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 are among the highest value offered to business students in Canada and around the world.

Application Process Selection Notification
Entrance Funding:

Incoming domestic students from Schulich Master programs with the exception of Master of Accounting (MAcc) will be invited to apply for entrance funding during the admission process.

International applicants are automatically considered for all merit-based entrance awards and scholarships1. Application is not required.

For those awards that have a financial need component and/or discretionary criteria (e.g. extra-curricular and community involvement, leadership abilities, etc.), invitation will be extended to shortlisted applicants.

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 will be selected by the Awards Committee according to approved award guidelines. Recipients will be notified via email if they have been selected to receive funding.

1  If your status has changed from international to domestic (up to 2 weeks after the start of the program), please contact your recruitment officer immediately. Change in status (with the support of valid documentation) means you may be eligible for exemption from the international student fee rate. Also, as a domestic student, you might be eligible to apply for Schulich Entrance Funding.

2  If you are an OSAP recipient, Starting in Fall/Winter 2024-2025, York University will report all scholarships, bursaries, and awards outside of the funding package to the Ministry of Colleges and Universities. Please note that changes in income may impact your OSAP entitlement.

Available Scholarships, Awards, and Bursaries

The table below contains a list of scholarships, awards, and bursaries available through the Schulich School of Business. Use the drop down 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.

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Schulich Awards, Scholarships, and Bursaries
Award NameValueProgram(s)TypeVisa/DomesticTimingStatusSpecializationDescription# availableRenewable?MeritCommunity ServiceLeadershipFinancial NeedProgram Level
Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit $ 80,000 MBAEntranceAnyFallFull-timeAnyThe Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit was created by Schulich alumnus, Robert Krembil, CM (MBA ’71, Hon LLD ’00) to recognize incoming MBA students who demonstrate the highest academic standing among the incoming class, a minimum of two years working experience, excellent communication skills, leadership ability, and contributions within the community, and must attend York University's Schulich School of Business at either the Keele campus or the downtown Miles S. Nadal Downtown Management Centre. The scholarships are renewable in the second year of the MBA 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. Two scholarships are available each year. Value: full-time tuition, renewable and a living subsidy of $5,000.

*Scholarship value reflected on the website is approximate and is subject to change. Actual value will depend on the tuition fee rate effective at the time the scholarship is awarded.
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Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit: Health Industry Management Program (HIMP) $ 80,000 MBAEntranceAnyFallFull-timeHIMPThe Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit: Health Industry Management (HIMP) was created by Schulich alumnus, Robert Krembil, CM (MBA ’71, Hon LLD ’00) to recognize an incoming fulltime student entering the MBA program specializing in HIMP who demonstrates one of or the highest academic standing (including incoming GPA, GMAT) of the incoming class, a minimum of two (2) years pre-MBA working experience, excellent communication skills, leadership ability and contributions with the community, and must attend York University Schulich School of Business at either the Keele campus or the downtown Miles S. Nadal Downtown Management Centre. The Scholarship is renewable in the 2nd year of the MBA program with achievement of GPA 7.0 (A-) or higher on the first 30 hours of course work. Value: full-time tuition, renewable and a living subsidy of $5,000.

*Scholarship value reflected on the website is approximate and is subject to change. Actual value will depend on the tuition fee rate effective at the time the scholarship is awarded.
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Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit: Master of Health Industry Administration (MHIA) $ 42,400 MHIAEntranceAnyFallFull-timeMHIAThe Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit MHIA was created by Schulich alumnus, Robert Krembil, CM (MBA ’71, Hon LLD ’00) to recognize an incoming student enrolled in the new Master of Health Industry Administration (MHIA) program who has an undergraduate degree from a recognized post-secondary institution, in a non-business field of study, with a minimum A average in the last two full years (or equivalent) of academic work; excellent communication skills, leadership ability and contributions with the community; and must attend York University Schulich School of Business at either the Keele campus or the downtown Miles S. Nadal Downtown Management Centre.Value: a full program fee scholarship (based on domestic tuition) and a living subsidy of $5,000.

*Scholarship value reflected on the website is approximate and is subject to change. Actual value will depend on the tuition fee rate effective at the time the scholarship is awarded.
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The Goldberg Leadership Award of Excellence $ 40,000 MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeAnyEstablished by Schulich alumni Richard Goldberg (MBA '86) and Yvonne Goldberg (MBA '86), the Goldberg Leadership Award of Excellence will benefit entering MBA candidates to support research and related scholarly and creative activities. The award will be granted to students who demonstrate academic excellence (GPA of 6.0 or B+), outstanding leadership qualities, innovative thinking, community involvement, and financial need. Funding will cover the equivalent of full-time domestic tuition and a portion of living expenses. The award will be renewable in the recipient’s second year, as long as the recipient maintains academic excellence (GPA of 6.0 or B+) in their first year of studies.1YYYYYGR
Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit: Master of Management (MMGT) $ 32,000 MMGTEntranceAnyFallFull-timeMMGTThe Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit MMGT was created by Schulich alumnus, Robert Krembil, CM (MBA ’71, Hon LLD ’00) to recognize an incoming Master of Management (MMGT) student who demonstrate the highest academic standing among the incoming class, possess an undergraduate degree from a recognized postsecondary institution, in a non-business field of study, and has work experience (preferred, but not required) and excellent communication skills, leadership ability, and contributions within the community. Value: full-time domestic tuition and a living subsidy of $5,000.

