The AARNL Education and Research Trust has established a scholarship and bursary program for students enrolled in a Bachelor of Nursing Program at Newfoundland and Labrador School of Nursing, and for Registered Nurses pursuing continuing education at the baccalaureate, master and doctorate levels. The awards range in value from $500 to $2000. Information and application forms may be obtained from the Education and Research Trust website www.arnnl.ca or by contacting the Trust at email@example.com. The deadline for application is October 15.
Two $5,000 scholarships sponsored by Baxter Corporation, are awarded annually, and are administered by the Association of Indian and Inuit Nurses of Canada. The aim of the scholarships is to encourage nurses of Indian and Inuit ancestry who intend to serve in the Northwest Territories or Yukon, by helping them obtain the specialized knowledge they will require.
Consideration will be given to applicants of Indian and Inuit ancestry who intend to serve in the North, including:
Students who are graduating from a registered nurses' course and are accepted into one of the following specialized training programs:
community health nursing,
Graduate nurses already serving in isolated communities, who are accepted into one of the specialized training programs listed above;
Those who are or will be enrolled in a Bachelor level nursing program.
The successful applicant must provide documentation of his/her efforts to secure employment in isolated northern native communities.
Completed applications must be received by the President of the Indian and Inuit Nursing of Canada by July 1 each year. Successful candidates will be notified by August 1. Further information may be obtained by writing to President Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada, 55 Murray Street, 3rd Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 5M3 or by telephone to (613)230-1864 or by f ax: to (613)230-1542.
This fund has been established at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland, in memory of Patricia Blackburn and her grandson Erik Blackburn. The annual income is to be used at the discretion of the Vice-President (Grenfell Campus) to facilitate or improve the educational opportunities of deserving young people from rural Newfoundland & Labrador. The fund will assist one or more promising students who would otherwise be unable to attend or to continue university.
This prize of $200.00 is to be used for the purchase of Medical books. It is to be awarded to a first-year medical student on the basis of academic performance as well as the interests and the needs of the student. Works on Pharmacology and Therapeutics will ordinarily be included in the books selected. The award is made by the Dean of Medicine's Advisory Committee on Awards, Bursaries and Scholarships.
The Calder Scholarship, valued at $500.00 has been created by the Town of Burgeo to honour Drs. Mike and Ann Calder for their combined sixty years of service to the town. It will be awarded annually to a student who has graduated from a school in Burgeo, who is enrolled in a post-secondary program of studies which leads to a career in the health care field. Students must apply, prior to November 30, on an application form provided by the Town of Burgeo. Students in any year of their programs may apply.
Selected students may qualify for financial assistance through these Canadian Armed Forces University Training Plans: the Regular Officer Training Plan (ROTP); the Regular Officer Training Plan (ROTP-Coop, M.U.N. only); the Dental Officer Training Plan (DOTP); the Medical Officer Training Plan (MOTP); and the Reserve Entry Scheme-Officers (RESOP). Full details may be obtained in writing from The Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre, Government of Canada Building, 354 Water Street, St. John's, NL, A1C 1C4 or The Canadian Forces Recruiting Detachment, Herald Towers Building, Suite 407, 4 Herald Avenue, Corner Brook, NL, A2H 4B4.
Canadian Federation of University Women (Saint John, NB) Jean Flemming Memorial Scholarship for Mature Students -$1,500
The Canadian Federation of University Women – Saint John offers this scholarship to a mature female student pursuing degree studies at a Canadian university. Eligible candidates must be over 24 years of age, a resident of the greater Saint John area, and have completed a minimum of 30 credit hours – equivalent of one full year of study. The priority considerations in awarding the scholarship are academic merit and financial need. Preference will be given to those pursuing a degree on a full-time basis or who agree to register on a full time basis on receipt of the scholarship.
Sancella/CGNA Nursing Scholarship - 2 awards of $1000.00. The purpose is to provide support to outstanding Registered Nurses undergoing further education in either an undergraduate nursing degree program, or a post graduate degree program that is relevant to career development in the field of Gerontological Nursing.
The candidate must:
- - Be a member of the Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association.
- - Be registered to practise nursing in a Canadian Province.
- - Have gained acceptance to a suitable full-time program in a recognized educational institution at the time of taking up the award.
- - Exhibit interest in and potential for, a career in Gerontological nursing in Canada.
- - Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident at the time of taking up the award.
The scholarship is administered by the CGNA and further information regarding criteria can be obtained by writing to CGNA, c/o Nancy Bol, Parkwood Hospital, 801 Commissioners Rd. E., London, Ontario N6C 5J1.
A sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) will be awarded to a full time student in second year of a science or survey program at a bona fide university or a technological college in Canada. The award is intended to assist a deserving student in financing his/her education in a field related to survey sciences. The award will be made annually to the student judged the most deserving based on the information contained in the applications received. The applications are available from the Canadian Hydrographic Association, Institute of Ocean Sciences, 9860 West Saanich Road, Sidney, B.C. B8L 4B2, Attention: Barry M. Lusk. C.L.S.
From funds provided by the Christmas Seal Campaign, fellowships and research grants are awarded by the Canadian Lung Association on recommendations from the Canadian Thoracic Society, Canadian Nurses' Respiratory Society, and Physiotherapy Section.
Through the Canadian Thoracic Society, fellowships are awarded to physicians or to those holding doctorate degrees in the health sciences for periods of research training in the area of respiratory disease.
Through the Canadian Nurses' Respiratory Society, fellowships and research grants are awarded in the area of respiratory nursing at the Master's or post-Master's level.
The Physiotherapy Section of the Canadian Lung Association offers fellowships to physiotherapists pursuing post-graduate training, with respiratory research as the major component.
Information and application forms may be obtained in writing to Canadian Lung Association, 75 Albert Street, Suite 908, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 5E7.
Scholarships and fellowships are awarded to nurses pursuing education at the baccalaureate, master and doctoral levels. In addition to non-specific studies, awards are available for specific area of practice such as northern nursing, occupational health, dialysis nursing, neurological nursing, oncology nursing, community health, gerontology nursing, pediatric nursing and nursing administration. Applicants must be members of CNA and CNF, be Canadian citizens and agree to work in Canada for a period of one year for each year of financial assistance. Application forms are available from their website cnf-fiic.ca/ or in writing to Canadian Nurses Foundation, 50 Driveway, Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1E2 or by telephone to (613)237-2133 or by fax to (613)237-3520.
This grant is available to female students pursuing a course of studies leading to a career of service to people who are in their final year of a four year undergraduate program. Further information may be obtained in writing to Soroptimist Foundation of Canada, c/o Doreen Dodd, St. Paul's College, Westmount Rd., N., Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G5.
CUPE Local 1615 offers five scholarships annually valued at $500 each. The scholarships are available to students entering or already in a program of study at Memorial University of Newfoundland or a two-year program at any other recognized institution in St. John's or Corner Brook, who are children of CUPE Local 1615 members. The scholarships are awarded by the CUPE Scholarship Committee on the basis of academic ability only. Application forms are available from the CUPE Local 1615 Scholarship Committee.
The national meeting of the Canadian Quaternary Association (CANQUA) was hosted by Memorial University of Newfoundland in 1995. As part of the legacy of that meeting, CANQUA is pleased to announce the creation of an undergraduate research award in Quaternary studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland. The award, valued at $200, is intended to support honours thesis research in any discipline related to the Quaternary Period. Two additional awards of one-year membership in CANQUA (including journal Subscription) will be granted in the same competition. Candidates will be selected on the basis of a submitted research proposal and academic excellence. Application forms and guidelines are available from, and should be submitted to, the Geography Department. Deadline date for submission of applications is March 31.
This Act provides fees and monthly allowances for children of veterans whose death was attributable to military service. Inquiries should be directed to the nearest District Office of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The CIBA collection of medical illustrations provided by CIBA Pharmaceuticals is presented annually to the first-year student showing the most promise in the field of Anatomy. The award is made by the Dean of Medicine's Advisory Committee on Awards, Bursaries and Scholarships.
To honour the memory of Wesley H. McEwen, Co-op Atlantic annually offers two university entrance scholarships of $1000.00 each per year, available to a student for up to four years. The awards help deserving students reach their educational goals and are designed to improve understanding and knowledge of co-operation and co-operatives. Applicants must be (a) a full-time employee, or the dependent of a full-time employee, of Co-op Atlantic or one of its member co-operatives; or (b) dependents of members or members of member co-operatives of Co-op Atlantic. Further information may be obtained in writing to The Manager, Corporate Administrative Services, Co-op Atlantic, P.O. Box 750, Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 8N5.
These scholarships (four of $1000.00 each and four of $500.00 each) are open to mobility impaired students who have been accepted by a university in the Atlantic Provinces, with preference to paraplegics and quadriplegics. The scholarships will be awarded on merit, and on such other criteria as the Selection Committee may determine. Recipients must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents, and residents of the Atlantic Provinces. Application deadline is July 15. Application forms may be obtained in writing to Donald E. Curren Scholarship Fund, c/o Canadian Paraplegic Association, Nova Scotia Division, 5599 Fenwick Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 1R2.
