Scholarships, Awards, and Bursaries

Schulich students have access to a full range of scholarships and awards which recognize excellence through academic achievement and extracurricular involvement in the School and/or wider community. Through the generosity of alumni and friends, these scholarships and awards that are among the highest value offered to business students in Canada and around the world.

Application Process Selection Notification
Entrance funding: Students must complete an entrance funding application in order to be considered for all forms of entrance funding, including scholarships, awards, and bursaries. Students will be invited to apply during the admissions process.

Continuing funding: Applications for continuing awards open at the beginning of the Fall and Winter terms. Continuing students who have completed at least one term at Schulich will be sent an invitation to apply.

Convocation funding: Students are automatically considered for these awards. If applicable, students will be invited to apply for awards that require additional information.

Recipients are selected for awards based on each award’s criteria. Selections are made by a committee. Recipients will be notified via email if they have been selected to receive funding.

 

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 Available Scholarships, Awards, and Bursaries

The table below contains a list of all available scholarships, awards, and bursaries. Use the dropdown filter options to narrow your search  or simply type in a keyword into the search box. Select the green “plus” sign next to the award name to get more information.

Schulich Awards, Scholarships, and Bursaries
Award NameValueProgram(s)TypeVisa/DomesticTimingStatusSpecializationDescription# availableRenewable?MeritCommunity ServiceLeadershipFinancial NeedProgram Level
Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit40000MBA/IMBAEntranceANYFallAnyAnyThe Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit was created by Schulich alumnus, Robert Krembil, CM (MBA ’71, Hon LLD ’00) to recognize incoming MBA/IMBA students attending York University Schulich School of Business (either the Keele campus or the downtown Miles. S. Nadal Management Centre) who demonstrate the highest academic standing, a minimum of two years working experience, excellent communication skills, leadership ability, and contribution within the community. The scholarships are renewable in the second year of the MBA/IMBA program with achievement of a GPA of 7.0 (A) on the first 30 credit-hours of course work. The scholarship is allocated in the Fall of each year. Selected incoming students are invited to apply. Three scholarships are available each year3YESYYYNGR
RioCan Scholarship25000MREIEntranceANYWinterAnyMREIThe RioCan Scholarship is offered each January to an entering MREI student who demonstrates the highest academic standing, a top-ranking GMAT score and strong evidence of leadership ability and commitment to the industry. The recipient of the Scholarship is guaranteed an interview for the RioCan MREI Internship. Scholarship Value: $25,0001NOYYYGR
Heather L. Main Scholarship (Women in Capital Markets)25000MBAContinuingANYFallFull-timeAnyThe Heather L. Main Memorial Scholarship (Women in Capital Markets) is available to full-time students in their first year of the MBA. Applicants are asked to demonstrate their interest in pursuing careers in the Canadian capital markets, academic excellence, as well as community involvement and leadership capabilities. Applicants must submit completed application form, written statement, academic transcripts and résumé to Schulich financial aid. For further information, consult with Schulich financial aid staff.NOYYYNGR
Seymour Schulich MBA Entrance Scholarship24200MBAEntranceANYFallAnyAnyIn recognition of academic excellence and merit, Seymour Schulich has created the Seymour Schulich MBA Entrance Scholarship. The scholarships are presented to incoming MBA students who have demonstrated academic excellence and at least two years working experience. Recipients will have been active in their community and demonstrated leadership qualities either in the workplace or through extracurricular activities.3NOYYYYGR
Tanna H. Schulich MBA Entrance Scholarship24200MBAEntranceANYFallAnyAnyIn recognition of academic excellence and merit, Seymour Schulich has created the Tanna H. Schulich MBA Entrance Scholarship. The scholarships are presented to incoming MBA students who have demonstrated academic excellence and at least two years working experience. Recipients will have been active in their community and demonstrated leadership qualities either in the workplace or through extracurricular activities.3NOYYYYGR
Scotiabank Scholarship in International Business20000MBAEntranceVISAFallAnyAnyThe Scotiabank Scholarships in International Business are offered each fall to a student who has been admitted into year two of the MBA program at the Schulich School of Business after having completed a year of study at the Guanghua School of Management. The recipient of the award will have demonstrated academic excellence as determined by top academic performance in comparison to his/her peers. 2NOYNNNGR
Dean's Entrance Award - India15000MBA in IndiaEntranceVISAFallFull-timeAnyAwarded in recognition of academic excellence (minimum 6.0 GPA) and merit, the Dean's Entrance Award is provided to select incoming full-time Schulich MBA students, enrolled in the MBA in India Program who demonstrate financial need.1YESYNNYGR
Resource Capital Funds Scholarship15000MBA
IMBA
ContinuingANYFallAnyMINEThe Resource Capital Funds Scholarships is awarded to a second-year MBA/IMBA student specializing in Global Mining Management at the Schulich School of Business. The recipient must have achieved academic excellence in their Schulich studies to date (minimum A–, 7.0 GPA) and demonstrate a significant level of interest and commitment to pursuing a career in the mining/resource industry (as demonstrated through the submission of a statement of interest).



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Franklin & Sasarman Simard Scholarship10000EMBAEntranceOSOTFWinterAnyEMBAThe Franklin & Sasarman Simard Scholarship will support students who are admitted to the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA program. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons and residents of Ontario who demonstrate financial need. Scholarship recipients will be chosen based upon academic and professional achievements. Preference will be given to female applicants or applicants from Non-governmental Organizations. Award winners will be known as Franklin & Sasarman Simard Scholars.NOYNNYGR
Harry Steele Entrance Award10000MBAEntranceOSOTFFallAnyAnyAwarded to an entering MBA student who has demonstrated excellent academic standing (A average) from previous studies and has shown involvement either in extra curricular activities or community services. Recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and resident of Ontario who demonstrate financial need.1NOYYNYGR
Krembil Foundation Public Healthcare Internship Award10000MBA
IMBA
ContinuingANYN/AAnyHIMPThe Krembil Foundation Public Healthcare Internship Award was established in 2014 to assist Schulich MBA/IMBA students gain practical hands-on experience through a paid internship experience with a public healthcare organization. Recipients must have completed one year of the MBA/IMBA program (equivalent to 30 credit hours) and achieved a minimum 6.0 GPA, as well as demonstrated a commitment to extracurricular work and community involvement combined with a strong interest in the public healthcare sector (as demonstrated through a written statement). Value $10,000 NOYYNNGR
Lawrence Bloomberg Entrance Award10000MBAEntranceOSOTFFallAnyAnyThe Lawrence Bloomberg Entrance Award is presented each fall to an entering MBA student. The recipient of this award will have presented first class standing in previous academic work (A average), demonstrated leadership in either extra curricular life or community involvement. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NOYYYYGR
Marshall A. Cohen Entrance Awards10000MBAEntranceOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThe Schulich School of Business honours the contribution Marshall A. Cohen has made to the school with the creation of the Marshall A. Cohen Entrance Awards. These entrance awards are presented in the fall incoming full-time MBA students. To be eligible for the awards, the students must have demonstrated academic excellence in previous studies (A average), at least two years of full-time working experience, and show evidence of community involvement or extra curricular activities which have contributed to the well being of others. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, be Ontario residents and demonstrate financial need.3NOYYNYGR
Peter F. Bronfman Award10000MBAEntranceOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThe Peter F. Bronfman Endowment has been created to honour the memory of the prominent business leader, Peter F. Bronfman, O.C., a founder of the Brascan Group. From this fund, the Schulich School of Business awards the Peter F. Bronfman each year to an incoming full-time MBA student. The recipient of this award must have demonstrated academic excellence in previous studies (A average), have two years of full time working experience, shown leadership in extra-curricular or community involvement and demonstrated financial need. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and resident of Ontario. The award is renewable in the second year of the MBA program with achievement of a grade point average of 7.00 (A-) on the first 30 credit hours of course work.1YESYYYYGR
Scotiabank Global Scholars Award - Domestic10000MBA
IMBA
EntranceDOMAnyFull-timeAnyThe Scotiabank Global Scholars Award is offered each fall to full-time students who have been admitted into the MBA/IMBA program at the Schulich School of Business. Recipients of the award will have demonstrated academic excellence (minimum 6.0 GPA, B+) and must demonstrate financial need. The award is renewable in the second year of the program with achievement of a GPA of 6.0 (B+) on the first 30 credit-hours of coursework and demonstrated financial need. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons.5YESYNNYGR
Scotiabank Global Scholars Award - International10000MBA
IMBA
EntranceVISAAnyFull-timeAnyThe Scotiabank Global Scholars Award is offered each fall to full-time international students from the regions of Latin America or South/Southeast Asia who have been admitted into the MBA/IMBA program at the Schulich School of Business. Recipients of the award will have demonstrated academic excellence (minimum 6.0 GPA) (B+) and must demonstrate financial need. The award is renewable in the second year of the program with achievement of a GPA of 6.0 (B+) on the first 30 credit-hours of coursework.5YESYNNYGR
Stewart Family Entrance Scholarship10000MBA in IndiaEntranceFallAnySBIThe Stewart Family Entrance Scholarship has been established by Donald A. Stewart (Hon LLD ’12), retired President & CEO of Sun Life Financial Inc., and member of the Schulich Dean’s Advisory Council. The scholarships will be awarded to two incoming Schulich India MBA students who demonstrate overall academic excellence (A- or better) in previous studies.2YGR
Dean's Entrance Award7500MastersEntranceDOMFallFull-timeAnyIn recognition of academic excellence and merit, the Schulich School of Business has created the Dean's Entrance Award. Each year, selected incoming full-time Masters-Level Schulich School of Business students will receive Dean's Award. Selection will be based on demonstrated academic excellence and demonstrated financial need.NOYNNYGR
Hennick Scholars Program7500MBA/JDEntranceOSOTFFallAnyAnyThis program provides awards to the best students entering the Joint JD/MBA program. Students will be selected on the basis of academic excellence and financial need. The awards will be directed primarily at students entering the first year of the joint program, but may also be given to a student entering his or her second year (having completed an initial year of either business or law study). Recipients must have an outstanding academic record, be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, a resident of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.2NOYNNYGR
KPMG Accounting Scholarship7500MBA
IMBA
MAcc
ContinuingWinterAnyACTG
MAcc
The KPMG Accounting Scholarship is established by the KPMG Foundation. This award will be granted to a second year MBA/IMBA student who is specializing in accounting, and/or a third term student of the Master of Accounting program. The successful candidate must demonstrate academic excellence, leadership skills and financial need.2YYYGR
Dean's International Scholarship6000MBA
IMBA
EntranceVISAFallFull-timeAnyIn recognition of academic excellence and merit, the Schulich School of Business has created the Dean's International Scholarship. Each year, selected incoming full-time international Schulich MBA/IMBA students will receive the Dean's International Scholarship based on demonstrated academic excellence. The Scholarship is renewable in the second year of the program if the recipient receives a minimum GPA of 7.00 (A-) on the first 30 credit hours in the program.10YESYNNNGR
Allen T. Lambert Scholarship5000MBAEntranceANYFallFull-timeAnyBrookfield Asset Management Inc. has established this renewable entrance scholarship in honour of Allen T. Lambert. Awarded to an entering full-time MBA student who has demonstrated academic excellence in previous studies. Renewable in the second year of the program if recipient achieves academic standing in the top quartile of the MBA year one.1YESYNNNGR
Brokers Trust Insurance Group Award in Memory of Gena Giansante5000MBAEntranceOSOTFFallAnyACTG
FINE
The Brokers Trust Insurance Group Award in Memory of Gena Giansante is given annually to an incoming female MBA student majoring in accounting or finance. The recipient will have a minimum B+ average and will be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and resident of Ontario who demonstrates financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Carol Anne Letheren Entrance Award5000MBAEntranceOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyPresented each fall to an incoming full-time MBA student who has demonstrated academic excellence in previous studies ('A' average), has at least two years of full-time working experience, shows evidence of community involvement or extra curricular activities which contributed to the well being of others. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need. Renewal, in the second year, is contingent upon a minimum GPA of 7.00 (A-) on the first 30 credit hours in the program. This award is in memory of Carol Anne Letheren (MBA '77), for her tireless support and contribution to the Schulich Alumni worldwide.1YESYYNYGR
Carol Anne Letheren Entrance Award5000MBAEntranceOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyPresented each fall to an incoming full-time MBA student who has demonstrated academic excellence in previous studies ('A' average), has at least two years of full-time working experience, shows evidence of community involvement or extra curricular activities which contributed to the well being of others. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need. Renewal, in the second year, is contingent upon a minimum GPA of 7.00 (A-) on the first 30 credit hours in the program. This award is in memory of Carol Anne Letheren (MBA '77), for her tireless support and contribution to the Schulich Alumni worldwide.1YESYYNYGR
Ian Lithgow Memorial Award5000MBAEntranceOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThis renewable entrance award has been established for a full-time MBA student who has demonstrated previous academic excellence. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.1YESYNNYGR
International Student Fellowship5000MBA
IMBA
EntranceVISAAnyAnyPEKINGEach year the Schulich School of Business provides a number of international Student Fellowships to incoming Master's level international students. To qualify, you must demonstrate academic excellence, leadership or entrepreneurship as well as have demonstrated financial need.1NOYNYYGR
John Hunkin Financial Services Award5000MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeFNSVAwarded to registered full-time students in their second year of the MBA program, specializing in Financial Services. Preference is given to those with a minimum of GPA of 6.0 ( B+). Students must demonstrate financial need, be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and resident of Ontario.1NOYNNYGR
Kamlesh G. Moorjani Entrance Scholarship5000MBA in IndiaEntranceANYFallAnyAnyThe Kamlesh G. Moorjani Entrance Scholarship is established by Kishore K. Moorjani (BBA '94, MBA '95) in honour of his father. The scholarship will be awarded to an entering MBA student enrolled in the Schulich MBA in India program, in recognition of academic excellence and merit. The recipient will have achieved a minimum GPA of 6.00 in previous academic work, as well as an above average GMAT score.1NOYNNNGR
Kenneth Laundy Entrance Award5000MBA/JDEntranceOSOTFFallAnyMBA/JDFor many years, Ken Laundy has taught in both Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business. To honour his longstanding affiliation this scholarship was established to assist an entering MBA/LLB student who has achieved outstanding academic performance in preparation for the joint program. The Recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, a resident of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Peter F. Bronfman Entrance Award5000MBAEntranceOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThree Peter F. Bronfman Entrance Awards will be presented to entering full-time students in the Schulich MBA program. Recipients of the awards must demonstrate academic excellence in previous studies (A average), minimum two years of full-time working experiences, leadership in either extra-curricular involvement or community involvement. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.3NOYYYYGR
Steven K. Hudson Finance Scholarship5000MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeFINEThe Steven K. Hudson Finance Scholarship is given to the full-time MBA student entering second year who has demonstrated the highest academic result in Managerial Finance 5200 3.0. The recipient will be focusing studies in second year in the finance area. Steven Hudson (BBA '81) and Sharon Hudson have established this scholarship. Steven Hudson is a strong supporter of the York Community.1NOYNNYGR
Steven K. Hudson MBA Bursary in Financial Services5000MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeFNSVThe Steven K. Hudson MBA Bursary in Financial Services is given each year to a second year full-time MBA student who has declared a specialization Financial Services and has demonstrated high academic standing (minimum B+ average after the first year). The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need. Steven Hudson (BBA '81) and Sharon Hudson haven established this bursary. Steven Hudson is a strong supporter in the York Community.1NOYNNYGR
Stuart McAllister Award5000MBAContinuingANYWinterFull-timeARTMAwarded to a full-time first year MBA student who has selected the Arts & Media concentration. The recipient must present at least a 5.0 (B) average on courses completed in the first year, have made a significant contribution to the community in Arts or Culture, and demonstrate financial need. This award may include a summer internship between first and second year with an entertainment company in Canada.1NOYYNYGR
The Bernie Kom Memorial Award5000MBAEntranceOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThis renewable entrance award has been established to honour the memory of a long time respected friend, Bernie Kom. Mr. Kom worked in the Securities Industry for 40 years. His expertise in this areas helped many individuals attain financial independence. This award has been established to recognize these accomplishments. Each year a full-time entering MBA student will be selected to receive this renewable award. The recipient will have demonstrated previous academic excellence and must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
The Yuen Tse International Scholarship5000MBA
IMBA
EntranceVISAFallFull-timeAnyThe Yuen Tse International Scholarship will be awarded to a full-time incoming international MBA/IMBA student at the Schulich School of Business in recognition of academic excellence and merit. The recipient will have achieved a minimum GPA of 6.0 in previous

academic work, as well as an above average GMAT score.

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Thomas Beck MBA Award5000MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThe Thomas Back MBA Award will be awarded each year to a first year full-time MBA student. The recipient must have a minimum average of a B+. The recipient must also be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Schulich Scholarship for Entrepreneurship3500MBAContinuingOSOTFFallAnyENTRAwarded to a student entering second year of the MBA program with a concentration in Entrepreneurship. Recipient selection is based on entrepreneurial experience and on general scholastic ability.1NOYNNYGR
Joyce & Fred Zemans Scholarship at York University3300MBAContinuingANYN/AAnyARTMThe Joyce and Fred Zemans Scholarship at York University will be awarded to current graduate students at York University that have a minimum grade point average of 6.00 (B+). This scholarship has three awards. One award will be given to a graduate student enrolled in the Faculty of Fine Arts Graduate Program in Art History, with preference given to students with an interest in Canadian Art and/or Curatorial Studies. One award will be given to a student enrolled in the Schulich School of Business’ MBA program, specializing in Arts and Media Administration. One award will be given to a graduate student who is a Canadian citizen and is enrolled in the Osgoode Hall Law School’s Graduate Programs in Law, with preference given to students whose research focuses on Alternative Dispute Resolution or Access to Justice. 3NOYNNNGR
Carol Anne Letheren Women's MBA Award3000MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThe Carol Anne Letheren Women's MBA Award will be awarded each year to a second year full-time female MBA student. The recipient must have a minimum average of B+. The recipient must also be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
The Bickell Internship Award in Arts & Media Administration (Schulich)3000MBA
MBA/MFA
ContinuingOSOTFWinterAnyARTMStudents enrolled in the MBA Program in Arts and Media Administration, including those who are enrolled jointly in a Fine Arts graduate program, are eligible for this award in the year in which they undertake their internship commitment. This award is based on merit of the students' contribution to academic and cultural life. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need. The number of awards granted will depend on the number of applications. This award reflects the Bickell Foundation's commitment to the support of the arts and the strengthening of arts management capacity.1NOYYNYGR
The Foundation for Better Communities Award for Outstanding Leadership in Business Ethics3000MBA
IMBA
ContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThis 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. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNYYGR
International Student MBA Welcome Bursary2500MBAEntranceVISAN/AAnyAnyThe International Student MBA Welcome Bursary has been established by Schulich alumnus Sid Kurian (MBA’04) and will be awarded to an international, first year MBA student enrolled in the MBA Program, with a study permit/visa, who demonstrates financial need. 1NONNNYGR
Irwin Allen Nadal Entrance Award2500MBA
IMBA
EntranceOSOTFFallAnyAnyThe Irwin Allen Nadal Entrance Award is presented to an incoming MBA or IMBA student in recognition of academic excellence and merit. Selection is based on demonstrated academic achievement and financial need. Recipients must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 6.0 (B+). OSOTF guidelines apply.1NOYNNYGR
McKinnon Family MBA Entrance Award2500MBA
IMBA
EntranceOSOTFFallAnyAnyThe McKinnon Family MBA Entrance Award is granted in the fall to an incoming MBA or IMBA student. The recipient will demonstrate academic excellence and merit in previous studies and demonstrate financial need. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and a resident of Ontario.1NOYNNYGR
Miles Spencer Nadal Entrance Award2500MBA
IMBA
EntranceOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyAwarded to an incoming IMBA/MBA student in recognition of academic excellence and merit represented by a minimum grade point average of 6.00 (B+). The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Renee Anne Nadal Entrance Award2500MBA
IMBA
EntranceOSOTFFallAnyAnyAwarded to an incoming IMBA/MBA student in recognition of academic excellence and merit represented by a minimum grade point average of 6.00 (B+). The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
The Class of 1969 Centennial Fellows Award2500MBA
IMBA
ContinuingANYFallFull-timeAnyThis award will be given annually to a full-time MBA or IMBA student, in their second year of study, who has demonstrated dedication to academic excellence and a commitment to leadership as evidenced through their extracurricular involvement at Schulich. The recipient will have a minimum GPA of 7.00 and will be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and resident of Ontario who demonstrates financial need. This award was created by the Centennial Fellows, a group of class of 1969 MBA graduates of the Faculty of Administrative Studies, York University.1NOYNYYGR
The Delvinia Award for Entrepreneurship & Digital Innovation2500MBA
IMBA
ContinuingANYFallAnySTMG
MKTG
ENTR
The Delvinia Award for Entrepreneurship & Digital Innovation will be awarded to a second year MBA/IMBA student specializing in Strategic Management, Marketing or Entrepreneurial Studies. The student will demonstrate academic excellence and their connection to an entrepreneurial story like Delvinia's and their commitment to entrepreneurial spirit, digital innovation and drive - the hallmarks of Delvinia's success.1NOYNNNGR
The Kamlini Kumar Memorial Award2500MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThis award celebrates the life of Kamlini Kumar, MBA 2003, a remarkable young woman who rose to the top of her profession at a very young age and became CEO of Ophthalmic Consultant Centres. Given annually to a full-time MBA student who, like Kamlini, has demonstrated dedication to academic excellence, a commitment to leadership and community service. The recipient will have a minimum GPA of 7.00 and will be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and resident of Ontario who demonstrates financial need.1NOYYYYGR
Union Gas MBA Award2500MBAEntranceANYFallAnyBSUSIn recognition of academic excellence, and merit, Westcoast Energy Inc. has created the Westcoast Energy Entrance Award. Incoming MBA students who demonstrate academic excellence, at least two years of working experience, and demonstrate financial need are eligible. Preference will be given to students who plan to pursue a Business and Sustainability specialization. Recipients will have been active in their community and demonstrate leadership either in the workplace or with extra curricular activities.1NOYYYYGR
Wigwamen Scholarship2500MBAContinuingOSOTFFallAnyAnyAwarded to an 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.1NOYNNYGR
Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life Award2250MBAContinuingANYFallFull-timeFNSVThe Award will be given annually to a second year full-time MBA student specializing in Financial Services and a minimum of a 7.0 (B+) GPA. Preference will be given to a student with previous experience in the insurance industry.1NOYNNNGR
Alan and Esther Hockin Award in International Business2000MBA
IMBA
ContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeIBUSAvailable to full-time students in the MBA or IMBA program with a concentration in International Business studies. The award is presented prior to the recipient's enrolment in coursework at an exchange partner institution. The candidate must have demonstrated academic excellence and must enroll at an exchange partner institution. This fund was created by faculty, staff and friends of the Schulich School of Business to honour Alan Hockin, Dean of the Faculty from 1984 to 1988, and his wife Esther Hockin.1NOYNNYGR
Citibank President's Award2000IMBAContinuingOSOTFFallAnyIMBAAwarded to the IMBA student with the highest average in his/her core courses at the end of their third term. Students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need. This award is presented by Citibank Canada in recognition of the firm's commitment to global commerce and in support of the Schulich School's expertise in international management education.1NOYNNYGR
Karen Kinsley - CAAMP Foundation Scholarship2000MBA
IMBA
ContinuingANYWinterAnyPROPThe Karen Kinsley - CAAMP Foundation Scholarship is awarded to a second year MBA/IMBA student specializing in Real Estate & Infrastructure at the Schulich School of Business. The recipient will demonstrate overall academic excellence in Real Estate & Infrastructure elective courses completed to date and demonstrate financial need. Established by the CAAMP in honour of the service of Karen Kinsley, AMP, to the Canadian mortgage sector.1NOYNNYGR
Matthew Badeau Award2000MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyMr. Bradley J. Badeau has designated a gift to the Schulich School of Business in honour of his son Matthew. Awarded to a continuing full-time MBA student with demonstrates academic excellence in previous studies and financial need. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Michael Paul Sardella Award for International Studies2000AnyContinuingOSOTFFallAnyAnyEstablished in memory of Michael Paul Sardella, who spent his last few years working in Southeast Asia, this award recognizes his passion for travel and the study of different cultures. It will be awarded to an undergraduate or graduate Schulich School of Business student to travel abroad for internships with foreign organizations, as part of their international program of studies. The recipient must have a minimum GPA of 6.00 (B+) and demonstrate financial need. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons who are residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.

