Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards
The following is a list of Scholarships and Awards for undergraduate Aerospace students in the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science. For more information, please visit Student Financial Assistance.
Aileen Clark Lambie Scholarship
To the second, third or fourth-year female engineering students who have made a notable contribution to the Faculty of Engineering. Eligible candidates must be Canadian citizens who meet modest academic expectations and demonstrate financial need. Added consideration will be given to mature students who are GTA residents. Application are available from Women in Engineering, Room ENG-346.
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Awards for Excellence
To the top returning, full-time degree students who have achieved academic excellence (based on term and cumulative grade point averages in the preceding year). Recommendations are submitted to the Dean by each Program Chair. No application required.
Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education Scholarships
To the two Grade 12 High School graduates (one female and one male) entering an engineering program, who are well-rounded and characteristic of leadership.
To the three undergraduate students in an engineering program who obtained the highest standing. No application required.
To the three undergraduate students who exhibited exceptional role model qualities through participation in non-academic activities while maintaining above average marks. No application required.
For academic achievement to the top student graduating from an engineering program. No application required.
Ryerson Faculty Association Scholarship
To the top degree-level student in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science returning to full-time studies in third year (based on cumulative grade point average). No application required.
J. L. Beaton Award
Criteria is at the discretion of the Department. Traditionally awarded for outstanding academic proficiency.
Bombardier Design Scholarship
For a third or fourth-year student who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement with a minimum 3.00 cumulative grade point average and a desire to pursue a career in the aerospace industry.
John Ross MacLeod Memorial Scholarship
For highest academic performance in the first year and continuation in second year on a full-time basis.
Richard A. Neill Scholarship
For academic excellence in courses focusing on Gas Dynamics and Materials and Manufacturing.
Ross Pritchard Scholarship
For academic excellence in Aerospace Engineering.
James H. Rattray Memorial Award
Awarded to either an Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering student, for academic excellence.
Department of Aerospace Engineering Achievement Awards
Open to Ontario resident students in Aerospace Engineering who are registered on a full-time basis. Based on outstanding academic achievement on the completion of first, second or third year as evidenced by a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00 and demonstrated financial need.