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.
Selection is based on academic standing in secondary school/post-secondary studies. Preference will be given to an applicant who is a graduate of a secondary school in School District #35 Langley.
Value: $1,000/ea. Recipients: students entering the upper-years of the Commerce program who intend to pursue, after graduation, the program by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario. Selection is based on demonstrated financial need, academic standing and Ontario residency (as defined by OSAP), and is...
Established in 2003 by George Lengvari, B.C.L. 1966. Awarded by the McGill Athletics Board Awards Committee to promote and facilitate the athletic achievements of student athletes who are entering any undergraduate degree program and qualify to be members of the McGill Basketball teams. Value: minimum...
To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in either ECON 3T03 (Economic Development: Agriculture and Population) or ECON 2F03 (Globalization and Economic Development) or, in exceptional circumstances, for work in a related...
Four prizes to be awarded to students with the highest Cumulative Average: (a) one to a full-time student in the three-level B.A. program in Psychology; (b) one to a student in a B.A. program in Psychology who has completed the program primarily on a part-time...
Pushor Mitchell Lawyers provides an annual award of $1,000 for a student enrolled in the Legal Administrative Assistant program at the Kelowna Campus of Okanagan College. The recipient must be a permanent resident of the Okanagan College region. Selection of the award recipient will be...
Award Criteria: student in the Land and Resource Management Program at Northern Lights College combines a strong academic standing (60%+) with an apparent interest in the fields of land acquisition, land administration and land science shows financial need
Award Criteria: financial need enrolled full-time in a vocational program
Bursaries totalling $1,300 have been endowed by Sean D. Messing (B.Sc.1994) for students in the Faculty of Science who are in need of financial assistance.
The prize is awarded to the student having the highest standing in BIOL 334/335 (Genetics), and is made on the recommendation of the Department of Botany.
A $1,900 scholarship is awarded to a graduate student in piano or a stringed instrument who intends to make the performing arts a career. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Music in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
CRITERIA -Secondary school student seeking admission into the first year of the Kinesiology and Health Science undergraduate program -High academic standing -Record of extra-curricular involvement -Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person, Ontario resident, demonstrated financial need
Under the will of the late Hyman Isaac Jacobson a bequest of $5,000 was given to the University to benefit the Humanities and Social Sciences. Application not required.
The scholarship is awarded to a student who is a permanent resident of New Brunswick and is entering the Master of Architecture programme. The recipient must demonstrate strong design ability with functional solutions, and an aptitude and knowledge in areas beyond design. The scholarship is...
A prize of $200 is to be awarded to an outstanding MA or PhD thesis on Canadian Literature.
Criteria: -Graduating student who has demonstrated a willingness to assist fellow classmates in their studies -Participation in the Students' Association and KVA Club activities
Criteria: -Professionalism -Empathy -Teamwork -Conscious effort to succeed in program -Financial need
Criteria: -Third semester -Financial need -From a rural community
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering third year of a program leading to a BSc in Human Ecology. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing during the first two years of study.
Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement in the Bachelor of Commerce program majoring in Human Resources. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement and demonstrated leadership through community and/or student involvement. Financial need may be considered.