A prize of $350, a memorial to Tadeusz Halpert-Scanderbeg, long-time professor of Polish language and literature at the University of B.C., is offered for graduate work in the field of Polish studies. It is awarded to a deserving student on the recommendation of the Department of Slavonic Studies. Should there be no graduate candidate, the prize may be awarded to the most deserving student of Polish language, literature or history who will proceed to third or fourth year courses in this field.
Two scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed 60 units of the Kinesiology program and who, in the judgment of the Department of Kinesiology, best demonstrate the philosophy of physical education espoused by Professor Hill throughout her career, namely, excellence in scholarship and...
This scholarship, created by the Lazo Women's Institute, is available to a continuing full-time or part-time North Island College university studies student who has demonstrated academic excellence. The recipient can be male or female, must reside within School District #71 (Comox Valley), be a Canadian...
The award is offered to an undergraduate student in the Computer Science Program in the Faculty of Science.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine to a student entering third or fourth year with preference being given to a student demonstrating interest and aptitude in the area of cancer.
An $600 scholarship, the gift of John K. Campbell, is awarded to a student in the Faculty of Law who holds a degree in mining, metallurgy, geology or geological engineering, or other related resource discipline or has demonstrated an interest in the mining industry through...
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry to a graduating student who achieves high standing in operative dentistry and embodies attributes of professionalism.
A bequest from Perry Barr Hall provides one or more scholarships totalling $5,300. The awards are made to deserving students in the Faculty of Arts and are made on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty.
One or more scholarships for graduate students possessing high academic standing and a special aptitude for research and wishing to undertake postgraduate work in the field of British Columbian history.
To undergraduate and graduate students registered full time in the faculties of Science or Applied Sciences. Students will apply for these bursaries through Financial Assistance, and must include a letter of recommendation from the Office of the Dean of the major program.
Eligible candidates must have fulfilled or expect to fulfil the minimum requirement for entrance into the third year of an undergraduate programme in the Faculty of Engineering. This award is restricted to Atlantic Canadians. Deadline: April 30.
Criteria: -Minimum GPA of 3.00 -Leadership -Canadian citizen -Trojan men's volleyball player for the entire season
Criteria: -First, second or third semester or period of a certificate or diploma or apprenticeship program -Financial need
Criteria: -Third semester - Accounting major -Outstanding academic achievement in first and second semesters
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement (minimum GPA 3.00) -Preference given to a student who demonstrates SAIT community involvement
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement -Technical skill -Class involvement and related functions -Current member of ASSMT
Criteria: -Third semester - Radio option -Demonstrates sales and management aptitude in radio broadcasting -Leadership and entrepreneurial skills in the radio broadcasting industry
Criteria: -Third semester -Outstanding achievement
Criteria: -Financial need
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with satisfactory academic standing entering the fourth year of the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Bachelor of Science in Agricultural/Food Business Management or the Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Food Sciences degree...
Conditions: Awarded to students with the highest GPA in their second year of study enrolled in an Honors or Specialization program in Geology.