To be awarded to a student who has completed Level II or III of the Bachelor of Commerce program, attains a high Sessional Average and demonstrates financial need.
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...
To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours program in Philosophy and who, in the judgment of the Department of Philosophy, shows the most academic promise.
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Sessional Average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating session.
This college-wide entrance scholarship is available to a student enrolled in full-time studies in a business program or related discipline. The applicant's career goal must be directly related to business: whether that is in a corporation, small business, or starting their own entrepreneurial venture. The...
Award Criteria: Fort Nelson student ABE student committed to his/her program
Award Criteria: an Aboriginal student enrolled full-time in ABE at NLC award granted primarily for academic achievement community service and volunteer background will also be taken into consideration all applicants must be of Aboriginal ancestry .
The award is offered to a student entering fourth year in Commerce and Business Administration who is taking the option in Real Estate, has high standing, and is deserving of assistance to further his education in the profession of real estate.
A $7,000 fellowship is awarded to a graduate student in the Faculty of Forestry based on scholarship and research potential. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
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.
A $1,000 scholarship is offered by the Vernon Film Society to a full-time student who has completed one or more years in the Bachelor of Fine Arts Visual Arts Program, specializing in film, video or advanced media and has demonstrated academic excellence. The award is...
The bursary is offered to a Human Kinetics student with preference given to a student involved in the Rugby program (coach, manager or player).
The award is made to a student entering the penultimate or final year in Chemical Engineering. Consideration is given to the student's academic standing, character, and interest and promise in the field of engineering. The financial circumstances of the candidates may be considered. The award...
Scholarships totalling $10,000 are offered to students in nursing and are made on the recommendation of the School. Preference may be given to students with demonstrated volunteer activity.
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.
An award ($1250) presented to a student from both first and second year that is actively involved in volunteer work and has made an impact on community life.
The $3000 fellowship is available to two students studying international business. Candidates must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants, and have a strong academic record to date.
The Psychology Department established the D.O. Hebb Post-Graduate Prize (valued at $1,000), which is awarded by the Graduate Programme Committee, to an entering Masters and/or PhD student who has demonstrated the best potential to make a significant scientific contribution to the field of psychology.
Criteria: -Fourth semester -Highest mark in INST-390 - Applied Analytical Instrumentation
Criteria: -Second semester -Academic achievement in first semester -Willingness to get along with others -Leadership/community involvement -Financial need
AVAILABLE TO: A student entering their second year of Agricultural studies at UCFV. CRITERIA: -The student must be admitted to full-time studies (minimum three courses) in the second year of an Agriculture program at UCFV -The student must demonstrate good academic standing.