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Morguard Award2000MBAContinuingANYSpringAnyPROPThe Morguard Award will be provided each year to a second-year full-time or part-time MBA student who places in the top quartile of the class. The recipient will have identified Real Property Development as the focus on major area of study. Demonstrated leadership and/or contribution to the Real Property industry will be identified through a short detailed resume and cover letter. The award recipient must also interview for internship matching at Morguard Investments. The internship component of the award is optional.1NOYNYNGR
The Isaac Akande Scholarship Trust Fund2000BBA
MBA
ContinuingANYFallFull-timeAnyThe Isaac Akande Scholarship Trust Fund 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 a student entering Year 1 of the BBA Program or the full-time MBA Program. 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.1NOYYNYUG/GR
Thomas J. Bata IMBA Entrance Award2000IMBAEntranceOSOTFFallAnyIMBAEach Fall a limited number of incoming IMBA students are provided entrance awards. These awards are presented on the basis of academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons and residents of Ontario.4NOYNNYGR
Amanda Dean Chartrand Excellence Award in Health Management1500MBA
IMBA
ConvocationANYSpringAnyHIMPThe Amanda Dean Chartrand Excellence Award in Health Management is presented to a graduating MBA/IMBA student specializing in Health Industry Management. The student will demonstrate academic excellence (B average or better) and a strong connection to the health industry through community involvement or volunteer work.1NOYYNNGR
Amit Kumar Graduation Award for Academic Excellence1500IMBAConvocationANYSpringAnyIMBAAwarded to the graduating IMBA student who has achieved the highest cumulative grade point average over the five terms of the program. This scholarship remembers and celebrates the lives of Amit Kumar (IMBA’96), a remarkable graduate of the IMBA program, and his mother Kailash Kumar, a longtime friend of the Schulich School of

Business’ IMBA program.

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Max Wolfe Memorial Scholarship1500MBAEntranceANYWinterAnyAnyIn his lifetime, Mr. Wolfe's entrepreneurial drive, his sense of business ethics, and his profound attention to people, were the key factors responsible for his success in building the Oshawa Group. To be eligible for this scholarship, the recipient must be at least 26 years of age, have two years full-time working experience, be a graduate from an accredited Canadian University and have achieved first class academic standing. The recipient must also show evidence of involvement and leadership in community life. Applicants will be asked to submit a two-page essay detailing their entrepreneurial initiatives and explain how an MBA will contribute to their endeavors.1NOYYYNGR
Schulich Exchange Bursary1500AnyContinuingOSOTFAnyAnyN/AThe Schulich Exchange Bursary will be awarded to full-time students participating in the exchange program. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.VariesNONNN YGR
The Pratt & Whitney Canada Inc. International MBA Bursary1500IMBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeIMBAThis award is designed to assist full-time students wishing to pursue their education with an International MBA degree. Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.1NONNNYGR
Tillo E. Kuhn International Student Award1500MBA
IMBA
ContinuingVISAFallFull-timeAnyThis award has been established through the generosity of the family of Tillo E. Kuhn in honour of his lifelong interest in international studies and developing countries. This award will be given to a full-time MBA or IMBA international student studying on a visa who has achieved high academic standing in the first year of the program (B+ average or better). This student must show an interest in international business or international economics and must also have actively participated in life at the School in year one. Preference is to be given to a student from Africa or Latin America.