This scholarship, valued at $1000, will be awarded annually to an undergraduate student at any post-secondary institution in Canada or the United States, who have diagnosed epilepsy and are a member in good standing of Epilepsy Newfoundland and Labrador, at the time of scholarship application. Evaluations will be based on a combination of the applicant's grades, extracurricular activities, and financial aid.
This scholarship, valued at $1000, will be awarded annually to an undergraduate student at any post-secondary institution in Canada or the United States, who is at least 21 years of age, who has diagnosed epilepsy and is a member in good standing of Epilepsy Newfoundland and Labrador, at the time of scholarship application. Current board or staff members are not eligible to apply for these scholarships. Former board or staff members and/or their family members can apply, if they have been out of the service of Epilepsy Newfoundland and Labrador for two years. This two year period will be calculated as two years prior to the scholarship award date.
Award holders must be prepared to enter or be currently entered in a post-secondary training institution in the academic year of application. Scholarship applications must be received by Epilepsy Newfoundland and Labrador no later than November 1st of the academic year. Notification of award will be made no later than November 15th. The award holder must submit to Epilepsy Newfoundland and Labrador confirmation of admission or enrollment as soon as possible after selection, but not later than January 15th of the academic year. The successful applicant should be available, in person, to receive their award at a formal presentation.
Further information, memberships or applications may be obtained in writing to Epilepsy Newfoundland and Labrador, 261 Kenmount Road, St. John's, NL, A1B 3P9 or by telephone to (709) 722-0502, or by fax to (709) 722-0999, or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the website at www.epilepsynl.com.
This program is intended to encourage Canadian youth to seek the high ideals represented by Terry Fox, by the granting of commemorative scholarships for the pursuit of higher education. The value of each award is $3000.00 annually for a maximum of four years or until a first degree is obtained. Selection criteria for recipients will be based on demonstration of the highest ideals and qualities of citizenship and humanitarian service while in pursuit of excellence in their academic, amateur sport, fitness, health, community service and related endeavours. Deadline for the submission of applications is February 1st. Applications are available in writing to Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Program, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6 or by fax to (604) 291-3311.
This scholarship, valued at $1,000.00, will be awarded at the end of the fourth year to the student who, in the opinion of the Dean of Medicine's Advisory Committee on Awards, Bursaries and Scholarships, has shown the most promise in the field of Therapeutics. A suitably inscribed bronze medal is also presented to each year's winner.
This award was established by the 1991 St. John's International Mozart Chamber Music Competition Committee.
The award will be available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Music degree program who are participating as members of a chamber ensemble at an event of major musical importance outside the province. The bursary will be used to assist with travel and other expenses involved in attending the event. Musical ability, academic standing, financial need and the benefits to the students from attending the event may be taken into account in making the award. The value of the award will be based on the interest income accruing on the capital sum in the fund. Applications for this award should be submitted in writing to the Dean of the School of Music.
A scholarship, valued at $1000, has been established by the Canadian Cancer Society, in memory of Mr. Ford Hewlett of Springdale, Newfoundland, who was a very dedicated volunteer of the Society. The scholarship is awarded annually to a third year medical student who has demonstrated interest in the field of research or clinical oncology.
This fund was established some years ago by the Canadian Council of the Blind Clubs of the Atlantic region for the purpose of assisting registered blind students in continuing their education. The fund is available to registered blind students in the Atlantic region who are attending a recognized university. The fund is also available to assist the children of registered blind persons. Blind students interested in making application for assistance from this fund should contact the nearest office of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind for further information.
Purpose: To encourage young Canadian disabled students to pursue university studies with the ultimate objective of obtaining a university degree.
Field of study: Undergraduate program in any field of study.
Value: Each scholarship is valued at $1500.00 annually.
Number: Minimum 5.
Duration: One academic year - may be renewable upon application.
Conditions: Candidates must be disabled according to the following 1975 United Nations Declaration: A disabled person is "any person unable to ensure himself or herself wholly or partly the necessities of a normal individual and/or social life, as a result of a deficiency, either congenital or not, in his or her physical or mental capabilities."
Candidates must be Canadian citizens. Candidates must have successfully completed the schooling requirements or equivalent for admission to an undergraduate program of study, or be presently registered as a full-time undergraduate student as defined by the University, and have successfully completed the last academic year. Candidates must not be employees or franchisees, or dependents of employees or franchisees of Imasco or any of its subsidiaries. Where tenable: At any Canadian university which is a member of, or affiliated to a member of Universities Canada. Further information: Additional information and application forms may be obtained in writing to The Awards Officer, Canadian Awards Section, Universities Canada, 151 Slater Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5N1. Completed applications in duplicate are to be returned to Universities Canada not later than June 1st.
