Faculty of Graduate Studies

Browse the Awards A-Z
Search
One award returned

Name ST. JOHN''S COLLEGE
Research Fields TEST unrestricted
Categories Unrestricted
Citizenship Unrestricted
Eligibility Thanks to the generous support of donors and the Manitoba Scholarships and Bursaries initiative, St. John's College ahs been able to assist College members and graduates in meeting their education costs through a variety of scholarships, bursaries, and prizes. Ivan J.R. Deacon and Phyllis Deacon Bursary St Johnís College members enrolled at the U of M or in the Collegeís Faculty of Theology may apply. The recipient shall be registered in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program. First-year students are eligible to apply. Awarded to assist with the costs of education and/or accommodation for those with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to a student who is of Canadian aboriginal ancestry, self-declared (Inuit, Mťtis, Non-Status Indian, or Treaty/Status Indian). Community involvement and leadership potential may be considered. Value: $875 Deadline: September 30 Michael and Muriel Ewanchuk Bursary For a St Johnís College member registered in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program. Must demonstrate financial need. Must include one or more letters from professors describing how the applicantís studies have focused on the history of Ukrainians in Canada, particularly in Manitoba. Must re-register as a College member in a full-time program in September. Value: $2,550 Deadline: April 1 St. John's College Students' Association Awards For St Johnís College members who are registered in full-time studies at the U of M with a minimum term GPA of 2.00. Successful candidates will have demonstrated involvement in College life during the current academic year. Involvement in a community of faith may also be considered. Applicants must provide a brief essay on the topic ďWhat St Johnís College Means to MeĒ. Financial need may be considered. Preference may be given to students who have not previously received the award. Funds provided and recipients selected by the St Johnís College Studentsí Association. Value: $2,000 Deadline: April 1 Canadian Shield Scholarship Awarded to a member of St Johnís College who is a research fellow, graduate student, or senior undergraduate student (going into third or fourth year with a minimum course load of 18 credit hours) at the U of M. Must provide academic reference letters indicating that the study of subjects pertaining to the Canadian Shield constitutes a significant part of the applicantís studies. Must have a minimum grade of B in each course relevant to the Canadian Shield completed in the current academic year or latest year of study. Recipients who are graduate or undergraduate students must re-register in full-time studies and as College members in September. Value: $1,500 Deadline: April 1 Gordon O. Rothney Scholarship in Modern World History For a History student (honours, major, minor, or graduate program) who is completing at least the second year of undergraduate studies and is registered as a St Johnís College member. Must have received a grade of B or better in six or more credit hours of History in the current year. Must register in a program of History Studies, including at least six credit hours in Modern World History and as a College member in September. Value: $600 Deadline: April 1 Arthur Uniacke Chipman Graduate Scholarship For a full-time student beginning a Masterís or Ph.D. program in the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the U of M. The recipient will register as a College member in September. Minimum sessional GPA of 3.50 in each of the final two years of the previous program required. Preference will be given to those studying in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The award includes the use of a Graduate Carrel in the College for the academic year. Recipients will be selected by the St Johnís College Scholarship Committee, but notification of recipients and payment will be made by the Universityís Faculty of Graduate Studies. Value: $4,000 Deadline: April 1 Colin Inkster Memorial Award Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to a member or graduate of St Johnís College who shows promise of achieving distinction in graduate work. Preference will be given to applicants who appear likely to make a contribution in the fields of either Canadian Studies or Religion. Must be a Canadian citizen. Candidates may be doing graduate work at the U of M or at another university. Value: $2,625 Deadline: April 1 St. John's College Student Travel Fellowship not available in 2010-2011 For a research fellow, graduate student, or senior undergraduate student who is a member of St Johnís College and who will make a presentation to a scholarly conference or its recognized equivalent, such as a musical workshop or colloquium of the arts. Deadline: April 1 Mary and Patrick Lee Bursary For a St Johnís College member or graduate who will travel to Uganda to share their expertise in fields such as Education, Theology, Medicine, Architecture or Engineering, to offer help in developing the skills of Ugandans, and to encourage them in their work. Note: If no recipient is selected from the applications with an April 1st deadline, or if the recipient declines the award, the bursary will be re-advertised in the same year with a deadline of July 31. Value: $850 Deadline: April 1 Anthony Waterman Fellowship Awarded to a research fellow, graduate student, or senior undergraduate student registered as a St Johnís College member who is or was in an Economics program (honours or major), or in an Honours Management program, and who will present (or who recently presented) an Economics paper at a conference. Minimum GPA of 3.00 required. Value: $775 Deadline April 1 Margaret Waterman Memorial Scholarship Awarded based on highest Degree GPA. The candidate must be registered as a St Johnís College member, be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student at the U of M in the Faculty of Arts, have declared a major in a Humanities subject (as defined by the U of M calendar), and have successfully completed at least six credit hours in Humanities between May 1 of last year and April 30 of this year. The recipient should have a minimum Degree GPA of not less than 3.50; and be continuing studies at the undergraduate or graduate level at the U of M and as a member of St Johnís College in the fall. Value: $600
Value The value is not available
Currency Canadian
Tenable at University of Manitoba
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Visit St. John's College web site at http://umanitoba.ca/colleges/st_johns/programs/scholarships/index.html Contact: St. John's College, 92 Dysart Road, University of Manitoba, Telephone: 204-474-8531 Fax: 204-474-7610 Toll free: 1-800-432-1960 Email: stjohns_college@umanitoba.ca Updated: February 7, 2012
 

 
Search by keywords

Note: if no keywords are entered all awards meeting the criteria selected below will be returned
Restrict your search by category


Restrict your search by citizenship




Return to Graduate Studies

 
Email: graduate_studies@umanitoba.ca
500 University Centre, (204) 474-9836, Fax: (204) 474-7553





 
  
  The University of Manitoba - Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3T 2N2, 1-204-474-8880
Questions or Comments?   www@umanitoba.ca
© The University of Manitoba