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Student Awards

The students at the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) at Ryerson University continue to inspire staff and faculty with their drive to create, innovate and succeed. To recognize student excellence, TRSM and Ryerson offer many awards and scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students. Students are eligible at several levels: faculty-wide, program-specific and university-wide awards.

Entrance Awards

PDF fileThe TRSM Undergraduate Entrance Awards

They are available to students entering their first year of the Business Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Information Technology Management, Retail Management, or School of Accounting and Finance programs. To be eligible for the one-time award, students must have a minimum 85% final average in their final year of high school, and demonstrate financial need and leadership in extracurricular activities or community involvement. There are four awards available annually, at a value of up to $10,000 each. Deadline to Apply: April 28, 2019

PDF fileThe TRSM Renewable Undergraduate Awards

They are available to students entering their first year of the Business Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Information Technology Management, Retail Management, or School of Accounting and Finance programs with a minimum 85% final average in their final year of high school, who also demonstrate financial need and leadership in extracurricular activities or community involvement. There are four awards available annually, at a value of up to $10,000. Deadline to Apply: April 28, 2019

PDF fileThe TRSM Undergraduate Entrance Scholarships

They are available to students entering their first year of the Business Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Information Technology Management, Retail Management, or School of Accounting and Finance programs with a minimum 85% final average in their final year of high school and leadership in extracurricular activities or community involvement. Value of up to $10,000 each. Deadline to Apply: April 28, 2019

PDF fileThe Jon and Nancy Love Entrance Award

It is available to incoming full-time undergraduate students who are commencing their first year of a program in the Ted Rogers School of Management. To be eligible for the award, students must have previously participated in the Pathways to Education program (preference is given to Pathways to Education applicants). Applicants must also demonstrate financial need. There are four (4) awards, with a value of up to 90% the cost of tuition. The awards are renewable on an annual basis for up to three years if the recipients meet the renewal criteria. Deadline to Apply: April 28, 2019

 

PDF fileThe TRSM Business Leadership Award

It recognizes the academic achievement and exceptional leadership of a full-time undergraduate student enrolled in a Bachelor of Commerce degree. The award is available to students entering their second, third or fourth year of the full-time undergraduate Bachelor of Commerce degree. Deadline to Apply: April 28, 2019

PDF fileThe Ryerson University Business Alumni Association (RUBAA)/Ken Jones Award

It is available to 3rd and 4th year undergraduate students in the Business Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Information Technology Management, Accounting and Finance or Retail Management program. The award is based on demonstrated academic achievement and leadership contributions to TRSM and the greater Toronto community. There is one award, with a value of $1,000.

The Dean's List recognizes our undergraduate students' exceptional academic achievement for the Fall and Winter semesters within an academic year. Every July, undergraduate students in the Ted Rogers School of Management who have a minimum GPA average of 3.50 or higher for the academic year are put on the Dean’s List. Students achieving this honour receive a letter of congratulations from the Dean and a notation on their academic transcript.