The Higher Education Awards program provides full tuition and compulsory fees for sons and daughters of Imperial Oil Ltd. employees, annuitants, or deceased employees. Students must be accepted at any approved Canadian University or Community College. The student must begin their education within six years of starting secondary school (grade 9), and must have an average of at least 70% in the subjects required for admission by the institution. Students who do not qualify upon graduation from secondary school may be eligible should they achieve the equivalent of a 70% average while in post secondary education. Once an award is granted, the student must pass all subjects and complete a "full workload" each year. A student may qualify for up to four awards in a five year period, which begins when the student first starts post secondary education. Application forms and brochures explaining the program in more detail are available in writing to Administrative Management Services, Awards Division, P.O. Box 414, Pickering, Ontario L1V 2R6 or by telephone to (416)420-0642 or by fax: to (416)420-2516 or through the website at www.uregina.ca/awards/scholarships/.
The following IGA bursaries (supported by annual grants) will henceforth be awarded annually and are available to students resident in the region served by the International Grenfell Association (that being the Northern Peninsula and Coastal Labrador), and who are already in – or are about to enter – a qualifying post-secondary program. Bursaries are to be awarded primarily dependent on need, to deserving students accepted or continuing in a post-secondary educational institution, as follows:
a number of $6000 Bursaries
one $4000 Special Bursary, for a student who has been out of full-time schooling for at least five years, and is returning to full-time post-secondary studies
a number of $3000 Bursaries
Post-secondary applicants need to take at least five courses in each academic term to be considered for an IGA Bursary. Application forms and further information are available in writing to Mr. Paul Canning, Administrator, International Grenfell Association, 81 Kenmount Road, 2nd Floor, St. John's, NL, A1B 3P8, or by telephone to (709) 745-6162, or by fax to (709) 745-6163, or by email to email@example.com.
This award was endowed in 2003 by the co-donors, Mrs. Mercedes Jarmasz and the Polish Heritage Foundation of Canada. It is available to any student of Polish origin. One scholarship is awarded each year. In order to be eligible, applicants must have completed two years of studies. The application deadline is June 30. Application forms are available at www.polishheritagefoundation.org/.
Applicants to the Kin Canada Bursaries must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents and must be full-time students in the process of graduating from high school, or currently studying or registered at a post-secondary institution. Anyone interested in applying for these bursaries my use the standard application form available at www.bursary.ca and submit it to the Kinsmen, Kinette or Kin Club nearest your permanent residence by February 1st. Disbursements take place in May.
These scholarships, established in 1916 by the late Reuben Wells, are awarded based on financial need following an application and nomination process. The scholarship amount is $1,000 or $1,500. Application forms are available by contacting Beverley Park at (709) 726-3223 ext. 244, or by email firstname.lastname@example.org, or online at the Leonard Foundation website www.leonardfnd.org. Please note that you do not return applications directly to the Leonard Foundation.
This scholarship, valued at $3,000.00, is awarded annually at the NLMA annual meeting to a graduating Memorial University of Newfoundland Medical student in good standing. Applicants are required to write a research paper of 1500-2000 words on a topic selected each Fall by the NLMA Board of Directors. The scholarship is administered by the Canadian Medical Foundation and will be available in perpetuity.
Merck Sharp & Dohme Canada Limited provides an annual award of $1,000.00 (or, when necessary, two awards of $500.00 each) to a third-year student of each Canadian medical school. This award is intended to recognize the efforts of the medical student who has shown the most promise in the field of Therapeutics. A copy of the current edition of the Merck Manual will be offered together with the monetary prize. The awards are made by the Dean of Medicine's Advisory Committee on Awards, Bursaries and Scholarships
This award, in memory of Dr. Leonard A. Miller, is given annually to the most outstanding student in the study of Community Medicine. The award, in the amount of $500.00, is funded jointly by the Faculty of Medicine and the General Hospital. The selection of the recipient for the award will be made at the completion of first year medical studies. The award is made by the Dean of Medicine's Advisory Committee on Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries.
Five university entrance scholarships valued at $1500.00 each are made available annually by National Sea Products Limited. The awards are open to children of permanent employees of the company or its wholly-owned subsidiaries, and to children of crew members of the company's offshore trawlers who have been employed with the company for at least twelve months. Further information and application forms are available in writing to The Awards Officer, National Programs Division, Universities Canada, 151 Slater Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5N1.
This award is presented to an outstanding graduating pharmacy student who has shown an interest in evidence-based approach to patient care, in particular when considering natural medicines. The winner receives the current edition of the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database Book, assess the Database online, complimentary enrollment in the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database continuing education series, and an award certificate.
