To be awarded to graduate or undergraduate students who identify as Black student, based on financial need and a demonstrated commitment to community leadership in advancing social equity and/or outstanding contributions to the Black community. The recipient must be currently enrolled or accepted an offer of admission in a U of T program (undergraduate, Masters or Doctoral), second entry program or research-stream graduate program (Masters or Ph.D.).
To be awarded to master’s or doctoral students in the School of the Environment on the basis of financial need and academic excellence. Students in the JD/Certificate in Environmental Studies collaborative program are also eligible to receive this award. Preference will be given to students who are exploring practical based solutions to environmental issues and/or examining the market place for solutions to environmental issues.
To be awarded to a full-time or part-time undergraduate student on the basis of financial need related to daycare expenses.
To be awarded to an undergraduate student taking the course ESS 423 (Mineral Deposits) or its future equivalent for credit. By application as follows: Open to students across all three Uof T campuses, and international students.
The Estonian Scholarship Fund provides funding to students from Estonia, and to Canadian students researching topics related to Estonia, or doing work associated with the Chair of Estonian Studies. The award is made on the basis of academic merit and financial need.
To be awarded to a Hong Kong student who is pursuing studies in an applied sciences program (preferably in the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Engineering), on the basis of financial need. Academic excellence and community leadership will also be considered. The award is renewable for four years of undergraduate studies.
To be awarded to one or more student(s) taking part in the Summer Abroad Program who has completed at least one full-year of study Preference will be given to Woodsworth College students.
To be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students on the basis of academic standing. First preference will be for students from (or with connections to) the following West Indian/Caribbean countries: Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Trinidad and Tobago. Where possible, preference should also be given to women applying to or registered in programs where women are under-represented.