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Toronto Scholarships for Women


University of Toronto/City-wide

See: http://www.adm.utoronto.ca/awards/university-of-toronto-award-competitions/

Canadian Federation of University Women Etobicoke Bursary – Undergraduate

Value: 2 at $1500 each

Description: A bursary to an undergraduate student who is just beginning her first year of studies. Second bursary to be awarded to an undergraduate student who has successfully completed a minimum of one year of studies. Recipients must be female students, who are residents of Etobicoke, in need of financial assistance for education.

 

City of Toronto Graduate Scholarship for Women in Mathematics

Value: Annual Income

Description: The scholarship will be awarded to a female student enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program in mathematics who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents and residents of Ontario. The award will be given on the basis of financial need, academic merit and demonstrated interest in issues related to women in mathematics.

 

City of Toronto Women’s Studies Scholarships

Value: one undergraduate at $5000, one graduate valued at the balance of the annual income

Description: Both the undergraduate and graduate scholarships will be awarded to students in Women’s Studies who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents and residents of Ontario. The award will be given on the basis of financial need and academic merit to students enrolled full-time or part-time and who are deemed most likely to contribute to studies on the status of women, community studies and public policy including studies in the areas of transportation, housing, urban planning, employment, public works and municipal services.  The undergraduate scholarship will be awarded to a student whom has completed year 3, enrolled in a major or specialist program in Women’s Studies.  The graduate scholarship will be awarded to a student enrolled in the Graduate Collaborative Program in Women’s Studies.

 

Women and Gender Studies Grant

Value: $500

Description: To be awarded to full-time or part-time students, graduate or undergraduate, enrolled in the Women and Gender Studies Institute Program. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit will also be a consideration. All students who are considered for this award must be Canadian citizen or permanent residents and residents of Ontario.

 

Women’s Association of the Mining Industry of Canada Burge Connell Bursary

Value: Varying award to the value of the annual income

Description: To be awarded annually to an undergraduate students entering third or fourth year of Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering or a Geology program within the Faculty of Arts and Science. The candidate must have achieved a minimum second-year average of 85 % (APSC) or 3.18 GPA (A&S), demonstrate financial need, and have an interest in pursuing studies related to a career in the geological sciences.

 

Women’s Association of the Mining Industry of Edith Tyrrell Award and Medal

Value: Varying award to the value of the annual income

Description: To be awarded to one or more students who are registered in the third or fourth year of Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering or a Geology program in the Faculty of Arts and Science. Candidates must rank academically in the top quarter of his or her class and demonstrate outstanding leadership skills, as evidence through his or her active extra-curricular and/or community involvement.

 

Women’s Association of the Mining Industry of Canada Wood Scholarship

Value: Varying award to the value of the annual income

Description: To be awarded to one or more students who are registered in the third or fourth year of Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering or the Earth Science program in the Faculty of Arts and Science. Candidates must be pursuing studies related to a career in the mining industry and must demonstrate financial need. Additional consideration may be given to candidate’s leadership skills, as demonstrated through extra-curricular and/or community involvement.

 

Canadian Federation of Women (CFUW) Scarborough In-Course Scholarships

Value: two of approx. $1300

Description: Two awards will be given to students who are entering the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year of a degree in Psychology, and who: have demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities in his/her school or community; are Canadian citizens or permanent residents; have a good academic record (minimum B average or 3.0 GPA); demonstrate financial need; and meet OSAP’s residency requirements.  Special consideration will be given to students who can demonstrate an active commitment to supporting children’s or women’s issues.

 

Ryerson University Scholarships/Awards

Canadian Federation of University Women North Toronto Award

Value: 3 at $914

Description: Applicant must be a female student in a full-time undergraduate degree program, enrolled in 4 units of higher per term, currently enrolled in their fourth year, a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident, an Ontario resident, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3 and demonstrate financial need.

http://www.ryerson.ca/content/dam/currentstudents/awards/pdfs/schol_uw_canfed_univwmn_north_toronto.pdf

 

BMO Financial Group Diversity Scholarships – Ryerson University

Value: up to 15 for $1000 or $2500

Description: Applicants must be from a traditionally underrepresented group, including women, visible minorities, international students, students with disabilities and aboriginal students.  Applicants must be enrolled in a 4-year full-time degree program at Ryerson University. Students entering their first year with a minimum 80% in 6 U/M credits or equivalent will be considered for a $1000 or $2500 scholarships provided they were full-time high school students the previous year.  Students enrolled in second or third year with a minimum cumulative GPA of 1.67 will be considered for $1000 or $2500 scholarships.

http://www.ryerson.ca/content/dam/currentstudents/awards/pdfs/schol_ent_bmofinancial.pdf

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