*Scholarship value reflected on the website is approximate and is subject to change. Actual value will depend on the tuition fee rate effective at the time the scholarship is awarded.
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Seymour Schulich MBA Entrance Scholarship $ 31,890 MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeAnyIn 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.3NYYYYGR
Tanna H. Schulich MBA Entrance Scholarship $ 31,890 MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeAnyIn 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.3NYYYYGR
Gary Whitelaw Strength in Diversity Award $ 25,000 MREIEntrance/ContinuingAnyFallFull-timePROPThe Gary Whitelaw Strength in Diversity Award aims to recognize and support incoming Master of Real Estate and Infrastructure (MREI) students who identify as Black, Indigenous, or female while promoting diversity, leadership, and academic excellence in the real estate and infrastructure field. To be eligible, students must identify as Black, Indigenous, or female, have a minimum GPA of 5.0 or B, and possess leadership qualities as evidenced by their past experiences, achievements, and/or community involvement as outlined in their application for admission to the MREI program. Recipients of the award will also be short-listed for the opportunity to interview for a paid internship program following graduation through BGO's Built to Lead Program and be provided with the opportunity for an optional mentorship with a senior team member from BGO.1NYNYYGR
Heather L. Main Scholarship (Women in Capital Markets) $ 25,000 MBAContinuingAnyFallFull-timeAnyThe Heather L. Main Memorial Scholarship is available to full-time students in their first year of the MBA program. 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.1NYYYNGR
Peter F. Bronfman Tech MBA Award $ 20,000 Tech MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyThe Peter F. Bronfman Awards were established in February 2000 and were created to honour the memory of the prominent business leader Peter F. Bronfman, who was a founder of predecessor companies leading to the establishment of the Brookfield Group of companies. Presented to an entering full-time student in the Schulich MBA in Technology Leadership program. The recipient of the award must demonstrate academic excellence in previous studies (B+) and financial need. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and an Ontario resident.2NYNNYGR
Peter F. Bronfman Entrance Award $ 20,000 MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyThe Peter F. Bronfman Awards were established in February 2000 and were created to honour the memory of the prominent business leader Peter F. Bronfman, who was a founder of predecessor companies leading to the establishment of the Brookfield Group of companies. Presented to an incoming full-time MBA student. The recipient of this award must have demonstrated academic excellence in previous studies (B+ average), with demonstrated financial need. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and an Ontario resident.2NYNNYGR
Scotiabank Scholarship in International Business $ 20,000 MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeAnyThe Scotiabank Scholarships in International Business will be awarded to incoming MBA students who hold an undergraduate degree from a post-secondary institution in Latin America (Chile, Colombia, Peru, Mexico). To be eligible, recipients must demonstrate academic excellence as determined by top academic performance in comparison to their peers. If there are no eligible candidates, then the award may be granted to an international student entering the MBA program at Schulich, based on academic excellence (minimum GPA of "A").2NYNNNGR
Krembil Public Healthcare Internship Program $ 15,000 MBAContinuingAnySummerAnyHIMPThe Krembil Public Healthcare Internships Program, originally launched through an initial test pilot which ran between 2014 and 2018, is designed to provide MBA students with dynamic and hands-on experience in the public healthcare sector while providing employers with talent recruitment and retention opportunities. Recipients must have completed their first year in the MBA program and achieved academic excellence in their studies (minimum of 6.0 GPA). Recipients also demonstrate a strong commitment to extracurricular work and community involvement, and provide a written submission detailing why they should receive a Krembil Internship and their interest in the public healthcare sector.3NYYNNGR
Scotiabank Global scholars Award - Canada $ 15,000 MastersEntranceDomesticAnyFull-timeAnyThe Scotiabank Global Scholars Award - Canada is offered to a domestic student who is entering into a full-time Masters program at the Schulich School of Business. Recipients must have a minimum GPA of 6.0 or B+ and must demonstrate financial need.2NYNNYGR
Scotiabank Global scholars Award - Canada $ 15,000 MBANEntranceDomesticAnyFull-timeAnyThe Scotiabank Global Scholars Award - Canada is offered to a domestic student who is entering into a full-time Masters program at the Schulich School of Business. Recipients must have a minimum GPA of 6.0 or B+ and must demonstrate financial need.2NYNNYGR
Scotiabank Global Scholars Award - DEI $ 15,000 MBANEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeAnyThe Scotiabank Global Scholars Award - DEI is offered to a domestic or international student who identifies as Black and/or Indigenous and is entering a full-time Masters program at the Schulich School of Business. To be eligible, recipients must have a GPA of 6.0 or B+ and demonstrated leadership skills.1NYNYNGR
Resource Capital Funds Scholarship $ 15,000 MBA,IMBAContinuingAnyWinterAnyMINEThe 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). 1NYNNNGR
Scotiabank Global Scholars Award - DEI $ 15,000 MastersEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeAnyThe Scotiabank Global Scholars Award - DEI is offered to a domestic or international student who identifies as Black and/or Indigenous and is entering a full-time Masters program at the Schulich School of Business. To be eligible, recipients must have a GPA of 6.0 or B+ and demonstrated leadership skills.1NYNYNGR
Dr. L.O. Bradley Leadership Entrance Award $ 12,500 MHIAEntranceAnyFallAnyMHIAThe Dr. L.O. Bradley Leadership Entrance Award to benefit students in the Master of Health Industry Administration (the "MHIA" program) who show outstanding leadership potential, innovative thinking and community involvement as outlined in their application for admission to the MHIA program. Recipients must also demonstrate financial need and have a minimum GPA of B+ (or equivalent) in their previous studies. The Dr. L.O. Bradley Leadership Entrance Award was a distinguished name in Canadian healthcare. As an inspiring leader. accomplished executive and caring physician, the award named in his honour will support students in the new MHIA program, which is destined to become a world-leading catalyst for future executives in the healthcare sector.2NYYYYGR
Stewart Family Entrance Scholarship $ 12,500 MBA in IndiaEntranceAnyFallFull-timeMBA in IndiaThe Stewart Family Entrance Award, which 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 Global Council. The award will be granted to incoming Schulich India MBA students who demonstrate overall academic excellence (B+ or better) in previous studies and financial need.4NYNNNGR
Canaccord Genuity Diversity Award of Excellence $ 10,000 MBA,BBA,IBBAEntrance/ContinuingDomesticAnyAnyCapital Markets
Wealth Management
The Canaccord Genuity Diversity Award of Excellence was created to benefit students at the Schulich School of Business. Canaccord Genuity (CG) and all of its affiliates aim to create a workplace where diversity is encouraged and in which all employees have the opportunity to realize their potential for excellence. To create economic opportunities in the Black community and to encourage a more equitable future, CG has established a well-rounded awards program that will unlock the full potential of Black students pursuing a career in capital markets/wealth management. The Award will be given annually to two (2) second-year Black BBA students who demonstrate academic excellence (minimum GPA of B+) and an interest in capital markets/wealth management. The recipients will demonstrate exemplary leadership and interpersonal skills, as well as strong experience in community-building. Unique to this awards program is the immediate investment of an optional continuous CG mentorship throughout the year and an opportunity to interview for a summer internship. Applicants to the Award will be required to demonstrate leadership/community experience and passion for capital markets/wealth management. Only Canadian citizens and Canadian permanent residents are eligible for this award. In the case where 2 BBA students cannot be identified, the award will be given to 1 graduate MBA student and 1 BBA student, and in the event that there cannot be an MBA student identified, the award may be granted to another Masters student. If no recipients meet eligibility, the awards maybe be awarded the following year. Value: $10,000 per student.The following individuals shall not be eligible for the Award:
1. Any director, officer or employee of Canaccord Genuity Corp. or its affiliates (“Canaccord Genuity
Employee”); and
2. Any relative (spouse, sibling, child, parent, grandchild or grandparent) of a Canaccord Genuity
Employee
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Colin Dickinson, MBA '97 and Nicola Dickinson Tech MBA Leadership Award $ 10,000 Tech MBAEntranceAnyFallFull-timeTech MBAThe Colin Dickinson, MBA '97 and Nicola Dickinson Tech MBA Leadership Award will be awarded to an entering student enrolled in the MBA or Tech MBA program who has demonstrated community leadership, academic achievement, and financial need. Colin and Nicola Dickinson are honored to inaugurate the Colin Dickinson, MBA '97, and Nicola Dickinson Tech MBA Leadership Award. This prestigious award is designed to inspire and support meritorious individuals facing financial challenges, who demonstrate exceptional leadership capabilities and academic excellence. It serves as a testament to their steadfast dedication and support towards advancing the Schulich School of Business's mission of achieving unparalleled excellence in business education.1NYYYYGR
EMBA Leadership and Innovation Scholarship $ 10,000 EMBAEntranceAnyWinterFull-timeEMBAThe EMBA Leadership and Innovation scholarship is awarded to an incoming EMBA student who has demonstrated leadership through innovation in their chosen field. The student must have a competitive profile, relevant educational and/or professional accomplishments, and the potential for roles with increasing responsibility.

