A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a student completing first year Sciences at the Prince Rupert campus. The recipient must be eligible to enrol in a full-time Science program at a post-secondary institution. This award has been established to provide a lasting memorial to John Hiom's commitment and dedication to quality Science education.
Who Can Apply College students in the first year of a minimum two-year culinary diploma program Applicants must not have received any other Canadian Hospitality Foundation scholarships Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents
1 award, $1,000; for academic achievement, available to students in any program. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
Value: $1,000/ea. Recipients: members of the men's basketball team registered as full-time undergraduate students, on the basis of academic standing in the previous year, and demonstrated leadership. Application for Athletic Awards required.
Established in 1987 by students, colleagues and friends of Dr. Jack Cram, former Director of the Centre for Northern Studies and Research and the Certificate Program in Native and Northern Education. Given in memory for his outstanding contribution to native and northern education. Two prizes...
Available to all incoming undergraduate and graduate students in a degree or diploma program in Music. Awarded on recommendation of the Department of Performance and the Department of Theory. Value: $2,000 each.
Award Criteria: FSJ student enrolled in UT studies majoring in science for both semesters high GPA enrolled full-time academic excellence in two science courses and a math course
The award is intended to encourage a disabled student or a student demonstrating an interest and ability in the problems of the disabled. Preference is given to a woman undertaking studies in the health sciences.
Scholarships totalling $2,700 have been endowed by C. Jane DeVitt in memory of her husband, C.A. Stuart DeVitt (B.A. 1937) for students specializing in Italian or Italian Studies. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies and,...
A $3,000 scholarship has been endowed by UMA Group Limited and the Province of British Columbia for a student entering the second year of a Master of Applied Science program in Civil Engineering. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Civil...
The award is made on the recommendation of the Department to an outstanding student entering second year Chemical Engineering.
A $2,100 scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student in Asian Studies. The scholarship is awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Asian Studies.
A $1,250 scholarship is offered by Hughes Condon Marler: Architects for a student in the Master of Architecture Program with preference for a students entering their final year who has demonstrated a strong understanding of architecture as it relates to its regional context at an...
The recipient is an outstanding student who has obtained a master's degree and is entering any PhD program. The recipient must show high academic performance and potential for significant contribution to the chosen field of study. Tenure is for one year and may commence in...
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).
This award of $1,750 is open to students registered in the penultimate or final year of Computer Science, Architecture and Planning or Engineering. The recipient must be a family member (son/daughter, spouse, grandchild, niece/nephew, brother/sister) of an engineering graduate and have achieved satisfactory academic standing....
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.
Criteria: -One award for a student enrolled in a certificate, diploma or apprentice program -Academic merit -Financial need -Native/Aboriginal (status and non-status Indian, Inuit and Métis)
Criteria: Three awards for: -Third semester -Academic achievement -Financial need -SAIT or community involvement -Preference given to SAIT alumnus or member of alumnus' immediate family Two awards for: -Financial need -Academic achievement may also be a consideration
Criteria: -Third semester -Interest in gaining a helicopter maintenance specialty Personifies the student life of Vaughn Killeen, with the following qualities: -Group leadership -Genuine willingness to help and work collaboratively with others in the classroom -Academic achievement -Financial need
AVAILABLE TO: An outstanding UCFV student enrolled in a vocational program. Student must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant. STIPULATIONS: The student will recommended on the basis of outstanding academic and practical performance.