University Scholarships

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Dalhousie
Emily Carr 
Huron University College
Kwantlen
Queens 
Ryerson University
SFU
Thompson Rivers University 
Trinity Western University
UBC 
UNBC
University of Alberta
University of Calgary    
University of Toronto
University of Waterloo
Waterloo Euclid Mathematics Contest
UVic
Western University
Wilfred Laurier
York University

Up-Coming Scholarships By Date:

Loran Scholarships Program Deadlines 2018-19:OCT 2 /18 – In-School deadline for sponsorship forms to be submitted to the school representative to be considered for nomination. (In-school sponsored deadlines may vary by school.  Students must check with their school’s scholarship committee for that school’s posted deadline)
Deadlines for application to be received by Loran:
-Sponsored Nomination Deadline OCT 17/18
-Direct Pool Deadline OCT 24/18
Loran Scholarships Program The Loran Awards program is open to graduating high school students. Renewable for up to four years, and valued at up to $100,000, it includes a matching tuition …waiver, an annual stipend of $10,000, access to funding and internships through a summer program, invitations to annual gatherings and forums, and one-on-one mentorship. Up to 34 Loran Scholars are selected each year and the award is tenable at any of their partner universities. Eligibility Criteria: Be in the graduating year of uninterrupted full-time studies in high school. Exceptions may be considered for those who have undertaken a gap year for academic pursuits or community service-based activities. Present a minimum cumulative average of 85%. Hold Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status. Must be 16 years of age or older as of September 1, 2019. Other Awards: Loran Finalist Award ($5,000 one-time award, 54 available) $5,000 one-time award offered to all finalists who attend national selections but are not selected as Loran Scholars. Tenable at any accredited public university in Canada. Loran Provincial Award ($2,000 one-time award, 50 available) $2,000 one-time award offered to top candidates chosen by regional and direct pool interview committees for use in any public Canadian university

 Instructions for all applicants: It is important that you see your school scholarship representative, if you wish to apply as a sponsored applicant. For complete details and instructions see website.  The application is entirely online. There is no need to mail anything. Complete the application at http://www.loranscholar.ca/becoming-a-scholar/

Note: If you do not receive sponsorship from your school, your application will automatically be considered in the direct pool. Sponsored candidates get a chance to participate in regional interviews. However, Loran Scholars are discovered and selected through both application pools.

Oct 10/18 – (In-School Deadline) – The University of Toronto National Book Award Book Award Program recognizes and rewards the very best Canadian secondary school students, regardless of which university those students choose to attend. These are students who demonstrate superior academic performance, original and creative thought, and exceptional achievement in a broad context. They excel in academic pursuits, demonstrate enthusiasm for intellectual exploration and have a strong involvement in the lives of their schools and communities. It is not necessary that the student intend to apply for admission to the University of Toronto.  Students must be a Canadian secondary school student intending to begin university the following year and be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected persons.  Award recipients receive a National Book Award recognizing their achievements, and as a symbol of their academic potential. It is a non-monetary award. The book will be presented to the student at their secondary school graduation ceremony at the end of the school year.  Students nominated for this award are invited to submit an application to the National Scholarship Program:  .  It is not necessary that the student intend to apply for admission to the University of Toronto. Award recipients receive a National Book Award recognizing their achievements, and as a symbol of their academic potential. It is a non-monetary award. The book will be presented to the student at their secondary school graduation ceremony at the end of the school year.  (Students nominated for this award are invited to submit an application to the National Scholarship Program:  http://www.future.utoronto.ca/content/national-scholarship-program.)  Please see your school scholarship representative or Career Advisor before the in-school deadline if you wish to be nominated. Schools must submit their nomination forms to UofT byOct 25/17.   See website for more details  http://future.utoronto.ca/content/national-book-award

Nov 1/18 – UofT National Scholarship Deadline – The National Scholarship covers tuition and incidental fees for four years, provides full residence support in first year, and includes an additional, renewable monetary award based on individual financial circumstances. The scholarship is tenable only at the University of Toronto. Finalists not designated as National Scholars receive Arbor Scholarships at a value of $7,500 in the first year and $1,500 per year for three additional years of undergraduate study. The scholarship is tenable only at the University of Toronto.  Students apply online.  Please see website for full eligibility details and how to apply:  http://www.future.utoronto.ca/content/national-scholarship-program.  (Students who’ve been nominated by their school for the UofT National Book Award, may indicate this on their application when applying)