Successful applicants are selected based on the quality of their candidacy. Selection criteria include educational and professional background, demonstrated leadership qualities, innovative approaches, career progression and potential, as well as financial need. Scholarship recipients will be selected by the EMBA scholarship committee.
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Franklin & Sasarman Simard Scholarship $ 10,000 EMBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)WinterAnyEMBAThe 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.1NYNNYGR
Harry Steele Entrance Award $ 10,000 MBA, Tech MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyThe Harry Steele Entrance Award is presented to an entering MBA and/or Tech MBA student. The recipient will have presented excellent academic standing (minimum GPA 6.0+) from previous studies. The recipient will also demonstrate financial need. OSOTF guidelines apply.1NYNNYGR
HP Canada Excellence Award $ 10,000 Tech MBAEntrance4AnyFallFull-timeTech MBAThe HP Canada Excellence Award will be awarded to a full-time student entering into the MBA in Techonology Leadership at the Schulich School of Business. The award will be given to an equity deserving student who self-identifies as Black, Indigenous or Female and who demonstrates community leadership and academic achievement (minnimum GPA 6.0).1NNNYNGR
International Global Scholars Award $ 10,000 MBAEntranceVisaAnyFull-timeAnyIn recognition of academic excellence and merit, the International Global Scholars Award is offered to incoming international students who have been admitted into a graduate program at the Schulich School of Business. Recipients of the award will have demonstrated academic excellence (minimum 6.0 GPA, B+) in previous studies.5NYNNNGR
Lawrence Bloomberg Entrance Award $ 10,000 MBA, Tech MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyThe Lawrence Bloomberg Entrance Award is presented to an entering MBA and/or Tech MBA student. The recipient of this award will have presented previous academic excellence (minimum GPA 6.0+) and financial need. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NYNNYGR
Marshall A. Cohen Entrance Awards $ 10,000 MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-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, 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.3NYYNYGR
Sonja I. Bata Legacy Award $ 10,000 MastersEntranceAnyAnyAnyAnyThanks to the generosity of the late Sonja I. Bata, the Sonja I. Bata Legacy Award will support an incoming Masters student who demonstrates academic excellence and exceptional leadership potential in either social entrepreneurship or responsible business. The recipient will be well-rounded and bring great experience in collaborating with teams from diverse backgrounds and with different mindsets.1NYNYNGR
Weston Family Foundation Entrance Scholarship $ 10,000 MMKGEntranceAnyFallAnyMMKGThe Weston Family Foundation invests in innovation and learning to deliver measurable impacts to the well-being of Canadians. We take a collaborative approach to philanthropy, working alongside forward-thinking partners to advance Canada and create lasting benefits. The Weston Family Foundation Entrance Scholarship will be presented to incoming Master of Marketing 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.1NYYYNGR
CN Railway Tech MBA Diversity and Inclusion Award$10,000 Tech MBAEntranceAnyFallAnyTech MBAThe CN Railway Tech MBA Diversity and Inclusion Award has been created to benefit an incoming student enrolled in the MBA in Technology Leadership Program (Tech MBA) at the Schulich School of Business. Applicants must identify as Black, Indigenous (Metis, First Nation or Inuit), or Female and demonstrate academic achievement (GPA 6.0) and community leadership. Canadian National Railway is committed to diversity and inclusion. We continuously look for ways to build a culture that is welcoming to all. Our diverse perspectives come from our team of railroaders of varying backgrounds, cultures, abilities, and perspectives. We believe that building a respectful and supportive culture is integral to our ability to innovate, make decisions, and better serve our customers, communities, and the North American economy.1NYYYNGR
Graywood Developments Master of Real Estate and Infrastructure Award $ 7,500 MREIEntranceAnyFallAnyMREIThis donation is designated to create the Graywood Developments Master of Real Estate and Infrastructure Award to benefit entering graduate students enrolled in the Master of Real Estate and Infrastructure (MREI) program. To be eligible, students must have an incoming GPA of B+ and demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who identify as Black, Indigenous or female.1NYNNYGR
Hennick Scholars Program $ 7,500 MBA/JDEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-timeAnyThis 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.2NYNNYGR
The Anna Maria Ewing, MBA '88 Women in Tech Leadership Award $ 6,500 Tech MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeAnyThe Anna Maria Ewing, MBA '88 Tech Leadership Award will be awarded to a Tech MBA candidate who has achieved academic excellence (B) and demonstrates financial need. Preference is given to a female student.1NYNNYGR
Dean's International Scholarship $ 6,000 MBAEntranceVisaAnyFull-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 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.10YYNNNGR
The Class of 1969 Centennial Fellows Award $ 6,000 MBAContinuingAnyFallFull-timeSUSTThis award will be given annually to a full-time MBA student, in their second year of study, who is specializing in Sustainability or International Business, and has demonstrated dedication to academic excellence, as well as a commitment to leadership as evidenced through their extracurricular involvement at Schulich. The recipient will have a minimum GPA of B+ 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.1NYNYYGR
Access to Success Fellowship $ 5,000 MBAEntranceAnyAnyAnyAnyEach year, the Schulich School of Business provides a number of Access to Success Fellowships to incoming MBA students who demonstrate overall merit and identify as having a disability. Selection will be based overall merit from the admissions profile. Recipients will have a minimum cumulative GPA of 4.0 (B-). 3NYNNNGR
Allen T. Lambert Scholarship $ 5,000 MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-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.1YYNNNGR
Brokers Trust Insurance Group Award in Memory of Gena Giansante $ 5,000 MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeACTG
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.1NYNNYGR
Carol Anne Letheren Entrance Award $ 5,000 MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-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.1YYYNYGR
Claude LeBlanc Scholarship in Sustainability and Entrepreneurship $ 5,000 MastersContinuingAnyFallAnyAnyThe Claude LeBlanc Scholarship in Sustainability and Entrepreneurship will be awarded to a graduate student at the Schulich School of Business who demonstrates experience in innovation and entrepreneurship, and a passion for sustainability and combatting climate change. The recipient will have a concept mapped out for a startup company they want to pursue while at the school or will have a company they are already building and want to continue developing while enrolled. Applicants must submit a cover letter and resume.1NNNNNGR
Dezsö J. Horváth Visionary Leadership Award $ 5,000 MBA, Tech MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeAnyIn honour of the Schulich School of Business Dean Emeritus Dezsö J. Horváth, the Dezsö J. Horváth Visionary Leadership Award will be awarded to an entering full-time domestic or international MBA or Tech MBA student at the Schulich School of Business who demonstrates overall academic excellence, as well as exceptional leadership skills and potential as evidenced from the recipient’s admission application.1NYYYNGR
George Weston Ltd Sustainable Supply Chain Leader Scholarship $ 5,000 MSCMEntranceDomesticSpringAnyAnyThe George Weston Ltd Sustainable Supply Chain Leader Scholarship will honour the contribution that George Weston Limited has made in the creation of the George Weston Ltd Centre for Sustainable Supply Chains at the Schulich School of Business. The award will be granted to two incoming full-time or part-time domestic students enrolled in the Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) program. Recipients must demonstrate high academic standing (minimum GPA of B+) and strong evidence of leadership ability and commitment to the sector. Preference will be granted to students with work experience related to Supply Chain Management. GWL is a Canadian public company with two operating segments: Loblaw Companies Limited, Canada’s largest food and drug retailer and a provider of financial services; Choice Properties Real Estate Investment Trust, Canada’s largest and preeminent diversified REIT.2NYNYNGR
Ian Lithgow Memorial Award $ 5,000 MBA, Tech MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyThe Ian Lithgow Memorial Award was created in memory of a great friend of York University and the Schulich School of Business. This entrance award has been established for a full-time MBA and/or Tech MBA student who has demonstrated previous academic excellence (minimum GPA 6.0+) and financial need. OSOTF guidelines apply. 1NYNNYGR
International Student Award $ 5,000 MBAEntranceVisaAnyFull-timeAnyEach year, the Schulich School of Business provides a number of International Student Awards to incoming full-time international graduate students who demonstrate academic excellence.VariesNYNYNGR
International Student Fellowship $ 5,000 MBAEntranceVisaAnyFull-timePEKINGEach 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 in previous studies (A average), leadership or entrepreneurship.1NYNYYGR
InterRent REIT and CLV Group Adversity Award $ 5,000 MastersContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyThis donation is designated to create an Award to benefit a continuing student enrolled in any program at the Schulich School of Business with a minimum B average, who is facing financial need, visible and invisible obstacles like income; mental health; racial, cultural and gender inequalities; or physical and learning challenges. Applicants must submit a personal statement of hardship. The Award will be adjudicated by Schulich's Student Services and International Relations (SSIR) department.1NNNNYGR
Irwin Allen Nadal Entrance Award $ 5,000 MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyThe 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.1NYNNYGR
John Hunkin MBA Award $ 5,000 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyThe John Hunkin MBA Award will be awarded annually to registered full-time students in their second year of the MBA program. Preference is given to those who have a minimum GPA of 6.0 ( B+). Students must demonstrate financial need, be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and resident of Ontario.1NYNNYGR
John Hunkin Scholarship in Leadership and Sustainability $ 5,000 MBAContinuingAnyWinterAnySUSTEstablished in honour of John Hunkin CM (MBA ‘69, Hon LLD ‘04) in commemoration of his 21 years of service as the Chair of the Dean’s Advisory Council, Schulich School of Business. The Scholarship annually recognizes a full-time MBA student who demonstrates academic excellence, combined with outstanding leadership, commitment and passion in the area of sustainability, as evidenced through engagement and contribution within the School, as well as the larger community.1NYYYNGR
Kenneth Laundy Entrance Award $ 5,000 MBA/JDEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-timeMBA/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.1NYNNYGR
KPMG Accounting Scholarship $ 5,000 DIAc,MAccContinuingAnyAnyAnyDiac
MAcc
The KPMG Accounting Scholarship will be awarded to students admitted to or currently registered in the Schulich Diploma in Intermediate Accounting (DIAc) or Master of Accounting (MACC) program. The successful candidates must demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.2NYNNYGR
KPMG Entrepreneurial and Family Business Studies Award $ 5,000 MBAContinuingAnyAnyAnyENTR
Family Business Studies
The KPMG Entrepreneurial and Family Business Studies Award will be granted to second-year MBA students who are specializing in Entrepreneurial and Family Business Studies. The successful candidates must demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.5NYNNYGR
Miles Spencer Nadal Entrance Award $ 5,000 MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyAwarded to an incoming IMBA 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.1NYNNYGR
Peyvand Melati New Venture Design (NVD) Award $ 5,000 EMBAContinuingAnySummerAnyEMBAAlumnus Peyvand Melati, EMBA '18, has established this award to encourage the winners of the New Venture Design (NVD) Course to make their venture a reality. The Peyvand Melati New Venture Design (NVD) Award will be given to the winning team of EMBA students participating in the New Venture Design (NVD) annual course capstone competition. Students who compete in the capstone competition of the EMBA New Venture Design Course in June. A panel will select the winning team at the final competition.1NNNNNGR
Renee Anne Nadal Entrance Award $ 5,000 MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyAwarded to an incoming 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.1NYNNYGR
Steven K. Hudson Finance Scholarship $ 5,000 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeFINEEstablished by Schulich alumnus Steven K. Hudson (BBA ’81), the 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 is a strong supporter of the York Community.1NYNNYGR
Steven K. Hudson MBA Bursary in Financial Services $ 5,000 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeFNSVEstablished by Schulich alumnus Steven K. Hudson (BBA ’81), the 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 is a strong supporter in the York Community.1NYNNYGR
The Bernie Kom Memorial Award $ 5,000 MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyThis 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 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.1NYNNYGR
The Erivan K. Haub Sustainable Leader Award $ 5,000 MBAContinuingAnyAnyFull-timeSUSTThe Erivan K. Haub Sustainable Leader Award will be awarded annually to a full-time second year MBA student at the Schulich School of Business. Preference will be given to students pursuing a specialization in Sustainability through the Centre for Excellence in Responsible Business (COERB) program. Recipients must demonstrate academic excellence (A), a strong background in sustainability or social entreprenuership and a commitment to solve sustainability challenges facing the world. Applicants must provide a statement of interest to demonstrate how they meet the criteria.1NYNYNGR
The Yuen Tse International Scholarship $ 5,000 MBAEntranceVisaAnyFull-timeAnyThe Yuen Tse International Scholarship will be awarded to a full-time incoming international MBA 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.1NYNNNGR
Thomas Beck MBA Award $ 5,000 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-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.1NYNNYGR
Schulich Scholarship for Entrepreneurship $ 3,500 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallAnyENTRAwarded 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.1NYNNYGR
The Junko Lui Award of Excellence in Business & Sustainability $ 3,500 MBA,IMBAContinuingAnyFallAnyBSUSKeiko Lui, MBA ’14 has established this award in honour of her mother, Junko Lui, and their shared passion for sustainability. The Junko Lui Award of Excellence in Business & Sustainability is awarded to a second year MBA/IMBA student specializing in Business & Sustainability at the Schulich School of Business. The award recognizes academic achievement and commitment to pursuing a career in business & sustainability. A minimum grade point average of 6.0 (B+) is required. Applicants need to demonstrate their interest through the submission of a statement of interest and must demonstrate financial need.1NYNNYGR
Joyce & Fred Zemans Scholarship at York University $ 3,300 MBAContinuingAnyWinterAnyARTMThe 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. 3NYNNNGR
Carol Anne Letheren Women's MBA Award $ 3,000 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-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.1NYNNYGR
Michael R. Bigger MBA Award $ 3,000 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-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).2NYNNYGR
The Condo Store Leadership Award $ 3,000 MREI,MBAEntrance/ContinuingAnyFallAnyPROPFor over two decades The Condo Store’s (TCS) stellar reputation as the authority in real estate investments has made them the leading pre-construction investment firm in Canada. It is their mission to provide investors with a secure, lucrative, transparent option amid a world of opportunities. TCS provides knowledge-based investments in the highest yielding asset class, Toronto real estate; and has created thousands of millionaires. TCS is committed to giving back to the society and communities where it lives and works through philanthropic support of various Canadian organizations.

The Condo Store Leadership Award will benefit incoming Master of Real Estate and Infrastructure (MREI) students or MBA students specializing in real estate and infrastructure at the Schulich School of Business. This Award will recognize students who demonstrate exceptional leadership through the submission of a one-page essay that showcases and speaks to their leadership principles in the real estate and infrastructure sector, as well as demonstrate financial need. This Award will be adjudicated by the Student Services & International Relations department at the Schulich School of Business.
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The Foundation for Better Communities Award for Outstanding Leadership in Business Ethics $ 3,000 MBA,IMBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-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 sustainability. Recipients will have demonstrated academic achievement. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.1NYNYYGR
Max Wolfe Memorial Scholarship $ 3,000 MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeAnyIn 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.1NYYYNGR
B.K. Sethi Award for Entrepreneurial Leadership $ 2,500 MBA in IndiaContinuingAnyAnyAnyENTREstablished by B. K. Sethi, the B.K. Sethi Award for Entrepreneurial Leadership will benefit a continuing MBA India student with a passion for entrepreneurship and innovation. Recipients must demonstrate creative thinking, leadership skills and a strong interest in the establishment of a startup concept that looks into the future and sees new possibilities. Applicants will be required to submit a resume and cover letter highlighting their creative and leadership experience as well as their entrepreneurial ambitions. The recipient will also have the opportunity for one-on-one mentorship through the Schulich Startups community. The award will be adjudicated by the Schulich School of Business’ Office of Student Financial Services. Value: $2,5001NNNYNGR
Caio Milhorati Graduate Business Council Award $ 2,500 MBANContinuingVisaFallAnyAnyEstablished by the 2018-2019 Graduate Business Council (GBC) Executive in tribute to their treasurer, Caio Melo Borges Milhorati (MBA 2019). The Award is given to a continuing international student attending Schulich on a study permit/visa, who is enrolled in a Masters-degree program. Recipients must demonstrate that they have made a positive contribution to the Schulich community through the submission of an application, and also demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to a student who has come to Canada accompanied by one or more dependants to attend the Schulich School of Business.1NYYNYGR
Caio Milhorati Graduate Business Council Award $ 2,500 MastersContinuingVisaFallAnyAnyEstablished by the 2018-2019 Graduate Business Council (GBC) Executive in tribute to their treasurer, Caio Melo Borges Milhorati (MBA 2019). The Award is given to a continuing international student attending Schulich on a study permit/visa, who is enrolled in a Masters-degree program. Recipients must demonstrate that they have made a positive contribution to the Schulich community through the submission of an application, and also demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to a student who has come to Canada accompanied by one or more dependants to attend the Schulich School of Business.1NYYNYGR
Igor Kim and Boris Gopka New Venture Design (NVD) Award $ 2,500 EMBAContinuingAnySummerAnyAnyThe Igor Kim and Boris Gopka New Venture Design (NVD) Award (“Award”) is created to benefit EMBA students in the New Venture Design Course (NVD) at the Schulich School of Business. The Award will be given to the second-place winning team of EMBA students participating in the New Venture Design (NVD) course capstone competition.1NNNNNGR
McKinnon Family MBA Entrance Award $ 2,500 MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-timeAnyThe McKinnon Family MBA Entrance Award is granted in the fall to an incoming MBA 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.1NYNNYGR
Portable Intelligence Award in Supply Chain Management $ 2,500 MSCMEntranceAnySummerFull-timeMSCMThe Portable Intelligence Award in Supply Chain Management honours the pursuit of excellence in supply chain studies. To our worthy recipients: "you have chosen a great career path - seize the moment, boldly go and make your mark."

