To be awarded to a student who has completed Level II or above and who has attained the highest Sessional Average.
Faculties and programs will vary. This year the award will go to a student registered with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Selection is based upon academic achievement, participation and contribution to school activities, leadership and citizenship as well as volunteer and/or community service. Must be entering a full-time BCIT credential program.
An endowment established by The Simons Foundation provides one award for a female entering a Trades program and one award for a female entering an eligible Technology diploma program.
1 award, $500; for academic achievement and interest in pursuing further studies in the field; available to second year Hospitality Management students. No application necessary. Funds issued in April.
Two prizes, established by his colleagues, friends and former students in memory of W.O. Judkins, Professor Emeritus, founder and first Chairman of the Department. To be given to graduating Art History students upon the recommendation of the Department of Art History. Value: $1,250 each.
Established in 1994 by donations from McGill faculty and staff and other friends to honour the memory of Dr. Hugh Howson, McGill Faculty of Management, 1968-1994. Awarded annually by the Faculty of Management Scholarships Committee to an outstanding commerce undergraduate in the MIS area. Criteria...
Established in 1946 by contributions from a large number of friends and associates of the former Chancellor. Available to students entering any undergraduate degree program. While academic standing is of primary importance, account may also be taken of financial need and/or qualities of leadership in...
The Silver Star Chapter, I.O.D.E. will provide, depending on Chapter finances, a $400 bursary for a Kalamalka Campus student. Recipients must complete their first year of full-time study in a university transfer, degree or diploma program at the Kalamalka Campus and must register the following...
Bursaries totalling $300 annually are available to a student or students in trades training programs. The funds are to be awarded to students who might have difficulty completing their studies due to financial hardship. Recipients must be Canadian citizens.
The award is made to a student, either graduate or undergraduate, in the Department of German Studies with preference given to a mature student.
Awards totalling $500 have been endowed by the Shiraz Rajan Family. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Department of Computer Science to outstanding full-time undergraduate students in the Computer Science Program who have demonstrated outstanding community service, with preference to female candidates.
The awards are offered to students who demonstrate initiative, leadership and involvement in extra-curricular activities. One award is offered to a student in Mechanical Engineering, the other to a student in Civil Engineering. The awards are made on the recommendation of the respective departments.
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.
One or more bursaries totalling $1,100 have been endowed by the Law Class of 1950. The awards are made to a student or students entering the second or third year of studies in the Faculty of Law with preference given to third year students.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law to a student with high standing in first year criminal law.
Scholarships totalling $1,300 is awarded to graduate students in the Animal Welfare Program. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems with preference given, where possible, to candidates studying wildlife and wildlife ecosystems.
One Fellowship of $15,000 has been made available by the late Cy and Emerald Keyes to support a graduate student in Metals and Materials Engineering. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, in consultation with the Department of Metals...
Criteria: -Outstanding student in overall laboratory performance -Canadian citizen
Criteria: -Academic achievement - minimum GPA 2.50 based on the successful completion of the three mandatory courses as follows: LIBR-235, LIBR-200 and MGMT-203 -Financial need -Preference given to a student who is currently working or has volunteered in a public library
Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering the first year of an undergraduate degree program. Recipient will be selected on the basis of demonstrated community service with or among Aboriginal peoples. Preference will be given to Aboriginal students.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering third or fourth year honors or major in Japanese Studies. Recipient will be chosen on the basis of academic standing.