Oct 30/18 – The Queen’s University Chancellor Scholarship In-School deadline – For school nomination consideration be sure to see your In-school Scholarship Representative and submit a request for nomination form by the in-school deadline.  Note, some schools may have different in-school deadlines.  In order to allow enough time to access the online Major Admission Award Application (MAA), Queen’s is strongly recommending out-of-province students apply to Queens via OUAC no later than Nov 20/18 to ensure you gain access to SOLUS to submit your MAA application.  For scholarship details and to see if you qualify, visit:  http://www.queensu.ca/studentawards/admission-awards/major-admission-awards

Dec 1/18 UBC Major Entrance Award Deadline – Early deadline to apply to the Winter Session (Sept 2019) if you wish to be considered for a Major Entrance Scholarship. All Canadian Citizens and permanent residents who apply by this date will be automatically considered.  A number of Major Entrance Scholarships and Centennial Scholars Entrance Awards are designated specifically for Aboriginal students.  Applicants can self-identify as Aobriginal in their UBC application. http://you.ubc.ca/financial-planning/scholarships-awards-canadian-students/.  Students who do not qualify for this scholarship will automatically be considered for regular entry deadline.

DEC 1/18 – UBC Centennial Scholars Entrance Award – Scholarship supports academically qualified students who show an interest in UBC but who would not otherwise be able to attend without significant financial assistance.  Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident entering your first undergraduate degree at UBC and demonstrate financial need.   Instructions to apply:  http://you.ubc.ca/financial-planning/scholarships-awards-canadian-students/entrance-award/                

DEC 1/18 USask Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships USask Admission Application Deadline (then *Dec 15/18 Scholarship application deadline)
Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships are USask’s highest valued, renewable entrance scholarships and are awarded based on academics, leadership and contributions to school and community life.  Five of these awards, known as the Circle of Honour Awards, are designated for Indigenous students.  To be considered, complete your application for admission by December 1, and fill out and submit the online application for Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships in PAWS by December 15.  More scholarship information at:  https://admissions.usask.ca/money/scholarships.php

DEC 1/17  University of Manitoba ~ BMO Financial Group Leader of Tomorrow scholarship If you are planning to attend the University of Manitoba in Sept. 2018,  Follow these steps to apply for the scholarship:1.Fill out the BMO Financial Group Leader of Tomorrow scholarship application (PDF). http://umanitoba.ca/student/fin_awards/media/LOT-StudentApplication1817Entry.pdf2.Submit the application and two complete sets of copies to Financial Aid and Awards before December 1, 20173.Complete application packages must be submitted in person or by mail. Do not submit portions of the application separately.4.Apply to the University of Manitoba by December 1, 2017 –  http://www.umanitoba.ca/applynow/

Candidates will require: BMO Financial Group Leader of Tomorrow Scholarships will be offered to students who: 1.  have achieved a high school average of at least 90 percent calculated on the basis of results in: ◦English 11◦Mathematics 11 (either pre-calculus 11 or Foundations of Math 11 only)◦the highest marks in three of Biology 11, Chemistry 11, Physics 11, History 11, Geography 11, Computer Science 11, or a language at the 11 level other than those accepted for English 11 above; 2.  have demonstrated evidence of leadership qualities and future potential;  3.  have demonstrated evidence of a high level of communication skills;  4.  have a record of community involvement (e.g., school, local community city-wide, regional, national, international);  5.   have demonstrated evidence of special abilities other than those shown by academic results (e.g., artistic, athletic, or linguistic skills, literary accomplishments);  6.  have completed a University of Manitoba application for admission by the December 1 deadline, including payment of application fee.  Recipients will be required to present a minimum 90% average based on those courses eligible for the University of Manitoba General Entrance Scholarships.  The award is valued at $16,000, with $4,000 every year for four years of study.   http://umanitoba.ca/

