TAKE NOTE: Being authorized to study part-time by the Internships and Student Affairs Office doesn't guarantee eligibility for Bourse Perspective and other Scholarships/Awards.

TAKE NOTE: The content on this page is only relevant for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Education (B.A.(Education), B.Ed. and B.Sc. Kin). Undergraduate students in other Faculties and graduate students should contact their Faculty for the appropriate information.

In-Course Scholarships

The Faculty of Education has a number of scholarships and awards available for returning students.

  • In-course scholarships and awards are granted over the summer on the basis of GPA from the previous Fall and Winter terms (i.e. sessional GPA or SGPA)
  • Applications are not required, unless specified (see menu at left) 
  • To be considered for in-course awards, students must complete at least 27 graded credits in Fall and Winter (Summer courses and courses completed as “Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory” are not eligible)
  • All scholarships are credited to tuition fee accounts for the following academic year (half in the Fall semester and half in the Winter semester)
  • Students who have been granted an in-course scholarship must be registered on a full-time basis in the following academic year in order to receive the funds (i.e. more than 12 credits in both Fall and Winter)
  • All scholarship decisions are made by the Faculty of Education Undergraduate Scholarships Committee. For a full list of the Faculty’s scholarship and award opportunities, please consult the most recent version of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards University Calendar.



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