The Faculty of Management awards a prize to a student in the final year in the Entrepreneurship Concentration.
1 award, $150 or more; available to students in the Dental Assisting program who exhibit professional behavior and attitude in all areas of the program, and work well within the classroom team, and during clinical practical. No application necessary. Funds issued in June.
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.
1 award, $300; available to first or second year History student returning to Malaspina University-College in the Fall. Based on achievement in a second year History course. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
Established in 2003 by Wallace B. Chung, M.D.,C.M.1953, for outstanding undergraduate students who have completed at least one year in a degree program in the Faculty of Science. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing by the Faculty of Science Scholarships Committee. Value: minimum...
Established in 1981 by Dr. Jacob Dolid in honour of the late Professor G. Stafford Whitby. Awarded, on recommendation of the Department of Chemistry, to the undergraduate student with the highest grade in the Introductory Polymer Chemistry course. Value: $350.
To be awarded to the student in a program in Economics who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics, stands highest in courses in economic history.
This entrance award, created by Graham & Frame Barristers & Solicitors, is available to a full-time student enrolling at North Island College's Campbell River Campus. The recipient must have a demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students who are retraining as a result...
It is awarded for distinction in the fields of statistics and probability to an undergraduate or graduate on the recommendation of the Departments of Mathematics and Statistics.
The award is offered to a student who achieves high academic standing in Contract Law (Law 209) and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law.
Scholarships in the amount of $30,000 per student per year for a maximum of three years for full-time Ph.D. students and $20,000 per student per year for a maximum of two years for full-time M.Sc. students are offered by the Canadian Dairy Commission to graduate...
The award is offered to an undergraduate student in Human Kinetics and is made on the recommendation of the School.
The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Nursing to a registered nurse enrolled in the B.S.N. program. The candidate will combine academic ability with a satisfactory employment record. In making the award, financial need is a consideration.
This scholarship, valued at $2,000 is awarded primarily on the basis of the applicant's academic record (first class standing). Application required. Deadline: September 30.
This endowment has been established to provide a bursary (ies) of $1,250 to one or more full-time students(s) who are considered permanent residents of Nova Scotia and entering the third year of the undergraduate programme of the Faculty of Engineering. The student(s) will have demonstrated...
-The scholarships are open to Indigenous Black and First Nations students, residents of Nova Scotia (first preference) or former residents returning to Nova Scotia (second preference), who have completed a Dalhousie University undergraduate program and are entering their first Dalhousie University graduate program. -Students must...
Criteria: -Entering first semester -Financial need -Academic achievement -Graduate of rural Canadian high school -Preference given to students who intend to live in SAIT residence during their first year
Criteria: -Member of the men's intercollegiate hockey team -Minimum GPA of 2.00 -Financial need -Third semester student -Preference given to Petroleum Engineering students
Criteria: -Third or fifth semester of a diploma or applied degree program -Alberta resident -Permanent residence in a rural Alberta community (must identify) -Academic achievement -Involvement in extracurricular and community activities -Financial need
Criteria: -Second semester -Financial need
AVAILABLE TO: Any UCFV student enrolled in full-time studies in the 3rd year of a UCFV Bachelor's degree program. CRITERIA: 1. High academic achievement. 2. Strong evidence of outstanding student leadership and/or effective involvement in community service programs.