TRSM 2017/18 Dean's List

Ahmed, Hamza Hurst, Brittany Robinson, Benjamin
Alli, Inzamam Kazmierczak, Thomas Salim, Sally
Arabi, Muhammad Kieffer, Jacob Shankar, Madhu Shalini
Bernards, Christopher Ku, Wei Sivananthan, Kirisaan
Boen, Christopher Kulsoom Arif Sami, Syeda Smyth, Patrick
Brown, Caleb Kuznetsov, Jennifer Spivak, Ronen
Cadavida, Analyn Latalisa, Cristy Stieben-Weston, Hannah
Callanta, Patricia Lee, Yoo Terakita, Ryan
Chavez, Bryan Mai, Dan Tomasi, Sophia
Chen, Harry Mak, Janice Trinh, Thanh
Chow, Steven Mihaila, Miruna Tutor, Gabrielle
Choy, Jonathan Mina Polo, Maria Ulaganathan, Apira
Dhami, Sukhraj Murthi, Ryan Vipond, Patrick
Dong, Kittie Nguyen, Daniel Wu, Anita
Fiacco, Mitchell Patel, Zaid Zanetti, Christian
Gandhi, Sehaj Ribeiro, Sophia  
Gumbs, Jordan Rimando-Hoque, Mark  
Afroze, Saif Le, Nguyen Khanh Man Rabbani, Rehman
Ahmed, Adan Lee, Gunhee Rafacz, Caroline
Amin, Mahra Li, Michael Randhawa, Paramveer
Balakrishnan, Arun Li, Yaowen Rishi, Amritpal
Barkat, Chahad Ling, Ruoyu Rombos, Christian
Beati, Sophia Liu, Jacky Russell, Evan
Bhandari, Neha Liu, Christopher Sadiq, Ali-Mustafa
Bukhari, Amafah Liyau, Juan Sardana, Simran
Calvert, Domenica Lo, Yuet Ming Shen, Suxi
Chen, Helen Lote, Manpreet Shenvi, Karan
Cheng, Steven Ma, Chun Ming Siddiqi, Zeerak
Cohen, Chelsea Manansala, Angela Singh, Imroze
Cuaresma, Vanessa Miele, Jessica Singh, Harman
Dhadda, Karnvir Naeem, Abdullah Sivakumar, Abinaya
Dhaliwal, Ranaharpartap Nguyen, Tien Tetzlaff, Stefan
Dimopoulos, Panayiota Ou, Xuhua Thalayasingam, Subidsa
Fanning, Darragh Paillet, Aymeric Tom, Kimberly
Feinerman, Brandon Park, Dana Tsimerman, Oleksandr
Feng, Yichen Pellecchia, Berardino Tucci, Samantha
Gao, Zi Rong Peng, Jiawei Valenti Longa, Stefano
Giritharan, Gerry Pham, Kathy Wong, Raymond
Hespanha, Beatriz Pieroni, Michael Xiang, Hanghang
Huang, Calvin Pietropaolo, Gabriel Yan, Zhenyu
Hussain, Syed Pincin, Matthew Yu, Xueqing
Huynh, My Tam Plascencia, Rodrigo  
Khesali, Niloofar Primero, Maria Jerisa  
Ahmad, Mahmoud Jaksch, Kyle Rana, Mohammad
Ahmed, Hiba Javed, Sumaiya Rashad, Hamza
Alam, Md.Abrar Karkada, Christian Ratnaraja, Prathapan
Aleksandroff, Nicholas Kazi, Idrees Rawji, Ali
Alli, Nathalia Khalaj, Khashayar Rigas, George
Arif, Ifrah Khalid, Affiah Sabbagh, Madona
Balram Roy, Nadia Kim, Christian Saeed, Zarwa
Brathwaite, Shaquille King, Caleb Saini, Simran
Bruno, Sophia Komal, Komal Samuel Rajan, Melany
Bui, Don Lacap, Nino Dave Sandhu, Hartejbir
Bush, Matthew Lam, Jeffrey Satoskar, Calvin
Butts, Renaya Le, Teresa Scott, Joel
Cao, James Lee, Je Wook Shah, Meshwa
Chan, Arnold Lee, Jaehoon Shaikh, Emad
Chandla, Baljit Leung, Jason Shokar, Baldip
Chavda, Zeel Levy, Jared Siciliano, Julia
Cheung, William Li, Erwang Simpson, Joshua
Chong, Se Wha Lloyd, Daniel Singh, Tajinder
Choudhury, Malissa Luo, David Somersall-Franklin, La Tahvia
Chow, Howard Mahmood, Naila Stewart, Tyler
Copeman, Benjamin Maltby, Evan Sudan, Suraj
D'Cruze, Julian Mannapperuma, Rahul Sue, Deanna
D'Souza, Oleanne Minassie, Moses Suthananthan, Kuhananth
Dantas Lima, Ana Paula Modi, Krunal Sze, Norman
Demeke, Mattias Mosaddeque, Fahim Tahir, Usman
Dmitrenko, Vardit Mukherjee, Akash Tan, Johndel
Do, Brandon Nanji, Muhammad Tanjuakio, Andrew
Do, Micheal Naseem, Hira Tavares, Michael
Doerntlein, Kyle Nemer, Aladdin Thornton, Christopher
Douville, Matthew Ng, Noel Tjendrawasi, Hans
El-Hashwa, Nabil Ngo, Aaron Todd, Spencer
Eom, Tae Sung Nguyen, Christopher Huy Trollope, Jillian
Esfahani, Parmida Nguyen, Johnny Uy, Anna Pamela
Fawcett, Graham Owens, Devin Varatharajah, Viinojan
Fazal Rehman, Syed Pasha, Maham Vu, Anh
Findlay, Danielle Patel, Suhani White, Jonathan
Gupta, Nikhil Persaud, Vinesh Wong, Truman
Hossain, Saadman Phan, Andy Wong, Christopher
Hui, Hermes Rabie, May Xu, Xinyi
Huynh, An Raj, Nakul Yi, Justin
Huynh, Jimmy Rajeswaran, Jascikan Yip, Wen Hui
Ibrahim, Raghad Rajhkumar, Garun Zhu, Kailing
Ing, Ryan Ramuite, Dylan  

 

Part-Time Students
Ahad, Muhammad Keswick, Justin Truong, Kyle
Chan, Kevin Pat, Arch Young, Cindy
Chen, Mingong Perreira, Joshua  
Fowlie, Michelle Sweet, Bradley  
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Dranitsaris, Julian Medeiros, Emily Swies, Darek
Farelli, Alessandro Meinzinger, Erin Tcerkovnaia, Irena
Friedman, Roy Meta, Grejdi Tomasevic, Stefan
Georgiev, Bela Mohammad Riaz, Faraz Tran, Duc Anh
Gharbi, Imane Mohammed, Shamil Tran, Dinh Huy
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Hopkins, Scott Pasquale, Michael Yang, Si Lin
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Jackson, Joel Pereira, Anthony Zarubin, Nickolas
Kalsbeek, Renata Pinto, Denzel Zhang, Da Bin
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Alvarez, Lorena Kemper, Jacob Panousis, Kara
Bahgat, Mohamed King, Charles Peters, Mattias
Brunzema, Lukas Lantos, Gabriel Phan, Jimmy
Carnevale, Matthew Liao, Hung-Wen Ranking, Meghan
Cente, Wayne Lim, Tran Reyes, Marcelo
Chandoo, Muhammad Loduca, Anthony Sammur, Dima
Cockram, Mallory Lombardo, Kirsten Shehto, Hani
Di Donato, Giacomo Manimaran, Yatharthan Sheward, Natasha
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Ettinger, Anya McCorkle, Madison Sloley-Ferguson, Jacob
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Heilbron, Anasofia Mestoewa, Radcha Walls, Andrew
Joly, Christopher Moghaddas, Milad Zinck, Joseph
Abrar, Saadia Karadzic, Nemanja Nguyen, Nga
Choe, Helen Kaur, Nimrat Rouhi, Sanaz
D'Alessandro, Sabrina Kovacevic, Marko Sohi, Ravneet
Dao, Raymond Loganathan, Induja Sondhi, Anmol
Duff, Jack Maleki, Mehrnaz Stupak, Ihor
Fiacco-Butt, Zachary Mariani, Roberto Subzwari, Ashar
Guglielmin, Matteo Mehta, Mrugen Wolf, Zane
Hamade, Adam Moretto, Stephanie  
Hua, Amy Mufti, Humza  
Aamir, Abdul-Rafey Grandez, Nicole Pelkola, Matthew
Ahuja, Janhavi Grydziuszko, Simon Persaud, Cynthia
Albazz, Ibrahim Gtat, Farah Philbert, Christian
Alfar, Christopher Gunarajah, Monika Pineda, Roanne
Alfawagreh, Jasmin Haji, Khadijah Powell, Daniel
Anglin-Peart, Marjorieanna Hamid, Hamid Provenzano, Matthew
Anteneh, Tsillat Hans, Nathaniel Ristovic, Nina
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Bajwa, Nayaab Hein, Aung Salman, Kussai
Barrett, Jennifer Hornea, Sandra Sarker, Pranta
Bashir, Miranda Huang, Winston Sazani, Esther
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Billg, Parmbir Irani, Sheroy Shokar, Jasdip
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Bunston, Jonathan Jacobs, Alexander Skura, Cameron
Burns, James Jarvenpaa, Josiah Sohal, Kuljot
Cameron, Skyler Kanner, Abraham Soriano, Juan
Cat, John Khan, Saad-Bin-Zahid Stankov, Anja
Chobotaru, Joshua Kuk, Jeanie Stevens, Cole
Christidis, Alexia Le, Andrew Tam, Linda
Circosta, Olivia Liao, Sammi Tang, Carina
Ciuro, Vincent Lio, Gilda Tanveer, Zain
Crystal, Isaiah Lu, Lillian Thangarajah, Carmina
Cunha, Gabriel Lum, Brianna Tharma, Luxmila
Czarnejko, Michael Macklin, Sean Thompson, Oscar
Desjardins, Gabrielle Mak, Norman Tibbo, Kyle
Devendrarajah, Venoj Malikul Amaan, Mohamed Shazaan Tong, Tony
Di Iorio, Devon Masood, Amina Tracey, Lauren
Di Nardo, Lauren McCutcheon, Ahren Trueman, Madison
Di Tomaso, Gregory Mecica, Yido Tse, Wing Hang Jonathan
Dionne, Jean Mirabelli, Anthony Tudisco, Zoe
Does, Nicholas Muller, Calandra Vassyukova, Diana
Eckel, Reed Mumin, Nasrudin Vickers, Charlotte
Emmanuel, Nathan Murray, Bennet Viglatzis, Konstantinos
Fang, George Nareshkumar, Arrthika Wignarajah, Virusan
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Frome, Daniel Nguyen, Anh Woon, Christopher
Ganeshalingam, Keethica Niu, Qing Yan, Zhengyi
Garcia Martins, Debora Panesar, Preet Yang, Esther
George, Akshara Pashutinski, James Yin Liao, Luis
Gill, Samuel Patel, Ronak Yu, Brian
Giro, Anthony Patel, Roshni Yuan, Helen
Giroux, Sarah Peciulis, Virginia  

 

Adams, Carrie Huo, Huiru Sehinson, Stephanie
Badali, Jocelyn Hylton, Leona Tang, Cindy
Brar, Bhawandeep Maciszewski, Malgorzata Turjman, Fatima
Budden, Megan Melk, Sameh Vanderspiegel, Amanda
Carney, Sylvia Penner, Cynthia Vrban-McRae, Anna
Chamberlain, Kristan Premachandran, Priyanka Wiedemann, Brandon
Gautreau, Richard Raza, Nazia Yang, Kathleen
Gordon, Elizabeth Robinson, Suzanne  
Abou Chacra, Sabine Henninger, Annegret Relich, Jason
Albanna, Samar Hrach, Alexandra Restom, Nadine
Arnaiz, Chantelle Hum, Aaron Riback, Brian
Bryant, Kyle Issabekov, Aiya Sacks, Batya
Burji, Jasmine Kam, Ronald Shih, Vanessa
Cho, Maim Khazak, Gabriella Sivalingam, Severina
Choi, Hyunseo Kim, Eun Jin Sun, Siyun
Cogan, Casey Lacdo-O, Christiane Tang, Xuke
Coric, Silvana Liu, Mingyu Tremblay, Nicholas
Duursma, Anna Lo, Sabrina Truong, Ngan
Edwards, Bradley Novotny, Michelle Whistance-Smith, Sarah
Elabshihy, Farida Oliver, Sarah Yam, George
Falcon, Astrid Park, Daniel Yang, Jessica
Ferensowicz, Joanna Phan, Cathy Yap, Hui
Gledhill, Rebekah Rashid, Alia Zilberman, Ofer
Handelman, Geoffrey Rector, Marilyn  
Abraham, Helen Iorfida, Lia Rahman, Samiah
Ahmed, Shazia Johnson, Konstantina Rahman, Aisha
Bach, Julie Katsuras, Achilles Ranjhan, Geerthan
Balaranjan, Maiyuran Khan, Aleema Rashad, Aneesah
Bourque, Natesa Krishnamoorthy, Anojan Reed, Samantha
Chang, Shirley Lam, Hai Tho Rego, Naomi
Chaves, Roman Laratta, Alessia Reyes-Voutour, Zachary
Chen, Jodie Lok, Amanda Robinson, Brenna
Chen, Stephanie Ly, Tony Rui, Joyanna
Chu, Kelvin Manowar, Farah Sanchez, Ashley
D'Avino, Alexandra Meng, Joyce Scaglione, Sophia
Deutsch-Goulet, Julia Mohabir, Aaron Shabbir, Saira
Duong, Tina Mumin, Nasrudin Tang, Isabel
Fiss, Julia Munir, Maya Tiveron, Richele
Gagliardi, Daniel Nadimfard, Behnam Tran, Megan
Gianvecchio, Gina Nasser, Malika Tran, Eric
Gioskos, Emily Niranjan, Sandeep Tran, Jennie
Ha, Jessica Pandit, Jahanvi Truong, Jessica
Halilovic, Medina Petkov, Louisa Tse, Paxton
Hamid, Ayesha Petrescue, Ephriam Valela, Robert
Hemnarain, Jessica Quinn, Keri Walker, Colleen
Ho, Michael Ragbeer, Sonia Xie, Rebecca
    Yiu, Julia

