Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering any year of undergraduate study majoring in Accounting in the School of Business following attendance at a secondary school in Hong Kong, Singapore, or China. Selection based on academic standing, demonstrated involvement in extra-curricular activities, and demonstrated financial need.
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.
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...
Awarded on the basis of high academic standing to a First Year student in the Materials Engineering program. Established by Air Liquide Canada Ltee in honour of Guy Savard and Robert Lee (B.Eng. 1947) to recognize their achievement in the invention of the submerged oxygen...
Established in 2001 through a generous bequest by Mildred Largie. Awarded by the Schulich School of Music Scholarships Committee to an outstanding student studying Piano. Estimated value: $1,000.
Two scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed Level III of a Materials Science and Engineering program who, in the judgment of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, demonstrate outstanding academic achievement.
A prize of $100 is awarded to a student enrolled in the Adult Special Education Program at the Penticton Campus of Okanagan College. Preference is given to a deserving student who has made significant progress in their studies. The recipient must be a permanent resident...
A $2,200 bursary has been endowed by Ian Mills, to assist a needy and deserving student in a program leading to a B.F.A. degree in the Studio Program.
The award is offered to a student in botany or biology, and is made on the recommendation of the Departments of Botany and Zoology. In the case of graduate students, the award is made in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
The bursary is given to a needy student entering third year in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
A $400 bursary is offered through a bequest by William Gordon Fleet for an undergraduate student in geography.
The award is offered to a graduate student in the field of orientation and mobility of the blind and visually impaired within the Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department and the Faculty of Education,...
One or more scholarships totalling $1,300 have been endowed by the UBC Alumni Association to assist students in the Native Indian Teacher Education Program. The awards are made on the recommendation of the NITEP program co-ordinators. Grades obtained in courses at NITEP field centres will...
The award is made to a student entering the penultimate or final year in Chemical Engineering. Consideration is given to the student's academic standing, character, and interest and promise in the field of engineering. The financial circumstances of the candidates may be considered. The award...
Eligibility: -Faculty of Arts applicant -Minimum average of 85% -Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person and Ontario resident -Demonstrated financial need and desire/motivation to attend university -Extracurricular activities and community involvement
A graduate scholarship in memory of Dr. Seaman Morley Scott will be awarded annually to a female graduate student who is a Canadian citizen who demonstrates high meritorious performance in her academic program.
A one semester award for a First Nations or Aboriginal graduate student who is entering or pursuing a graduate program (Master's or Doctoral) in any department at Simon Fraser University.
Awarded to individuals that exhibit community involvement and outstanding achievement in 4-H. Recipients must use the scholarship in the year in which it is awarded. Given on a regional 4-H basis.
This $3,000 award was introduced in 1996 by Jean Coutu to recognize a graduating New Brunswick Pharmacy student. The candidate must have attained good academic standing and contributed to undergraduate and community life.
AVAILABLE TO: The UCFV student with the highest GPA entering the second year of the Library and Information Technology program. CRITERIA: Student must have completed at least two LIBT courses.
Conditions: To be awarded annually on the basis of superior academic achievement to a student convocating from the School of Business with a Degree of Bachelor of Commerce with Specialization in Accounting.