This bursary will be awarded to a North Island College student entering the second year of the Fine Arts program at the Comox Valley Campus. The recipient will be enrolled on a full-time basis and will demonstrate financial need. The award will be applied to tuition upon registration.
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.
3 bursaries, $250 each; for financial need; available to students attending Cowichan Campus.
Established by friends, relatives and colleagues of the late Max Silverman to commemorate his accomplishments as a Sudbury businessman, sportsman and mayor. Value: $190. Recipient: a member of the Interuniversity Athletic Program who is registered in the 2nd or 3rd year of a Bachelor of...
Established in 2006 by Alumni and Friends of McGill Football. Awarded by the McGill Athletics Board Awards Committee to promote and facilitate the athletic achievements of student athletes who are entering any undergraduate degree program and who qualify to be members of the McGill Intercollegiate...
Established in 2003 by Hubert T. Lacroix, B.C.L. 1976, M.B.A. 1981, Trustee of the Martlet Foundation and former basketball coach at McGill. Awarded by the McGill Athletics Board Awards Committee to promote and facilitate the athletic achievements of student athletes who are entering any undergraduate...
To be awarded to the graduating student who has completed a program in Anthropology primarily on a part-time basis and who, in the judgment of the Department of Anthropology, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged...
To be awarded to a woman student on the basis of the Sessional Average obtained in the penultimate level of a program in Economics or Political Science.
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. Academic Requirements: - a minimum cumulative grade...
This scholarship is available to an NIC student who has successfully completed the Home Support/Resident Care Attendant Certificate program. The recipient will have the highest score in HSR 125 and the accompanying practicum, as determined by faculty. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen or...
Award Criteria: any student successful in his/her program (i.e. achieving a C+ or better) resident of northeastern BC demonstrates a commitment to completing or bettering his/her education actively involved with his/her community
Award Criteria: student enrolled full-time in the Welding program at NLC
The award is offered to a student who achieves high academic standing in Contract Law (Law 209) and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law.
It is awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Creative Writing to a student who has shown ability in the writing of poetry. Financial circumstances are a consideration.
The award is on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Administrative, Adult and Higher Education, to the student who best combines high academic standing and research potential.
The award is made to the student obtaining the highest standing in DENT 430 Endodontic Module and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry.
For a master's or PhD student in the Faculty of Education. Preference will be given to a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.
One scholarship to a graduate student in Economics who has completed one semester of graduate work and is a citizen of an Asian developing country.
Preference given to residents of the Manning area. If a suitable candidate cannot be found, then it may be given to someone from the Peace Region, or lastly, anywhere in Alberta. Recipients are chosen by outstanding leadership skills, community involvement and communication skills.
Criteria: -Second semester -Attitude and aptitude -Financial need
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement