Preference is to be given to an undergraduate or graduate student on the basis of financial need who has shown excellence in studying connections between research and performance in early drama i. To be awarded on the basis of financial need to full-time University of Toronto students. To be awarded on the basis of financial need to three students — one entering each of second, third and fourth year of a computer science program.
Academic merit will also be considered. If two students entering any one year are equally deserving, the award for that year will be divided between them. Awarded to undergraduate or graduate students in computer science. The award will be based on financial need and will also take academic merit into account. Emergency bursary support to single-parent students enrolled in any program of study at the University of Toronto, to assist the recipient in meeting unanticipated expenses not covered by OSAP. All recipients must have completed at least 4 FCEs at the University of Toronto achieving satisfactory academic standing 1.
To be awarded to an undergraduate student, on the basis of demonstrated financial need and expectation of academic success. There will be one scholarship awarded to a student in third year, with the second being awarded to a student in fourth year. To be eligible, applicants must be enrolled in any one of the following programs:. To be awarded annually to a graduate student who, in the opinion of the selection committee, made the most significant contribution to the spirit of the Institute and to the well-being of its students.
The award is not to be based on academic standing or academic performance. Preference will be given to applicants on student visas, although Canadian landed immigrants will also be considered.
Academic achievement may be considered, but the selection will be based primarily on need. To be awarded for the best applied research project of a full-time graduate student in the field of occupational or environmental health between the students of the Faculty of Medicine and the Institute of Environmental Studies and the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry of the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering.
Financial need will be considered in making the award. To be awarded to one undergraduate student from Hong Kong. Applicants must display a high degree of financial need and must have achieved a high academic standing in secondary school. The award is renewable for up to four years of study provided each recipient continues to demonstrate a high degree of financial need and maintains high academic standing at the University of Toronto.
To be awarded to international students who are U. These scholarship values may be met through divisional award offers or central award offers eg. U of T Scholar. To be awarded to first-year undergraduate students at the University of Toronto on the basis of academic merit and demonstrated financial need.
The award will be renewable for 4 years of study, provided the student is in good academic standing.
To be awarded to economically disadvantaged youth who have excellent academic potential and a strong desire to create lasting development within their respective regions. To be awarded upon admission on the basis of academic merit to undergraduate students who are graduates of high schools in the City of Toronto who are pursuing studies in Science or Engineering. The winner must maintain academic standing satisfactory to the Committee of Award, to enjoy the award for a period of four years. Student s will be considered on the basis of financial need and demonstrated contribution, commitment and interest in the Indigenous community.
Receipt of the award is conditional upon registering in the Faculty of Arts and Science on the St. If the student fails to register, then the award will be presented to the next highest scorer in the NBC to register at UofT. Nominators will attempt to identify Grade 8 students with high academic potential who suffer social and economic hardship and risk not reaching university due to insufficient support in their family environment.
The recipients will be chosen on the basis of the extent to which they meet the above criteria. In order to receive the awards, the recipients will normally be required to enroll in any undergraduate program at the University of Toronto. Renewal of the award is conditional upon satisfactory academic progress in the course of studies. You have up to 10 years following your release date to access this funding.
If you released from the Canadian Armed Forces between 1 April and 31 March , you have until 1 April to access the funding. Recipients must be applying to the first year of direct-entry undergraduate studies. Must be enrolled or accepted to undergraduate or postgraduate degree programs in the following fields:. Applicants can be in any field of study towards the completion of a post-secondary certificate or diploma. The Corporate Culture Scholarship sponsored by The Investors Podcast is open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently attending any North American university.
Consult the Schulich Leader Scholarships website for eligibility requirements. Applicants are required to submit the following documents in their application: 1. Participants should provide proof that they are either currently enrolled or have been accepted at an accredited university or business school at an undergraduate or a postgraduate level in any of the native English speaking countries. An essay describing your business. Applicants are required to indicate their acceptance through the consent form and send it along with their application.
All participant must be enrolled at an accredited post-seconary educational institution within To be awarded to refugee students on admission to the University of Toronto in an undergraduate or graduate program of study.
Please refer to the website for Scholars at Risk Fellowship if you are a graduate applicant. Enrolled in a post secondary school; Ex-Service personnel, currently serving member of The Canadian Forces or the child or grandchild of a member.
