SCHOLARSHIPS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WORTH UP TO $56,800
The Schulich School of Engineering offers some of the largest engineering scholarships in Canada for entering students. Schulich Scholarship Process and Winners
In 2005, Seymour Schulich donated $25 million to the University of Calgary, the largest donation ever received by the U of C. This gift established the Schulich School of Engineering (formerly the Faculty of Engineering) and 102 scholarships for engineering students.
Seymour Schulich Scholarships and Awards for Entering Students
- 8 scholarships of $11,400 per year, renewable in years 2 and 3 for $11,400/year, for Calgary students based on academic grades;
- 8 scholarships of $11,400 per year, renewable in years 2 and 3 for $11,400/year, for Calgary students based on community service and entrepreneurial achievements;
- 5 scholarships of $22,800 per year, renewable in years 2 and 3 for $17,000/year, for students from outside of Calgary based on academic grades;
- 5 scholarships of $22,800 per year, renewable in years 2 and 3 for $17,000/year, for students from outside of Calgary based on community service and entrepreneurial achievements;
- 30 Dean's Entrance Awards of $5,500 for new or transfer engineering students. Note: Each spring, the dean will set the criteria for the coming year's recipients, and the awards may be used for frosh, transfer or continuing students.
Note: The number and value of awards are subject to change.
- Apply for the Seymour Schulich Scholarships and Awards Deadline: December 15
- Apply for the Dean's Entrance Awards and other awards for high school students Deadline: April 1
- Apply to study at the Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary Deadline: February 1 for international applicants; April 1 for domestic applicants
ADDITIONAL UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS
The University of Calgary offers over $12 million in scholarships and bursaries to new students entering the U of C and to students continuing in their studies at U of C. Generous financial support from a wide range of donors enables the University to recognize outstanding students and their contribution to academic life on campus.
Entering Undergraduate Students
Student Awards and Financial Aid website - Entering Undergraduate Students
- Students who are entering their first year of post-secondary studies at the University of Calgary.
- New students entering directly from high school can apply for Chancellor's Club Scholarships, Seymour Schulich Scholarships and Awards, and High School Awards.
- Student who have completed the full IB Diploma may qualify for one of 20 IB Diploma Scholarships.
- Early Admission
Undergraduate Transfer Students
Student Awards and Financial Aid website - Undergraduate Transfer Students
- Students receiving transfer credits of at least five full course equivalents completed at another post-secondary institution.
- Students returning to the U of C after completing an academic year (eight months) on exchange
Student Awards and Financial Aid website - External Awards
- These awards are not administered by the University of Calgary. External Awards are available to both entering and continuing students and have varying deadlines.
Continuing Undergraduate Awards
Student Awards and Financial Aid website - Continuing Undergraduate Awards
- Students who have completed their most recent fall/winter terms at the University of Calgary.
- Students entering or continuing in the BEd Master of Teaching program.
- Students who completed one semester on exchange and one U of C semester in the previous fall/winter terms.
Program for Undergraduate Research Experience (PURE) Awards
PURE Awards website
While research opportunities are available through students' course work, the university believes that qualified students should also have the opportunity to experience research as an activity outside the classroom. Especially important are opportunities which provide extensive periods of time to focus on research projects of interest to the student and which fit into existing research activities in the University.
Undergraduate students planning to pursue graduate studies should have opportunities to learn how to write research proposals, seek research funding, undertake or participate in substantive projects, learn discipline-specific skills, and report research results.
PURE awards are meant to benefit students at any stage of their undergraduate program, and applications from students in the early stages of their program are strongly encouraged.
NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards
These awards are meant to stimulate your interest in research in the natural sciences and engineering. They are also meant to encourage you to undertake graduate studies and pursue a research career in these fields.
The university does not mail out invoices, receipts or statements of student accounts. Full details of your student financial account are available to you through your Online Student Centre.Financial Aid
Loans and bursaries are available for both full and part-time studies at the post-secondary level. Some grants are available to special needs groups such as single parents, students with disabilities, students with dependents and part-time students with high financial need.
For more information about awards, scholarships or financing options contact the Student Awards and Financial Aid office at the University of Calgary.