The award is made to an undergraduate student in Engineering who is a Canadian citizen and who has demonstrated strong qualities of leadership, combined with active participation in sports. In selecting the candidate, consideration will also be given to academic standing and financial need. The award is made by the Faculty of Applied Science in consultation with the Engineering Undergraduate Society.
These fellowships provide financial contributions that support the most promising recent doctoral graduates engaged in industrial research and development. Their objective is to: encourage excellent recent Ph.D. graduates in science and engineering to gain experience and seek careers in Canadian industry; promote awareness in Canadian...
Awarded by the Schulich School of Music Scholarships Committee on recommendation from the Department of Theory. Value: $1,500.
A variable number to be awarded to visa students entering Level I of any program.
A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed Level II in a program in Nursing who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing, demonstrate academic excellence and a commitment to the patient-nurse relationship.
3rd or 4th year Social Work Award. Aboriginal ancestry with highest GPA. No application.
The recipient will be selected based on: statement of personal and education goals 500 word essay on the 'Importance of Education' two letters of reference ' one of which is from a teacher
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 of $1,600 is awarded to the student in the Faculty of Medicine who completes the second year with the highest aggregate standing in the pre-clinical subjects.
Bursaries of $1,000 each totalling $44,000 have been endowed by the late Diana Ogilvy Irving. The awards are made to students in the Faculty of Law, who without financial assistance would have difficulty in pursuing their studies. Preference is given to native born British Columbians.
A prize of $250 is offered to the most promising undergraduate student in 17th-Century English literary studies, as at present covered by the courses English 349, 354 and 376.
The award is given to a Ph.D. student in the Sauder School of Business, with priority to a student in the Operations and Logistics Division. The award is made on the recommendation of the School in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
A one-semester award for a student pursuing a Master of Publishing degree. Application must be accompanied by a sample of professional, academic or business writing or a portfolio piece.
Preference given to candidate: -From Cactus Country, Newell, 40 Mile and Taber. -Leadership in 4-H -Participation in 4-H activities -Contribution to community -Academic performance -Financial need
Criteria: -Enrolled in any one of the following fields of study: Earth Sciences, Engineering, Commerce, Economics -Financial need -Academic achievement
Criteria: -Mentoring of other students -Involvement in volunteer activities -Academic achievement -Preference - disabled student
AVAILABLE TO: Students graduating with a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry major). STIPULATIONS: A chmistry major graduating with a high GPA and having participated significantly in Chemistry Department activities.
Conditions: Awarded annually to a student who is presently enrolled in or has successfully completed Grade 12 in a Francophone High School in a Province where the majority language is not French, and who plans to enter the first year of a degree program at...
Conditions: To be awarded annually to the student with the highest academic standing completing second year in a BSc program meeting AIA eligibility requirements.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student of first class standing proceeding into the second, third, or fourth year of honors or specialization chemistry who has the best average in the preceding year, and is not a recipient of a major award.
Conditions: Awarded to the graduating student with the highest composite mark in fixed and removable prosthodontics. Recipient will be selected on the basis of excellence in prosthetic dentistry and academic standing.