Awards

The Awards Sorter is available for students to explore awards (i.e. scholarships and grants) that are available to University of Toronto applicants and students. The tool provides details on awards, including how to apply, if applicable.

Information in the sorter is subject to change at any time depending on available funding, changes made to the eligibility criteria and the availability of new awards. 

The School of Graduate Studies maintains a list of major graduate awards accessible through their website.

Scholarship Sorter

Select the type of award you are interested in learning about. Future students should search for admission scholarships. Current students should look at awards for undergraduate or graduate students.

If the application deadline falls on a day the University is closed (e.g. weekend, statutory holiday, etc), applications are accepted on the following business day. 

Upcoming Application Deadline for Current U of T Students: Deadline has been extended to November 4th (Monday).

Use the Sorter to explore awards with an upcoming application deadline.

Tips to complete the award application:

Download the Adobe Acrobat Reader:

  • You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to complete the award application. You can download this for free from: https://get.adobe.com/reader/
  • The software is compatible with Mac and PC.

Download the PDF award application on your computer:

  • Save the PDF file before entering your information on the award application.
  • Remember to save the application form again with your information.
  • The name of the attachment should be: Last Name First Name 2019Fall.pdf

Email the completed form (in PDF format) as an email attachment to Enrolment Services (awards.uoft@utoronto.ca)

  • The application must be submitted (in PDF format) as an email attachment to Enrolment Services (awards.uoft@utoronto.ca)
  • Subject line must be “2019-20 Student Award Application”.

Some tips to select multiple awards:

  • If you are using a PC, you need to hold down the Control key and click on the awards.
  • For Mac, you’ll need to hold down the Command key and select multiple awards.


Name
Eligibility (Basic Eligibility)
Award
Action
Deadline
Availability
Level of Study
  • Be a Canadian citizen on the date of application
  • Be enrolled in a Canadian university as a full-time student in an undergraduate or graduate degree in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) in a topic of interest to the CSA and relevant to NASA’s mission priorities, as reflected in the available internship projects (NASA I2 Project List [PDF, 202 KB]). Candidates that are pursuing an undergraduate degree should have successfully completed a minimum of four (4) semesters of full-time study (or full-time equivalent) in their program. University enrollment should be effective at the time of application.
  • Have obtained, in each of the last two completed years of study (full-time equivalent), a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher on a scale of 4.0, or an equivalent standard if the student’s university does not use GPA (an average grade of “B” or higher).
  • Be proficient in written and spoken English.
Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be third or fourth year full time or part-time student enrolled in a Commerce/ Accounting Specialist
    • Third year students must be enrolled in a Commerce Specialist who are enrolled in a third year course in accounting (RSM320H, 321H, 322H, or equivalent courses) and who have successfully completed a second year course in accounting (RSM220H, 221H, 222H, or equivalent courses).
    • Fourth year students must be enrolled in Commerce Specialist who are enrolled in a fourth year course in accounting (RSM422H, 423H, 426H or equivalent courses) and who have successfully completed a third year course in accounting (RSM320H, 321H, 322H, or equivalent courses).
  • satisfy OSOTF criteria:
    • demonstrate financial need and
    • be an Ontario resident

The award is open to students on the St. George, UTM and UTSC campuses.

Current students
Application Required
25-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must be/have:

  • Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons (convention refugee)
  • Entering any first year program at the University of Toronto
  • Demonstrated financial need and academic merit
Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be in a Major or Specialist Program in Art History in the Faculty of Arts and Science or Visual Studies in the Faculty of Architecture.
  • demonstrate academic merit
  • satisfy OSOTF criteria:
    •  financial need and
    • be an Ontario resident
Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be enrolled in a Specialist or Major program in the Department of History of Art in the Faculty of Arts and Science or in Visual Studies in the Faculty of Architecture.
  • be in second or third year with a minimum GPA of 3.3 (B+)
  • demonstrate involvement in the community
  • satisfy OSOTF criteria:
    • demonstrate financial need and
    • be an Ontario resident
Current students Grant
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate full-time or part-time student. Each student is eligible for consideration at the end of the First, Second and Third years.
Current students
Automatically Considered
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be residents of Regent Park/Moss Park & Cabbagetown
  • demonstrate strong academic potential
  • have demonstrated the ability and desire to succeed in post secondary studies however have faced long term obstacles that have presented challenges in obtaining post secondary education attainment (including family circumstances, financial barriers and or environmental obstacles)

Four nominees each year will be selected as winners of the Beland Honderich Award.  Selected recipients will include:

  • 2 graduating grade 8 students entering the Pathways to Education Regent Park Program and
  • 2 graduating grade 12 student enrolled in the Pathways to Education Regent Park Program.
Admission
Application Required
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be students from Columbia International College
  • demonstrate academic excellence
  • admitted to any of the following faculty or program at U of T :
    • Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
    • University of Toronto at Mississauga
    • University of Toronto at Scarborough
    • Rotman Commerce
    • Faculty of Arts and Science
    • Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education
    • Faculty of Music
    • Faculty of Architecture Landscape & Design.
Admission
Automatically Considered
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be a Braemar College student admitted to University of Toronto

The award is granted on the basis of academic merit.

