Athabasca 2022 Ongoing Scholarships

Written by Michael Nz. on January 28, 2022

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Scholarship details

  • Area of study

    All
  • Country of the Scholarship

    Canada
  • Scholarship Valid Until (Year)

    2022
  • Type of scholarship

    All
  • Scholarship amount given

    $3000 - $5000
  • Type of scholarship administrator

    University
  • Mode of scholarship (Online/Offline)

    Offline
  • Applier's country

    All
  • Expenses covered

    All
  • Scholarship Contact Details

    Https://www.athabascau.ca/calendar/undergraduate/general-information/index.html#help-centre

The government and many organizations receive scholarships, however, most of their offers are not satisfactory. On the contrary, with the Athabasca University Scholarships 2021 you are well covered while you study at the University.

At Athabasca University, there are various scholarships, awards, and other forms of financial aid to help students pay for their time at school. Official Scholarship Website.

Below are some of these scholarships to help students pay the bills for their studies at Athabasca University.

  1. SSHRC Canada Postgraduate Scholarship Program
  2. Provincial Lung Association Awards Program – National Grants Review (NGR):
  3. The Working Parent Scholarship
  4. Canadian Cancer Society – Innovation for Impact Grants
  5. Canadian Cancer Society – Innovation Grants:
  6. The Simons Foundation – Disarmament, Arms Control, and Non-Proliferation Graduate Research Awards:
  7. A grant from the Soroptimist Foundation of Canada
  8. Dick Martin Scholarship Award – Government of Canada
  9. Graduate Student Research Fund (GSRF) Funding Opportunities

SSHRC Canada Postgraduate Scholarship Program:

The university will select the applicants for the competition.

The university solicits internal applications from its students, after which they will select the top three candidates for the nationwide SSHRC competition.

Applicants will need to create a personal account on the SSHRC website to gain access to the application form and other instructions.

SSHRC link for more information.

Provincial Lung Association Awards Program – National Grants Review (NGR):

This grant provided by the Provincial Lung Associations is worth $30,000 in cash and is awarded as research operating costs, including laboratory supplies, technicians, and some equipment for lung research or development projects.

The awards last for one or two years, depending on the province. Grant-in-Aid (GIA) manages the application and peer review process program.

Take into consideration the application budgets and the results of the competition.

For more information and to apply, please follow the link to be automatically redirected to the official scholarship webpage.

The Working Parent Scholarship:

This scholarship is available to parents trying to balance work and study at a university or any other institution of higher education.

The scholarship is provided by job-applications.ca and is designed specifically for the benefit of such parents in Canada who combine work and study at a post-secondary institution. It is worth $1,000.

For more information and to apply, please follow the link to be automatically redirected to the official scholarship webpage.

Canadian Cancer Society – Innovation for Impact Grants:

This scholarship is worth a total amount of $150,000 with an award of up to 12 of which the individual value varies from grant to grant.

The established application deadline of 15 January, as the scholarship scheme was designed in support of the next logical steps of a positive, innovative, ‘high risk/high reward’ research scholarship, with the aim of working or achieving a significant impact on cancer.

The flow of CCS funds is continued by the Impact Innovation Grants with a special grant for CBCF alumni for this competition.

For more information and to apply, please follow the link to be automatically redirected to the official scholarship webpage.

Canadian Cancer Society – Innovation Grants:

there is a general budget grant worth $100,000 divided into 22 different grants with varying individual values. Innovation grants are awarded for cancer research.

It supports the highest quality of creative problem-solving.

The goal of the Innovation program is to support the development and testing of unconventional concepts and approaches to addressing problems in cancer research, improve our understanding of cancer, and generate new approaches to meet the challenges we face in defeating cancer.

The deadline for applications is January 15th

For more information and to apply, please follow the link to be automatically redirected to the official scholarship webpage.

The Simons Foundation – Disarmament, Arms Control, and Non-Proliferation Graduate Research Awards:

The scholarship is worth 5,000 Canadian dollars, including support for domestic travel to Ottawa, where successful candidates will present their full papers during a special event at Global Affairs Canada headquarters on March 7.

It is awarded to four applicants for Master’s and/or Doctoral studies in Canada.

The scholarship is awarded for independent research and the writing of an academic paper that responds to a specific Non-Proliferation, Arms Control, and Disarmament (NACD) topic.

The application deadline is January 21st. For more information and to apply, please follow the link to be automatically redirected to the official scholarship webpage.

The grant from the Soroptimist Foundation of Canada:

This scholarship is awarded to four students (two in Eastern and Western Canada each) and is worth $7,500 per recipient.

The funds are awarded for university studies in Canada that will qualify recipients for careers that aim to improve the quality of life for women, such as providing medical services, providing advice and legal help, advising mature women entering or re-entering the market labor, advice to women in crisis, advice, and training of women for non-traditional jobs and positions in women’s centers.

The application deadline is January 31st.

For more information and to apply, please follow the link to be automatically redirected to the official scholarship webpage.

Contact email: heatherrollins@shaw.ca

Dick Martin Scholarship Award – Government of Canada:

The Dick Martin Scholarship Award is worth $3,000 as provided by the Government of Canada.

It is available to any student who is enrolled in any course or program related to occupational health and safety, such as mine safety, occupational or industrial health, and safety, industrial hygiene, safety management, or other related safety degree program leading to an occupational career. health and safety certificate, diploma, or degree from an accredited college or university in Canada, either in a full-time or part-time program.

The application deadline is the 31st of January.

For more information and to apply, please follow the link to be automatically redirected to the official scholarship webpage.

Graduate Student Research Fund (GSRF) Funding Opportunities:

The scholarship is available three times a year with deadlines on February 10th, May 10th, and October 10th each year.

This scholarship given by the university is to help the researchers of the university to pursue master’s and doctorate programs.

For more information and to apply, please follow the direct link to be automatically redirected to the research center link on the official school website.

More information about funding at Athabasca University can be found here.

For more information on the financing of Master’s studies, please visit the Masters Level Student Awards on the official website of the school or follow the link to be automatically redirected.


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