The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Classical, Near Eastern & Religious Studies, to a student with a concentration on Hinduism.
1 award, $100; available to full time ABE students attending Powell River Campus, who are highly motivated and have excellent attendance. No application necessary. Funds issued in June.
1 award, $500; for academic achievement, demonstrated leadership and promise in the field; available to students in the Carpentry & Residential Construction program. No application necessary. Funds issued at graduation.
Established to recognize the contributions of the founding members of the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Value: $500 (normally). Recipient: a full-time student enrolled in the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of the Physics or Biomedical Physics undergraduate program, on the basis of financial need...
Established by the Sudbury Regional Hospital Volunteer Association Board of Directors. Value: $1,000. Recipient: a student who has successfully completed the 1st year of studies at university or college, in the field of health. The award is given in two instalments: one at the beginning...
Established by Kerr Addison Mines Ltd. in memory of William S. Row, a graduate in Mining Engineering (1927). Mr. Row spent most of his working life with Kerr Addison, one of Canada's major gold producers. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Mining, Metals...
Award Criteria: Fort St. John student enrolled in a creative writing course demonstrates academic excellence
Bursaries totalling $1,000 have been endowed by the late Philip McLaughlin Dowling, in memory of his sister Doris M. Dowling. The awards are available to students in the sciences including, but not limited to such programs as Pharmacy, Nursing, Rehabilitation Sciences, Forestry, Engineering and Agriculture.
Bursaries totalling $3,200 are provided to assist students entering the second, third and fourth year of Pharmacy.
The prize is awarded to a student in the graduating year who has taken a dietetics major, has high academic standing, and has shown potential for success. Candidates should indicate an intention of continued practice in the field of dietetics. The award is made on...
The award is offered to a student who achieves high academic standing in Contract Law (Law 209) and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law.
This bursary is awarded to a student entering the third year of Geological Engineering (B.A.Sc.). In order to be considered, applicants must be Canadian citizens.
Bursaries totalling $2,400 are made to female students of good academic standing entering their third year with a major in English literature. Preference is given to Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents.
A $500 award is offered by the British Columbia Dental Association to a well-rounded student member of the Association who is entering the second year of the D.M.D. program, exhibits potential for a distinguished career in the dental profession, and has demonstrated outstanding qualities in...
A $750 scholarship is offered to a student proceeding to the Master's degree in Nursing. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Nursing.
The awardee will be the student, in second year in the College of Arts and Science at Dalhousie University, who stood highest in a class load of at least five full classes (or equivalent). Application not required.
Criteria: -For international students -One award based on academic achievement (highest GPA from first and second semesters) -One award based on outstanding leadership demonstrated to other SAIT students, initiative in supporting SAIT programs, and/or contributions to awareness of international education at SAIT. -Essay required
Criteria: -Successfully completed semesters one to four -Demonstrated commitment to culinary excellence
Criteria: -Academic achievement -Highest mark in TV proposal -Best operational as well as technical model -Financial need -Canadian citizen
Criteria: -Highest marks in Suspension and Steering Systems Theory and Lab -Canadian citizen
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement in the Faculty of Arts majoring in Economics. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic standing in Economics 213 (An Introduction to the Economics of Developing Countries).