 

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Sahil Budhrani Ethar Hamad Hannah Raikes
Sophia Chea Shadi Joulani Ryan Raleigh
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Matthew Fearon Maria Portillo Paige  Ventrici
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Albione, Natasha First, Piotr Rajanwal, Jasleen
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Anozy, Adam Gajowniczek, Wiktoria Rasie, Tania
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Arciaga, Franz Gordon, Mitchell Rizarri, Kaitlin
Arruda, Sarah Guan, Verna Rocke, Samathra
Baig, Tamoor Gudh, Japneet Rubman, Eran
Balkaran, Alexandria Hashmi, Owais Saliba, Jeanette
Balkaran, Kevin Huynh, Sarah Salim, Rebecca
Bang, Haeun Jamshidi, Delara Sarai, Harjot
Barrington, Andrew Jawando, Fatima Shah, Faizan
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Bateriwala, Karan La, Jamie Simic, Mila
Broude, Connor Lacey, Darren Singh, Muskan
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Buttarazzi, Adam Llamoso, Ernest Sirmalis, Nicholas
Campbell, Terissa Luong, Kahina Soares, Andrew
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Chan, Joanne Mahal, Siraj Stevens, Scott
Chau, Leticia Mancuso, Lisa Swaffer, Emma
Cheema, Gursheen Marchuk, Yuliya Talaei, Faraneh
Chiang, Shuo-Chieh Mark, Jessica Teng Hin Voon, Sarah
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Ted Rogers School Entrance Scholarship & Awards

Thanks to a $15 million donation from Ted and Loretta Rogers, each year the Ted Rogers School of Management issues a total of 24 Graduate Entrance Scholarships and Awards worth up to $20,000 each.

Ted Rogers School Graduate Entrance Scholarship

The criteria for a Ted Rogers Graduate Entrance Scholarship is based solely on academic excellence. PDF fileDownload the application form for full details and to apply.

Ted Rogers School Graduate Entrance Award

The criteria for a Ted Rogers Graduate Entrance Award include academic excellence, extracurricular/community involvement, and financial need. PDF fileDownload the application form for full details and to apply.

Ontario Graduate Scholarship Program (OGS)

OGS awards are merit-based scholarships available to students in all disciplines of academic study. OGS has a value of $15,000 per year and each is tenable for a maximum of one (1) year (three (3) terms) and a minimum of two (2) consecutive terms. To learn more, visit the Yeates School of Graduate Studies website.