University of Victoria ~ School of Business ~ Black Press ScholarshipThe Black Press scholarship is exclusive to the Bachelor of Commerce program at UVic.   Black Press supports students who have graduated from a high school, and who have submitted an outstanding application to the BCom program, in addition to planning for a future career in business.  Priority is given to students entering the BCom program directly from Grade 12.  The scholarship application is by invitation only (If further considered, applicants will be invited to submit additional documents in early June).  Value: $5,000.  For more information, visit:   https://www.uvic.ca/gustavson/undergraduate/future/tuition/blackpress/index.php?utm_source=blackpress&utm_medium=print&utm_campaign=blackpress

DEC 1/17  University of Saskatchewan ~ Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships ‘eligibility’ deadline.  December 1 is the deadline to apply for admission to be eligible to apply for Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships, the University of Saskatchewan’s highest valued, renewable entrance scholarships valued up to $40,000.   These awards, which recognize academic excellence and community engagement, include five known as the Circle of Honour Awards, which are designated for Indigenous students.  How to apply:  By December 1, students must have applied for admission.  A new log-in ID and a temporary password to access the PAWS web portal will be emailed to you within two to three business days.  Log into PAWS and open the Scholarships and Bursaries channel to access the Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships application.  Applications for Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships must be submitted by December 15.   For more information, visit:   https://admissions.usask.ca/money/scholarships.php?utm_source=Counsellors&utm_campaign=eb5af66814-counsellorupdate_Nov2017&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_27a5b0eea0-eb5af66814-62160529#GuaranteedEntranceScholarships

DEC 10/18 (noon) – Schulich Leader Scholarships In-school nomination deadline. ((In-school sponsored deadlines may vary by school. Students must check with their school’s scholarship committee for that school’s posted deadline). Schulich Leader Scholarships are entrance scholarships awarded to high school graduates enrolling in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM)programs at one of the 20 Canadian partner universities. In order to become aSchulich Leader and receive the scholarship, you must first be selected/nominated by your high school as the Schulich Leader Nominee. Only one student is selected per school.  Awards ~ 25 at $100,000 for engineering ~ 25 at $80,000 for science, technology or mathematics.  Eligibility Criteria • Graduate from high school in the 2018/2019 academic year • Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident • Be entrepreneurial-minded and plan to enroll in STEM at one of the partner universities • Meet at least two of the following criteria: ◦ Academic excellence ◦ Leadership (community, business or entrepreneurial) ◦ Financial need • Not planning a career as a medical practitioner. For more details visit, http://www.schulichleaders.com/frequently-asked-questions

Questions regarding the nomination process at your school, see your Career Advisor or School Scholarship Representative.​

Dec 15/18 – University of Calgary Prestige Awards Deadline to Apply – Awards available to students entering the first year of an undergraduate degree program who will be admitted on the basis of their high school grades. Students must be entering the fall term at the University of Calgary.   Students who submit an awards application by the early deadline of December 15, 2018 are considered for all High School Awards INCLUDING the Prestige Awards (Chancellor’s Club Scholarships, Seymour Schulich Academic Excellence Scholarships, Seymour Schulich Community Service/Entrepreneurial Awards, Ena Lee Leader in Business and Leader in Health Sciences Scholarships). Students who wish to be considered for the Chancellor’s Club Scholarships must have their referee submit the Chancellor’s Club Reference form by January 15, 2019. Students who wish to be considered for the Leader in Health Sciences Scholarships must submit their BHSc Supplementary Admission application directly to the Cumming School of Medicine by their deadline.   More information at the Financial Aid and Awards website:  https://www.ucalgary.ca/registrar/finances/awards .    Specific award details and the application process visit:   https://www.ucalgary.ca/registrar/finances/awards/prestige