This award will be granted to an incoming student enrolled in the Master of Supply Chain Management program. To be eligible, applicants must demonstrate academic excellence (minimum GPA of B+), leadership potential and financial need. Preference will be given to female students. Recipients may receive the optional opportunity to interview for a summer internship or a full-time position with Portable Intelligence.
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The Thomas Joseph Palmer MBA/LLB Bursary $ 2,500 MBA/JDContinuingAnyAnyAnyMBA/JDAwarded to an incoming 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.1NNNNYGR
Union Gas MBA Award $ 2,500 MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeSUSTIn 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 Sustainability specialization. Recipients will have been active in their community and demonstrate leadership either in the workplace or with extra curricular activities.1NYYYYGR
Wigwamen Scholarship $ 2,500 AnyContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyAnyAnyThe Wigwamen Scholarship will be awarded to a student enrolled in the BBA/iBBA, MBA/IMBA or one year specialized Masters program at the Schulich School of Business. The recipient must be of documented Indigenous descent, a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.1NYNNYUG/GR
Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life Award $ 2,250 MBAContinuingAnyFallFull-timeFNSVThe Award will be given annually to a second year full-time MBA student specializing in Financial Services and a minimum of a 6.0 (B+) GPA. Preference will be given to a student with previous experience in the insurance industry.1NYNNNGR
Alan and Esther Hockin Award for International Exchange $ 2,000 MBAContinuingAnyFallFull-timeAnyAvailable o full-time students in the MBA program. The award is presented to a student who participates 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.1NYNNNGR
Chandra Wijaya Award in Finance $ 2,000 MBA,MFContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)WinterFull-timeFINEEligible recipients will be Master of Finance or second year full-time MBA students with an area of specialization in Finance. 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.2NYNNYGR
Frederick G. Gardiner Scholarship $ 2,000 MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-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.1NYNNNGR
Lake Ontario Steel Scholarship $ 2,000 MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeAnyLake Ontario Steel Company Limited provides a scholarship for an entering full-time MBA student with an undergraduate degree in engineering.1NNNNNGR
Madhu Kumar Nittala Memorial Award $ 2,000 MBA in IndiaContinuingAnyFallAnyMBA in IndiaThe Madhu Kumar Nittala Memorial Award was created to benefit a graduate student in their second year of the MBA India program who has exemplified outstanding academic achievement and demonstrated financial need. Established by the 21-22 Graduate Business Council (GBC) at the Schulich School of Business and supported by the Schulich community, this award was created in memory of Madhu Kumar Nittala, who passed away suddenly during the first year of his studies in the MBA India program.1NYNNYGR
Margaret Grace Harris Bursary $ 2,000 AnyContinuingAnyFallAnyAnyThe Margaret Grace Harris Bursary was established through the generosity of the late Margaret Grace Harris. The bursary will be given annually to an undergraduate or graduate business student who is in need of financial assistance. 1NNNNYUG/GR
Matthew Badeau Award $ 2,000 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-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.1NYNNYGR
Michael Paul Sardella Award for International Studies $ 2,000 AnyContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallAnyAnyEstablished 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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Professor Wesley Cragg Memorial Fund $ 2,000 MBA,IMBAContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyFamily and friends have established this Award to honour and celebrate the achievements of the late Professor Wesley Cragg, the inaugural George R. Gardiner Professor in Business Ethics. Professor Cragg joined Schulich in 1992 and was instrumental in shaping the business ethics component for the undergraduate and MBA programs. The Professor Wesley Cragg Memorial Award will be awarded to a continuing MBA student with a minimum grade point average of 6.0 (B+), demonstrates financial need and a submission of statement of interest in sustainability. Preference will be granted to students of Indigenous heritage.1NYNNYGR
Thomas J. Bata Tech MBA Entrance Award $ 2,000 Tech MBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeIMBAThe Thomas J. Bata Tech MBA Entrance Award is presented to an incoming domestic Tech MBA student who demonstrate academic excellence (minimum GPA 6.0+) and demonstrated financial need. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons and residents of Ontario.10NYNNYGR
Amanda Dean Chartrand Excellence Award in Health Management $ 1,500 MBA,IMBAConvocationAnySpringAnyHIMPThe 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.1NYYNNGR
Amit Kumar Graduation Award for Academic Excellence $ 1,500 IMBAConvocationAnySpringAnyIMBAAwarded 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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BentallGreenOak Future Leaders in Real Estate Award $ 1,500 MREIEntranceDomesticFallAnyMREIThis award will be offered to an incoming student enrolled in the Master of Real Estate & Infrastructure program at the Schulich School of Business. The recipient must demonstrate a combination of academic achievement (minimum GPA of 6.0) and financial need. Applicants will be required to submit a short essay (300 - 500 words) that highlights one present day factor that the applicant believes will impact real estate in the decade ahead and explains why and what the industry can do today to prepare for the future. This Award is open to domestic students only.3NYNNYGR
HIMP Brenda Zimmerman Ellis Memorial Scholarship $ 1,500 MBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeHIMPWith funds raised from the Professor Brenda Zimmerman Memorial Fund, and in memory of late Schulich School of Business Director, Health Industry Management Program, Brenda Zimmerman Ellis, this award will be awarded to an incoming full-time MBA 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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Korhani Award $ 1,500 MBA/JDContinuingAnyAnyFull-timeAnyThe Korhani Award is established by Schulich alumna Lyla Korhani (MBA '01), her sister Ladan Korhani and family to be presented to a female second-year, full-time MBA/JD student at the Schulich School of Business. The student will demonstrate leadership skills and financial need. 1NYNYYGR
MREI Capstone Case Competition Prize $ 1,500 MREIContinuingAnyAnyAnyPROPThe annual case competition is part of the MREI capstone course, PROP 6080 – Creative Workshop. Prize winners will be selected by a team of external judges.VariesNNNNNGR
Schulich Exchange Bursary $ 1,500 AnyContinuingAnyAnyFull-timeAnyEach year, the Schulich School of Business will provide financial support to graduate students participating in exchange to help with travel expenses. A filing of expenses including tickets and proof of ticket purchase is required along with the bursary application. Deadline to apply is three weeks from completion of the exchange semester.VariesNNNN YGR
The Peter MacDonald and Edward Waitzer JD/MBA Students’ Association Leadership Award $ 1,500 MBA/JDContinuingAnyWinterAnyMBA/JDThe JD/MBA Students’ Association (‘Association’) operates at both Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business. The Association’s mission is to enhance the academic and social experience of JD/MBA students. All JD/MBA students are members of the Association. This Award was established by the 2018-2019 Executive Committee of the Association to honour the commitment and dedication that Professors Peter Macdonald and Edward Waitzer have to the JD/MBA student experience. Annually this Award will be distributed to a continuing JD/MBA student who possesses a minimum GPA of 6.00 and demonstrates exceptional commitment to leadership and generating positive impact within the JD/MBA student community through activities and initiatives of the Association. Applicants will be required to submit a detailed cover letter and resume. The Association Co-Presidents are not permitted to receive the Award during their term of office.1NYNNNGR
The Pratt & Whitney Canada Inc. International MBA Bursary $ 1,500 IMBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-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.1NNNNYGR
Tillo E. Kuhn International Student Award $ 1,500 MBA,IMBAContinuingVisaFallFull-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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W. David Wood Award $ 1,500 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallAnyACTG
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Class of 2008 Graduate Business Council Award $ 1,250 AnyContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)WinterAnyAnyEstablished 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.1NYYNYGR
Robert L. Rossman MBA Award $ 1,250 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeFINE
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Russell and Suzy Campbell Bursary $ 1,125 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-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.1NNNNYGR
Bob Elhart Prize in Entrepreneurship & New Firm Creation $ 1,000 MastersContinuingAnySummerAnyAnyEstablished by Chris Carder, Co-Director of Entrepreneurial Studies and Entrepreneur-in- Residence at the Schulich School of Business, the Bob Elhart Prize in Entrepreneurship & New Firm Creation course (ENTR 6605 MMGT), is awarded to the winning team (4-6 students) who presents the "top startup pitch"' as determined by a panel of independent judges during the final class. The winning team will be selected each year in July. Value: $1,000 per year1NNNNNGR
BrandCast Marketing Leadership Scholarship $ 1,000 MMKTEntranceAnyFallFull-timeMKTGLaunched in April 2020, BrandCast Community is an online resource started by two passionate marketers that offers an opportunity for professionals and students to learn about the world of marketing by featuring informative content – including articles, interviews, and webinars – and help anyone in the marketing community who finds themselves unemployed, looking for a career change, wanting to understand the various marketing fields, or learn how brands are navigating through the current state of affairs impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The BrandCast Marketing Leadership Scholarship will be awarded to an incoming Masters of Marketing student who demonstrates leadership skills, innovative thinking, and academic excellence (minimum GPA of A). The recipients will have the optional opportunity to engage in coaching and mentorship sessions to help achieve their career goals.
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Case Competition Marketing $ 1,000 MBAContinuingAnyFallFull-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.1NYNNYGR
CoreNet Global Scholarship in Real Estate $ 1,000 MBA,IMBAContinuingAnyAnyAnyPROPCoreNet 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. 2NYYNNGR
Dennis Starritt MBA Award $ 1,000 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-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.1NYNNYGR
General Motors of Canada Limited Bursary $ 1,000 MBA,IMBA,BBA,IBBA
ContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyAnyAnyCandidates 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.5NNNNYUG/GR
Ginny Boelhower Scholarship $ 1,000 MBAEntranceAnyFallAnyAnyThe Ginny Boelhower Award was created in memory of Ginny Boelhower to benefit female graduate students enrolled in the MBA program at the Schulich School of Business. It is to be awarded annually to an incoming female MBA student who demonstrates academic excellence (min. GPA B+), strong leadership potential, and an interest in women’s issues, the environment, or the arts, as outlined in their MBA admissions application. Virginia Jan "Ginny" Boelhower (1952-2020), MBA '81, was a successful business woman, a lifelong learner, and a passionate advocate for women, the environment, and the arts. She practiced acceptance and respect for the diverse range of people in our world and was known for lending support and encouragement to women in all walks of life. This award is established by family and friends to provide support in Ginny’s memory to females pursuing an MBA in the hope that they, too, will be prepared to excel in business and make meaningful contributions to society.1NYNYNGR
James Gillies Award $ 1,000 MBA,IMBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyAnyAnyJames 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 or IMBA 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.1NYYNYGR
Jared Kligerman MBA/IMBA Award $ 1,000 MBA,IMBAConvocationAnySpringAnyAnyThe 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.1NYNNYGR
Joe Cicero Scholarship $ 1,000 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallPart-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.1NYYNYGR
Kamlesh G. Moorjani Entrance Scholarship $ 1,000 MBA in IndiaEntranceAnyFallFull-timeAnyThe 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.1NYNNNGR
Leonardo Silva MBA Award $ 1,000 MBAContinuingVisaWinterAnyAnyThe Leonardo Silva MBA 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 program who is in good academic standing and demonstrates financial need.1NYNNYGR
Lidia Serras Memorial Scholarship $ 1,000 MBANContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyThe late Lidia Serras was a wonderful colleague and dedicated staff member at the Schulich School of Business. She was the Assistant Director of Graduate Recruitment and Admissions in the Student Services & International Relations unit. Lidia represented Schulich with pride and professionalism at student recruitment events across Canada and around the world. Lidia Serras passed away suddenly on January 20, 2021.

