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Scholarships


Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba Sons & Daughters Bursary Draw

This bursary gifts students continuing the professional lineage in their immediate family. The draw is shortly after September 1, and is random and final. The award is annual and non-renewable.

Eligibility

  • Son or daughter of an Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba member (excluding Interns & Temporary Licensees)
  • Enrolled 1st year Engineering or Geoscience studies at a university or college recognized by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB)

Amount per Winner

1 of 5 randomly-drawn awards of $1,000 towards education

Further Information

Deadline for applications is September 1, each year.



Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba Student Writers Scholarship

This scholarship, sponsored by Craig Kelman & Associates, encourages student members of Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba to engage with the Association's quarterly magazine by submitting an article they have written. As well as having their article featured in The Keystone Professional, one student each year will receive $500 towards their engineering and geoscience studies.

Eligibility

  • Author must be currently registered as a student with Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba to be eligible for the Student Writers Scholarship.
  • Article must be an original piece of writing related to engineering or geoscience, between 500 and 1000 words.
  • Only one article accepted per student.

Amount

$500

Further Information

Deadline for submission is January 20, each year.
Article and any accompanying photographs or images should be submitted to GKeatch@EngGeoMB.ca by the deadline in order to be considered. The winning article(s) will be chosen by The Keystone Professional Committee and featured in a future issue of the magazine. Featured articles are subject to editing for consistency and adherence to the Association style guide. The decision of The Keystone Professional Committee is final.



Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba First Year Scholarship

This annual scholarship recognizes the highest marks earned by two first-year Engineering students, one from the direct-entry program and one from University 1.

Eligibility

  • University of Manitoba student
  • Must be in their first year of the direct-entry program in the Faculty of Engineering or must be entering that faculty right after University 1 at the time of application
  • Highest marks, with clear standing in all subjects at the end of spring exams, in the award year

Amount per Winner

1 of 2 awards of $1,000

Special Conditions

Winners must continue their studies at the University of Manitoba in the following session, otherwise the scholarship will be forfeited and handed to the next best candidate. In special circumstances the scholarship may, on recommendation of the Faculty Council of Engineering, be held over to a later session.



Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba Endowed Scholarships

This scholarship awards students with high marks and who are proceeding into their final year in one the following programs:

  • Bio-Systems or Industrial Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Eligibility

  • Completed their second-last year in, and will be finishing, one of the programs listed above
  • Has a high cumulative grade-point average
  • Has an Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba student membership

Amount

1 award of $1,000



Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba Annual Geoscience Scholarship

This scholarship awards $1,000 to a third-year Geoscience student who will be entering their fourth year.



Engineers Canada National Scholarship Program

Visit Engineers Canada for details.



Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation

These scholarships award female Engineering students in Canada at the Undergraduate, Masters or Ph.D. levels. Visit the Scholarships for Women in Engineering page for details.



Canada Northlands Development Award

This annual scholarship awards a third-year Engineering student who has just completed the academic year, demonstrated leadership, and who has worked in Canada's Northland.

Eligibility

  • In third-year studies at the Faculty of Engineering (University of Manitoba)
  • Must be a Canadian citizen
  • Has demonstrated initiative and potential for leadership
  • Has worked at least one summer in Canada's Northland

Amount

1 award of $500, awarded during the fourth-year of Engineering

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