Admission
Automatically Considered
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must:

  • be international students who have graduated from TAIE International Institute
  • entering first year in an undergraduate program at University of Toronto
Admission
Automatically Considered
International Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • Undergraduate student of indigenous ancestry
  • Enrolled in second, third or fourth year of study
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate
  • Third or fourth year undergraduate student
  • Registered in the Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering or the Earth Science program, Faculty of Arts and Science
  • Pursuing studies related to a career in the mining industry
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Leadership skills demonstrated through extra-curricular and/or community involvement.
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate
  • Undergraduate student in the third or fourth year of the Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering or a Geology program, Faculty of Arts and Science
  • Rank academically in the top quarter of his or her class
  • Demonstrate outstanding leadership skills, as evidenced through active extra-curricular and/or community involvement
Current students
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate student entering third or fourth year of Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program,Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering or a Geology program, Faculty of Arts and Science;
  • have achieved a minimum second-year average of 85 % (APSC) or 3.18 GPA (A&S)
  • demonstrate financial need
  • have an interest in pursuing studies related to a career in the geological sciences
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate
  • Graduate or undergraduate, full-time or part-time student
  • Enrolled in a Women and Gender Studies Institute program
  • Meet all OSOTF requirements:
    • Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident of Canada or Protected Person;
    • Resident of Ontario; and
    • Demonstrates financial need
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate
  • Student graduating from Stratford Central Collegiate
  • Entering a program at the University of Toronto in science in the Faculty of Arts and Science, or in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
  • Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person (convention refugee)
  • Academic achievement and participation in extracurricular activities
  • Preference given to female students

 

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Visit the International Volunteer HQ website for details about the scholarship

Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students International Students
Open

You should apply for the Education and Training Benefit if:

  • you were honourably released from the Canadian Armed Forces (Regular or Reserve Force) on or after April 1, 2006, or are a member of the Supplementary Reserve and;
  • you meet the “length of service” requirement:
    • at least 12 years of authorized days of CAF Service (4382 days) to receive up to $81,920 or
    • at least 6 years of authorized days of CAF service (2191 days) to receive up to $40,960

You have up to 10 years following your release date to access this funding. If you released from the Canadian Armed Forces between 1 April 2006 and 31 March 2018, you have until 1 April 2028 to access the funding.

Please note: You cannot access this funding while you are participating in VAC’s Rehabilitation and Vocational Assistance program, or if you are receiving the Canadian Forces Income Support.

Admission Current students
Application Required
Domestic Students
Open
  • Full or part-time undergraduate student (including undergraduate international students)
  • Have financial need related to daycare
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Mar-20
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be full-time undergraduate student
  • demonstrate financial need
  • have extracurricular involvement in the University Community
  • have maintained a minimum academic standing of “C”
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

To be awarded to the University’s most outstanding secondary school students on admission. Recipients must be applying to the first year of direct-entry undergraduate studies.

Admission
Automatically Considered
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate
  • First-entry undergraduate students currently enrolled at the University of Toronto, in any discipline or major, and any campus
  • Assignments or research projects completed for course work at the University of Toronto during the current course year (Fall, Winter, Spring/Summer semesters eligible)
Current students
Application Required
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate
  • Hong Kong students who have completed or are in the process of completing the HKDSE, IB (or equivalent). Applicants must have the prerequisite courses needed for their chosen program at the University of Toronto; have an English proficiency test; intending to begin university studies in the following academic year
  • Permanent resident of Hong Kong who will return after graduation (i.e. a non-Canadian requiring a study permit);  not have citizenship, landed immigrant status, permanent residency or any other claim to residence in Canada
  • Demonstrate family financial need
  • Have strong personal initiative and community leadership; have a genuine interest in living abroad and wants to enjoy a new cultural experience
  • Be committed to developing a career and community service in Hong Kong.
Admission
Application Required
15-Jan-20
International Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate student from any Faculty at the University of Toronto
  • demonstrate academic merit and financial need
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be receiving OSAP in the current academic year;
  • have self-identified on OSAP application as being a Crown ward or in receipt of the Extended Care and Maintenance Allowance;
  • be registered in full-time studies, taking at least 60% of a full course load (40% if you are a student with a permanent disability);
  • be taking a program that you can enter directly from high school.
Grant
Automatically Considered for OSAP Recipients
22-Jul-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate
  • Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person (recognized convention refugee)
  • Enrolled full-time in an eligible program (refer to Eligible Programs)
  • Eligible for Canadian government financial aid or First Nations band funding
  • Receiving the maximum amount of aid available, but the funding doesn’t cover all university costs.
Admission Current students Grant
Application Required if not OSAP recipient Automatically Considered for OSAP Recipients
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Refer to Universities Canada website for scholarship details

Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Undergraduate
  • Undergraduate students entering first year of any program in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
  • Enrolled in a secondary school outside of Canada
  • Demonstrated leadership through involvement in the school or the broader community
Admission
Automatically Considered
International Students
Undergraduate

Must be enrolled or accepted to undergraduate or postgraduate degree programs in the following fields:

  • Business, Accounting or Finance
  • Marketing and Management, Digital Marketing or Sales
  • IT and Web Development
  • Leadership and Organisation
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Fashion and Design
Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students International Students
Graduate Undergraduate
  • Third or fourth year undergraduate students.
  • Have a piece of individual coursework that received an A grade or equivalent
Current students
Application Required
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

Applicants can be in any field of study towards the completion of a post-secondary certificate or diploma.

Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students International Students
Open
  • Enrolled in a post-secondary degree or diploma program
  • Completing post-secondary studies in a field that relates broadly to the work of Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA). Examples of eligible programs include: Environmental Studies, Landscape Architecture, Archaeology, Museum Studies, Forestry, and Civil Engineering
    Students who are currently employed by TRCA or who are immediate family members or relatives of TRCA employees, TRCA board members or Toronto and Region Conservation Foundation board members are not eligible to apply to this awards fund.
Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Open

The Corporate Culture Scholarship sponsored by The Investors Podcast is open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently attending any North American university.

Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students International Students
Graduate Open Undergraduate
  • Attending university or college
  • Be in good standing
Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students International Students
Graduate Open Undergraduate
  • Student must be eligible for the Donald Forster Award
  • Full-time students should apply during their second-to-last year of study, and part-time students should apply at the equivalent point in their degree studies
  • Students can apply only once to be considered for the award
Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate
  • Canadian citizens who are graduate students, prospective graduate students, or junior professionals

Refer to the Fulbright website for eligibility details:

https://www.fulbright.ca/programs/canadian-students/eligibility

Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Graduate
  • Any student who identifies as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, queer or two-spirited
  • Demonstrates a financial need
  • Attending or accepted by a post-secondary educational institution in Ontario to pursue their first post-secondary program of study.
Admission Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Undergraduate
  • Canadian students who are blind or low vision have the opportunity to apply for the T-Base-AEBC scholarship.
Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Graduate Open Undergraduate

Recipient must

  • be a graduate student
  • carrying out post-baccalaureate studies in any professional field or career related to youth services.
Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Graduate

Recipients must be/have:
Canadian citizens or permanent residents
Entering an Arts program in the Faculty of Arts and Science 
Minimum admission average of 92% 
Financial need
Candidates should have the intention of registering in an arts program at U of T.

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate student
  • demonstrate financial need
  • have demonstrated commitment to community work and/or participation in charitable activities
  • be Canadian citizen/permanent resident and resident of Ontario
Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Domestic students interested in learning a second language

Grant
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Open

Consult the Schulich Leader Scholarships website for detailed eligibility requirements.

Admission External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Applicants are required to submit the following documents in their application:
1. Participants should provide proof that they are either currently enrolled or have been accepted at an accredited university or business school at an undergraduate or a postgraduate level in any of the native English speaking countries. 
2. An essay describing your business.
3. Applicants are required to indicate their acceptance through the consent form and send it along with their application.

Current students
Application Required
31-Oct-18
Domestic Students
Open

The scholarship is open to candidates from: Denmark, Greenland, Faroe Islands, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden. All participant must be enrolled at an accredited post-seconary educational institution within 2018. Applicants are required to indicate their acceptance through the consent form and send it along with their application. 

Current students
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Open

The Scholars at Risk Award Program was established in response to the Syrian crisis which highlighted the growing refugee population worldwide.
The award is open to refugee students on admission to the University of Toronto on the basis of financial need.

To be awarded to refugee students on admission to the University of Toronto in an undergraduate or graduate program of study.

IMPORTANT: Graduate applications are  administered by the School of Graduate Studies. Please refer to the website for Scholars at Risk Fellowship if you are a graduate applicant.

Admission
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be a Japanese student from Japan proper
  • be registered at the University of Toronto as a full-time student, or planning to register satisfy admission requirements respecting English facility
  • not be receiving financial aid from any other source
Current students Grant
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Enrolled in a post secondary school; Ex-Service personnel, currently serving member of The Canadian Forces or the child or grandchild of a member

Grant
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Open

Recipients must be/have:
Canadian citizens or permanent residents
Entering a science program within the Faculty of Arts and Science
Minimum admission average of 92% 
Financial need
Preference is given to students from the Peel Region and/or a student registered in Victoria College.

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate student in penultimate year of study (or the equivalent point in degree studies for part-time students)
  • demonstrate participation in, and contribution to, student governance, student activities and athletics at the University of Toronto
  • have maintained a cumulative average of at least ˜B+ (CGPA 3.5)

Note: The financial circumstance of an applicant may also be considered, but will not be a determinative factor.

Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Review the eligibility and selection criteria for Rhodes Scholarships on the Rhodes Scholarship Trust website.
Students must meet the requisite immigration and residency requirements for the Rhodes constituency to which they are applying.

Current students
Application Required
03-Jun-19
Domestic Students International Students
Graduate Undergraduate

The scholarship is open to undergraduate or graduate students born after April 1, 1994 attending a college/university outside of Japan.  Successful candidates must be fluent in Japanese, “globally active” and determined to “solve social issues”.   

Current students
Application Required
09-Oct-18
Domestic Students
Open

Recipients must be:

  • an undergraduate or graduate student
  • submit an essay exploring International or Interracial Relations.
Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

The recipient must be:

  • A dependant of a member of the Canadian Forces who lost his/her life as a result of being deployed on an international operation.
  • Under the age of twenty-six
  • Admitted to an undergraduate first-entry program
Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must:

  • be students of Indigenous ancestry (First Nations, Metis, Inuit);
  • be studying full-time and involved in course work;
  • show academic achievement and previous and/or intended contribution to the native community.
Current students
Application Required
01-Jun-20
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

To be awarded to the University’s most outstanding secondary school students on admission. Recipients must be applying to the first year of direct-entry undergraduate studies.

Admission
Automatically Considered
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

Full-time students; Interested in a career in insurance; age 26 or younger

Current students
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Open

Canadian citizens or permanent residents

Current students
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate

Recipients must:  be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons living in Ontario at the time of studies; be taking between 20% and 59% of a full course load in a particular term; be enrolled in a program of student leading to a certificate, degree, or diploma; be enrolled in a study period that is between four and 52 weeks in length; have financial need according to the Part-time OSAP need assessment.

Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Open

Recipient must: be an Ontario resident who is a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; enrolled in an approved degree program that is 12 weeks or more in length; have financial need according to the OSAP need assessment  Taking at least 60% of a full course load (1.5 credits per term for undergraduate students) (or 40% if you have a permanent disability (1.0 credits per term for undergraduate students)) — see OSAP for Part-Time Students if studying part time.

Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Open

Ontario residents who are First Nations, Inuit, or Métis

Current students
Application Required
31-May-19
Domestic Students
Open

Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents/protected persons (convention refugee) and Ontario resident; entering any first-entry undergraduate program at the University of Toronto; have a minimum admission average of 92%; demonstrate financial need.

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

This scholarship is provided to a student with cerebral palsy who is a current Lifetime Member of OFCP and who is enrolled in an Ontario College or University and who has completed his or her first year of instruction at University or College.  Course transcripts including marks are required.  Applicants must be residents of Ontario.

Current students
Application Required
27-Jun-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must

  • be a Canadian citizen /permanent resident and resident of Ontario;
  • be an undergraduate student in second or third year in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, the Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto Mississauga or University of Toronto Scarborough and
  • demonstrate financial need and academic merit
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate student registered with Accessibility Services;
  • demonstrate financial need.

Preference will be given to students with a physical or sensory disability.

Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Protected Person; Registered in a certificate, degree or diploma program; Taking less than 60% of a full course load in a particular term of study; Annual gross income equal to or less than the eligible income levels for family size; Making satisfactory academic progress; Must not have received funding from a full-time student financial aid program for the same term; Must not be restricted from receiving government student aid (e.g., OSAP).

Grant
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons (convention refugees) who are of Japanese-Canadian ancestry; be entering any first-entry undergraduate program at the University of Toronto; have a minimum admission average of 92%; demonstrate financial need.

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate student finishing third year;
  • demonstrate academic excellence, leadership and community involvement.
Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Canadian citizen or permanent resident; permanent disability

Current students
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Open

Students who have been nominated by their schools as National Book Award recipients may submit applications to the National Scholarship Program. In addition, students who identify themselves as meeting the scholarship criteria are invited to apply directly for the National Scholarship, without having been nominated for the Book Award.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • an original and creative thinker committed to school and community
  • a high achiever in academic and creative pursuits
  • enthusiastic about learning and intellectual exploration
  • a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person currently in your final year of Canadian secondary school or first-year CEGEP
    intending to begin university the following academic year
  • a National Book Award nominee or self-identify as meeting the criteria above
Admission
Application Required
24-Oct-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must be:
Nominated by their secondary school;
Canadian secondary school students intending to begin university the following academic year;
Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons;
Students who demonstrate superior academic performance, original and creative thought, and exceptional achievement in a broad context;
Students who excel in academic pursuits, demonstrate enthusiasm for intellectual exploration and have a strong involvement in the lives of their schools and communities.

Admission
Nomination Required
17-Oct-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate
External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Open

Recipient must

  • be Metis students and
  • demonstrate financial need.
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Proof of acceptance in a Nurse Practitioner Program at a recognized Ontario university
Canadian Citizenship
  See website for full details

Current students
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate or graduate student;
  • demonstrate an interest in relations between Japan and Canada;
  • area of study is in business, economics or international relations.
Current students
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

The Lu Shen Chan Education Scholarship is open to Canadian citizens entering first year university who have at least one grandparent that is Chinese.

