Two awards of $250 each are offered by the Nursing Undergraduate Society to graduating students of the May and November cohorts who are dedicated to the nursing profession and have strived to improve the social environment of UBC nursing students through volunteer activity. Candidates are nominated by their fellow students through the Scholarship Committee of the School of Nursing.
1 award, $275; available to full-time students in any program; based on GPA and a demonstrated history of community service. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by January 15. Funds issued in March.
Endowed in 1989 by the late Clifford C.F. Wong, B.Arch. (1960) to recognize distinguished academic standing. Awarded by the Faculty of Management Scholarships Committee to a continuing student having completed at least one year in the Bachelor of Commerce program. Value: $1,500.
Preference given to students specializing in the performance or history of Baroque and early music. Open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Established by Mrs. Maude Caley in memory of her husband who died December 24, 1980. Value: $600.
Established in 1966 by bequest of William L. Somerville, architect of the McMaster University buildings of 1930. Value: $800
To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in courses within the areas of monetary economics and financial institutions, and of public finance. Value: $100 for books
The Okanagan College Computer Science Department faculty has established an award fund to provide one or more annual awards of $300 for students enrolled in the first year of the Computer Information Systems program. Recipients will have completed a minimum of 12 credits during the...
Social Work student, above average grade point average, outstanding citizenship in the Social Work program, have completed SOCW 200A & B. No application. Department selection.
Through a donation to the Endowment Fund, these two organizations annually provide a bursary of $500 for a full time student in the Culinary Arts program. Along with a bursary application form, applicants must provide a copy of their Food Safe Level One certificate, and...
A $500 bursary is offered by the Credit Union Pioneers Memorial Fund through the Credit UnionFoundation of British Columbia to a First Nations Canadian student from the Province of British Columbia entering their first year in the Faculty of Law. The award is made on...
The bursary is to be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Law who is a Canadian citizen and is a resident of B.C. Academic record of the candidate will be a consideration.
A $275 bursary is offered to women teachers training specifically in the field of the instruction of children with learning disabilities.
A scholarship of $1,500 is awarded to an undergraduate student proceeding to the degree of B.A.Sc. Selection is based on (1) proficiency in studies, (2) enthusiasm, initiative and leadership, (3) health, and (4) financial need, the factors being given in order of importance. First preference...
The scholarship is offered to a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who is doing graduate research under the auspices of the UBC Wine Research Centre. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.
The award supports a student entering the graduate program in Women's Studies.
The Bruce and Dorothy Rosetti bequest provides five $1,000 scholarships to candidates who have fulfilled or expect to fulfil the minimum entrance requirements for year three in an undergraduate programme in the Faculties of Engineering & Computer Science. Application required. Deadline: April 30.
Eligible students are to be registered in the Junior or Senior Year of the Mining Engineering programme of the B.Eng. The applicant must be maintaining a passing average. The award is made on the basis of financial need. Although extenuating circumstances will be considered, a...
Criteria: -Third semester -GPA within the top 25% of the class -Leadership qualities
Criteria: -Third semester and fourth semester -Financial need -Academic achievement (average or better than average marks) -Hotel industry experience -Interest in further education
AVAILABLE TO: An outstanding UCFV Biology student. CRITERIA: Highest average marks in the best 3 courses of 1st year biology taken in the same school year as the award.
Conditions: Awarded annually to the graduating student who has shown the highest distinction in the Human Geography program. This award may be offered to a convocating student taking less than a full normal courseload.