of the medical course.
It is awarded to the student with the highest standing in the third year of Land and Food Systems.
The award is offered to a graduate student in Forestry specializing in integrated forest resource management and timber supply analysis. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
A scholarship of $1,500 has been offered by the Universal Buddhist Temple to an outstanding graduate student in Buddhist studies. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Asian Studies.
The scholarship is made on the recommendation of the Department of Theatre, to a graduate student in Theatre.
Preference given to candidate: -From Cactus Country, Newell, 40 Mile and Taber. -Leadership in 4-H -Participation in 4-H activities -Contribution to community -Academic performance -Financial need
Criteria: -Third period -Academic achievement -Financial need -Preference given to an individual from the Edmonton area
Criteria: -Second semester -Academic achievement with a minimum GPA 2.00 -Positive attitude -Technical skills / aptitude
AVAILABLE TO: A student who has completed the first year of a UCFV Theatre program and is proceeding full-time into second year.
Conditions: This award is given to a student who is graduating from the Bachelor of Commerce Program. A specialization in Accounting including the completion of a minimum of 3 senior accounting courses is required. Superior academic achievement in the Business program is required.