Funding for Students

Below is information about funding opportunities such as scholarships and bursaries for students.

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TCF Undergraduate Scholarship

The TCF scholarship provides up to $45,000 for books and tuition for students studying in undergraduate programs at a recognized post-secondary school. To maintain eligibility, students are expected to enroll in a minimum of four courses per semester, with a...

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Quest for Excellence Scholarship Program

The Quest for Excellence program grants 40 scholarships of $1,000 each to graduating high school students in Canada who are pursuing a post-secondary education. Eligible applicants must write a 1,250-word essay based on one of three key themes: charitable community...

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T.S. McPHERSON ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS

One or more scholarships of a minimum of $4,500 per year, up to five years, are awarded to students of exceptional promise entering the University of Victoria directly from British Columbia secondary schools, colleges, and universities. Normally two scholarships are...

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Dr. J. Donald Rowlatt Entrance Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to a British Columbia secondary school student entering their first year at UVic and who has been granted admission to the Peter B. Gustavson School of Business. Preference will be given to an aboriginal student. This scholarship is...

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George W. Nelms Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to a student with high academic standing who is entering UVic directly from a secondary school or college in Northern British Columbia or the Peace River district of Alberta and intends to pursue a degree in a program offered by the...

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Jane-Claire Inkster Memorial Scholarship

Three scholarships will be awarded to students who intend to study programs other than business, commerce, or economics and who are entering the University of Victoria from British Columbia secondary schools, colleges, or universities. Preference will be given to...

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