External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Canadian citizen or permanent resident; Incoming student; strong academic performance; leader

Admission
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must be Canadian citizens/permanent residents/protected persons (convention refugees) and Ontario residents; be entering any first-entry undergraduate program at the University of Toronto; have a minimum admission average of 92%; have financial need; have been active as leaders in high school and who have attained respect as well-rounded citizens in their school and community.

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate
  • an international student (i.e. a non-Canadian requiring a study permit)
  • an original and creative thinker committed to school and community
  • a high achiever in academic and creative pursuits
  • enthusiastic about learning and intellectual exploration
  • have demonstrated strong leadership skills
  • currently in their final year of secondary school or have graduated no earlier than June 2019
  • intending to begin university in the upcoming academic year (students already attending post-secondary studies cannot be considered; students starting their studies in January 2020 at another post-secondary institution cannot be considered)
Admission
Nomination Required
International Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate student
  • be a Canadian citizen/permanent resident and a resident of Ontario
  • demonstrate financial need
  • demonstrate outstanding academic achievement

Preference will be given to candidates from the Afro-Canadian community and Metro Toronto Housing Authority residents.

Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate
Current students
Application Required
18-Dec-19
Domestic Students
Open

There are two separate awards, one for engineering students, the other for nursing students.  Awarded to students on the basis of need and a personal statement that outlines the student’s views on how society should function so humanist values are honoured.

Grant
Application Required
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must

  • be an undergraduate student in the second or higher year of study
  • have obtained at least first class honours standing.

Preference is given to descendants of individuals having served in the armed forces (proof of service is required).

Current students
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Applicants must be:

  • Full-time first and second year students enrolled in Science, Arts or Business programs in the 2018-2019 academic year
  • 75% CGPA minimum
  • Demonstrated community involvement
  • Financial need
Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must:

  • be graduate or undergraduate students
  • be in a program of study and have career interests in the area of public life or social work, with an emphasis on penology
  • demonstrate financial need
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Recipients must be:
Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons (convention refugees);
Entering any first-entry undergraduate program at the University of Toronto
With a minimum admission average of 92%;
Awarded to a student from Guelph C. I.

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate student in Arts and Science at the University of Toronto (St. George, Mississauga or Scarborough campus);
  • have a minimum grade point average of 3.3 (B+);
  • demonstrate outstanding academic and extra-curricular leadership;
  • be in his or her graduating year, and intending to pursue a second degree or studies at the graduate level.
Current students
Application Required
02-Dec-19
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

Candidate must

  • be a student in any program at the University of Toronto
  • have at least one parent born in Italy and
  • demonstrate financial need.
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Women pursuing a business or business related degree who demonstrate great potential in the field.

Current students
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Open

The competition is open to graduate and honours students currently enrolled in a program of studies within the last twelve months.

Current students
Application Required
Domestic Students
Open

Recipient must:

  • be a Canadian citizen /permanent resident and resident of Ontario;
  • be a full-time or part-time Undergraduate student
  • be physically disabled
  • demonstrate superior academic achievement
  • have completed at least five university-level courses, or the equivalent.
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Canadian citizens in at least the second year of their doctoral program in Canada or another Commonwealth country. Must hold a first degree from a Canadian university.

Current students
Application Required
Domestic Students
Graduate

Applicants must:

  • be currently enrolled or intending to enroll (i.e., as of September 2018) as a full-time student in Business or Engineering areas of study at an accredited university in Canada or U.S.; and to support the application with appropriate documentation, including but not limited to: school transcripts (unofficial), invitation or acceptance letter from the institution.
  • maintain a minimum 75% average or equal GPA from the most recent term/semester
  • be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, U.S. citizen or Green Card holder or student visa holder or study permit holder and be able to support it with a clear and legible photocopy.
Current students
Application Required
30-Nov-18
Domestic Students
Open

Canadian resident, Indigenous individuals who are either First Nation status, recognized by the Federal Government or non-status,* Inuit or Metis (see website for full details)

Current students
Application Required
08-Oct-19
Domestic Students
Open

Indigenous students, residents of Ontario, on the basis on financial need

Grant
Application Required
31-Jan-20
Domestic Students
Open

Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons (convention refugee) attending Canadian secondary school within Canada; Entering any first-entry Humanities program; With a minimum admission average of 92%. It will be awarded to students on the basis of academic performance and demonstrated interest in and commitment to study in the Humanities at the University of Toronto.

Admission
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Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Awarded to graduates of Goderich Collegiate Institute entering any first-entry undergraduate program at the University of Toronto. Selection is based on academic standing, financial need and school activities. Preference will be given to students entering the Faculty of Arts and Science with a concentration in Arts subjects; followed by students entering the Faculty of Arts and Science without  an Arts concentration; and then to students entering any faculty and program at U of T.

Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons (convention refugees), with a minimum admission average of 92%.

