Two scholarships awarded annually for academic excellence to either incoming or continuing students in the Jewish Teacher Training Program. Awarded by the Faculty of Education's Committee on Student Affairs on the recommendation of the Coordinator of the Program.
Value: $6,000 each.
Each year CMU recognizes students gifted in music by offering six $500 scholarships on the basis of musical ability. Students applying for these scholarships must submit a letter of nomination from a music instructor and an audition tape. It is expected that students receiving the...
2 awards, $500 each; available to students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program at the Nanaimo Campus, for talent and promise shown in the culinary field. Selection based on department recommendation and financial need. Preference will be given to students who are residents of the...
To be awarded to a student who has completed at least 30 units beyond Level I of an Honours program with notable academic standing and has demonstrated a scholarly interest in some aspect of Asian languages, history or cultures, with preference being given to a...
Award Criteria: Dawson Creek student enrolled in the Home Support/Resident Care Attendant good attendance, work/study habits, interest in learning positive participation in classroom and work experience student must have successfully completed a practicum with the Dawson Creek Society for Community Living
Award Criteria: FSJ student enrolled in courses related or leading to a career in the arts displays creativity, dedication, hard work, and a positive attitude
Scholarships totalling $1,100 have been endowed by Marion L. Pearson for undergraduate students entering second or third year in Pharmaceutical Sciences who have achieved excellence in Pharmacy Practice. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
A $1,000 scholarships is offered by the Vancouver Medical Association for a promising student entering first year Medicine who is worthy and deserving of assistance. The financial circumstances of those considered will be a factor in the selection. The awards are made on the recommendation...
The award is made to a student entering first year Medicine, on the recommendation of the Faculty. The financial circumstances of the candidate may be a factor. Preference is given to students of Chinese descent.
Each scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student entering the first year of the Faculty of Law with high academic standing. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law.
It is made to a third or fourth year student majoring in History, Medieval Studies or International Relations (with a history emphasis) who has written the best essay in a competitive examination organized and adjudicated by the History Department before December 15.
A $250 prize has been endowed by members of the History Students' Association and faculty in the Department of History for a student specializing in History who has achieved high academic standing. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of History.
The award is made to a student in the field of French Language and Literature with high scholastic standing, promise and deserving of financial assistance.
CRITERIA -Secondary school student seeking admission into the first year of the Kinesiology and Health Science undergraduate program -High academic standing -Record of extra-curricular involvement -Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person, Ontario resident, demonstrated financial need
One award to recognize a student pursuing an MBA or EMBA and whose thesis or MBA project addresses issues in business ethics.
Eligibility: Candidates must meet UNBC admission, enrollment and full-time attendance requirements in graduate studies. Candidates may be enrolled in any program, but will be researching a public policy issue of particular relevance to residents and communities of northern BC.
Eligible students are registered in the Senior Year in Electrical and Computer Engineering. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of the applicant's academic standing of at least `A' in relevant classes among communications, electronics or computer engineering. Application required. Deadline: September 30.
Eligible students are to be registered in Year 4 or 5 of an undergraduate engineering programme with preference given to Chemical Engineering students. The award is based primarily on financial need but the Committee also considers the academic record of the applicant. Deadline: September 30.
Criteria: -Third semester -Primary consideration given to ability to succeed while enrolled in program (academic achievement), leadership and community involvement -Secondary consideration given to financial need -Alberta resident -Canadian citizen -Preference given to a female student
AVAILABLE TO: A UCFV student from Chilliwack enrolled in a Horticulture studies program.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with satisfactory academic standing of at least 3.0 on 30 credits taken during the previous academic year or as approved by Business Council for students in the Business Co-operative Education Program, entering the...