The first award will be handed out during the FW07 session.
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Victor Murray Non Profit Management & Leadership Bursary1500MBAContinuingANYFallFull-timeSOCMIn recognition of the work of Professor Victor Murray in developing the Nonprofit Management and Leadership Program, a bursary has been established to support a full-time student in the MBA program specializing in Nonprofit Management and Leadership and demonstrating financial need.1NONNNYGR
W. David Wood Award1500MBAContinuingOSOTFFallAnyACTG
FINE
Awarded to a second year MBA student who has selected studies in Accounting or Finance. The recipient must have achieved a minimum GPA of 6.00 (B+) following their first year in the program. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Michael R. Bigger MBA Award1400MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyAwarded to a full-time second year MBA student who has achieved a minimum academic standing of 5.0 (B) on the first 30 credit hours of the program. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, be Ontario residents and demonstrate financial need. This award has been established through a generous gift from Michael R. Bigger (MBA '92).1NOYNNYGR
Class of 2008 Graduate Business Council Award1250AnyContinuingOSOTFSpringAnyAnyEstablished by the Executive of the 2007-2008 Schulich Graduate Business Council (GBC), this award will be granted to a graduate student in the Schulich School of Business in recognition of academic excellence and positive contribution to the Schulich community. Eligible students must have completed a minimum of 30 credit-hours. Selection is based on demonstrated academic achievement, financial need and volunteer involvement at the School within the prior school year. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons and residents of Ontario. GBC Executives are not eligible for this award.1NOYYNYGR
Robert L. Rossman MBA Award1250MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeFINE
MKTG
The Robert L. Rossman MBA Award will be awarded each year to a second year full-time MBA student, with a focus in Finance and/or Marketing. The recipient must have a minimum cumulative average of B+. The recipient must also be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Russell and Suzy Campbell Bursary1125MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeFINEThis bursary has been established through the generosity of Russell Campbell (MBA '85) and his family. The bursary will be given annually to a second year full-time MBA student specializing in Finance. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to a student with previous experience in investment management.1NONNNYGR
Case Competition Marketing1000MBAContinuingANYFallFull-timeMKTGThe Case Competition Marketing Award is presented to a second year full-time MBA student with an area of concentration in Marketing. The recipient must demonstrate academic excellence and have demonstrated financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Chandra Wijaya Award in Financial Engineering1000MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeFNENEligible recipients will be second year full-time MBA students with an area of specialization in Financial Engineering. Preference will be given to students who are pursuing the Graduate Diploma in Financial Engineering. The student will demonstrate academic excellence and will be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and resident of Ontario who demonstrates financial need.1NOYNNYGR
CoreNet Global Scholarship in Real Estate1000MBA
IMBA
ContinuingANYSpringAnyPROPCoreNet 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. Students will be required to submit an application for the Scholarship and include a copy of their current resume and a written statement (500 words maximum) detailing which aspect of commercial real estate interests them most. 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. 2NOYYNNGR
Daniel & Nicole Simunac "Most Well-Rounded" MBA/IMBA Award1000MBA
IMBA
EntranceANYAnyAnyAnyThe Daniel & Nicole Simunac "Most Well-Rounded" MBA/IMBA Award is presented to an incoming MBA/IMBA student. The student will demonstrate good academic standing (B average or better) and well-rounded experience in extracurricular, community and/or industry involvement. Value: $1,000.1NOYYYYGR
Dennis Starritt MBA Award1000MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyAwarded to a second year full-time MBA student who has achieved a minimum GPA of 6.0 (B+) following their first year of the program. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Frederick G. Gardiner Scholarship1000MBAEntranceANYFallFull-timeAnyThis scholarship is awarded for academic excellence to a full-time student entering the MBA program with an undergraduate degree in engineering. The Lake Ontario Steel Company established this scholarship in honour of Frederick G. Gardiner.1NOYNNNGR
General Motors of Canada Limited Bursary1000MBA
IMBA
BBA
IBBA
ContinuingOSOTFFallAnyAnyCandidates for the General Motors of Canada Limited Bursary 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.5NONNNYUG/GR
James Gillies Award1000MBA
IMBA
MPA
ContinuingOSOTFFallAnyAnyJames Gillies, founding Dean of the Schulich School of Business, has long been known for his leadership in the university, industry and public sector. Eligible students be in second year of the MBA, IMBA or MPA programs and have achieved a minimum grade point average of 6.0 (B+) and have demonstrated significant contribution either in community life or University service.1NOYYNYGR
Jared Kligerman MBA/IMBA Award1000MBA
IMBA
ConvocationANYSpringAnyAnyThe Jared Kligerman MBA/IMBA Award is established by Schulich alumnus Jared Kligerman (MBA '11) and will be presented to a graduating MBA/IMBA student who demonstrates good academic standing and financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Joe Cicero Scholarship1000MBAContinuingOSOTFFallPart-timeAnyAwarded to a second year part-time MBA student with a minimum grade point average of 6.00 (B+) and demonstrated community contribution and/or worthwhile extracurricular involvement. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need. This award was established by the family of Schulich alumnus Joe Cicero (MBA '87), in his memory. Extremely active in the community in general, and with the Knights of Columbus, Joe Cicero rose to the ranks of senior management at Kodak Canada in his early thirties.1NOYYNYGR
Lake Ontario Steel Scholarship1000MBAEntranceANYFallFull-timeAnyLake Ontario Steel Company Limited provides a scholarship for an entering full-time MBA student with an undergraduate degree in engineering.1NONNNNGR
Larry Hurd 50th Anniversary MBA Bursary1000MBAContinuingANYFallAnyAnyThe Larry Hurd 50th Anniversary MBA Bursary is established by Schulich alumnus Larry Hurd (MBA/LL.B '80, LL.M '11) and will be awarded to a first year MBA student enrolled in the MBA program, who demonstrated financial need.1NONNNYGR
Leonardo Silva MBA/IMBA Award1000MBA
IMBA
ContinuingVISAWinterAnyFINEThe Leonardo Silva MBA/IMBA Award was established by international Schulich student Leonardo Silva during his final year of the IMBA program. The award will be granted to a second year international student enrolled in the MBA/IMBA program with a specialization in Finance who is in good academic standing and demonstrates financial need. 1NOYNNYGR
Nawel K. Seth Loan1000MBA
IMBA
ContinuingANYAnyFull-timeAnyEach year this loan program grants five $1,000.00 loans for full-time MBA/IMBA students who have financial need. These loans are granted interest-free during the term of the loan and must be repaid in full.5NONNNYGR
Nonprofit Program Internship Award1000MBA
IMBA
ContinuingOSOTFWinterAnySOCMStudents enrolled in the MBA Nonprofit Program can apply for this award in the year in which they undertake their internship commitment. The awards are based on academic merit and contributions to academic life at Schulich. Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Robert J. Gemmell MBA/JD Award of Excellence1000MBA/JDContinuingOSOTFFallAnyMBA/JDSchulich alumnus Robert J. Gemmell (MBA/LLB '83) has established this award to recognize academic achievement and commitment by a third year female student in the MBA/JD program. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.NOYNNYGR
Schulich Nonprofit Management Association Internship Award1000MBA/IMBAContinuingANYSummerAnySOCMAwarded to an MBA/IMBA student studying at the Schulich School of Business who is specializing in Social Sector Management (formerly known as Nonprofit Management and Leadership) with good academic standing (minimum 6.0 GPA), has completed a minimum of 30 credit-hours, and demonstrates financial need. The recipient must have completed an internship in the nonprofit sector.1NOYNNYGR
