Scholarships are awarded to students to assist with the cost of university, college or other post-secondary training.
Bursaries are awards that are given to students with financial need being a major factor in the criteria for the award
The criteria for scholarships will differ and may include academic achievements, community involvement, volunteer work, extra-curricular activities, personal interests, athleticism, as well as the program the student plans to study.
Be prepared to do some research to find scholarships that meet your unique situation.
Look through scholarship websites in Manitoba and check which awards are available from the university or college that you plan to attend.
Activity groups (such as 4-H or minor hockey) have scholarships. Inquire within the groups you are involved.
Ask someone to proofread your application or essay. It is easy to overlook errors in your own writing.
Be involved with school, volunteer and community organizations. Keep a detailed list of all activities.
Each of the post-secondary universities or colleges listed below will offer scholarships. Please go to the website and search for the scholarships/bursaries page. IMPORTANT: Please note deadlines for the scholarship applications.
- Brandon University
- Canadian Mennonite University
- University of Manitoba
- University of Winnipeg
- Assiniboine Community College
- Red River Community College
- Providence University College
- Manitoba Institute of Trades & Technology
- Bishop’s University
- Carlton University
- Concordia University
- Dalhousie University
- Lakehead University – Thunder Bay
- McGill University – Montreal, Quebec
- McMaster University – Hamilton, Ontario
- Mount Allison University – New Brunswick
- Queen’s University – Kingston, Ontario
- Ryerson University – Toronto, Ontario
- Simon Fraser University – Burnaby, British Columbia
- University of Alberta
- University of British Columbia
- University of Calgary
- University of Guelph
- University of Lethbridge – Alberta
- University of Ottawa
- University of Saskatchewan
- University of Toronto
- University of Victoria – British Columbia
- University of Waterloo
- University of Western Ontario – Western University
- York University – Toronto, Ontario www.mhsaa.ca/awards/category-id-1/www.naaf.ca
https://www.lrsd.net/schools/JHB/ProgramsAndServices/Documents/Scholarship%20Resources.pdf Please open this PDF for a list of scholarship websites.
www.naaf.ca (scholarships for Aboriginal and Metis students)
www.cmsf.ca (scholarships for Metis students)
Please go to the website listed below to determine which the scholarships for which you are a suitable candidate, and to confirm deadlines:
Johnson Community Roots
Manitoba Hydro Scholarship
AES Engineering Scholarship
Arthur Paulin Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship
TD Canada Trust Scholarship for Community Leadership
Horatio Alger Association of Canada
Wendy’s Classic Achiever
U of M Leader of Tomorrow Scholarship
Dale Iwanoczko Memorial Volleyball Scholarship
http://www.schulichleaders.com/seymour-schulich ****nominated by school
The Loran Scholarship ***** nominated by school
The Top 20 Under 20 Award
Earth Day Scholarship
Burger King Scholars Program
RBC Student Leadership Change
Canadian Agri-Business Education Foundation
Odenza Marketing Group Scholarship
CPA – CHARTERED PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS OF MANITOBA
Variety The Children’s Charity
CPA High School Scholarship
Sport Manitoba Scholarships – various scholarships
Pembina Consumers CO-OP (2000) LTD.
Please ask your co-op for an application form
Manitoba Canola Growers Scholarship Program
TADD Student Leading Change Scholarship
Global Lift Equipment Scholarship
Academy of Broadcasting Scholarship
Golden Prairie Arts Council Fine Arts Career Scholarship
MC College Creative Scholarship
Application forms are available from the MTA office.
Canadian Blood Services – Assignment: Saving Lives Bursaries
June Callwood Harmony Scholarships
STORWELL’s FOSTER CHILDREN BURSARY PROGRAM