In memory of Lidia Serras, the Schulich community will establish a new scholarship in her name, to be awarded annually to a full-time Schulich School of Business student, enrolled in a specialized master program, who demonstrates academic excellence and financial need. The recipient must be well-rounded and possess experience working with teams from diverse backgrounds. Applicants for the scholarship must also have experience working with international organizations. The scholarship will reflect the values most closely associated with Lidia, dedication and loyalty, as well as her rich and highly diverse career, having lived and worked in three different continents for large global corporations and government organizations.
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Lidia Serras Memorial Scholarship $ 1,000 MastersContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyThe late Lidia Serras was a wonderful colleague and dedicated staff member at the Schulich School of Business. She was the Assistant Director of Graduate Recruitment and Admissions in the Student Services & International Relations unit. Lidia represented Schulich with pride and professionalism at student recruitment events across Canada and around the world. Lidia Serras passed away suddenly on January 20, 2021.

In memory of Lidia Serras, the Schulich community will establish a new scholarship in her name, to be awarded annually to a full-time Schulich School of Business student, enrolled in a specialized master program, who demonstrates academic excellence and financial need. The recipient must be well-rounded and possess experience working with teams from diverse backgrounds. Applicants for the scholarship must also have experience working with international organizations. The scholarship will reflect the values most closely associated with Lidia, dedication and loyalty, as well as her rich and highly diverse career, having lived and worked in three different continents for large global corporations and government organizations.
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Lorna Wright IMBA Graduation Award $ 1,000 IMBAConvocationAnySpringAnyIMBAGraduating 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.1NNYNNGR
Michelle Hughes Memorial Black Leadership Award $ 1,000 MMGTEntranceAnyFallAnyMMGTThe Michelle Hughes Black Leadership Award is in memory of Michelle Hughes who was a long-time employee of Schulich School of Business at York University. The award will be given annually to an incoming Black student in the Master of Management Program with demonstrated community leadership. The award is helping create a legacy for Michelle who was committed to advocacy and making business school education more inclusive and accessible for individuals from Black communities. Value: $1,000. Michelle Hughes was a loyal and well-loved colleague at the Schulich School of Business and who was the Recruitment and Communications Coordinator for the Master of Management program and the Master of Accounting Program at the time of her passing. Michelle was a proud and devoted mother, a loving wife, a good friend, and a caring mentor to many of the students she helped and got to know her so well. Michelle was committed to making business education more inclusive and accessible for individuals from Black communities.1NNYYNGR
Nawel K. Seth Loan $ 1,000 MBA,IMBAContinuingAnyAnyFull-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.5NNNNYGR
Robert J. Gemmell MBA/JD Award of Excellence $ 1,000 MBA/JDContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyAnyMBA/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.1NYNNYGR
Stanley and Frances Weigen Award $ 1,000 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallAnyAnyThis 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 6.0 (B+) average grade and will be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, who is a resident of Ontario and demonstrates financial need.1NYNNYGR
The Bill Graham (MBA '86) Global Leadership Award $ 1,000 AnyEntranceAnyAnyAnyAnyIn recognition of Bill Graham’s loyal and dedicated ambassadorship of the Schulich School of Business, alumni and friends have established the Bill Graham (MBA ’86) Global Leadership Award to support incoming domestic and international students who have been admitted into a graduate program at the Schulich School of Business. Recipients of the award will have demonstrated commitment to important global issues such as the environment, sustainability, and governance, as well as demonstrate academic excellence (minimum 6.0 GPA, B+) in previous studies and financial need.1NYNNYGR
The NAIOP Bursary $ 1,000 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-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.1NNNNYGR
Schulich Single Parent or First to Attend University Bursary $ 1,000 AnyContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyThe Schulich School of Business Single Parent or First to Attend University Bursary has been established by Nicole Balan (MBA ’98) and through the generous support of alumni and friends. Eligible recipients are either part-time or 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, or is the first to attend post-secondary education in their family, with preference given to financial need. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and a resident of Ontario.1NNNNYGR
The Winchcombe Scholarship Fund $ 1,000 MBA,BBA,IBBAContinuingAnyFallFull-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.2NYNNNUG/GR
Union Carbide Scholarship $ 1,000 MBA,IMBAContinuingAnyAnyFull-timeAnyThe Union Carbide Scholarship is provided to full-time students entering second year of the MBA/IMBA program. Selection is based on academic excellence and demonstrated financial need.2NYNNYGR
Women in Leadership Student Award $ 1,000 MBA,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. 1NYNYYUG/GR
Women's Infrastructure Network (WIN) Scholarship $ 1,000 MREIContinuingAnyAnyFull-timePROPThe Women's Infrastructure Network (WIN) Scholarship has been established by the Women's Infrastructure Network (WIN), on behalf of Anna Brighton (MBA '16), Toni Rossi and Vickie Turnbull (MBA '92) all of whom are past WIN awards winners. The scholarship will be awarded to a full-time female student enrolled in the Master of Real Estate and Infrastucture program who is in good academic standing and has taken at least one infrastructure course at the Schulich School of Business. The recipient must demonstrate high academic achievement (minimum gpa of A) and strong community leadership (either professional or volunteer). In addition to the monetary award, the recipient will also have the optional opportunity for one-on-one mentorship from Anna, Toni and/or Vickie.