Ted Rogers School In-Program Scholarships

Background & Purpose

This award was established by the 2013/2014 WiLA Executive in hopes of perpetuating the inroads of opportunities for women in the MBA program at Ryerson. This scholarship promotes the fundamental belief that gender equality is essential for sustainable corporate success.

Since inception, the WiLA award has recognized a number of incoming full-time or part-time female students of the Ted Rogers MBA program who demonstrated a dedication to leadership in their community and/or workplace. This year the WiLA award has expanded to also include female students in the Master of Science in Management and Master of Health Administration (Community Care) programs.

Eligibility and Application Information

To be eligible for this award, students must:

  • Be a woman or anyone who identifies as a woman;
  • Be an incoming full-time or part-time graduate student (i.e. first year of their graduate program) in the Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Management, or Master of Health Administration (Community Care) program;
  • Demonstrate leadership in their community and/or workplace, through leadership initiatives and accomplishments.

Application Deadline

January 8, 2019

Award Amount

$2,500

Award Schedule

To be presented in the 2018-19 academic year

Number and Amount of Awards

The expendable funds will provide three annual awards of $2,500 in the 2018-19 academic year.

Criteria

A completed application must include:

  • Application letter/written statement (500 words) describing how the applicant has previously shown leadership in the community and/or workplace and how she plans to continue this trend during her graduate studies in the Ted Rogers School of Management.
  • Professional resume.

Submission

Please email your application to the respective program email: mba@ryerson.ca, mscm@ryerson.ca, or mhacc@ryerson.ca. Include WiLA Award Application in the subject line.

Background & Purpose

Thanks to a gift from the Estate of Beverley A. Dales, we have been fortunate to establish the Beverley A. Dales Award for Women in Leadership dedicated to fostering connections among the female members of our Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science in Management (MScM) and Master of Health Administration (Community Care) cohorts who demonstrate a dedication to leadership in their community and/or workplace. Beverley graduated from Ryerson in 1960 with a diploma in Merchandising Administration and always considered her Ryerson education as a springboard to an interesting and engaging career. 

In 1997, Beverley was honoured to accept a position on Ryerson University’s Board of Governors and proudly served two terms as an active and vocal member. She also served as a Board member of YWCA of Toronto where she helped to launch the Women of Distinction Awards. During her life, she was also a volunteer, donor and proud supporter of the Canadian Women’s Foundation, Interval House and the Stephen Lewis Foundation and its Grandmothers’ Gathering. Beverley passed away in 2016.

The Ted Rogers School of Management is honoured to connect the name of one of its most distinguished alumni with the Women in Leadership Awards. Beginning in 2018 and in each subsequent year, the Beverley A. Dales Award will be one of the awards presented at the WiLA Award Reception.

Application Deadline

January 8, 2019

Award Amount

$2,500

Award Schedule

The first award was presented in the Spring of 2017-18 academic year and one award will be presented each year in perpetuity.

Number and Amount of Awards

One annual award of $2,500 commencing in the 2017-18 academic year in perpetuity.

Eligibility and Application Information

To be eligible for this award, students must:

  • Be registered as a full-time or part-time graduate student at Ryerson University and have a clear academic standing;
  • Be an incoming graduate student (i.e. first year of their graduate program);
  • Be a woman or anyone who identifies as a woman;
  • Be enrolled in either the MBA, MScM, or MHA(CC) program.
 

Criteria and Weighting

A completed application must include:

  • Application letter/written statement (500 words) demonstrating their dedication to leadership and detailing any past experience in entrepreneurship and/or communications (70% weighting).
  • Professional resume (30% weighting).

Submission 

Please email your application to the respective program email: mba@ryerson.ca, mscm@ryerson.ca, or mhacc@ryerson.ca. Include Beverley A. Dales Award for Women in Leadership Application in the subject line.

  

Background & Purpose

Through an initiative led by the Women in Leadership Association (WiLA) to elevate public awareness of Ted Rogers School of Management’s Not An Old Boy campaign, a one-time $10,000 contribution was made by the Dean to establish this award. It will be distributed through four (4) x $2,500 scholarships to graduate students at the Ted Rogers School of Management.

