Apply: Faculty of Science Awards

Apply for awards available to students within the Faculty of Science.

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Faculty of Science ScholarshipsApplications for Faculty of Science scholarships are closing soon. Please note that all awards awarded on the basis of financial need are now processed through the following link.
Muriel Ramm BursaryApplications now open: The Muriel Ramm Science Bursary (up to $8000) is available to students in certain Schools who are experiencing financial need, enrolled in BSc honours, first year MSc, or an Advanced Graduate Diploma.
Hilda Trevelyan Morrison BequestApplications now open: The Hilda Trevelyan Morrison Bequest (up to $5000) is available to students enrolled in the Faculty of Science on the basis of financial need.
Agilent Indigenous STEM LeadershipApplications now open: The Agilent Indigenous STEM Leadership awards (up to $2500) are available to Indigenous undergraduate and graduate students who have participated in STEM leadership.
Dean of Science BursaryApplications now open: The Dean of Science Bursaries (available in two categories) are now available to students enrolled in a Master of Science by coursework.
Dean of Science LeadershipApplications now open: The Dean of Science Leadership Awards are now open to women enrolled in a Master of Science who demonstrate exceptional leadership.
Blackwood SoroptomistApplications now open: This scholarship provides up to $10,000 in support of female graduate research students in the Faculty of Science in the disciplines of plant, animal or viral genetics.
Dawson BursaryApplications now open: the Dawson Bursary financial support for graduate research students studying a branch of the biological sciences, with preference given to children of returned soldiers.
Robert and Gretta Wilkinson Science ScholarshipApplications now open: the Robert and Gretta Wilkinson Science Scholarship is open for award to students enrolled in the third year of a Bachelor of Science who are in financial need and are from a rural background. Preference will be given to students who intend to pursue a career in teaching science.