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Some external scholarships that may be of interest

Bill 7 Award

Honours queer history by supporting queer students.

The Bill 7 Award is a registered charitable trust that awards scholarships to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, queer and 2-spirited students, resident in Ontario and in financial need in any post-secondary institution in Ontario, attaining their first degree.

Click here to apply

Black Business and Professional Association National Scholarships

The Black Business and Professional Association offers a number of scholarships in several categories

  • Legacy Scholarships are established in the name of Black Canadians who enriched Canada with their contributions in the arts, the professions, science, business, technology, politics and other areas of endeavour. Value = $2,000 except the Harry Jerome Scholarship, which is $5,000.
  • First Generation Scholarships of $1,000.00 to $2,000.00 are available to students whose parents have not participated in post-secondary education studies.
  • Four Leaders of Tomorrow scholarships valued at $2,000 each are available to students from high priority neighbourhoods in the Greater Toronto Area who are attending an accredited Canadian university or college.
  • There are also several Sponsored Scholarships listed on the web-site

Deadline for applications is usually the end of May in each year.

Check the site for further information.

(Canada) International Scholarships
(European Commission) Erasmus Mundus Scholarships
Kiwanis Club of Toronto Foundation (KCTF) Scholarship Program

Jean Sauvé Public Leadership Program

The Sauvé Scholars Program – launched in 2003 by the Jeanne Sauvé Foundation which was established by the late Governor General, the Right Honourable Jeanne Sauvé – is a unique opportunity for 12-14 young leaders under the age of 30 from around the world to spend the academic year in Montreal for a period of research, reflection, personal and professional development. Building on ten years of success delivering the Sauvé Scholars Program, the Jeanne Sauvé Public Leadership Program invests in the next generation of public leadership to help solve global challenges.  Applicants must have completed undergraduate education by 31 July, prior to taking up a position. 

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