Jan 10/18 – Western University National Scholarship Program In-school Nomination Deadline – Scholarships are designed to recognize all-round excellence. They are awarded on the basis of outstanding academic performance to candidates who demonstrate ability for creative and innovative thought and a passion for the pursuit of learning. National Scholarships also recognize exceptional achievement in extracurricular activities such as the arts and athletics. A special emphasis is placed on a candidate’s commitment to community service through ongoing contributions to school and community life. With the exception of the International President’s Entrance Scholarship applicants, National Scholarship applicants must be Canadian Citizens or a Permanent Resident of Canada. All applicants must have obtained a minimum overall academic average of 90% on all Grade 12U/M courses (or equivalent). National Scholarships are available only at Western’s main campus and Faculty Entrance Scholarships are available only within the faculty for which the scholarship has been awarded. Students must make an admission application to  Western University (main campus) to be considered for these scholarships and must register as a full-time student. International Baccalaureate and CEGEP students are eligible for consideration. The Beryl Ivey Continuing Entrance Award has a financial need component. A supplemental application in addition to the National Scholarship application is required for students to be considered.  (Students in receipt of a National Scholarship or a Schulich Leader Scholarship are not eligible to receive a Western Admission Scholarship)  Note that in order to be considered for these scholarships a school nomination is required.  Please visit website for further details and how to apply:  http://registrar.uwo.ca/student_finances/scholarships_awards/national_scholarship_program.html

The awards are as follows: 

President’s Entrance Scholarships5 at $65,000 ($20,000 for year one, $15,000 annually for years two to four) and;

Up to 15 at $50,000 ($10,000 annually, plus $10,000 towards first year residence)

Beryl Ivey Continuing Entrance Award  –ONE at $64,000; payable $16,000 per academic year for a period of four years.

International President’s Entrance Scholarships

3 at $50,000 ($10,000 annually, plus $10,000 towards first year residence costs)

Faculty Entrance ScholarshipsUp to 15 at $30,000 ($6,000 annually, plus $6,000 towards first year residence)

National Scholarship Study Abroad AwardsUp to 39 at $2,500 for up to 4 months (one term), $5,000 for over 4 months (more than one term)

National Merit AwardsThose students who are interviewed for a National Scholarship but not offered a National Scholarship or a Schulich Leader Scholarship and accepting an offer of admission to main campus will receive a one-year National Merit Award valued at $2,000. Recipients will also retain eligibility for an Admission Scholarship ranging in value from $1,000 to $10,000.

Jan 15/18 – SFU Entrance Scholarships Deadline to Apply – Open to current high school student who demonstrates excellence in academic and extracurricular activities.  It is available to both domestic and international students admitted for the fall term to any undergraduate degree.  Academic requirements: 90% admission average (or 31 IB points).  Value: From $10,000 up to an amount sufficient to cover tuition and fees.  Students must submit an application to SFU before applying to the entrance scholarship competition  For students applying to Beedie School of Business, your complete and eligible entrance scholarship application can be used in lieu of the supplemental application for admission to the Beedie School of Business.  The complete and eligible entrance scholarship application will be forwarded to the Beedie School of Business.  Deadline to submit your application is Jan 15/18. Supporting documents, Feb 15/18.  Visit website for more details and how to apply:  http://www.sfu.ca/students/financialaid/entrance/highschool.html

JAN15/18  University of King’s College Major Entrance Awards – See website for Major Entrance Scholarship opportunities, specific forms and details on how to apply:  https://ukings.ca/admissions/finances/scholarships/new-student-scholarships/undergraduate-scholarships/

*Important Note:  MAR 1/18 University of King’s College General Entrance Scholarships deadline For automatic consideration for General Entrance scholarships, apply to University of King’s College by MAR 1/18.  https://ukings.ca/admissions/finances/scholarships/new-student-scholarships/undergraduate-scholarships/ 

 

JAN 15/17 – UBC International Major Entrance Scholarship – Each year, International Major Entrance Scholarships (IMES) are awarded to exceptional international students entering undergraduate programs at UBC. Students receive their scholarships when they enter their first year at UBC, and the scholarships are renewable for up to three additional years of study. The scholarship totals up to $40,000 CAD, payable at up to $10,000 CAD per year for four years. The exact number and level of scholarships varies each year, depending on available funding. To be considered for the IMES, you must be a new student to UBC, entering directly from secondary school, be an international student who will be studying at UBC on a Canadian study permit (student visa). (Changes to your citizenship status will affect your IMES eligibility.) Demonstrate exceptional academic achievement, intellectual promise, as well as impressive extracurricular and community involvement and apply to UBC by January 15.   