Women's Infrastructure Network is a dynamic forum, with memberships from across Canada, that is primarily designed for women in infrastructure to facailitate connections, expand networks, and exchnage ideas to help shape the infrastructure agenda.
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IBI Group Award $ 625 MBAContinuingAnyFallFull-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.1NYNNYGR
Gregory Misztela MBA Award $ 540 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-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.1NYNNYGR
Andrew J. Sherwin Bursary $ 500 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-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.1NNNNYGR
George Gardiner Award in Arts and Media Administration $ 500 MBA,MBA/MFAContinuingAnyWinterAnyARTMStudents 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.1NYYNNGR
Jose A. Danobeitia Bursary $ 500 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyAnyAnySchulich 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.1NNNNYGR
Schulich Outstanding Graduate Ambassador Award $ 500 AnyContinuingAnyWinterAnyAnyThe 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.1NNYNNGR
Terence G. Kawaja MBA/LLB Award $ 500 MBA/JDContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallAnyMBA/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.1NYYYYGR
The H. Ian Macdonald Award in Public Administration (Management)1000 -3000MBAConvocationAnySpringAnySGMTThis award is presented to the student graduating with the highest average within the Strategic Management specialization. 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.1NYNNNGR
The James Foy MBA '67 Leadership Bursary $ 500 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallAnyAnyMr. 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.1NYNNYGR
The Mark S. Orlan Award $ 500 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallAnyENTRThe 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).1NNNNYGR
The Michael and Mara Badali Bursary $ 500 MBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-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.1NNNNYGR
The Onex Award in Arts and Media Administration $ 500 MBA,MBA/MFAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyAnyARTMThe 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.1NYYNYGR
The Brian Dixon Founders Award $ 400 MBAContinuingAnyFallAnyARTMThe 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.1NYYNNGR
The James Gillies Founders Award $ 400 MBAContinuingAnyFallAnyARTMThe 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.1NYYNNGR
The Joe Green Founders Award $ 400 MBAContinuingAnyFallAnyARTMThe 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.1NYYNNGR
The Paul Schafer Founders Award $ 400 MBAContinuingAnyFallAnyARTMThe 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.1NYYNNGR
Graduating Class 1994 Part-Time MBA Scholarship $ 100 MBAContinuingAnyFallPart-timeAnyThe MBA graduating class of 1994 created this scholarship to be offered to a part-time student in the final semester of the MBA program who has achieved a minimum grade point average of 6.0 (B+) and demonstrates financial need.1NYNNYGR
Graduating Class of 1994 International MBA/MPA Scholarship $ 100 MBA,IMBAContinuingAnyFallFull-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.1NYYNYGR
Tim Dye Memorial Scholarship $ 100 MBAConvocationAnySpringFull-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.1NYYNNGR
Benoît Lauzé Scholarship of MeritVariesMHIAEntranceAnyFallAnyMHIAThe Benoît Lauzé Scholarship of Merit will be awarded to an incoming Masters student of Health Industry Administration at the Schulich School of Business. Recipients must demonstrate academic excellence (minimum A average) from previous studies, be a supportive team player and enjoy life-long learning. To be eligible, a statement of interest is required. Applicants must have a sense of achievement and a strong interest in the medical field.