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Students of all nationalities and majors who are at least sixteen years old and are enrolled at an accredited
university or college in US, UK, Canada, Australia and Hong Kong for the current (2018-2019) school year with a legitimate acceptance letter from an accredited University or College.

Current students
Application Required
30-Mar-19
Domestic Students
Open

Recipient must:

  • be a Canadian citizen /permanent resident and resident of Ontario;
  • be an Undergraduate or Graduate student registered full-time
  • have financial need and
  • demonstrate academic achievement
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Enrolled or plan to register in a full-time graduate program in social work; demonstrated interest and commitment to mental health issues

Current students
Application Required
15-Dec-19
Domestic Students
Graduate

To be awarded on admission based on academic excellence, extra-curricular activities and demonstrated financial need.

Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons (convention refugees) currently attending a Canadian secondary school within Canada; entering any first-entry program at the University of Toronto; have a minimum admission average of 92%; demonstrate financial need, extra-curricular involvement and community involvement.

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate
Current students
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Open

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate student;
  • demonstrate innovative and creative involvement in the traditional performing arts, preferably dance, either within the University community or elsewhere.
Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Female; resident/student in Wellington County, Ontario

Current students
Application Required
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Refer to the website for eligibility criteria

Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Open

Recipient must:

  • be Indigenous (Status, Non-Status, Metis and Inuit);
  • be a Canadian citizen /permanent resident and resident of Ontario;
  • be enrolled in a University of Toronto graduate program at the masters or doctoral level, and second-entry professional programs.
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate

Recipient must:

  • be a Canadian Inuit or Indigenous student from the North West Territories or Moosonee area;
  • be entering or registered in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design or Wycliffe College;
  • be an active member of Scouts Canada.
Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons (convention refugees);
Entering any first-entry undergraduate program at the University of Toronto;
With a minimum admission average of 92%;
Demonstrated Financial need;
Demonstrated community involvement or other extra-curricular activities.

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

To be awarded to outstanding Engineering students on admission

Admission
Automatically Considered
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Undergraduate or graduate students on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

Recipient must

  • demonstrate academic merit and financial need
  • represent one of the following categories:
    • exchange students from Tartu University in Estonia as described in the exchange agreement between the University of Toronto and Tartu University;
    • exchange students from the Tallinn Technical University in Estonia as described in the exchange agreement between the University of Toronto and the Tallinn Technical University; other students from Estonia studying at the University of Toronto;
    • Canadian students doing work associated with the Chair of Estonian Studies; Canadian candidates undertaking research on Estonia from a Social Sciences or Humanities perspective, and on Estonian interactions with other peoples of Central and Eastern Europe.
Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students International Students
Graduate Undergraduate

To be eligible to apply, candidates must be:

  • registered for a minimum of two full-time semesters for the upcoming academic year (i.e. between September 2019 and August 2020)
  • registered as an engineer (P.Eng.) / ingnieur (ing.) in good standing with one of the provincial or territorial engineering regulatory bodies
  • a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada

The scholarships are tenable for full-time studies only. Post-doctoral fellows are not eligible to apply. Engineers-in-training or junior engineers are not eligible to apply.

Current students
Application Required
01-Mar-19
Domestic Students
Open

Applicants must be in the early or developmental stage of their career, work in a repsentational style of painting, drawing, sculpting or printmaking and demonstrate a commitment to making art their lifetime career.

Grant
Application Required
Domestic Students
Open

Nominees must:
be an international applicant;
have applied to a full-time research stream master’s or doctoral program at U of T;
demonstrate financial need by completing the Edwin S.H. Leong Scholarship Financial Need Assessment Form (available from graduate unit);
begin their program in September of the 2018-2019 academic year;
have achieved an A- average in each of the last two years of full-time study; and
be available to participate in an interview as a part of the selection process.
Recipients:
must register and remain registered as a full-time student (a change in status may result in suspension or termination of payments and/or returning funds already received);
must maintain an A- average, and be making satisfactory progress toward the completion of their degree as determined by their graduate unit in order to maintain the award;
may not hold other major awards (greater than $15,000 in value) while holding the Leong Scholarship; and
who transition to permanent residency status once the award has been granted will continue to be eligible for the balance of their renewable Scholarship. Transitioning does not affect the awardee’s eligibility to continue holding the award.

Admission
Nomination Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate

Recipient must

  • be Indigenous students
  • enrolled in any science related discipline
  • demonstrate financial need.

If no suitable candidates can be found, consideration will be given to Indigenous Students in any discipline on the basis of financial need.

Current students Grant
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

A U.S. or Canadian citizen, permanent resident or other legal standing that allows them to work and study in the U.S or Canada;
Accepted into a U.S. or Canada college or university; and
Enrolled in a U.S. or Canadian undergraduate program, or entering school for the first time during fall 2018 semester.

Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Open

Recipient must

  • be proceeding toward a first or a post-graduate degree at the University of Toronto.
Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Recipients must:

  • be an Indigenous Student studying at the University of Toronto
  • be a Canadian citizen /permanent resident and resident of Ontario;
  • demonstrate financial need

Note: Preference will be given to applicants who can demonstrate a contribution to the Indigenous community through volunteerism and involvement with First Nation House and/or Indigenous Student Groups.

Current students Grant
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Recipient must

  • be a graduate student
  • enrolled in any program of studies who has an interest in pursing any aspect of scholarly work which recognizes the multi-cultural composition of the Caribbean.
  • demonstrate financial need
  • be an Ontario resident
  • be a Canadian citizenship, PR or Protected Person
Current students Grant
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Graduate

Recipients must enter/attend the chosen academic program in the year of application.  Requests for deferment will be considered only in unusual circumstances such as illness.
Proof of registration must be submitted before the award can be paid out.
In the event that the student does not complete the academic program, they must submit documentation stating the reasons for their inability to complete the proposed course load.

Current students
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Open

Recipient must:

  • be a black undergraduate student in any program of study;
  • show high academic achievement;
  • demonstrate financial need;
  • present evidence of contribution to the black community.

The selection committee may give preference to a student in the medical program or in a related health science program.

Current students Grant
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be studying their first undergraduate degree, on a full- or part-time basis;
  • demonstrate contribution to student governance and student activities at the University of Toronto;
  • have maintained a cumulative average of at least “B”

Note: the financial circumstance of an applicant may also be considered, but will not be a determinative factor.
Candidates for the Donald Forster Award may also be considered for the F.W. Minkler Scholarship

Current students Grant
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

The scholarship is open to undergraduate students who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents

Applicants must demonstrate an interest in marketing, business or entrepreneurship. Students majoring in marketing, business or entrepreneurship or currently operating a side business while in college/high school or involved in a family-based business are welcome to apply. 
 

Current students
Application Required
31-Aug-18
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Any student currently enrolled in an accredited Canadian university in a program that has an occupational health and safety component.

Current students
Application Required
31-Jan-19
Domestic Students
Open

3rd or 4th year undergraduate students interested in pursing work in any aspect of Carribean study/research.  Financial need and Ontario residency as well as Canadian citizenship, PR or Protected Person status is a requirement for this award.

Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons (convention refugees); Residents of Ontario;
Entering any first-entry program at the University of Toronto;
With a minimum admission average of 92%;
Demonstrated community involvement;
Demonstrated financial need.

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant and a resident of the City of Toronto;
  • be an undergraduate or graduate student in the Division of the Environment or Community Studies or any program of study relating to these fields, such as Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Health Science or Education
  • demonstrate financial need
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate
Current students
Application Required
31-Oct-18
Domestic Students
Open

Recipient must:

  • be a Canadian citizen /permanent resident and resident of Ontario;
  • have completed year three, and
  • be enrolled in a major or specialist program in Women’s Studies.
Current students
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must:

  • be Canadian citizen/permanent resident and resident of Ontario;
  • be enrolled in the Graduate Collaborative Program in Women’s Studies.
Current students
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate

Recipients must:

  • be indigenous students who are studying in any of the undergraduate or graduate health-related professional programs;
  • be Canadian citizen/permanent resident and resident of Ontario;
  • have financial need
  • demonstrate academic merit and
  • demonstrated community leadership skills.
Current students
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be Canadian citizen/permanent resident and resident of Ontario;
  • be completing the first year of a second-entry, two-year BScN program
  • demonstrate academic achievement and
  • demonstrate financial need.
Current students
Application Required
04-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be a Canadian citizen/permanent resident and resident of Ontario;
  • be enrolled in the Graduate Department of Nursing Science;
  • have completed courses in community health and demonstrate a commitment to this aspect of nursing;
  • demonstrate both academic achievement and financial need.
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate
  • Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada;
  • Applicants must be either hard of hearing or Deaf;
  • Applicants must be 17 years of age or older and attending a recognized post-secondary institution in the Fall of 2018 as first-time or returning students, or mature students, 19 years of age or older;
Current students
Application Required
16-Jul-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be an undergraduate student;
  • demonstrated dance experience. Applicants are required to provide a letter verifying at least three years of attendance at a recognized dance institute along with a transcript of marks.You must submit this letter with your award application form.

This award is granted on the basis of academic excellence and demonstrated dance experience.

 

Current students
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

Undergraduate students registered full-time in any University of Toronto program with a minimum CGPA of 3.2 and outstanding accomplishment to enhance sustainability of the University of Toronto

Current students
Application Required
15-Oct-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada;
Applicants must be either hard of hearing or deaf;
Applicants must be 17 years of age or older and attending an accredited post-secondary institution in the Fall of 2019 as first-time or returning students;
Or mature students, 19 years of age or older.

