Value $200. Awarded annually to a student graduating from the School of Industrial Design who has appropriately demonstrated the elements of good `Form-Giving? in their Major Studio project. The recipient will be selected by the Director of the School of Industrial Design. Established in 2003 by Brian Burns in Memory of Willem (Wim) Gilles, founder of the School of Industrial Design.
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.
1 award, $600; for full-time students who are Canadian Citizens and whose family resides in BC or Alberta, with a demonstrated commitment to community service and career or entrepreneurial activities. Preference to students related to employees of Cloverdale Paint. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards...
Awards, $500 each; in recognition of academic achievement in various programs for students entering second to fifth year at Malaspina University-College. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
1 award, $250; available to students from SD #71 (Comox Valley) who are continuing studies in horticulture or related programs, with a preference to students with an interest in heritage gardens. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by March 31. Funds issued in April.
Three scholarships, established in 1993 by a bequest from the estate of Gordon Alexander Murray, B.A. 1950. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee on the basis of academic merit. Value: minimum $1,500 each.
Endowed in 1989 by the late Clifford C.F. Wong, B.Arch. 1960, to recognize distinguished academic standing. Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering Scholarships Committee to a continuing student having completed at least one year in the Bachelor of Engineering program. Value: $1,500.
To be awarded to the student in a program in Social Work who submits an essay or report based on the student's field work experience that best addresses the need for innovative or non-traditional social work practice.
Awarded to the student with the highest Sessional Average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating session, who resides in the residence.
Award Criteria: FSJ student in ABE intent on upgrading their literacy skills to enable them to function confidently in business enrolled full-time
The scholarship is offered to an undergraduate student in the final year of Chemical and Biological Engineering, with preference given to those with an interest in applying engineering principles to human health concerns. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department.
A scholarship of $700 has been endowed through a bequest of John Neil McLeod. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine.
The award is made to a student entering first year Medicine, on the recommendation of the Faculty. The financial circumstances of the candidate may be a factor. Preference is given to students of Chinese descent.
The scholarship is awarded on the recommendation of the Department to a full-time student in the Music Education program who has demonstrated a special aptitude for vocal and choral music (the Changing Voice) and the teaching of the same.
One or more scholarships will be awarded to students in a graduate program in English.
Eligibility and Conditions: -The awards are open to students applying directly from high school (not more than 18 months after graduation), whom are Canadian citizens or have been granted permanent residence in Canada. -Students cannot have previously received a Fairfax award. -Students must have a...
Since 1999, The Shaw Group Limited has awarded annually a one-year scholarship for the student who achieves the highest GPA within Civil Engineering studies and who has completed the penultimate year in Civil engineering. To be eligible for the $2,500 award, a student must have...
Criteria: -Entering third semester -Academic achievement -Financial need -Preference given to former students of the Calgary Public Chinese School who are also involved in the community
Criteria: -First semester -Academic achievement based on high school prerequisite marks -Secondary consideration financial need
AVAILABLE TO: Any UCFV student enrolled in full-time studies in the 3rd year of a UCFV Bachelor's degree program. CRITERIA: 1. High academic achievement. 2. Strong evidence of outstanding student leadership and/or effective involvement in community service programs.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to graduands with superior academic achievement in the Honors program of the Faculty of Arts. Recipients will be students who maintain the highest GPA in the four years of their programs. One prize will be given in each of the...