Note: The financial circumstance of an applicant may also be considered, but will not be a determinative factor. This scholarship is provided to a student with cerebral palsy who is a current Lifetime Member of OFCP and who is enrolled in an Ontario College or University and who has completed his or her first year of instruction at University or College. Course transcripts including marks are required. Applicants must be residents of Ontario. Students who have been nominated by their schools as National Book Award recipients may submit applications to the National Scholarship Program.
In addition, students who identify themselves as meeting the scholarship criteria are invited to apply directly for the National Scholarship, without having been nominated for the Book Award. The Lu Shen Chan Education Scholarship is open to Canadian citizens entering first year university who have at least one grandparent that is Chinese. Preference will be given to candidates from the Afro-Canadian community and Metro Toronto Housing Authority residents. There are two separate awards, one for engineering students, the other for nursing students.
Preference is given to descendants of individuals having served in the armed forces proof of service is required. Women pursuing a business or business related degree who demonstrate great potential in the field. The competition is open to graduate and honours students currently enrolled in a program of studies within the last twelve months. Canadian citizens in at least the second year of their doctoral program in Canada or another Commonwealth country.
Must hold a first degree from a Canadian university. It will be awarded to students on the basis of academic performance and demonstrated interest in and commitment to study in the Humanities at the University of Toronto. Awarded to graduates of Goderich Collegiate Institute entering any first-entry undergraduate program at the University of Toronto.
Selection is based on academic standing, financial need and school activities. Students of all nationalities and majors who are at least sixteen years old and are enrolled at an accredited university or college in US, UK, Canada, Australia and Hong Kong for the current school year with a legitimate acceptance letter from an accredited University or College.
To be awarded on admission based on academic excellence, extra-curricular activities and demonstrated financial need. The scholarships are tenable for full-time studies only.
Post-doctoral fellows are not eligible to apply. Engineers-in-training or junior engineers are not eligible to apply. Applicants must be in the early or developmental stage of their career, work in a repsentational style of painting, drawing, sculpting or printmaking and demonstrate a commitment to making art their lifetime career. Leong Scholarship Financial Need Assessment Form available from graduate unit ; begin their program in September of the academic year; have achieved an A- average in each of the last two years of full-time study; and be available to participate in an interview as a part of the selection process.
If no suitable candidates can be found, consideration will be given to Indigenous Students in any discipline on the basis of financial need. S or Canada; Accepted into a U. Requests for deferment will be considered only in unusual circumstances such as illness. Proof of registration must be submitted before the award can be paid out. In the event that the student does not complete the academic program, they must submit documentation stating the reasons for their inability to complete the proposed course load. The selection committee may give preference to a student in the medical program or in a related health science program.
Note: the financial circumstance of an applicant may also be considered, but will not be a determinative factor. Candidates for the Donald Forster Award may also be considered for the F. Minkler Scholarship.
Applicants must demonstrate an interest in marketing, business or entrepreneurship. Any student currently enrolled in an accredited Canadian university in a program that has an occupational health and safety component.
To be awarded to one undergraduate student at the University of Toronto in recognition of outstanding accomplishment to enhance the sustainability of the University of Toronto and to engage students, faculty, staff and alumni in projects and initiatives that reduce the consumption of energy and natural resources. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and personal leadership on issues of sustainability.
Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada; Applicants must be either hard of hearing or deaf; Applicants must be 17 years of age or older and attending an accredited post-secondary institution in the Fall of as first-time or returning students; Or mature students, 19 years of age or older. Full-time and part-time students self-identifying as having a permanent or temporary disability and have disability-related postsecondary educational costs for services or equipment that are not covered by another agency or service.
Your university fees consist of tuition, incidental and ancillary fees, and are based on several factors. If you are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, there are many sources of financial aid available to help you cover the costs of your University of Toronto education — from OSAP and other government aid, to assistance provided by the University. Explore your options.
The University of Toronto is a publicly-funded institution and because of that cannot offer financial aid to international students. Submit your OSAP application, then print and sign the consents and declaration pages — and any other required supporting documentation — and upload to your account on the OSAP website. If you are unable to upload your documents, you can submit by mail or in person to Enrolment Services, but this may lead to slower processing times. Eligible high school students are automatically considered for a variety of admission scholarships when they apply to the University.
There are also admissions scholarships that require a separate application, and others that require you to complete an awards profile. Note, however, that the value of scholarships is rarely sufficient to cover all costs the student will incur while attending University of Toronto.