Sons and daughters of Newfoundland Light & Power Co. Limited employees and certain other relatives of single employees, may apply for the above scholarships if they intend to pursue post-secondary study. In applying, applicants should note that employees must be members of the Newfoundland Light & Power Co. Limited Employees' Association and regular contributors to its Scholarship Fund. Applications and information are available in writing to Employees' Association, Newfoundland Light & Power Co. Limited, P.O. Box 8910, Kenmount Road, St. John's, NL, A1B 3P6.
The Newfoundland Medical Association will make two awards of $1,000.00 available to students at the end of second year of medical studies. These awards are intended to recognize potential interest in the organizational aspects of the profession of medicine as judged by the contribution made by the student to the governance of the medical school. While academic excellence is not the main criterion, recipients should be in good academic standing. The recipient should be identified to the Executive of the Association for approval upon recommendation by the Dean of Medicine's Advisory Committee on Awards, Bursaries and Scholarships.
On February 15, 1982, the Ocean Ranger Exploratory Drilling Platform sank, resulting in the tragic loss of the 84 crew members on board. As a memorial to this loss, an award program was established by the Ocean Ranger Disaster Fund. These awards, valued at $500.00 per year, are tenable by students who are entering or pursuing a post-secondary programme of studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland, the Fisheries and Marine Institute, and the College of the North Atlantic. In selecting candidates, preference will be given to widows and lineal descendants (children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren etc.) of victims of the disaster. In the absence of eligible candidates from this group, the award may be given to other fulltime students at the discretion of the Ocean Ranger Award Selection Committee. Information and application forms may be obtained from the Scholarships & Awards Offices at any of the institutions noted above. Applications must include documentation to clearly verify applicant’s eligibility.
The Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada distributes awards in the fall of each year to a son or daughter of parents or guardians who derive their principal income from pipeline construction. To qualify an applicant must be a son, daughter or ward of a person whose principal income is derived from the pipeline construction industry. The parent or guardian of the applicant must be employed by or have a history of employment with a company who is a member of the Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada. The applicant must provide proof of full-time enrollment in a program leading to a diploma or degree in any field at a recognized Canadian college or university. Applications received from students enrolled in post-graduate programs may also be considered. For more information, visit www.pipeline.ca to access the online application under the Awards tab. Email email@example.com or call 905-847-9383 for inquiries.
The proceeds from a sum of money donated to the University by Mr. Gregory J. Power will (depending on the merit of submissions) be awarded as first, second, and third-place prizes in an annual poetry competition administered by the Department of English, Memorial University of Newfoundland. The competition will be open to full or part-time students at the University upon submission of original, unpublished work. The selection of winners will be the responsibility of the Head, Department of English, acting on the advice of a special committee. Entry forms and further information may be obtained by contacting the Department of English.
This fund was established in memory of Rixon Rafter, a former student of the Ontario School for the Blind, who became a successful newspaper owner in Ontario. Awards from this fund are intended to supplement, but not replace assistance available to students from existing sources. The amount granted to students from this fund is determined by the Rixon Rafter Scholarship Committee and financial need is taken into consideration. Registered blind students may request assistance from the fund by contacting the nearest Canadian National Institute for the Blind office in their area.
A Rhodes Scholarship is tenable at the University of Oxford and may be held for three years. Since, however, the majority of Rhodes Scholars obtain standing which enables them to take a degree in two years, appointments are made for two years in the first instance. Scholars may, however, hold the Scholarship for only 1 year. Those Scholars who elect to read for a D.Phil. at the time of admission may apply for a third year on stipend. The Rhodes Scholar must present a definite plan of study for that period satisfactory to his/her College and to the Rhodes Trustees. A Rhodes Scholar may apply to any one of the courses of study available at the University of Oxford, subject to the consent of the college or, in the case of graduate study, the relevant faculty or department. The stipend of a Rhodes Scholarship consists of a direct payment to the University and to the Scholar's College of approved fees (such as matriculation, tuition, laboratory fees, and certain other set charges), plus a maintenance allowance, which is paid directly to the Scholar at the rate of at least £3,480 per annum to cover board, lodging and other expenses. The sum provided should be sufficient to enable a Scholar to meet the necessary expenses for term-time and vacations, but those who can afford to supplement it to a modest extent from their own resources are advised to do so. Reasonable travel expenses to and from Oxford will be paid by the Trust. Application forms containing full particulars can be obtained from the Secretary of the Selection Committee for the Province of Newfoundland. Inquiries may be directed in writing to the Secretary of the Selection Committee to Mr. Glenn Janes, Argyle Building, 68 Portugal Cove Road, St. John’s, NL, A1B 2L9, by telephone to (709) 758-0912, by fax to (709) 758-0927, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
One scholarship, valued at $1000.00 for a two-year period, is made available by Robin Hood Multifoods to a student entering first-year university. For students entering Memorial University of Newfoundland, priority will be given to those enrolled in a Nutrition or Biology program. The award will be made on the basis of a candidate's participation in youth activities and priority is given to 4-H members, providing that the candidate meets the necessary academic and financial need requirements. Information and applications are available in writing to The Co-ordinator, Youth Services Division, Confederation Building, St. John's, NL, H3C 1E3.