JAN 15/17 – UBC Outstanding International Student Award – The Outstanding International Student (OIS) Award is a one-time merit-based entrance scholarship awarded to qualified students when they are offered admission to UBC. Grades and the Personal Profile are reviewed for consideration for the award. OIS amounts range from $2,500 to $10,000 CAD. To be considered for an OIS Award, you must be new to UBC, entering directly from secondary school or post-secondary (university or college), be an international student studying at UBC on a Canadian study permit (student visa). (Changes to your citizenship status will affect your scholarship eligibility.) Demonstrate outstanding academic achievement and strong extra-curricular involvement and apply to UBC by January 15

All international students are automatically considered for the OIS and/or IMES as soon as they have received an offer of admission to UBC. After you have received an offer of admission, your UBC application will be reviewed a second time – for OIS and IMES consideration. If you are selected for an award, you will be notified no more than three weeks after being offered admission to UBC. See website for details: http://you.ubc.ca/financial-planning/scholarships-awards-international-students/

JAN 25/19  University of Guelph Scholarship Awards Deadline – The University of Guelph offers 12 scholarships valued at $42,000 each and includes a research assistantship position and mentorship by one of Guelph’s leading professors. These scholarships reward top students from across the nation and recognize academic excellence , innovation, community and school engagement and leadership. President’s Scholarship x 8, Lincoln Alexander Scholarship x 2, Chancellor’s Scholarships x 2. Students apply directly online.  For details:  admission.uoguelph.ca/topscholarships

JAN 31/17 – In-school deadline –  Western University Scholarships.  Each school may nominate 4 students to the Western University’s National Scholarship program (ranging from $2500 to $65,000). The process involves:  • On-line National Scholarship Application   • School Nomination  • Essay  • Transcript (to be provided by school) and Reference Letter (from school)  For more info see: http://www.registrar.uwo.ca/student_finances/scholarships_awards/national_scholarship_program.html

Jan 31/17 – SFU’s Major Entrance Scholarship (MES) Competition Deadline – MES recognizes outstanding Canadian and international students entering university from secondary school. Decisions are based on a combination of a student’s exceptional academic performance as well as their commitment to school and community service, leadership, volunteer activity, the arts, or athletics. To be eligible, applicants must have a minimum admissions average of 90% for the Faculty they have applied to (not rounded up) and IB diploma applicants must have a minimum of 31 IB points. To improve accessibility for both applicants and referees, SFU made some changes to the Major Entrance Scholarship application. Students must have applied for admission and received an SFU student number to access the scholarship application. As well, students now have the ability to save their application and come back to it before submitting it. For details visit: https://www.sfu.ca/students/financialaid/entrance/canadianhs/es-appreq.html

(Note:  Beedie School of Business Applicants: Your complete and eligible MES application can be used in lieu of the Supplemental broad based application for admission to the Beedie School of Business. Complete and eligible MES applications will be forwarded to the Beedie School of Business.)

Feb 14/18 – University of Waterloo Canadian Computing Competition – Students interested in computer science or software engineering and those who enjoy solving challenging problems using the computer are recommended to prepare and participate in the Canadian computing competition. University of Waterloo’s Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) develops and administers many internationally recognized contests to help to inspire the next generation of students to develop an interest in and love for mathematics and computer science. Interested students should ask their math teachers about these contests. For details, check http://www.cemc.uwaterloo.ca/contests/computing.html

Feb 15/18-May 1/18UVic Entrance Scholarship Based on Admission Average and Other Criteria On-line Application Open (application required) – UVic Offers two main types of centrally-administered entrance scholarships for students entering a full-time undergraduate degree program: Entrance Scholarships Based on Admission Average (no application required see website for details) and Entrance Scholarships Based on Admission Average and Other Criteria (application required). Students must have an offer of admission in order to receive a scholarship offer and must register and maintain enrolment as a full-time student and complete the online scholarship application between February 15 – May 01.  To be eligible for the online entrance/transfer scholarships students must normally, be entering UVic directly from a Canadian secondary school, including international students who are completing a Canadian secondary diploma.  Be a Canadian citizen studying grade 12 outside of Canada.  Be a secondary school graduate – entering UVic within two years of graduation and have not attended another post-secondary institution.  Have an 85% admission average or 32 IB points (secondary school students).  See website for how to apply to scholarships:  https://www.uvic.ca/registrar/safa/entrance-scholarships/