SIOR Scholarship in Real Property1000MBAContinuingANYWinterFull-timePROPThe Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) created this annual award to recognize a second year full time MBA student who has demonstrated scholastic achievement. The recipient must have achieved a minimum GPA of 6.0 (B+) in first year, be enrolled in the real property program, and demonstrate career objectives, prior academic achievements, work experience and personal contribution to Real Property through the student run Real Property Association.1NOYYNNGR
Stanley and Frances Weigen Award1000MBAContinuingOSOTFFallAnyGLPThis award is given annually to an MBA student that is participating in the Schulich School of Business Global Leadership Program, specifically the Schulich-Recanati Partnership. The recipient will have a minimum 7.00 (B+) average grade and will be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, who is a resident of Ontario and demonstrates financial need.1NOYNNYGR
The NAIOP Bursary1000MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timePROPAwarded to a full-time student entering 2nd year or with equivalent status, enrolled in either the MBA concentration or Diploma in Real Property Development. Recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need. National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) is a North American trade association of companies involved in the real estate industry with approximately 200 members. The NAIOP Ontario Chapter is managed entirely by volunteers and is responsible for the establishment of this bursary.1NONNNYGR
The Santino Acchione 50th Anniversary MBA Bursary1000MBAContinuingANYWinterAnyAnyThe Santino Achhione 50th Anniversary MBA Bursary is established by Schulich alumnus Santino Acchione (MBA '02) and will be awarded to a first year MBA student enrolled in the MBA program, who demonstrates financial need.1NONNNYGR
The Schulich School of Business Single Parent Bursary1000AnyContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThe Schulich School of Business Single Parent Bursary has been established by Nicole Balan (MBA ’98) and through the generous support of alumni and friends. Eligible recipients are full-time Schulich students who demonstrate financial need and self declare as a single parent with partial or sole custody of one or more dependent children under the age of eighteen. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and a resident of Ontario.NONNNYGR
The Stephen Reingold 50th Anniversary MBA Bursary1000MBAContinuingOSOTFWinterAnyAnyThe Stephen Reingold 50th Anniversary MBA Bursary was established by Schulich alumnus Stephen Reingold (MBA '90) and will be awarded to a first year MBA student enrolled in the MBA program, who demonstrates financial need.1NONNNYGR
The Thomas Joseph Palmer MBA/LLB Bursary1000MBA/JDContinuingANYWinterAnyAnyThe Thomas Joseph Palmer MBA/LLB Bursary is established by Schulich alumnus Jeffrey O. Palmer, MBA/LLB '81 and will be awarded to a first year MBA/LLB student enrolled in the MBA/LLB program, who demonstrates financial need.1NONNNYGR
The Winchcombe Scholarship Fund1000MBA
BBA
IBBA
ContinuingANYFallFull-timeAnyIn memory of Owen and Millicent Winchcombe, awarded annually for scholastic achievement to each of the top students entering Year 3 and Year 4 of the BBA/iBBA program and Year 2 of the full-time MBA program. No application required.2NOYNNNUG/GR
Union Carbide Scholarship1000MBA
IMBA
MPA
ContinuingANYFallAnyAnyThe Union Carbide Scholarship is provided to full-time students entering second year of the MBA/IMBA or MPA program. Selection is based on academic excellence and demonstrated financial need.2NOYNNYGR
Women in Leadership Student Award1000MBA
IMBA
BBA
IBBA
ContinuingANYWinterAnyAnyThe Women in Leadership Student Award has been established by the Women in Leadership Student Association at the Schulich School of Business. It will be awarded annually to a continuing female undergraduate or Master's level student enrolled in the BBA/iBBA or MBA/IMBA program. The recipient must demonstrate high academic achievement (minimum GPA of B+) and strong leadership abilities. Preference will be given to a student who demonstrates significant financial hardship.BBA/iBBA or MBA/IMBA program. The recipient must demonstrate high academic achievement (minimum GPA of B+) and strong leadership abilities. 1NOYNYYUG/GR
Women Who Rock Award in Global Mining Management1000MBA
IMBA
ContinuingANYN/AAnyMINEThe Women Who Rock Award in Global Mining Management was established by the Women Who Rock in honour of their first anniversary. The award recognizes a second year female student in the Schulich MBA/IMBA program who is committed to taking the GMM specialization and is currently enrolled in a minimum of three of the four core GMM courses. The recipient will be a passionate advocate of the specialization and the sector, as demonstrated through related extracurricular involvement in the Schulich/York University community and/or the sector at large. Applicants to the award will be required to submit a detailed resume highlighting their extracurricular involvement and passion for mining.1NONYNNGR
IBI Group Award625MBAContinuingANYFallFull-timePROPAwarded to a second year full-time MBA student, who is enrolled in the Real Property specialization, has demonstrated B+ standing and demonstrates financial need. This award has been made possible through a generous gift from IBI Group.1NOYNNYGR
Gregory Misztela MBA Award 540MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThe Gregory Msztela MBA Award will be awarded to a second year full-time MBA student who has a minimum B+ standing. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Andrew J. Sherwin Bursary500MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeENTRAwarded to a full time MBA student majoring in Entrepreneurial Studies. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NONNNYGR
George Gardiner Award in Arts and Media Administration500MBA
MBA/MFA
ContinuingANYWinterAnyARTMStudents enrolled in the MBA Program in Arts and Media Administration, including those who are enrolled jointly in a Fine Arts graduate program, are eligible for this award in the year which they undertake their internship commitment. The award is based on academic merit and contributions to academic and cultural life. This award was presented to the program in Arts & Media Administration in 1995 when George Gardiner, Founder of the Gardiner Museum was presented the Council for Business and the Arts $20,000 prize for his contribution to the arts in Canada. In recognition of the program's contribution to management in the cultural sector, Mr. Gardiner established this internship.1NOYYNNGR
Jose A. Danobeitia Bursary500MBAContinuingOSOTFFallAnyAnySchulich alumnus. Jose A. Danobeitia (MBA '75) has established this bursary to assist a student in the MBA program. Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.1NONNNYGR
Lorna Wright IMBA Graduation Award500IMBAConvocationANYSpringAnyIMBAGraduating IMBA (International MBA) students will be eligible for consideration for this award. The award will be presented to the graduate who has contributed the most to the advancement of the IMBA Program. The recipient will have made selfless contributions to the development of the IMBA Program through community service within the School and active participation in student life. The award will be presented each year at June convocation.1NONYNNGR
Schulich Outstanding Graduate Ambassador Award500AnyContinuingANYWinterAnyAnyThe Outstanding Graduate Ambassador Award honours a graduate student volunteer for exemplary contribution to the Schulich Graduate Ambassador Program. The award recognizes the recipient's exceptional participation, creativity, and commitment to a positive and memorable student experience.1NONYNNGR
Terence G. Kawaja MBA/LLB Award500MBA/JDContinuingOSOTFFallAnyMBA/JDPresented each year to a fourth year MBA/LLB student. The recipient will have demonstrated achievement of a minimum GPA of 6.00 (B) in each faculty, participation in a senior leadership role in the MBA/LLB Student Association, and contribution to the quality of student life. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and Ontario resident, and demonstrate financial need.1NOYYYYGR
The H. Ian Macdonald Award in Public Administration500MPAContinuingANYSpringAnyMPAThis award is presented to the MPA student with the highest grade point average in their core courses who demonstrates financial need. H. Ian Macdonald is President Emeritus of York University. He served as president and vice-chancellor for more than 10 years, from 1974 to 1985. He was also director of the MPA program and a professor of economics and public policy at the Schulich School of Business.1NOYNN YGR
The James Foy MBA '67 Leadership Bursary500MBAContinuingOSOTFFallAnyAnyMr. James Foy (MBA '67) was a member of the first graduating class and held the position of Executive Director of the Schulich Career Centre, where he was instrumental in assisting Schulich Business School graduates find careers upon graduation. The recipient must have received advanced standing in the MBA program from the York BBA/IBBA program. Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.1NOYNNYGR