The purpose of this award is to celebrate Ted Rogers School of Management’s mandate in breaking the mould of business schools, boardrooms, corporate Canada and the traditional image tied to strong leadership potential, which supports the notion that success and advancement is Not an Old Boy’s club. This award promotes the fundamental principles of diversity and inclusion as a catalyst to corporate success and recognizes the inherent value in diversity of thought, both formally and informally.

The Not An Old Boy Award will be given to champions of change who break down barriers and stereotypes, use a platform of equal opportunity and diversity/inclusion to leverage collaboration over competition, and create successes anywhere from classroom to work place, and/or to communities.

Application Deadline

January 8, 2019

Award Amount

$2,500

Award Schedule

The awards will be presented at the TRSM Graduate Awards Ceremony and the 2019 and 2020 WiLA Gala.

Number and Amount of Awards

  • 2 x $2,500 for the 2018-19 academic year
  • 2 x $2,500 for the 2019-20 academic year

Eligibility and Application Information

To be eligible for this award, students must:

  • Be a full-time or part-time graduate student at the Ted Rogers School of Management;
  • Students are eligible to apply regardless of their year of study, but are only eligible to earn this award once (1x) in their academic career;
  • Gender, sex and any/all intersections of diversity are not factors for eligibility for this award.

Criteria and Weighting

A completed application must include:


  • Application letter/written statement (500 words) describing how the applicant has acted as a champion of diversity and inclusion, and is a genuine believer that with diversity of thought comes opportunity for growth, change and innovation. The applicant must also describe how she/he has a meaningful and deliberate intention to continue this trend during her/his graduate level business studies and into her/his professional career (70% weighting).
  • Professional resume (30% weighting).

Submission

Please email your application to the respective program email: mba@ryerson.ca, mscm@ryerson.ca, or mhacc@ryerson.ca. Include Not An Old Boy Award Application in the subject line.

  

Background & Purpose

To recognize the academic achievement of a graduate student enrolled in the MBA program at the Ted Rogers School of Management who has achieved the highest grade in the Real Estate Finance course.

Eligibility and Application Information

To be eligible for this award, students must:

  • Be enrolled as a full-time or part-time graduate student in the MBA program and have clear academic standing;
  • Achieve the highest grade in the graduate Real Estate Finance course (MB8506).

Submission

Please email your application to mba@ryerson.ca. Include Paul Grewal/CAAMP Foundation Award Application in the subject line.

Application Deadline

January 8, 2019

Award Amount

$5,000

Award Schedule

To be presented in the 2018-19 academic year.

Number and Amount of Awards

The expendable funds will provide one annual award of $5,000 commencing in the 2013-14 academic year. The award will be made available to eligible students for a minimum of five (5) years.

Background & Purpose

To recognize academic excellence in Real Estate Finance and demonstrated interest in the real estate sector for an MBA student. The CoreNet Canada Award will be presented during the 2018-19 academic year.

Eligibility and Application Information

To be eligible for this award, students must:

  • Be enrolled as a graduate student at the Ted Rogers School of Management and have clear academic standing;
  • Received a minimum GPA of 3.67 (A-) in Real Estate Finance (MB8506) and Retail & Commercial Real Estate Development (MB8502).

Criteria

A completed application must include:

  • Application letter/written statement (250 – 500 words) describing your interest and involvement in the real estate sector, through Major Research Paper topic in Real Estate, and/or through employment within the real estate sector. Applications are strictly confidential.

Application Deadline

January 8, 2019

Award Amount

$1,000

Award Schedule

To be presented in the 2018-19 academic year

Number and Amount of Awards

One award of $1,000 in the 2018-19 academic year

 

Submission

Please email your application to mba@ryerson.ca. Include CoreNet Award Application in the subject line.

Background & Purpose

This award will be given to a graduate student candidate that demonstrates academic excellence in the Ted Rogers School of Management MBA program with a background interest in real estate management, with preference given to a candidate from an equity seeking group (a person with a disability; a racialized person or member of a visible minority; an Aboriginal person in Canada; a female; a member of the 2SLGBTQ+ community).

