CRITERIA FOR UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS
Candidates must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants.
Candidates must have been admitted to qualified universities as full time students.
Candidates must intend to pursue a career in some aspect of the transportation field and meet the conditions that apply to a particular scholarship.
Candidates must be entering third or fourth year studies.
Students must have achieved an overall B level or equivalent average mark in their previous academic year.
Preference may be given to candidates with relevant work experience.
Scholarships may be awarded to individuals receiving other scholarships.
The maximum number of academic years in which an individual may receive a TAC Foundation scholarship, as an undergraduate student, is two (2) years.
On completion of the studies for which they received a Foundation scholarship, students must send a copy of their thesis or major project, if their program of study produced one.
Scholarships are for full academic year university attendance only.
Established by Kerr Addison Mines Ltd. in memory of William S. Row, a graduate in Mining Engineering (1927). Mr. Row spent most of his working life with Kerr Addison, one of Canada's major gold producers. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Mining, Metals...
To be awarded to the student entering the final level of a program in Geography and Environmental Studies, Earth and Environmental Sciences or Engineering and Society, who attains the highest Sessional Average.
Two prizes to be awarded to students graduating from the Nursing program who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing, have achieved notable standing and demonstrated practical aptitude for a career in the health care of the elderly.
Okanagan College offers up to eight President's Entrance Scholarships annually to graduates of secondary schools in the Okanagan College region. The purpose of the scholarships is to recognize the following qualities of outstanding secondary school graduates: excellence in scholastic achievement, strong leadership potential, and contributions...
The award is offered to a student in fourth year Forest Sciences with preference given to those studying Genetics/Silviculture.
Bursaries totalling $7,800 are offered to students entering third year Forestry.
One fellowship is available to an incoming graduate student and a second is intended to support thesis research by a senior graduate student in one of Professor Scott's fields of interest. They are awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Economics in consultation with...
A $375 prize has been endowed by the Canadian Council of Financial Analysts. The award is offered to a third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Finance option and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration.
The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Music to a worthy piano student who is specializing in vocal and/or instrumental accompaniment.
Eligibility for these bursaries includes enrollment in a two or three-year college diploma program or a university degree program in hotel, food services, hospitality or dietetic field. High school students are not eligible for these bursaries. Applicants are scored on their scholastic ability, work experience...
H.Y. Louie Entrance Awards recognize financial need and demonstrated commitment to volunteer activities. Financial assistance application required as well as an essay documenting your community service history. Apply minimum 6 weeks prior to term start date online at the Student Information System. Minimum average of...
A one-semester award for outstanding Canadian students in their second year of a graduate studies program, master's or doctoral, in the Faculty of Applied Sciences.
These awards valued at $250.00 each, are awarded to a full-time student graduating in each of the Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound and Radiological Technology programmes with highest cumulative GPA.
Eligible students are to be registered in the Senior Year in the Faculty of Engineering. The Committee will consider the applicant's financial need, academic standing, interest in highway or construction engineering, and executive ability in a construction company or highway department. Preference will be given...
The scholarship is awarded to a student who is a permanent resident of New Brunswick and is entering the Master of Architecture programme. The recipient must demonstrate strong design ability with functional solutions, and an aptitude and knowledge in areas beyond design. The scholarship is...
Criteria: -Certificate, diploma or apprenticeship program -Financial need The following individuals are eligible: -AUPE members in good standing (not restricted to Local 39) and/or their spouse, and/or their financial dependents -Dependents (under the age of 25) of retired or deceased member (within a period of...
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement -Good communications skills and ability to work with others -Preference given to applicants with significant work experience in oil and gas drilling or well servicing prior to attending SAIT
Criteria: -Professionalism - demonstrates integrity, confidentiality and ability to work well with others in the clinical environment -Patient Care - demonstrates a high level of client care and service -Community Involvement - participation in community activities
Criteria: -First period -Academic achievement -Financial need -Leadership through community involvement -Preference given to residents of Southern Alberta (Red Deer South)
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student who has been a resident of Canada for fewer than 16 years with satisfactory academic standing entering the University of Alberta from high school who will be registered in the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture or the...