-Preference given to students with dependents living at home
1 award, $250; for high achievement upon graduation from the Culinary Arts program. Students must be planning to enter the BC Apprenticeship program. No application necessary. Funds issued at graduation.
1 bursary, $500; for financial need; available to Horticultural Technician students with dedication to the field. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by March 31.
Established in 2001 by Karin Hilker in honour of her late husband, along with friends of Dr. Brian C. Smith, M.Sc. 1979. Dr. Smith came to McGill as a post-graduate fellow in the Physics Department, having completed his Ph.D. in theoretical nuclear physics at McMaster...
Established in 2004 by Donald E. Meehan, LL.B. 1975. Awarded by the McGill Athletics Board Awards Committee to promote and facilitate the athletic, academic and public service achievements of student-athletes who are entering any undergraduate degree program and qualify to be members of the McGill...
Established in 2000 by the J.W. McConnell Foundation for outstanding students entering a full-time undergraduate degree in the McGill School of Environment. While academic standing is of primary importance, account will also be taken of qualities of leadership in community and school activities. Awarded by...
NRT 2nd year, all round performance. No application. Department selection.
A $500 award is available to a graduating student who is interested in pursuing CMA designation, has a final GPA in the top quartile of the graduating group and high marks in ACCT 252 and 253. The award will be in the form of a...
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.
The award is offered to an undergraduate medical student who excels in psychiatry and is made on the recommendation of the Department of Psychiatry.
The award of $1,300 is offered to a student entering first year Medicine at the University of British Columbia, with consideration not only of academic standing, but also of character, financial circumstances and the promise of success in a medical career.
The award is offered to a student in Museum Studies on the recommendation of the Department of Anthropology, in consultation with the Museum of Anthropology. In the case of a graduate student, the award is also made in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
The award is available to undergraduate students entering the final year of the Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree who have exhibited excellence in academics, athletics, and service in sport and recreation. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Human Kinetics.
A scholarship of $400 is awarded to the most deserving student in the third year of Civil Engineering and proceeding to the fourth year of that course.
Eligibility for these bursaries includes enrollment in a two or three-year college diploma program or a university degree program in hotel, food services, hospitality or dietetic field. High school students are not eligible for these bursaries. Applicants are scored on their scholastic ability, work experience...
Eligibility Available to a full-time student enrolled in the first or second year of the Gender Studies program, or to a visiting professor providing lectures in the Women's Studies program.
Criteria: -Third semester -Has been registered as a child, youth or adult member of any section of Scouting for more than two years -Current community involvement considered
Criteria: -Primary consideration based on highest GPA -Secondary consideration exceptional skills development, achievement and a desire to have an impact on the baking industry
Criteria: -Shows promise of becoming highly employable after graduation, through attitudes and application of skills -Canadian citizen -Financial need
Conditions: Awarded to the student making the best record in CHEM 361 and CHEM 363.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a graduating student on the basis of superior academic achievement in the area of Chinese Studies who intends to continue in an MA program in the same area of study at the University of Alberta.