Please find the awards below that are currently open for application. Instructions on how to apply is written into the description. Please email all documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline to apply for any of the following awards is Monday March 28, 2016.
Good Luck to all that apply!
Note: Winter 2016 Bursary Notices will go out in April.
CoreNet Global Scholarship in Real Estate
CoreNet is a global corporate real estate association focused on advancing corporate real estate knowledge,connecting people, and promoting personal excellence through diverse and current programs. The CoreNet Global Scholarship in Real Estate is awarded to an incoming second year MBA/IMBA student specializing in the Real Estate and Infrastructure Program. The recipient must achieve high academic standing in the first year of the Program and have made a contribution to the success of the Program through membership and participation in the Schulich Real Property Students’ Association. As part of the scholarship package, the annual recipient will be invited to attend CoreNet’s Annual General Meeting in September and will also receive a one-year complimentary membership to CoreNet Canada as a Young Leader.
Your application will include a copy of your most current resume and a written statement
(500 words maximum) detailing which aspect of commercial real estate interests them most.
Non-OSOTF. Non-OSOTF means any domestic or international student can apply for this award regardless of status and how long you have lived in Ontario for.
Canadian Association of Women Executives and Entrepreneurs Award
Value: Approx. $500.00
The CAWEE Award is presented to a female full-time MBA student, who in their first year of study at York, has demonstrated academic excellence, financial need and a commitment to networking and supporting female peers and/or mentors in her academic and community life. This award is presented for full-time study and the award winner is invited to attend as a guest the evening event at which the award is presented (usually in June of each year). This award is open to domestic and international students.
Your application will consist of your most recent resume, the winter bursary application and a written statement detailing how you meet the above criteria.
The Isaac Akande Scholarship Trust Fund
This Scholarship was created by the Family of Dr. Isaac Akande, an optometrist who often spoke of the need to encourage young members of the black community to pursue business as a career.
The Scholarship will be awarded annually to first year full-time MBA student. The successful candidate
must have achieved academic excellence to date (minimum B+ average), demonstrated financial need, and must be able to demonstrate through a short essay their involvement in extra-curricular activities within the Black or wider community.
Your application will consist of your most recent resume and a written statement
detailing how you meet the above criteria.
This endowment fund has been established by Wigwamen Inc., a nonprofit housing organization supporting members of the Aboriginal community in Canada. Awarded to a MBA student demonstrating financial need. The recipient must be of documented aboriginal descent and have met all the academic requirements for entry into the MBA program. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.
Your application will consist of the winter bursary application and your original Indian Status card for copy.
The Foundation for Better Communities Award for Outstanding Leadership in Business Ethics
This award has been made possible through a generous gift from O & Y Properties and will be presented to a second year full-time MBA/IMBA student who has demonstrated outstanding achievement and leadership in the area of business ethics and good governance. Recipients will have demonstrated academic achievement.
Your application will consist of your most recent resume and a written statement detailing how you meet the above criteria.
OSOTF guidelines apply. OSOTF means recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need and have lived in Ontario for 12 months in a row prior to starting this MBA/IMBA program.
Worldreach Foundation Scholarship
The Worldreach Foundation Scholarship is given to a second year MBA/IMBA student who demonstrates
academic excellence (minimum 6.0 GPA) and financial need. Selection will also be based on the quality of the applicants’ one to two-page submission discussing:“Innovation in Business in the 21st Century”. This Scholarship is funded with thanks to the support of Schulich alumnus, Dr. Danny Seto, MBA ’00. Worldreach Foundation is a private foundation focused on advancing education globally.
Your application will consist of your most recent resume and the above stated one to two page written submission.
The Schulich School of Business Single Parent Bursary
The Schulich School of Business Single Parent Bursary has been established by Nicole Balan (MBA ’98) and the generous support of alumni and friends. Eligible recipients are full-time Schulich students who demonstrate financial need and self-declare themselves as a single parent with partial or sole custody of one or more dependent children under the age of eighteen.
Your applicatoin will consist of a written statement detailing how you meet the above criteria.
General Motors of Canada Limited Bursary
Students must be in the BBA/IBBA or MBA/IMBA program and must demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to disabled students and then to students who have undergone personal hardship, such as the death of a parent, which resulted in financial hardship. Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.
Your application will consist of the winter bursary application and a written statement detailing how you meet the above criteria.
OSOTF guidelines apply.