The Mark S. Orlan Award500MBAContinuingOSOTFFallAnyENTRThe award is provided annually to a second-year MBA student in financial need. The recipient's area of specialization must be entrepreneurial studies. This award has been established through a gift from Schulich alumnus Mark S. Orlan (MBA '91).1NONNNYGR
The Michael and Mara Badali Bursary500MBAContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeAnyThe Michael and Mara Badali Bursary has been established by Salvatore M. Badali to provide an annual bursary to a deserving Schulich School of Business full-time MBA student. Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.1NONNNYGR
The Onex Award in Arts and Media Administration500MBA
MBA/MFA
ContinuingOSOTFWinterAnyARTMThe Onex Corporation's President and Founder, Gerald Schwartz, has had a lifetime commitment to the arts. This endowed award reflects his long history of arts support and commitment to strengthening arts management capacity. Eligible students are enrolled in the MBA Program in Arts and Media Administration, including those jointly enrolled in a Fine Arts graduate program in the year they undertake their internship commitment. Awards are based on academic merit, contribution to academic and cultural life and demonstrated financial need. Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario.1NOYYNYGR
The Worldreach Foundation Scholarship500MBA
IMBA
ContinuingANYFallAnyAnyThe Worldreach Foundation Scholarship is given to a second year MBA/IMBA student who demonstrates academic excellence (minimum 6.00 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.
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Zoran Fotak Award300MBAContinuingOSOTFFallAnyACTG
FINE
Director of Merrill Lynch Canada and Schulich alumnus Zoran Fotak (MBA '87) has established this bursary to be awarded to a MBA student who has demonstrated financial need and is specializing in either Accounting or Finance. Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.1NONNNYGR
Graduating Class 1994 Part-Time MBA Scholarship100MBAContinuingANYFallPart-timeAnyThe MBA graduating class of 1994 created this scholarship to be offered to a part-time student in the final semester of the MBA/MPA program who has achieved a minimum grade point average of 6.0 (B+) and demonstrates financial need.1NOYNNYGR
Graduating Class of 1994 International MBA/MPA Scholarship100MBA
IMBA
ContinuingANYFallFull-timeAnyThe MBA graduating class of 1994 created this scholarship. The scholarship is offered each year to a full-time MBA or IMBA student who has completed year one of the program with a minimum GPA of 6.0 (B+). The recipient must have contributed to the School, either through academic excellence or extracurricular activity. Applicants must demonstrate financial need.1NOYYNYGR
Tim Dye Memorial Scholarship100MBAConvocationANYSpringFull-timeAnyThe MBA graduating class of 1994 created this award to be presented to a full-time student in the MBA program who has demonstrated a commitment to student life through involvement in extra-curricular activities, student government or volunteer positions. A minimum grade point average of 5.0 (B) is required. The recipient must show continued involvement in the second year of the MBA.1NOYYNNGR
Dean's International Bursary - MBA in India Program15000MBA in IndiaEntranceVISASummerFull-timeAnyThe Dean's International Bursary will be given to incoming full-time MBA students enrolled in the MBA in India Program in Hyderabad, India who demonstrate financial need. 1NONNNYGR
EMBA Scholarship10000EMBAEntranceANYWinterFull-timeEMBA
Non-profit sector
The EMBA scholarship is awarded to an incoming EMBA student who has successfully completed the Module 1 courses in the EMBA program. The student must have a competitive profile, including but not limted to GPA, professional experience and demonstrated leadership. One award will be given annually to a student from the non profit sector.1NOYNYNGR
The Brian Dixon Founders Award 400MBAContinuingANYN/AAnyARTMThe Brian Dixon Founders' Award was established in 2014 during the celebration of the 45th anniversary of the MBA Program in Arts & Media and in honour of Brian Dixon, one of the four founders of the Program at the Schulich School of Business at York University. The award recognizes an Arts & Media student, who has completed a minimum of 30 credit-hours and demonstrates outstanding talent and promise through both solid academic achievement (minimum B+ GPA, 6.0) and significant contribution to the Arts and Media Program through extracurricular involvement in the Schulich/York University community and/or the cultural sector.1NOYYNNGR
The James Gillies Founders Award400MBAContinuingANYN/AAnyARTMThe James Gillies Founders' Award was established in 2014 during the celebration of the 45th anniversary of the MBA Program in Arts & Media and in honour of James Gillies, one of the four founders of the Program at the Schulich School of Business at York University. The award recognizes an Arts & Media student, who has completed a minimum of 30 credit-hours and demonstrates outstanding talent and promise through both solid academic achievement (minimum B+ GPA, 6.0) and significant contribution to the Arts and Media Program through extracurricular involvement in the Schulich/York University community and/or the cultural sector.1NOYYNNGR
The Joe Green Founders Award400MBAContinuingANYN/AAnyARTMThe Joe Green Founders' Award was established in 2014 during the celebration of the 45th anniversary of the MBA Program in Arts & Media and in honour of Joe Green, one of the four founders of the Program at the Schulich School of Business at York University. The Award recognizes an Arts & Media student, who has completed a minimum of 30 credit-hours and demonstrates outstanding talent and promise through both solid academic achievement (minimum B+ GPA, 6.0) and significant contribution to the Arts and Media Program through extracurricular involvement in the Schulich/York University community and/or the cultural sector.1NOYYNNGR
The Paul Schafer Founders Award400MBAContinuingANYN/AAnyARTMThe Paul Schafer Founders' Award was established in 2014 during the celebration of the 45th anniversary of the MBA Program in Arts & Media and in honour of Paul Schafer, one of the four founders of the Program at the Schulich School of Business at York University. The Award recognizes an Arts & Media student, who has completed a minimum of 30 credit-hours and demonstrates outstanding talent and promise through both solid academic achievement (minimum B+ GPA, 6.0) and significant contribution to the Arts and Media Program through extracurricular involvement in the Schulich/York University community and/or the cultural sector.1NOYYNNGR
Canadian Association of Women Executives and Entrepreneurs AwardVariesMBAContinuingANYWinterFull-timeAnyThe CAWEE Award is presented to a female full-time MBA student, who in their first year of study at York, has demonstrated academic excellence and demonstrated financial need.1NOYYYYGR
Claridge Israel Inc. Global Leadership BursaryVariesMBAContinuingOSOTFFallAnyGLPEach year, students selected to participation the Global Leadership Initiative Program can qualify for a Global Leadership Bursary. The Claridge Israel Inc. Global Leadership Bursary will be awarded to students participating in the York-Wharton-Recanati Partnership. In order to be considered, applicants must meet qualifications for field study selection. Recipients will use this funding to defray expenses of the travel and accommodations while in the field. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.VariesNONNNYGR
Developers' Den Case CompetitionVariesAnyContinuingANYWinterAnyPROPThe Developers' Den Case Competition, presented by RealNet Canada and the Altus Group is organized by Schulich’s Real Estate and Infrastructure Program and involves local and international student teams competing against one another and testing their strategic thinking skills, real estate knowledge and the ability to sell their ideas to a panel of developers. VariesNONNNNGR
Dr. Raymond Rupert ScholarshipVariesMBA
IMBA
ContinuingOSOTFFallFull-timeHIMPThe Dr. Raymond Rupert Scholarship will be awarded annually to a full-time MBA or IMBA student, in their second year of study, who demonstrates academic excellence (minimum 7.00 GPA, A-) and is specializing in the Health Industry Management Program at the Schulich School of Business. The recipient must demonstrate financial need and be a resident of Ontario and either a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person. OTSS guidelines apply.1NOYNNYGR
HIMP Alumni and Friends ScholarshipVariesMBA
IMBA
EntranceANYFallFull-timeHIMPAwarded to an incoming full-time MBA or IMBA student specializing in the Health Industry Management Program at the Schulich School of Business who demonstrates academic excellence (minimum 7.00 GPA, A-).

