Four awards of $500 each are available to international students for the fall 2007 semester at Okanagan College. Applicants must have demonstrated leadership in developing, organizing and participating in activities which enhance international student experiences at Okanagan College.
- a minimum cumulative grade average of 64% over the last two 4-month semesters; and
- full-time enrolment (i.e., enrolled in three or more courses).
The awards will be credited towards the recipients' fall 2007 semester tuition fees.
Application Deadline: Thursday May 31, 2007
Selection is based on academic standing in secondary school/post-secondary studies. Preference will be given to an applicant who is a graduate of a secondary school in School District #35 Langley.
Value: $1,900. Recipient: a student, resident of Sudbury, who is entering the final year of a program in a professional school, has a min. 70% average in the previous academic year, is not in receipt of any other major awards and has financial need. If...
2 awards, $1,000 each; available to aboriginal students who will be continuing their studies in a diploma or degree program at Malaspina University-College. Selection based on academic achievement, leadership and community involvement. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards by April 30. Funds awarded as a...
1 award, $300; for continuing students, based on academic performance and significant financial need. Not restricted to any particular program or year. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by April 30. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
Established in 2002 by CAE Inc. Founded in 1947, CAE is a global leader in the provision of simulation and control technologies and training solutions for aerospace, defence and marine markets. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing by the Faculty of Engineering Scholarships...
Awarded to a B.Com. student entering the final year of studies in the Information Systems (IS) Major or Concentration. Awarded on the basis of academic standing and contribution to the Faculty's IS program. Value: $1,000.
To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours program in Physics and who, in the judgment of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, has attained notable standing.
Award Criteria: full-time female student enrolled in Vocational or University Transfer (science) studies good academic (75%+) standing for 1st semester application should include information that demonstrates the student's balanced lifestyle, commitment to environment, and efficient & safe use of electricity
Bursaries totalling $3,500 have been endowed by Dean M. Toye (B.Sc.1962) and his wife, Mary, for undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Chemistry.
A $550 prize has been endowed by Dr. Raymond A. Pederson for the physiology graduate student who gives the best presentation at the Annual Physiology Research Day. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Physiology.
Scholarships totalling $1,000 have been endowed by Dr. James M. Orr for undergraduate students in Pharmaceutical Sciences who have achieved excellence in pharmacokinetics. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The scholarship is offered to a fine arts student on the recommendation of the Department.
A $2,000 scholarship has been endowed by the Varshney family for an undergraduate student in the Sauder School of Business. The award is made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of Business.
A fellowship of $1,000 is made to a graduate student in Real Estate, in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration.
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...
A one semester award for a student pursuing a graduate degree in Archaeology who has completed at least one semester of their graduate program.
Robert Half International Award of $1,000 is awarded to the student who obtains the highest exam mark (first time writing) in Financial Accounting: Consolidations & Advanced Issues (FA4).
It is awarded to a Dalhousie student of special ability in English, and preference is given to graduates who intended to study for a Master's degree in English. Students registered at King's are not eligible.
- The award is intended to attract outstanding female students into a Programme of studies leading to the PhD degree. - To be eligible, students must have been accepted into a PhD programme at Dalhousie before applying for the scholarship. -Scholarships will be awarded to...
Criteria: -Effort -Attitude -Financial need -Academic achievement in the program's chemical section