Established in 2006 by Professor Catherine M. Shaw, a former McGill professor, to recognize and promote outstanding scholarship on English Drama to 1800 by undergraduate students in the English Department. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee on the recommendation of the English Department to an outstanding student for the best essay on Early Drama. Student essays on Shakespeare are not eligible.
Estimated value: $1,125.
High school students from the Canadian school system who have attained an admission average of 90% or above and are entering first-year of the Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)-- will be eligible to receive this scholarship. This scholarship will be awarded in addition to the Entrance...
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...
Established by Able Computer and Electronics, three $500 bursaries awarded to full-time, special needs students in any year of any program and can demonstrate financial need. Bursary application required.
Awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student in the Department of English who is entering the final year. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of English. Value: $1,500.
Bequeathed in 1880 by Barbara Scott for the student "excelling in Classics in the initial year". Value: $1,800.
Two scholarships, established in 2000 by the Charles H. Ivey Foundation in memory of its founder, philanthropist Charles Ivey, B.Eng. 1913. Mr. Ivey was awarded the Military Cross at Vimy in 1917 and after the war went on to become an entrepreneur in manufacturing. Awarded...
Established in 1999 by Dr. Alexander S. MacInnes, Ph.D. 1941. Awarded by the Faculty of Science Scholarships Committee to a student who has demonstrated academic excellence and has completed at least one year in the Department of Chemistry. Value: $2,500.
Established in 1989 by friends and family in memory of Roderick F. Robertson to commemorate his lifelong interest in the teaching and administration of the undergraduate chemistry program. Awarded by the Faculty of Science Scholarships Committee on the recommendation of the Department of Chemistry to...
Nine scholarships to be awarded on the basis of Cumulative Averages to students who have completed Level I and an additional 58 - 75 units of Honours B.Sc. programs. Ordinarily, not more than one scholarship will be awarded in any one discipline.
Two prizes to be awarded to: (a) the student who attains the highest grade in GEO 4HY3; and (b) the student who attains the highest grade in GEO 4HZ3.
To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Bachelor of Technology program who, in the judgment of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has demonstrated notable academic achievement.
Established in 1960 by bequest of Mrs. W.H. Yates of Hamilton. Value: $225
Award Criteria: student in the Land and Resource Management Program at Northern Lights College combines a strong academic standing (60%+) with an apparent interest in the fields of land acquisition, land administration and land science shows financial need
Award Criteria: highest overall marks in the 2-year LRM program
Award Criteria: enrolled in a second-year Geography course or in the Land and Resource Management Program financial need
A $1,000 prize has been endowed by family, friends and colleagues of Professor Wallace Berry and is offered to a student specializing in music theory. The prize is made on the recommendation of the School of Music and, in the case of graduate students, in...
A scholarship of $300, bequeathed by Ernest E. Smith, has been endowed for a student in the Faculty of Medicine. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
Bursaries totalling $900 have been endowed by the Vancouver Island District of the Physiotherapist Association of British Columbia for students enrolled in the physical therapy program in the School of Rehabilitation Sciences. First preference is given to students who completed secondary school on Vancouver Island,...
Bursaries totalling $900 have been endowed by the University Women's Club of Vancouver for mature students in Education.
Criteria: -Second or third period -Academic achievement (average mark of 80% or better) -Program involvement -Financial need -Canadian citizen -Alberta resident