Current students
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students

Recipients must:

  • be female undergraduate students
  • be residents of Etobicoke and
  • demonstrate financial need
Current students
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Engineering

Current students
Application Required
01-Mar-19
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must be/have:
Canadian citizens or permanent residents;
Entering any first-entry program at the University of Toronto;
A minimum admission average of 95%;
Demonstrated leadership excellence (including, but not limited to arts, sports, music, entrepreneurship or social enterprise).

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Full-time and part-time students self-identifying as having a permanent or temporary disability and have disability-related postsecondary educational costs for services or equipment that are not covered by another agency or service

Grant
Application Required
13-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Open

The BBPA scholarships are open to full-time University/College students who satisfy the following criteria:

  • must be a member of the Canadian Black community
  • must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada
  • must be under 30 years old a the start of upcoming academic year
  • must demonstrate high academic achievement and contribution to the Black community
  • must be in financial need
Current students
Application Required
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Recipients must be/have:
Canadian citizens or permanent residents
Entering any first-entry program at the University of Toronto
Indigenous background or whose parents did not attend University or College
Financial need

Admission
Complete the Awards Profile
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must:

  • have Indigenous background and/or have parents who did not attend University or College and
  • be Canadian citizens or permanent resident and
  • demonstrate financial need
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • be a U of T administrative staff member;
  • be pursing studies towards an undergraduate or graduate degree;
  • demonstrate financial need.
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Recipients must be/have:
Canadian citizens or permanent residents
Entering any first-entry program at the University of Toronto
A minimum admission average of 92% 
Graduates of Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School entering Arts and Science
Financial need

Admission
Automatically Considered
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

To qualify, students must:

  • Be enrolled in a post-secondary degree or diploma program during the 2019-2020 academic year;
  • Be completing post-secondary studies in a field that relates broadly to the work of Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA). Examples of eligible programs include: Environmental Studies, Landscape Architecture, Archaeology, Museum Studies, Forestry, and Civil Engineering.
Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Open
  • Open to domestic and international students.
  • At the time of application, must be registered in a graduate/undergraduate program at the University of Toronto
  • Full-time, part-time and/or flex-time registered students
  • Undergraduate students must have completed a minimum of 10 credits.

For a complete list of requirements, check the application form.

Current students
Application Required
20-Sep-19
Domestic Students International Students

Awarded to an undergraduate/graduate student who demonstrates outstanding writing and critical thinking skills

Current students
Application Required
22-Sep-18
Domestic Students
Open

Visit the Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies website

Current students
Application Required
31-Jan-19
Domestic Students
Open

Refer to the National Scholarship Program for full eligibility requirements.

Admission
Application Required
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Part-time students

Grant
Application Required
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must:

  • have a disability
  • be a Canadian citizen /permanent resident and resident of Ontario
  • demonstrate financial need
  • have contributed to their community through volunteer work or have demonstrated leadership ability and
  • maintain satisfactory academic standing.
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Applicants must

  • be recent immigrants whose financial need is directly related to their move to Canada.

Preference will be given to those lacking family support in this country.

Current students Grant
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Recipients must:

  • be an undergraduate student at the University of Toronto
  • demonstrate community involvement, academic excellence and an appreciation for music
Current students
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

Recipient must

  • be enrolled in an Engineering, Computer Science or Bachelor of Commerce Degree;
  • be in third year year of undergraduate study, entering their final year of study the following September
  • have maintained a strong academic background with a minimum GPA of 3.0;
  • be actively involved in two or more extracurricular activities, such as Professional or social organizations, organized sports teams or activities;
  • demonstrate continued active involvement and commitment.
Current students
Application Required
03-Feb-20
Domestic Students
Undergraduate

Indigenous students pursuing post-secondary education

Applicants must be a member of an Indigenous community (band or settlement), including First Nations, Matis and Inuit; a resident of Canada; and pursuing full-time studies at an accredited Canadian trades or technical school, college or university. Eligible candidates are required to submit an application to the ACES selection committee. Candidates will be reviewed based on academic merit, community involvement and pursuit of studies that could be transferable to the clean energy sector.

Current students
Application Required
15-Sep-18
Domestic Students
Open

Recipient must:

  • have a disability and
  • demonstrate financial need
Current students Grant
Application Required
01-Nov-19
Domestic Students International Students
Undergraduate

Applicants of any age are encouraged to apply and must be:

  • a citizen or permanent resident of Canada
  • diagnosed with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis by a health care professional
  • seeking a diploma, associate, undergraduate, or graduate degree from a Canadian university, college or trade school
  • enrolled in or awaiting acceptance from a Canadian-based post-secondary educational institution
  • a student who demonstrates academic aspiration and strives to sustain an optimal level of wellness in spite of their Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, allowing them to excel to reach their goals and inspire others to do the same.
Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

The scholarship is open to undergraduate or graduate students studying gerontology, medicine, nursing, social work, socioloty, psychology, physical/occupational therpay, speech pathology and long-term care administration

Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate

Open to undergraduate or graduate students attending an accredited college or university and playing for the school’s hockey team

Current students External Award
Application Required
Domestic Students
Graduate Undergraduate