The G. Allan Roeher Institute offers bursaries to graduate students and research grants (up to $8000 each) to post-graduate students and faculty members or associates, who are interested in the field of mental handicap or related fields. These awards are made possible through the support of the Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation of Canada. Further information and application forms may be obtained in writing to The Secretary, Bursaries and Grants Adjudicating Committee, G. Allan Roeher Institute, Kinsmen Building, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Downsview, Ontario M3J 1P3.
This award was endowed in 2007 by the donors, Mr. George Tymowski and Mrs. Danuta Tymowski. It is available to any student of Polish origin who demonstrates financial need. One scholarship is awarded each year. In order to be eligible, applicants must have completed two years of studies. The application deadline is December 31. Application forms are available at www.polishheritagefoundation.org/.
These Fellowships, the gift of the first Chancellor of the University, have been established to aid and encourage students who have taken their first degree at this University to pursue their studies for a British higher degree at a university of their choice in the United Kingdom. It is not intended that students who have obtained most of their education in Britain be eligible for a Fellowship. Awards are made by the Rothermere Fellowships Trust, on the recommendation of the President of Memorial University of Newfoundland.
The conditions of the award are as follows:
Candidates shall have completed a bachelor's degree at Memorial University of Newfoundland and have completed or be about to complete a master's degree either at Memorial University of Newfoundland or at another university in North America.
Fellowships will be awarded only to candidates who are proceeding to the United Kingdom to work for a British higher degree. Fellowships will not be awarded to candidates who wish to extend their stay in Britain to obtain a further British higher degree. Persons who are full-time members of a faculty of Memorial University of Newfoundland are not eligible for a Rothermere Fellowship.
The awards will be restricted to a maximum tenure of three years or the period requested in the candidate's application, whichever is the lesser. Continuation beyond the first year will depend on certification of competence and satisfactory progress.
Candidates must accept and complete the term of years for which the Fellowship has been awarded unless the requirements for the qualifications for which the Fellowship was awarded have been completed before the term expires. No interruption of tenure or postponement of the date of commencement of the Fellowship will be allowed.
One Fellowship is usually awarded each year.
The value of the stipend is currently £14,514 per annum, plus tuition fees. The fees will be paid direct to the university concerned upon receipt of an invoice. The stipend will be credited to the Fellow's banking account in quarterly instalments.
The Trust will pay for a return airfare, economy class, for Fellows from Newfoundland to England, and back to Newfoundland in each year of their Fellowship (a year being twelve months from the start of the Fellowship and every twelve months of the Fellowship thereafter). Flights must be economy return. The Trust will reimburse the air fare in the final year of award, on the proviso that the student must use the return portion to travel back to Newfoundland within one month of completing the Fellowship.
Completed applications must be submitted in duplicate to this office before the 30th of November and must be accompanied by the following documentation, also in duplicate:
an official transcript of marks from Memorial University of Newfoundland and from any other university attended;
a letter of recommendation from the dean of the faculty or school in which the applicant was registered as an undergraduate at Memorial University of Newfoundland;
a letter of recommendation from the head of the department in which applicant majored as an undergraduate at Memorial University of Newfoundland;
a letter of recommendation from the applicant's present master's level supervisor; and
as indicated in Section 15 of the application, applicants must submit a personal statement on how their research will contribute or be of value to Newfoundland and Labrador. The statement must also contain a section on the candidate's commitment to Newfoundland and Labrador.
Note that additional letters of recommendation and other information in support of the application may be submitted at the applicant's discretion. Applicants are encouraged to begin the process of applying to universities in the United Kingdom before submitting the Rothermere Fellowship application.
Further information may be obtained by writing Margot Brown, Executive Director/Assistant to the President, Room AA2028, Arts and Administration Building, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL, A1C 5S7, or by telephone to (709) 864-8216, or by fax to (709) 864-2059, or by e-mail to email@example.com.
