This bursary is awarded to one (or more) undergraduate student(s) in the Music Department who has (have) shown artistic excellence in music (vocal, instrumental or other). Eligible recipients will have completed at least one year of study in their undergraduate programme at Dalhousie University. The value of the award is $2,500. Applicants will apply to the general online bursary programme as well as to the Department of Music Scholarships Committee. Deadline: October 31.
Selection is based on academic standing in secondary school and/ or post-secondary studies. Other factors may be taken into consideration such as participation in school activities, community involvement and demonstrated leadership qualities.
Value: $1,900. Recipient: a student, resident of Sudbury, who is entering the final year of a program in a professional school, has a min. 70% average in the previous academic year, is not in receipt of any other major awards and has financial need. If...
2 awards, $800 each; available to students in Hospitality Management; based on motivation, participation, financial need, and recommendation of Hospitality department. No application necessary. Funds issued in December.
Established in 2004 by Dr. Joy Harvie Maclaren, B.Sc. (Nutr.) 1944, LL.D. 2000, in recognition of her 60th anniversary of graduation from Macdonald. Awarded by the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Scholarships Committee to a distinguished student enrolled in the 2nd or 3rd year...
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...
To be awarded to the student entering Level IV of an Honours Program in Philosophy who, in the judgment of the Department of Philosophy, shows the most academic promise.
This award is available to a student entering the Home Support/Resident Care Attendant program at North Island College's Campbell River Campus. The recipient must have a demonstrated financial need and have successfully met the entrance requirements of the program.
A $1,600 scholarship has been endowed for a student who is a resident of British Columbia and is continuing undergraduate studies in the field of the humanities or social sciences. It is awarded to a student entering the third year with an outstanding academic record....
Awards totalling $1,800 have been endowed by family and friends in memory of Jamie Smith to enable undergraduate students in Zoology, Botany or Forestry who are studying ecology to attend field courses.
Scholarships totalling $3,500 are given to undergraduate or graduate Aboriginal students in Civil Engineering, Architecture and /or the School of Community and Regional Planning, with a preference for those in Civil Engineering. They are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Applied Science and,...
Bursaries totalling $2,900 are offered to students attending field schools in the Faculty of Forestry and, in particular, the interior field school (FRST 351) and the integrated field school (CONS 451) or both.
One or more fellowships to a total of $6,800 are open to students proceeding to advanced work in forestry. They are tenable for one year at the University of British Columbia, but may be renewed. If they are renewed for one or more years, the...
Prizes totalling $650 are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education, with preference to women who have achieved academic excellence as well as career success in the technology field.
Preference is given to a Commerce graduate student in organizational behaviour, and the award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
These awards valued at $250.00 each, are awarded to a full-time student graduating in each of the Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound and Radiological Technology programmes with highest cumulative GPA.
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement (not necessarily outstanding) -Interest in activities which contribute to the SAIT community -One award - Preference given to an Aboriginal applicant who meets the criteria
Criteria: -Financial need -Striving for excellence in food purchasing courses -Initiative -Hard-working attitude -Alberta resident -Canadian citizen
AVAILABLE TO: A student attending the University College of the Fraser Valley and enrolled in the Co-op Education program. STIPULATIONS: The applicant must have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Preference given to those that demonstrate community involvement and/or student leadership involvement.
AVAILABLE TO: A UCFV student who has completed the resident Care Attendant Program (one award for the Fall program and the other for the Winter program) STIPULATIONS: This award is presented to two students who have overcome significant challenges to successfully complete the program.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement in poultry-related courses (AN SC 322 and/or AN SC 471) and a demonstrated interest in poultry. A minimum GPA of 3.3 is required.