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Queen's University
 

Other Merit-Based Awards

Application deadline:  February 15, 2015

You may apply for the following awards by completing a single application form:

You may apply for one or all of these awards by submitting a single Other Merit-Based Awards Application. The deadline to submit your application to the Student Awards Office is February 15, 2015.

DR. BEN BRACHMAN AWARD

Total Value = $1,600

Program of Study All 
Criteria
  • Student from Saskatchewan
  • At least 1 parent born outside of Canada or USA
High School Grades Variable
Duration 1 year

Annual Value

$1,600
Number Available  1
Deadline to Apply February 15, 2015
Admission Bursary Application Required No
QUEEN'S FIRST ROBOTICS ADMISSION SCHOLARSHIP

Total Value = $2,500

Program of Study Engineering
Criteria
  • Academic excellence
  • Participation on a FIRST Robotics Competition team in high school
High School Grades Variable
Duration 1 year

Annual Value

$2,500
Number Available  1
Deadline to Apply February 15, 2015
Admission Bursary Application Required No
JOHN BROOKS FOUNDATION AWARD

Total Value = $1,250

Program of Study All 
Criteria
  • Academic standing
  • Involvement in school/community
  • Preference to students previously involved with the Foundation
High School Grades Variable
Duration 1 year

Annual Value

$1,250
Number Available  1
Deadline to Apply February 15, 2015
Admission Bursary Application Required No
ROBERT J. CHILD AWARD

Total Value = $1,000

Program of Study All 
Criteria
  • Preference to descendants of Canadian, British or American veterans of the Italian Theatre, World War II
High School Grades Variable
Duration 1 year

Annual Value

$1,000
Number Available  1
Deadline to Apply February 15, 2015
Admission Bursary Application Required No
ALFIE PIERCE AWARD

Total Value = $1,000

Program of Study All 
Criteria
  • Academic standing
  • Involvement in school/community and/or contribution to the African or Caribbean communities of Canada
High School Grades Variable
Duration 1 year

Annual Value

$1,100
Number Available  1
Deadline to Apply February 15, 2015
Admission Bursary Application Required No
COMMERCE 1981 ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP

Total Value = $24,000

Program of Study Commerce
Criteria
  • Academic achievement
  • Completed secondary education in a publicly funded high school
  • Awarded in the following order of preference:
  1. Students who are the first generation in their family to attend a post-secondary institution
  2. Students who have paid or unpaid work in their last two years of high school
  3. Students who are disabled, aboriginal, or visible minority candidates
High School Grades Variable
Duration Renewable for 3 subsequent years (4 years total) provided a GPA of 3.0 is achieved in a full course load in the Bachelor of Commerce program in first year and a GPA of 3.5 is achieved in each subsequent year in a full course load in the Bachelor of Commerce program. Selected recipients will receive further information about renewal criteria.

Annual Value

$6,000
Number Available  1
Deadline to Apply February 15, 2015
Admission Bursary Application Required No
PROJECT HERO AWARD

Total Value = Tuition each year (plus residence in year 1)

Program of Study All 
Criteria
  • Demonstrated academic achievement
  • Student who is the dependent of Canadian Forces personnel deceased while serving in an active military mission
  • Entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program
High School Grades Variable
Duration Renewable for 3 subsequent years (4 years total) provided a satisfactory academic average is achieved each year.

Annual Value

Tuition (plus Residence in Year 1)
Number Available  1
Deadline to Apply February 15, 2015
Admission Bursary Application Required No

Admission Awards Application

 

 

Notes:

  • Applicants must be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada entering the first year of post-secondary education for the first time. (Graduates from a 2-year CEGEP program transferring into their second year of a Queen's program remain eligible for admission scholarships.) 
  • The values shown for admission scholarships and awards were in effect at the time of publication. Queen's University reserves the right to revise or withdraw any award without prior notice.
  • The grades listed for individual scholarships are based on the Canadian School System and generally reflect the average of the previous year's recipients and are not a guaranteed level for receiving an award.
  • Queen’s University reserves the right to revise or withdraw any award without prior notice.

Further information about the history and generous benefactors who have helped to establish the Admission Awards can be found in the Awards List.

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