WHERE TO START:
Scholarship Info Night: November 30th, 2023, 6:00-7:00PM, room A109
PREPARING TO APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES
Most scholarships and bursaries require a scholarship resume. Use this template to get started - Click Here
or check out the template posted in the Grad 2024 Google Classroom. Some of you may have already created a scholarship resume in your Careers 12 class. Feel free to use this scholarship resume in your application process, but make sure that you have it ALL up to date!
Use the Scholarship Application Deadlines tab above to search for scholarships to apply to. Check the Post-Secondary Links tab to help you find the scholarships offered by each institution.
TYPES OF SCHOLARSHIP AND BURSARIES:
PROVINCE OF BC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The province of BC offers four different types of scholarships:
For more information on all of these Province of BC scholarships - Click Here
SEARCHING FOR MORE SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES
If you want access to a variety of provincial, national and international scholarships, bursaries and competitions, there are several websites available to assist you. When you click on the links below, you may be asked to create a profile before you can access each particular site. Scholarships can be post-secondary or business-based, can involve written essays or other criteria, or be based on a random name-draw. (Some are more like contests.) Check out each site as they are quite different from each other.
Scholar Tree - Click Here
Scholarships Canada - Click Here
Student Scholarships - Click Here
Yconic - Click Here
HELPFUL TERMS - For Future Educational Paths
Apprenticeship programs offer combination of on-the-job training and related classroom instruction under the supervision of a journey-level craft person or trade professional in which workers learn the practical and theoretical aspects of a highly-skilled occupation.
Certificate programs take between six and 12 months of full-time studies to complete.
Diploma programs take two to three years of full-time studies to complete.
An associate degree (AD) is a two-year program made up of 20 university transfer courses.
A bachelor's degree is a four-year degree. It's also called an undergraduate degree or a Baccalaureate degree.
An advanced diploma builds on a previously completed diploma, or on at least five years of related work experience and is equivalent to a minimum of three months of full-time study beyond a diploma.
A post-degree diploma builds on a previously completed recognized degree and is equivalent to two semesters of full-time, advanced-level studies.
A Master's (or post-graduate) degree, is earned after completion of an undergraduate degree. Typically, the master's degree requires about 30 credits of coursework and takes 2 years of full time study beyond the bachelor's degree. In addition to coursework, the master's degree sometimes entails completing comprehensive exams and/or a thesis.
A Ph.D., typically completed after a Master's degree, demonstrates a person's competence in research and qualifies them to become professors. Doctoral study offers a unique opportunity for an individual to conduct intensive and prolonged research - often over several years - on a very particular topic, which usually leads to publication. Doctoral degrees are offered in the fields of medicine, dentistry, law, education, or any other faculty of learning.