Scholarships & Awards

OSLER, HOSKIN & HARCOURT NATIONAL ESSAY COMPETITION
Value: $5000
Deadline: April 5, 2004

Award Information: Administrator: University of Toronto JD/MBA Students’ Association Award Amount: $5,000.00 Award Deadline: Monday, April 05, 2004
http://www.rotman.utoronto.ca/essaycompetition/rules.html

Scholarship Criteria: Gender: n/s Year of Study: All Years Field of Study: Any Field of Study School of Study: n/s Region of Study: n/s Region of Residence: n/s Academic Standing: n/s Language: n/s Activities: n/s Affiliation: n/s Financial Need: No Heritage: n/s Special Need: n/s Citizenship: n/s Automatic Consideration: No

Notes: Open to full time undergraduate students enrolled in a non-professional faculty of a Canadian university or c├ęgep in the 2003/2004 school year. Must write an essay: “How can Canadians improve their standard of living without sacrificing what they hold to be distinctly ‘Canadian values’?”

Contact Information: Contact Name: Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt National Essay Competition Title: n/s Address: n/s Postal Code: n/s Phone: n/s Fax: n/s Toll Free: n/s Web Site: E-mail: Application Address: n/s

ARTS GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS
http://www.alis.gov.ab.ca/scholarships/info.asp?EK=5
Value: $5000

Sponsored by: Alberta Scholarship Programs.

Purpose: To reward outstanding students pursuing full-time study at the masters or equivalent level. Funding for short term or part-time studies is available through the Arts – Career Development Scholarships.

Value: Five awards of $5,000 each

Deadline: Not specified

Eligibility: Applicants must be residents of Alberta enrolled or planning to enroll in full-time study either in music, drama, dance, literary arts or visual arts at a Master’s level or equivalent level. There is a lifetime maximum of two awards per student. Scholarships are for study at graduate faculties and equivalent institutions anywhere in the world.

Selection: Recipients are chosen by a selection committee appointed by the Presidents of the universities in Alberta. Applicants are judged on previous academic accomplishments, program of study, appraiser’s evaluations, answers to the essay question, and general impressions from the application form.

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