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Back to Scholarships Women’s Association of the Mining Industry of Canada Wood Scholarship Of University of Toronto - 2019 Tuition Fees Waiver

1 month ago Science Toronto 5 views Tuition Fees: Yes Accommodation: No Travel Expense: No Monthly Stipend: No
Scholarship Details

The Women’s Association of the Mining Industry of Canada Wood Scholarship is awarded to one or more undergraduate students registered in the third or fourth year of Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering or the Earth Science program in the Faculty of Arts and Science. Candidates must be pursuing studies related to a career in the mining industry and must demonstrate financial need. Additional consideration may be given to candidate’s leadership skills, as demonstrated through extra-curricular and/or community involvement. The amount awarded is dependent on the recipient’s annual income.

Eligibility: Recipient must: be an undergraduate student registered in the third or fourth year of Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering or the Earth Science program in the Faculty of Arts and Science; be pursuing studies related to a career in the mining industry; demonstrate financial need.

Award Type: Grant

Action: Application Required

Availability: Domestic Students

Level of Study: Undergraduate

Deadline to Apply: 01-Nov-19

Actual Deadline Date: November 1st

Value/Amount: Determined on an annual basis

Academic Year: 2019-2180

How to Apply: Application instructions will be updated by end of August 2019

How/When Is It Paid: Winter session

University Description
The founding of a colonial college had long been the desire of John Graves Simcoe, the first Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada.[7][8] As an Oxford-educated military commander who had fought in the American Revolutionary War, Simcoe believed a college was needed to counter the spread of republicanism from the United States.[8] The Upper Canada Executive Committee recommended in 1798 that a college be established in York, the colonial capital.