Eligibility and Application Information

To be eligible for this award, students must:

  • Be registered as a full-time or part-time graduate student at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing;
  • Be enrolled in the Ted Rogers School of Management MBA Program;
  • Be enrolled in the first, second, or third year of their program;
  • Meet a minimum CGPA of 3.00 averaged among all real estate courses taken (minimum of two courses completed to be considered).

Application Deadline

January 8, 2019

Award Amount

$3,000

Award Schedule

The first award will be presented in the 2018-19 academic year.

Number and Amount of Awards

The expendable funds will provide one annual award of $3,000 commencing in the 2018/2019 academic year for three years.

Criteria and Weighting

A completed application must include:

  • A Major Research Paper (MRP) topic that demonstrates interest in the real estate sector and/or submit a written statement that describes community service or employment within the real estate sector (100% weighting).

Submission

Please email your application to mba@ryerson.ca. Include REALPAC Outstanding Achievement in Real Estate Management Award Application in the subject line.

Background & Purpose

Established by the John and Kim Morrison Family Foundation, this award is to be given to a graduate student in the Ted Rogers MBA or the Master of Science in Management specializing in Real Estate Management.

John Morrison is a member of the Real Estate Management Advisory Council and is a committed volunteer for the Ted Rogers School of Management. This donation honours Ken Jones, former Dean of the Ted Rogers School of Management.

Eligibility and Application Information

To be eligible for this award, students must:

  • Be registered as a full-time graduate student at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing;
  • Be registered in the Ted Rogers MBA or Master of Science in Management specializing in Real Estate Management;
  • Demonstrate academic excellence with the highest GPA over two real estate courses;
  • Demonstrate financial need as determined by Ryerson University by completion of a PDF filestudent budget submission form.

Criteria

A completed application must include:

Application Deadline

January 8, 2019

Award Amount

$5,000

Award Schedule

To be presented in the Fall of the 2018-19 academic year.

Number and Amount of Awards

One annual award of $5,000 commencing in the 2018-19 academic year for five (5) years.

Submission

Please email your application to the respective program email: mba@ryerson.ca or mscm@ryerson.ca. Include Ken Jones Graduate Award in Real Estate Application in the subject line.

  

Background & Purpose

Thanks to a $60,000 donation from the Supply Chain Management Association Ontario (SCMAO), each year the Ted Rogers School of Management issues one (1) Graduate Award with an intended value of $5,000.

The purpose of this award is to recognize the academic achievement of, and to provide financial assistance for, one (1) student enrolled in the MBA in the Management of Technology and Innovation program, Supply Chain Management Specialization at Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University.

Eligibility and Application Information

To be eligible for this award, students must:

  • Be registered as a full-time or part-time graduate student, with clear academic standing, in the Ted Rogers School of Management, in one of the following: MBA or MBA in the Management of Technology and Innovation program, Supply Chain Management Specialization;
  • Be a Canadian Citizen, a Permanent Resident or a Protected Person;
  • Be an Ontario resident;
  • Demonstrate financial need as determined by Ryerson University through the completion of a detailed PDF filestudent budget submission in accordance with OTSS guidelines;
  • Provide a copy of the Major Research Paper (MRP) required as part of the Supply Chain Management Specialization or Thesis with Supply Chain as research topic;
  • Demonstrate overall excellence in their studies with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in the courses required for Supply Chain Management Specialization.

Application Deadline

January 8, 2019

Award Amount

$5,000

Award Schedule

To be presented in the 2018-19 academic year

Number and Amount of Awards

One award of $5,000 in the 2018-19 academic year

Criteria and Weighting

A completed application must include:

  • Provide a copy of a Major Research Paper (MRP) required as part of the Supply Chain Management Specialization or Thesis with Supply Chain as research topic (70% weighting).
  • GPA (30% weighting).

Submission

Please email your application to mba@ryerson.ca. Include SCMAO Award Application in the subject line.