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Scholarships & Awards

The School of Nursing offers a variety of awards, scholarships and bursaries to its students, many of whom rely on these to begin or continue their studies.

We are very grateful to the alumni and friends of the school who have supported our students. Without their generous support, our students would face significantly more challenges in attaining their nursing education.

Through students awards, talent, hard work and leadership are rewarded. Student awards also make a student's current studies more affordable and allow for a brighter future. It is our goal to increase the number of scholarships, awards and bursaries available to our students to ensure they have a bright future. If you would like more information on How to Create a Scholarship, please click here. If you are interested in Supporting a Current Scholarship, please click here.

There are four types of student awards and each is based on different criteria. You may be interested in supporting a specific type of award and for your convenience we have outlined them below.

Scholarships recognize the achievements of a student in an academic field. They can be presented to students who have attained excellence in a specifc nursing field, research discipline, or other achievements. Scholarships can be awarded at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Bursaries are created to ensure that students who are in financial need can gain access to higher education and training. The value of a bursary can have a significant impact on the lives of students who are struggling financially to pay tuition and other living expenses.

Awards are a wonderful way to celebrate the accomplishments of students who are excelling within the School of Nursing, the university or in the community. An award can recognize student attributes such as community service, leadership, or other special criteria.

Fellowships allow for the funding of graduate degree programs and ensure that students can continue to pursue their cutting-edge research. The ability to offer fellowships helps to attract the top students to the field of nursing studies.

For more information on how you can support student scholarships, please contact:

Darcy McMeekin
Development Officer
School of Nursing
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, NL
Canada A1C 5S7
mcmeekin@mun.ca
tel. (709) 777-8977
fax. (709) 777-7044

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