Two scholarships, valued at $750.00 each, are awarded annually to students entering University for the first time who are children of ex-service personnel, or of Life, Ordinary or Associate Voting Members of the Legion. Actual financial need is taken into account in addition to scholastic standing when awards are made.
Two scholarships, valued at $750.00 each, are awarded annually to students in their second, third, or fourth-year of university, who are the children of ex-service personnel, or of Life, Ordinary or Associate Voting members of the Legion. Actual financial need is taken into account in addition to scholastic standing when awards are made. Application forms available in writing to The Newfoundland & Labrador Command, The Royal Canadian Legion, P.O. Box 5745, St. John's, NL, A1C 5X3.
Diana Lemire Savidant (1943-1994) was born and raised in Rouyn, Quebec and moved to Prince Edward Island in 1973. Always an avid student, she also gained respect as an art teacher. Applications for the scholarship will be accepted from female residents of Prince County 18 years of age and older. The award will be given to the applicant who displays the most potential for development and that sense of exploration in the visual arts epitomized by Diana Lemire Savidant's own career. Financial need will be an important factor in determining the recipient but not necessarily the only one. Applicants are expected to be pursuing the arts as a career option or serious avocation. Eligible programs include: study in the visual arts at recognized post-secondary institutions; summer schools or professional level courses and advanced workshops and seminars, minimum duration of five days.
The bursary will be awarded in June of each year commencing in 1996 and the amount of the bursary will be determined each year based on the return on the capital fund invested. The award will be presented in the form of a cheque or bank draft payable jointly to the successful applicant and the educational institution. The Awards Committee may vary this rule if it is not applicable. No award will be made with respect to expenses already incurred. Should the program applied for be cancelled or the recipient withdraw or fail to enroll, the funds must be returned to the East Prince Women's Information Centre.
Applicants will be invited in March of each year through public announcements and other means with an application deadline of May 15. All applications must be accompanied by a resume and a full description of the program being pursued. The applicant should include a one page summary of personal background in art achievement and what goals are being pursued by following the study program for which support is being requested. Applicants selected for a finalist interview must be prepared to display a small portfolio of work, preferably in more than one medium. Where the program is more than one year in duration applicants are eligible to re-apply. Applications will be received until May 15 and may be obtained in writing to East Prince Women's Information Centre, 75 Central Street, Summerside, PE C1N 3L2 or by telephone to (902) 436-9856.
Canadian Schulich Leader Scholarships are undergraduate scholarships for students intending to enroll in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) areas of study at a minimum of one of the 20 participating universities. All Canadian high schools and secondary schools (not including Québec) may submit one Schulich Leader Nominee each. Cégeps (in Québec) may select two nominees each. Schulich Leader Nominees are selected by their individual schools and must possess at least two of three criteria:
Outstanding community, business or entrepreneurial leadership
Once Schulich Leader Nominees are verified, they can apply their nomination to the participating universities in Canada where they intend to submit formal applications for undergraduate study for the upcoming Fall semester. Formal applications for undergraduate study must be submitted by each Schulich Leader Nominee to the appropriate university. All participating universities are responsible for selecting the Schulich Leaders for their respective institution. Forty (40) Canadian Schulich Leaders are selected – two Schulich Leaders at each participating university. Half of these undergraduate entrance scholarships (20) are valued at $60,000 CAD and are reserved for nominees pursuing degrees in science, technology or mathematics (non-engineering programs). The remaining Schulich Leader Scholarships (20) are valued at $80,000 CAD and are reserved for nominees pursuing a degree in engineering-based programs. Each participating university will select two Schulich Leaders from a pool of Schulich Leader Nominees, one at $60,000 CAD and one at $80,000 CAD. The scholarship is distributed during each Schulich Leader’s term of undergraduate study and will start in the academic year in which it is awarded. Schulich Leader Scholarships are part of a $100 million gift in perpetuity on behalf of UJA Federation of Greater Toronto and the Seymour Schulich Foundation.
There shall be awarded annually by this Society two scholarships of a combined value of $600.00. These scholarships are awarded to children of members or deceased members of the Society. The scholarships are tenable at Memorial University of Newfoundland or any other institution of learning at which the student might wish to continue his or her studies in the year following graduation from high school. Further information and application forms may be obtained in writing to The Grand Secretary, Society of United Fishermen, P.O. Box 1434, St. John's, NL. The deadline date for application is July 1st.
