This award is available to a full-time or part-time student who has successfully completed one or more English courses in the Adult Basic Education or in the English as a Second Language program at North Island College and is continuing their education. The recipient must be a resident of Campbell River and must have demonstrated financial need.
Selection is based on academic standing in secondary school and/ or post-secondary studies. Other factors may be taken into consideration such as participation in school activities, community involvement and demonstrated leadership qualities.
Provided by the estate of G.F. MacDowell, Professor Emeritus. Awarded to an outstanding high school student entering Brandon University and taking a first year Political Science course.
Value: $500/ea. Recipients: full-time female students in the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of any program. A mature student (as defined by the University Women's Club of Sudbury) is one who has had her studies interrupted for a period of at least five years. Selection...
Established by her daughter to honour the memory of the late Mrs. Dominga de la Riva, an outstanding mother, admired and cherished for her ability to reflect warmth and friendship to all she knew. She was born in Spain and raised two children through the...
1 award, $100; available to full time ABE students attending Powell River Campus, who are highly motivated and have excellent attendance. No application necessary. Funds issued in June.
1 award, $125, for most promise shown in the field and on instructor's recommendation; available to students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program in baking and pastry courses. No application necessary. (Awarded on graduation)
Value: $500. Recipient: a full-time student entering the 2nd year of a Bachelor of Arts or Science (having successfully completed a min. 30 and max. 60 credits) in a program taught in French. In alternating years, the award will be given to a student enrolled...
Established by the Lions Club of Sudbury and awarded to a student in any year of any program, who can demonstrate financial need, and is a resident of Ontario, as defined by OSAP. Two awards valued at $500 each. Application is required.
Two scholarships open to all students in the intermediate and final years. Value: $800 each.
Four scholarships awarded on the results of the Honours examinations in Political Science. Two awards will be held by students entering the final year and two by students entering the intermediate year. Students must take the Honours work in Political Science. Value: $1,000 each.
Established in 2001 by the Export Development Corporation, a Canadian corporation that provides exporters with trade financing, for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Management. Awarded by the Faculty of Management Scholarships Committee to an undergraduate student who is entering their third or fourth year...
For high academic standing to an undergraduate student having completed at least one year in the B.S.W. program. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee on the recommendation of the School of Social Work. Value: $1,500.
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.
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.
Bursaries totalling $4,600 have been endowed through a bequest by Stewart-Mary Arbuckle for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Medicine.
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...
A $275 bursary has been endowed by family, colleagues and friends in memory of Joyce A. McRae for a student in the Bachelor of Education (Elementary) Program.
Awards totalling $5,300 have been endowed by Eric P. Newell for undergraduate stduents entering third-year engineering. Candidates must have demonstrated student leadership and achieved high academic standing. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Applied Science.
Fellowships totalling $77,450 are offered by the Law Foundation of British Columbia, to assist students in the graduate program in the Faculty of Law. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law and in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
AVAILABLE TO: Full-time UCFV students enrolled in a minimum of 3 courses, who reside in the Chilliwack, Agassiz, Harrison or Hope area. CRITERIA: -Enrolled in a program, which can lead to a certificate, diploma or degree. -Must identify vocational or academic goals. -Students who, along...