The prize is awarded to the student in the fourth year of the Real Estate option obtaining the highest standing in Commerce 434 (Real Estate Land Law). The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Commerce.
1 award, $500; available to Culinary Arts students continuing to the last level of the program, for professional promise, demonstrated culinary skills, scholastic work, financial need and extracurricular activities. Department nomination submitted in May of each year.
Established in 2003 by the Montreal/Quebec Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa for undergraduate students completing the second year of a degree program in the Faculty of Education. Awarded by the Faculty of Education's Committee on Student Affairs with a preference for Quebec residents involved in...
Established by family, McGill colleagues, friends and the University to honour the memory of an exceptional teacher and lecturer, Dr. Phyllis Shapiro, Dip.Ed.'56. Two awards, one for Elementary Education and one for Secondary Education. Granted by the Faculty of Education's Committee on Student Affairs to...
Award Criteria: FSJ student bursaries are awarded on basis of student effort, commitment to the student body and financial need scholarships are awarded on the basis of strong academic or vocational achievement and commitment to the student body
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
The graduating class of 1986 in French, English and History has endowed a bursary of $400 for a needy undergraduate student majoring in French, English or History.
One award is made to a visa student from the People's Republic of China who is pursuing post-baccalaureate studies and demonstrates outstanding academic achievement and promise. A second award is made to a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident of similar academic calibre. The awards are...
A $350 scholarship has been endowed by the Women's Canadian Club of Vancouver for a student entering the fourth year of the Bachelor of Science (Food, Nutrition & Health) Program, based on the recipient's general proficiency in the work of the third year program. The...
One or more bursaries totalling $6,100 have been endowed for needy undergraduate or graduate students who have made good academic progress in studies or research within the Department of Plant Science.
Scholarships totalling $5,000, offered from the School of Community and Regional Planning Student Development Fund, are made on the recommendation of the School in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
A bursary of $500 has been endowed by the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia. The award is made to a student in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences who has completed at least one year of study in the Faculty.
The scholarship is offered to an undergraduate student in the final year of Chemical and Biological Engineering, with preference given to those with an interest in applying engineering principles to human health concerns. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department.
One or more scholarships of $2000 are offered by the Faculty of Applied Science through the Daniel B. Quayle Landscape Architecture Endowment Fund to student(s) in the Master of Landscape Architecture program, with preference to students entering first year. The scholarship is awarded on the...
Recipients must be past or present Wetaskiwin 4-H District club members who were active for 3 years. The award is based on community involvement, leadership, communication skills and academic achievements.
Eligibility: Candidates must meet UNBC admission, enrollment and full-time attendance requirements in graduate studies. The bursaries will be awarded to candidates who are enrolled in a Graduate program specializing in the area of Natural Resources Management.
Teleglobe Canada, Canada's international telecommunicator, offers a prize of $500 to a top graduating student in the Department of Electrical Engineering. Award of the prize is based on academic excellence.
Criteria: -Second, third or fifth semester of a diploma or applied degree program -Demonstrated financial need -In the event of a tie preference will be given to a single parent with dependents living with them
Criteria: -Academic achievement -Successful completion of ENVS-402 and enrolled in ENVS-470 -Preference given to an Aboriginal applicant
Criteria: -One award for the highest academic achievement -One award for the highest academic achievement in cake decorating -Excellence through perseverance and commitment -Exceptional skills on a consistent basis in the theory and practice of cake decorating
AVAILABLE TO: A student entering the third or fourth year of the UCFV History degree program. STIPULATIONS: The recipient will have earned high marks in his/her studies in the UCFV History degree program and will have demonstrated the skills and attributes associated with an outstanding...