In memory of the late Benoît Lauzé (MBA '91), alumni and friends have established a special scholarship in Benoît's name. This scholarship will reflect the values most closely associated with Benoît, positivity and respect, as well as his drive to support people around him.
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Canadian Association of Women Executives and Entrepreneurs AwardVariesMBAContinuingAnyAnyFull-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.1NYYYYGR
CFA Awareness ScholarshipVariesMFContinuingAnySummerAnyAnySchulich School of Business is an Affiliated University of the CFA Institute, which awards a limited number of CFA Awareness Scholarships each year. The CFA Awareness Scholarship waives the one-time CFA Program enrollment fee (if applicable) and reduces the exam registration fee to US$350 (which includes access to the curriculum eBook). Please contact Schulich Financial Aid for eligibility and application process. VariesNYNNNGR
Claridge Israel Inc. Global Leadership BursaryVariesMBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallAnyAnyEach 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.VariesNNNNYGR
Dean's Entrance AwardVariesAnyEntranceDomesticAnyFull-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.VariesNYNNYGR
Dr. Raymond Rupert ScholarshipVariesMBA,IMBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)FallFull-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.1NYNNYGR
George Svec, MBA 1969 Scholarship EndowmentVariesMBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeAnyThe George Svec, MBA 1969 Scholarship Endowment was established by Schulich alumnus George Svec (MBA ’69). It is awarded to a student entering the first year of the MBA program, who demonstrates academic excellence and financial need. The recipient will have achieved a minimum GPA of 6.0 or B+ in previous academic work, as well as an above average GMAT score.1NYNNYGR
IMASCO Awards in Art and AdministrationVariesMBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyAnyARTMAll 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. VariesNNNNYGR
IMBA Internship BursaryVariesIMBAContinuingAnyFallFull-timeIMBAEach 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.VariesNNNNYGR
International MBA Internship ScholarshipVariesIMBAContinuingAnyFallAnyAnyEach 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.1NNNNYGR
J. Mark Lievonen ScholarshipVariesMBA,IMBAContinuingAnyFallAnyHIMPEstablished 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 or a student enrolled in the Master of Health Industry Administration (MHIA) program at the Schulich School of Business. The recipient must have achieved academic excellence in their Schulich studies to date (minimum A-, 7.0 GPA).1NYNNNGR
Jack Leitch Award in Entrepreneurial ThinkingVariesMBAEntranceAnyAnyAnyAnyTo celebrate Jack Leitch’s generosity and his legendary accomplishments in his career, the Jack Leitch Award in Entrepreneurial Thinking will be awarded to an incoming MBA student who demonstrates experience in innovation, product design, leadership and entrepreneurship. The recipient will have a concept mapped out for a startup company he/she wants to pursue while at the School or will have a company he/she is building already and wants to continue developing while at the School. To be eligible, applicants must submit a cover letter and resume. The recipient will also be offered one-on-one mentorship and ongoing support from a Schulich Entrepreneur in Residence and membership within The Schulich Startups Community (a group of more than 150 Schulich Founders).1NYNNNGR
Joyce Zemans Award of AchievementVariesMBAContinuingAnyAnyAnyARTMEstablished by alumni, family and friends, the Joyce Zemans Award of Achievement pays tribute to Joyce’s extraordinary career and impact and will be awarded to one or more MBA students (full or part-time) specializing in Arts, Media and Entertainment Management at the Schulich School of Business, York University. Recipients of the award will include continuing students who demonstrate leadership skills (or the potential for leadership), academic excellence in Arts, Media & Entertainment Management courses (minimum GPA of B average), and a deep passion and dedication to the arts, media and cultural industries.3NYNYNGR
Joyce Zemans Award of Achievement VariesMBAContinuingAnyWinterAnyARTMEstablished by alumni, family and friends, the Joyce Zemans Award of Achievement pays tribute to Joyce’s extraordinary career and impact and will be awarded to one or more MBA students (full or part-time) specializing in Arts, Media and Entertainment Management at the Schulich School of Business, York University. Recipients of the award will include continuing students who demonstrate leadership skills (or the potential for leadership), academic excellence in Arts, Media & Entertainment Management courses (minimum GPA of B average), and a deep passion and dedication to the arts, media and cultural industries.3NYNYNGR
Master's Level Case Competition and Invitational Conference AwardVariesAnyContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyThis 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. 1NNNNNGR
Schulich Artificial Intelligence Entrance AwardVariesMMAIEntranceAnyFallAnyMMAIThe Schulich Artificial Intelligence Entrance Award is presented to incoming MMAI students in recognition of academic excellence and merit. Recipients must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 6.0 (B+).VariesNYNNNGR
Schulich Black and Indigenous Student BursaryVariesAnyContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyThe Schulich Black and Indigenous Student Bursary will be provided to either part-time or full-time Schulich undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate financial need. Funding for this bursary program is limited and is allocated at the discretion of the Schulich School of Business on the basis of financial need and/or study level. Applicants will be required to complete the Schulich Bursary Application/SFP and self-identify as either/or Indigenous or Black. Value: variableVariesNNNNYUG/GR
Schulich Bursary SupplementVariesAnyEntranceDomesticAnyAnyAnyThe Schulich School of Business offers numerous forms of financial assistance (loans, bursaries, grants and assistantships) to their graduate students. Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.VariesNNNNYGR
Schulich Case Competition Bursary VariesAnyContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyEach year, a limited number of bursaries will be awarded to students participating in business case competitions. The bursary will provide financial support for the costs of registration, travel, accommodation and other expenses related to participation in case competitions. Eligible students will be enrolled in a Schulich School of Business degree program, demonstrate financial need and be in good academic standing.VariesNYNNYUG/GR
Schulich Case Competition FundVariesAnyContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyThe Schulich Case Competition Fund is available to Schulich students who have been approved for funding through the Dean's Office.VariesNYNNNUG/GR
Schulich Entrance Award of MeritVariesAnyEntranceAnyAnyAnyAnyThe Schulich Entrance Award of Merit is created in recognition of outstanding applicants to the Schulich School of Business Masters Level Programs. Selection will be based on the academic excellence and the admissions profile. Recipients must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 5.0 (B). VariesNYNNNGR
Schulich Experience Fund - Arts and MediaVariesAnyContinuingAnyAnyAnyARTMThe Schulich Student Experience Fund - ARTM has been designed to provide financial support for students studying in the MBA Specialization in Arts, Media and Entertainment to help with costs associated with attending arts, media and entertainment related conferences and special events that add to the students’ learning experience and provide valuable networking opportunities.VariesNNNNYGR
Schulich Experience Fund - Global Mining ManagementVariesAnyContinuingAnyAnyAnyMINEThe purpose of the Schulich Student Experience Fund - GMM is to provide students, specializing in Global Mining Management at Schulich, with financial support to enable them to obtain extensive interactions with industry leaders through attendance at industry events and conferences, strategy field studies at mining companies and mine site visits.VariesNNNNYGR
Schulich Experience Fund - Real Estate & InfrastructureVariesAnyContinuingAnyAnyAnyPROPThe purpose of the Schulich Student Experience Fund - RE&I Is to provide students, specializing in Real Estate and Infrastructure at Schulich, with new and practical learning experiences beyond the traditional classroom. These enhanced, hands-on learning experiences include tours, special guest lectures, global case competitions, field trips, specialized training on industry-specific software, career networking events and more.VariesNNNNYGR
Schulich Graduate BursaryVariesAnyContinuingDomesticAnyAnyAnyEach semester, a limited number of bursaries are awarded to domestic Schulich graduate students who demonstrate financial need.VariesNNNNYGR
Schulich International Graduate BursaryVariesMBANContinuingVisaAnyFull-timeAnyEach semester, a limited number of bursaries are awarded to international Schulich graduate students who demonstrate financial need. VariesNNNNYGR
Schulich International Graduate BursaryVariesMastersContinuingVisaAnyFull-timeAnyEach semester, a limited number of bursaries are awarded to international Schulich graduate students who demonstrate financial need. VariesNNNNYGR
Schulich International GrantVariesAnyEntrance/ContinuingVisaAnyAnyAnyThis grant has been established as part of Schulich's strategy to continue to attract top international students. Consideration given to academic achievement for both entering and continuing students.
Note: No application required. Applicable to: Incoming and Continuing international students: GPA <6.0 (for top candidates with less than GPA of 6.0 or lower than B+).
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Schulich School of Business Alumni AwardVariesAnyContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyAnyAnyThe 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.VariesNYNNYGR
Schulich Start-Up Night PrizeVariesAnyContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyThe Schulich Start-Up Night Prize is presented to the winning team at the annual Start-Up Night. Students and alumni from Schulich and Lassonde School of Engineering present their new start-ups to a hand-selected panel of top industry professionals and an audience of their peers.VariesNNNNNUG/GR
Schulich Startup India – Together 2021 PrizeVariesAnyContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyThe Schulich School of Business, in partnership with Startup India (Government of India), joined forces to create "Together 2021", an annual entrepreneurship bootcamp and venture competition. In January 2021, the inaugural event took place virtually with 250 student entrepreneurs from India and Canada participating by forming 50 teams who were challenged to come up with potential solutions in line with this year’s values of self-reliability, sustainability and social purpose. Through three judging rounds, leading venture capitalists and investors choose the top three venture ideas. The winning teams are rewarded with powerful startup tools, global networks and monetary support to realize their entrepreneurial dreams. Value: varies VariesNNNNNUG/GR
Schulich Startup Night AwardVariesAnyContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyThe Schulich Start-Up Night Prize is presented to the winning team at the annual Start-Up Night. Students and alumni from Schulich and Lassonde School of Engineering present their new start-ups to a hand-selected panel of top industry professionals and an audience of their peers.VariesNNNNNUG/GR
Special Program Internship BursaryVariesAnyContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyEach year full-time PhD, MBA, BBA students are selected for special internship work to support not only their own research interests but also for future career focus. The students will work as interns to the Program Director for the academic year. Programs supporting this internship development include Real Property Development, Arts & Media Administration, as well as any of the functional areas of concentration. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.VariesNNNNYUG/GR
Stuart McAllister AwardVariesMBAContinuingAnyWinterFull-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.1NYYNYGR
The Bickell Internship Award in Arts & Media Administration (Schulich)VariesMBA,MBA/MFAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)WinterAnyARTMStudents 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.1NYYNYGR
The Dr. James Gillies Entrance AwardVariesAnyEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-timeAnyCreated 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.VariesNYNNYGR
The Kamlini Kumar Memorial AwardVariesMBAEntranceDomestic (OSOTF)AnyFull-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. Minimum award value: $10001NYYYYGR
The Peter T. Zarry MBA AwardVariesMBAEntranceAnyAnyFull-timeMKTGThe 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.1NYYYYGR
The Schulich School of Business Alumni BursaryVariesAnyContinuingAnyAnyAnyAnyThe Schulich School of Business Alumni Bursary was established 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.VariesNNNNYUG/GR
Victor Murray BursaryVariesAnyContinuingAnyFallFull-timeAnyThe Victor Murray Bursary will support full-time or part-time students in the undergraduate and/or graduate programs demonstrating financial need.VariesNNNNYUG/GR
Vikas Patel Tech MBA AwardVariesTech MBAEntrance/ContinuingDOMAnyFull-timeTech MBAThe Vikas Patel Tech MBA Award has been established by Schulich alumnus Vikas Patel (IMBA '96) and will be awarded annually to a domestic student admitted to or enrolled in the Tech MBA program at Schulich, who demonstrates academic excellence (minimum 6.0 GPA, B+) and financial need.1NYNNYGR
Zoran Fotak AwardVariesMBAContinuingDomestic (OSOTF)AnyAnyACTG
FINE
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.1NNNNYGR
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.1NYYNNGR
Governor Generals Gold MedalMedalMBANConvocationAnySpringAnyAnyThis medal is awarded annually at Spring Convocation to a Master’s-Level graduating student who has shown the highest distinction in scholarship at York University. The Senate Committee on Admissions, Recruitment and Student Assistance chooses the recipient on the basis of academic excellence.1NYNNNGR
Governor Generals Gold MedalMedalMastersConvocationAnySpringAnyAnyThis medal is awarded annually at Spring Convocation to a Master’s-Level graduating student who has shown the highest distinction in scholarship at York University. The Senate Committee on Admissions, Recruitment and Student Assistance chooses the recipient on the basis of academic excellence.1NYNNNGR
Graduate Award for Outstanding ContributionMedalMBA,IMBAConvocationAnySpringAnyAnyThis award is presented to a graduating MBA/IMBA 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.1NNYNNGR
Graduate Business Council Academic Achievement AwardMedalMBA,IMBAConvocationAnySpringAnyAnyThe GBC acknowledges academic excellence through these awards. The Gold Award is presented to the graduating MBA or IMBA 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.3NYNNNGR
Graduate Business Council AwardMedalMBA,IMBAConvocationAnySpringAnyAnyIn the spring of each year, the Graduate Business Council Award is presented to the graduating MBA/IMBA student who has contributed the most to his/her program.1NNYNNGR
Hennick Medal for Academic ExcellenceMedalMBA/JDConvocationAnySpringAnyMBA/JDThe 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.1NYNNNGR

*Scholarships and awards are generally awarded in the fall to full-time students unless otherwise specified in the award description. 

OSOTF (Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund) Guidelines

Many awards listed indicate that students must satisfy OSOTF residency requirements to apply. The “OSOTF awards” refer to a class of awards, which have resulted from Ontario government’s “matching” program established in the late 1990’s. These awards are restricted to individuals who meet all of the following criteria at the time of application: 1) Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident of Canada or Protected Person; 2) Resident of Ontario as per OSAP guidelines; 3) Demonstrates 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.