March 1/18 – Bishop’s University Application Deadline to be considered for Scholarships –  Students are automatically considered for Bishop’s competitive academic scholarships if you apply to the university before March 1st. These scholarships range from $500 to $20,000. BU awards and bursaries, ranging from $800 to $8,000, require a separate online application. These awards take into consideration a variety of factors: extracurriculars, leadership, financial need, program of study, and more. For Canadian residents, Bishop’s offer the Chancellor’s Excellence Scholarship, valued at $10,000 renewable over an additional 3 years for a total award of $40,000. Visit the Scholarships, Awards, and Bursaries page for additional details.  http://www.ubishops.ca/future-current-students/money-matters/scholarships-awards-bursaries/

Mar 1/18 – University of Calgary Competitive High School Awards and Bursaries (additional application required) Deadline- Multiple awards and bursaries available; valued at $500 to $8,000

Mar 1/18 – University of Calgary Automatic Entrance Awards (no additional application required) Deadline

  • President’s Admission Scholarship – applicants whose admission average is 95.0% or higher will receive $5,000
  • International Baccalaureate awards – 20 awards valued at $3,500 each for students entering UCalgary who’ve completed the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program with a minimum score of 35
  • International student awards – two awards valued at $15,000 that are renewable for three years, and up to 30 additional awards valued at $10,000

Visit the Office of the Registrar website for more information on High School Awards at http://www.ucalgary.ca/registrar/finances/awards/entrance/high-school

Mar 3/17 – Triumf High School Fellowship In-school Deadline –  The Fellowship offers an opportunity to BC secondary school graduates who have a passionate interest in science to experience a real-life research environment at TRIUMF.  The fellowship includes a six-week summer work term at TRIUMF, typically in July and early August, and a $3,000 award that is disbursed upon completion of the work term.  Students must be graduating from a BC secondary school and be entering the first undergraduate year in the year of nomination, within the science, engineering or mathematics at a recognized post-secondary institution anywhere in the world. The student must have completed both Physics 11 and 12 (or Physics B Advanced Placement) upon graduation; and chemistry is also recommended.  The student must be nominated by their school and they require a minimum of two personal references.  Each school can nominate 2 students (more with permission).   (Each school may have a different deadline/process for nomination – please contact  your school’s career center or scholarship rep for details.)  All parts of the nomination, application and references must arrive in electronic format at TRIUMF by Monday, April 3/17.  Winners will be announced in May.  Application form and submission details can be found at:    http://www.triumf.ca/home/for-students/high-school-programs/high-school-fellowship

MAR 12/18  TRIUMF YES! Fellowship Program In-School Deadline – *Note: School Nomination and a minimum of two references are required. See the TRIUMF website and your in-school Scholarship Representative for complete details, asap. (Schools may nominate 2 for each award, 2 for the TRIUMF Physics, 2 for the Engineering and 2 for Life Sciences)  The Young Engineers and Scientists (YES) Fellowship offers an opportunity to BC secondary school graduates who have a passionate interest in science to experience a real-life research environment. Cosponsored by TRIUMF and LifeSciences BC (LSBC), the fellowship includes a six-week summer work term, typically in July and early August, and a $3,000 award that is disbursed upon completion of the work term.  The Fellowship is intended to show students who are interested in pursuing a career in science what life in a real research laboratory is like.  The Fellowship will include interaction with staff scientists and graduate students, participation in group meetings and access to weekly seminars  and occasional workshops. Students will learn new skills by being assigned to specific projects with one of the research teams at TRIUMF or LSBC-affiliated institutions.  TRIUMF and LifeSciences BC each offer three or more fellowships annually to students who are graduating from a BC secondary school and will enter  undergraduate studies in the year of nomination, within the sciences, engineering or mathematics at a recognized post-secondary institution  anywhere in the world. The TRIUMF fellowships are aimed at students interested in a research career in the physical sciences (e.g.  nuclear physics) and engineering, whereas the LSBC fellowships focus on students interested in life sciences research (e.g. genomics).  Students interested in the TRIUMF Fellowship must have completed both Math and Physics 11 and 12 and the students interested in LSBC Fellowship must have completed one of Chemistry, Biology or Physics 12.  Subject to the eligibility requirements laid out, students can apply to either the TRIUMF or LSBC fellowships.  One of the TRIUMF fellowships will be the CSSE C. Gordon Memorial award and will be offered to one student interested in engineering.  For details visit:  http://www.triumf.ca/academic-programs/awards-fellowships/yes-fellowship