This bursary of $1,000.00 is awarded to a student who is eligible for admission to a Bachelor's Program at a recognized University or Community College. Post-basic nurse applicants are required to be members of their Provincial/Territorial Nurses' Association and hold current registration or a Certificate of Competence. All applicants must have a St. John Ambulance Affiliation and must demonstrate financial need. The application deadline is March 15. Further information and applications forms is available in writing from St. John Ambulance Provincial Council or in writing to St. John Ambulance National Headquarters, 312 Laurier Ave. E., Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6P6 or by contacting Jean Wills, Deputy Director of Training Health Care by telephone to (613) 236-7461or by fax to (613) 236-2425.
This prize, valued at $500.00, is awarded annually to a first-year student who has demonstrated a high proficiency in Anatomy, particularly in the practical field. Nomination of a candidate is made by the Professors of Anatomy and the Professor & Chairman of Surgery. The award is made by the Dean of Medicine's Advisory Committee on Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries.
This fund was established to provide financial assistance for the education of children of deceased, incapacitated and/or needy Masons who were or are members of participating Masonic Lodges in Newfoundland. The fund provides a limited number of scholarships (up to a value of $800.00), payment of tuition fees for first-year students, and interest-free loans. In addition to the above, four entrance scholarships of $500.00 each are available to the dependants of any eligible member of the Masonic Fraternity within the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. These scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement in Grade XII and are tenable at Memorial University of Newfoundland or at any other approved post-secondary institution in the province. Further information and applications forms is available in writing from The Patrick Tasker Masonic, Education Fund, P.O. Box 5481, St. John's, NL, A1C 5W4, ATTN: The Secretary.
The Waterford Hospital Board of Management annually awards two scholarships, valued at $500.00 each and tenable at Memorial University of Newfoundland, to children of employees of the Hospital. The awards are made on the recommendation of a Selection Committee especially appointed by the Board for that purpose. One of the scholarships is to be awarded to a female and the other to a male. Generally they are to be awarded to students who are entering the University for the first time. In the absence of suitable entrance applicants, the scholarships may be re-awarded or awarded to other children of employees who are beyond first year. In selecting suitable applicants academic standing as well as financial need will be taken into account. Applications for the scholarships may be obtained from the Administrator of the Hospital and must be completed and returned to that office by May 1st of any year.
This scholarship of $500 is derived from interest on funds invested by the Medical Staff of the Western Memorial Regional Hospital and is awarded annually to a student who is entering the third year of medical studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland. The recipient shall be a bona fide resident of that area served by the Western Memorial Regional Hospital and shall have high academic standing. The scholarship is awarded by the Medical Staff of Western Memorial Regional Hospital in consultation with the Dean of Medicine. Applications should be made in July of each year to The Chief of Staff, Western Memorial Regional Hospital, P.O. Box 2005, Corner Brook, NL, A2H 6J7.
The student incentive program will provide a four month paid position with a $2,000 award at the end of the work period. Both co-op work terms and summer positions will be considered. To be eligible candidates must be: full-time students with at least 50% of their credits achieved, have an 80% average, be fluent in English for all offices and fluent in French for the Montreal office, be legally entitled to work in the country to which they are making application and have excellent communication skills. Application forms for Memorial University of Newfoundland students are available from and should be returned to the office of the Associate Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science or the Faculty of Science. Applications must include: resume, official university transcript and a one page letter outlining candidate’s aspirations. Deadline for application is January 31.
This fund was established to promote the development of librarianship in Newfoundland and Labrador by providing funds for scholarships, research, special projects and work exchange opportunities. The value of awards will depend upon the annual interest earned on the fund. Further information and applications forms is available in writing from Chairman, Board of Trustees, Margaret Williams Trust Fund, Queen Elizabeth II Library, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL, A1B 3Y1.
W.W. Cossitt - This award is intended for the Senior Engineering Student (Work Term 4, 5, & 6) who has made the most important contribution to an employer and therefore to the Co-operative Engineering Program. The award is made available by the Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador (PEGNL) once per semester and has a monetary value of $500. PEGNL issues the final award on the recommendation by the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and the Engineering Co-operative Education Office. The recommendation is based upon: a) Supervisor nomination; b) Student work performance; c) Student work report or oral presentation and written summary; d) Student academic standing (must be scholarship standing).
PEGNL Eastern Chapter - This award is intended for the Junior Engineering Student (completing work terms 1, 2, & 3 prior to Academic Term 5) who has made the most important contribution to an employer and therefore to the Co-operative Engineering Program. The award is made available by the Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador (PEGNL) Eastern Chapter once per semester and has a monetary value of $500. PEGNL, Eastern Chapter issues the final award on the recommendation by the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and the Engineering Co-operative Education Office. The recommendation is based upon: a) Supervisor nomination; b) Student work performance; c) Student work report; d) Student academic standing (must be scholarship standing).