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IMASCO Awards in Art and AdministrationVariesMBAContinuingOSOTFWinterAnyARTMAll students enrolled in the MBA program in Arts and Media Administration concentration will be eligible for consideration for these awards. This endowed award reflects IMASCO's long history of arts support and its commitment to strengthening arts management capacity. VariesNONNNYGR
IMBA Internship BursaryVariesIMBAContinuingANYFallAnyIMBAEach year the Schulich School of Business awards a Work Term bursary to an IMBA student enrolled in the Work Term semester. Candidates are required to demonstrate financial need. The value is equivalent to full-time tuition fee for the semester.VariesNONNNYGR
International MBA Internship ScholarshipVariesIMBAContinuingANYAnyAnyAnyEach year internship support will be provided through this scholarship program by individual companies who will accept student for internship placement throughout the world. The value will vary with each placement but will cover the costs for the recipient in whatever the country of placement will occur (E.g. France, Spain, Japan, etc). The scholarship is tied to the Internship Placement for the International MBA.NONNNYGR
J. Mark Lievonen ScholarshipVariesMBA
IMBA
ContinuingANYFallAnyHIMPEstablished by Sanofi Pasteur Limited, Canada's Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies ('Rx&D') and J. Mark Lievonen (BBA '79, MBA '87), this scholarship is awarded to a second year MBA/IMBA student specializing in Health Industry Management at the Schulich School of Business. The recipient must have achieved academic excellence in their Schulich studies to date (minimum A-, 7.0 GPA) and demonstrate a significant level of interest and commitment to pursuing a career in the health sector (as demonstrated through the submission of a statement of interest).1NOYNNNGR
Master's Level Case Competition and Invitational Conference AwardVariesMastersContinuingANYAnyAnyAnyThis award will provide financial assistance to Master's Level students at the Schulich School of Business who have been invited to attend case competitions and/or to act as more than a participant in a conference. The Award will assist with a portion of the travel/competition/conference fees. NONNNNGR
MBA Full-Time BursaryVariesMBA
IMBA
MPA
ContinuingOSOTFAnyFull-timeAnyEach semester a limited number of bursaries are available to full-time MBA students. Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.NONNNYGR
MBA Part-Time BursaryVariesMBAContinuingOSOTFAnyPart-timeAnyEach semester a limited number of bursaries are available to part-time MBA students. Recipients must be Canadian citizens permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.NONNNYGR
Schulich Case Competition FundVariesAnyContinuingAnyN/AThe Schulich Case Competition Fund is available to Schulich students who have been approved for funding through the Dean's Office.VariesNOYNNNUG/GR
Schulich School of Business Alumni AwardVariesAnyContinuingOSOTFFallAnyAnyThe Schulich School of Business Alumni Award was created through generous contributions made by Schulich Alumni. All Schulich degree programs are eligible. Recipients must have achieved good academic standing. Recipients must also be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario, and demonstrate financial need.NOYNNYGR
The Dr. James Gillies Entrance AwardVariesMastersEntranceOSOTFAnyAnyAnyCreated in honour of Schulich's Founding Dean, Dr. James McPhail Gillies (1924 to 2015). This award will be given to an incoming master's level Schulich School of Business student who demonstrates academic excellence and financial need. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need. Value: Variable VariesNOYNNYGR
The Peter T. Zarry MBA AwardVariesMBAEntranceANYWinterAnyMKTGThe Peter T. Zarry MBA Award is made available to an incoming MBA student with a minimum 6.00 (B+) average, two years working experience with a focus on marketing and demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to a student who plans to pursue a Marketing specialization. The recipient will have been active in their community and demonstrated leadership skills. This award has been established by friends to honour the memory of Peter T. Zarry.1NOYYYYGR
The Schulich School of Business Alumni BursaryVariesAnyContinuingANYAnyAnyAnyThe Schulich School of Business Alumni Bursary waseEstablished by generous annual contributions of alumni and friends, the Schulich School of Business Alumni Bursary will support undergraduate and graduate Schulich School of Business students, part-time or full-time, who demonstrate financial need.VariesNONNNYUG/GR
Vikas Patel IMBA AwardVariesIMBAContinuingANYFallFull-timeIMBAThe Vikas Patel IMBA Award has been established by Schulich alumnus Vikas Patel (IMBA '96) and will be awarded annually to a full-time IMBA student, in their second year of study, who demonstrates academic excellence (minimum 7.0 GPA, A-) and a significant level of interest and commitment to pursuing a global career in business administration (as demonstrated through the submission of a statement of interest).1NOYNNNGR
Charles S. Mayer International MBA MedalMedalIMBAConvocationANYSpringAnyAnyCharles S. Mayer, Founding Director of the International MBA program, established the Charles S. Mayer IMBA Medal of Excellence in 1991. This medal honours the student graduating from the IMBA program who has demonstrated not only academic excellence and language ability, but who has also contributed significantly to student life within the School and to the ongoing excellence of the IMBA program.1NOYYNNGR
Graduate Award for Outstanding ContributionMedalMastersConvocationANYSpringAnyAnyThis award is presented to a graduating MBA/IMBA/MPA student who has demonstrated dedication to both the Schulich School of Business and fellow students. The recipient must have made a positive impact on student life through involvement in extra-curricular activities such as student government, student publications, clubs, sports or other events and activities.1NONYNNGR
Graduate Business Council Academic Achievement AwardMedalMBA
IMBA
MPA
ConvocationANYSpringAnyAnyThe GBC acknowledges academic excellence through these awards. The Gold Award is presented to the graduating MBA, IMBA or MPA student from Spring Convocation with the highest graduating average. The Silver Award is presented to the second highest achievement and the Bronze Award is presented to the third highest academic achievement. Medals are awarded at Convocation.3NOYNNNGR
Graduate Business Council AwardMedalMastersConvocationANYSpringAnyAnyIn the spring of each year, the Graduate Business Council Award is presented to the graduating MBA/IMBA/MPA student who has contributed the most to his/her program.1NONYNNGR
Hennick Medal for Academic ExcellenceMedalMBA/JDConvocationANYSpringAnyAnyThe medal will be awarded annually to the top student graduating from the JD/MBA program with the highest cumulative grade point average over their two degrees.1NOYNNNGR
L.S. Shum Gold Medal for Academic Excellence, MSFMedalMFConvocationANYSpringAnyCapital MarketsThe medal will be awarded annually to the top student graduating from the Master of Finance program (Capital Markets stream), Schulich School of Business, with the highest cumulative grade point average. Awarded at the annual Fall Schulich Convocation.1NOYNNNGR
OSOTF (Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund) Guidelines
Many awards listed indicate that students must satisfy OSOTF residency requirements to apply. Students who have been Ontario residents for a minimum 12-month period prior to the start of their study period are eligible to apply for these awards. In addition, students must be either Canadian Citizens or Landed Immigrants and must be able to demonstrate financial need.

 

Additional Sources of Funding

In addition to scholarships, awards, and bursaries, students can obtain financial support through provincial loan programs such as Ontario Student Assistance Program, private lenders such as banks, or part-time job opportunities.