March 15/19 – University of Calgary Competitive High School Awards & Bursaries Deadline (excludes Prestige Awards).  Students who submit an awards application between December 16, 2018 and March 1, 2019 are considered for all High School Awards EXCLUDING the Prestige Awards. Students who submit the High School Awards application by the final awards application deadline must submit any other required documentation by March 15, 2019.  More information at the Financial Aid and Awards website:  https://www.ucalgary.ca/registrar/finances/awards . For specific award details and the application process visit:  https://www.ucalgary.ca/registrar/finances/awards/entrance

MAR 31/18  Capilano University Entrance Awards CapU Entrance Awards recognize and support excellence in scholastic, athletic, and artistic achievement; financial need; and demonstrated commitment to community involvement and leadership endeavours of new Capilano University students.  Step 1 Apply to CapU.   Step 2 Fill out application for entrance awards online. Step 3 Submit supporting documents to the Financial Aid & Awards office. For complete details visit: http://capilanou.ca/entrance-awards/ 

March 31/18UVic Entrance Scholarship Based Admission Average Deadline to Self-report Grades (no application required) – UVic Offers two main types of centrally-administered entrance scholarships for students entering a full-time undergraduate degree program: Entrance Scholarships Based on Admission Average (no application required) and Entrance Scholarships Based on Admission Average and Other Criteria (application required – see website for details).    Students must have an offer of admission in order to receive a scholarship offer and must register and maintain enrolment as a full-time student.  To be automatically considered for an entrance scholarship based on admission average a current Grade 12 Canadian secondary students, including international students completing a Canadian secondary school diploma and students who are an accelerated entry,  MUST self-report their grade 12 marks by March 31. Students completing an International Baccalaureate Diploma can also self-report their IB marks. Students must have either an 85% admission average or a minimum of 32 IB points.  See website for how to apply to scholarships:  https://www.uvic.ca/registrar/safa/entrance-scholarships/

APR 11/17 – Kwantlen Entrance Scholarships and Awards Deadline – Students who are being admitted to KPU for the first time in the Fall 2017 or Spring 2018 are invited to apply for entrance scholarships and awards. KPU offers two types:

1.  KPU Major Entrance Scholarships which are:  The President’s Scholarship ($20,000) – The Merit Scholarship ($5,000) – The Aboriginal Entrance Scholarship ($5,000)
2.  Donor-Funded Entrance Awards **not available for Spring 2018** –  Awards range in value from $1,000 to $3,000.  Only one online application is required to be completed in order to be considered.  Students must have a valid KPU Student ID number in order to access the application through their myKwantlen account.  For detailed scholarship instructions and how to submit an application, visit:  http://www.kpu.ca/awards/entrance-scholarship

Apr 11/18 – University of Waterloo Euclid Mathematics Contest – High School students intending to enroll in mathematics, computer science, engineering, or science programs are strongly recommended to prepare for and write the Euclid Mathematics Contest. It has been found that performance on senior mathematics contests correlates well with grades in first year.  The Euclid Contest score, along with school grades and the Admission Information Form, is used to award Entrance scholarships. For details, visit http://www.cemc.uwaterloo.ca/contests/euclid.html

April 30/18 – SFU Other Scholarships & Entrance Awards & Bursaries Deadline to Apply – A variety of other scholarships and entrance bursaries are available. Please see website for complete instructions and how to apply: http://www.sfu.ca/students/financialaid/entrance/highschool.html.
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