Who Can Apply
College students in the first year of a minimum two-year culinary diploma program
Applicants must not have received any other Canadian Hospitality Foundation scholarships
Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents
Our highest awards are our prestige scholarships - 10 Chancellor's Scholarships, 5 Nortel Networks Scholarships of Excellence, 6 Richard Lewar Scholarships, 2 Cognos Scholarships, and Riordon Scholarship. For all prestige scholarships, you'll need an admission average of 90 percent or better - the selection committee...
Established by family, friends and associates in memory of the late Barbara Konarek, an educator for the Sudbury Board of Education and consultant in the field of Special Education and Early Childhood Education. Value: $650. Recipients: students entering the 3rd or 4th year of Social...
Awarded each year to a student with high achievement in the Principles of Animal Breeding course who has shown a particular interest in the genetic improvement of domestic animals. In selecting the winner, consideration will be given to high overall standing and performance in the...
Endowed in 1982 by the associates, friends and family of Mr. Cecil Vineberg to mark his 65th birthday and retirement as senior member of the firm of Ritcher, Usher and Vineberg, Chartered Accountants. It is open to accounting students entering the final year of the...
To be given on the recommendation of the String Area Committee to a Double Bass student. Value: $900.
To be awarded to a student who has completed at least 30 units beyond Level I of an Honours program with notable academic standing and has demonstrated a scholarly interest in some aspect of Asian languages, history or cultures, with preference being given to a...
To be awarded to the student who attains the highest standing in INQUIRY 1SS3.
This award is for a North Island College student entering the first year of nursing at the Comox Valley Campus. The recipient will have a demonstrated financial need.
A $500 award for a University Credit student who has a balanced lifestyle and is knowledgeable and committed to the protection of the environment and the efficient and safe use of electricity.
One or more bursaries totalling $1,100 have been endowed by the Law Class of 1950. The awards are made to a student or students entering the second or third year of studies in the Faculty of Law with preference given to third year students.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry to a student demonstrating excellence in geriatric dentistry.
A $300 prize is awarded to the third year dental student who is outstanding in clinical restorative dentistry.
Four scholarships of $1,200 each are made to the top-ranking students in third year Nursing. The awards are made on the recommendation of the School of Nursing
An $1,600 scholarship is awarded in consultation with the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration and the Faculty of Graduate Studies, to a student entering the M.B.A. or M.Sc.(Bus.Admin.) program.
A minimum of three scholarships are available each year to full time students pursuing studies towards the Master of Pest Management degree.
One award to recognize outstanding academic performance by a graduate student whose thesis research is related to the study of land-based transportation systems and their relationship to, and improvement of, the environment.
Criteria: -Any diploma or certificate program -Academic achievement -Alberta resident -Preference given to applicants of Filipino descent
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement -Not in receipt of another award -Financial need
Criteria: -One award for the student with the highest standing in the program -One award for the student with the highest standing in the first year of the program -Demonstrated exceptional standard of professionalism is also a consideration
Criteria: -One award to a student entering third semester with the highest lab mark in first and second semesters -One award to a student who has completed fourth semester and is the best student applying theory in lab