enrolled in full-time ABE or UT courses
dedication to studies
preference will be given to students continuing on in a health care related field
Three awards established (in 1927) by the late Sir Edward Beatty, former Chancellor of the University. Awarded in recognition of high academic merit to students entering the intermediate or final year in Major or Honours Classics. Awarded on the recommendation of the Classics Program Committee,...
Founded by his family in memory of James Davidson McCall, B.Eng., who was accidentally killed in September 1953, the year of his graduation. Awarded to students proceeding to degrees in any faculty with a preference to students entering Engineering. While academic standing is of primary...
To be awarded to a student in an Honours program in Comparative Literature who, in the judgment of the Comparative Literature Program, has achieved notable standing in Level II.
To be awarded to the student who attains the highest grade in SOC WORK 2A06.
To be awarded to the student entering Level IV of an Honours Program in Philosophy who, in the judgment of the Department of Philosophy, shows the most academic promise.
Bursaries totaling up to $1,950 are offered by the Helen Pitt Fund for Fine Arts, through the Vancouver Foundation, to undergraduate students entering the second, third or fourth year of the Visual Arts Program within the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies at The University...
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 scholarship of $700 has been endowed through a bequest of John Neil McLeod. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine.
Scholarships totalling $4,000 have been endowed by the late Rhona Clare Gillis. The awards are made to students in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems for study in practical agricultural and food production systems and are made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
Bursaries totalling $2,900 are offered to students attending field schools in the Faculty of Forestry and, in particular, the interior field school (FRST 351) and the integrated field school (CONS 451) or both.
A book prize, valued at $300 is awarded to a student entering the fourth year in the field of art history. The recipient is selected on the basis of academic distinction by a departmental committee appointed by the Head of Fine Arts.
A $250 award has been endowed by members of the graduating class of 1969 in Electrical Engineering for a student with good academic standing entering fourth year who has demonstrated leadership through active involvement in student government, professional societies, and/or campus and community activities. The...
The scholarship is awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Creative Writing to a student who has shown ability in the art of translation. The candidate's financial circumstances may also be considered.
Scholarships totalling $1,300 are given to undergraduates in the Department of Asian Studies who are specializing in Japanese language and/or culture. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Department of Asian Studies.
The scholarship is made on the recommendation of the Department of Theatre, to a graduate student in Theatre.
One scholarship is made to a second year student in the Master of Occupational Therapy program One scholarship is made to a second year student in the Master of Phyical Therapy program. The scholarships ar based on academic standing in the first year MOT and...
Level 1-4 Scholarships valued at $1,500 are awarded to the students who obtain the highest average exam mark, first time writing, in each of Levels 1 to 4; the Levels to be determined by the accounting course. The student must have completed a minimum of...
Eligibility Applicants must be: -A successful music teacher, and -Pursuing post-baccalaureate study in music education.
Criteria: -Academic merit (minimum GPA of 2.60) -Financial need -Community service -Must be planning a career in the petroleum industry
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement