Each academic year, numerous students in the Faculty of Education receive funding to support their education. Scholarships, bursaries, and awards at the University of Manitoba are administered by Financial Aid and Award Funding is available for education students at all levels, in different years of the programs, and in all program. North American Indigenous Students are encouraged to review important information from Financial Aid and Awards.
Each year, applicants will be considered for the following graduate education awards:
Submit completed applications and supplemental documents electronically to the Office of the Associate Dean (Graduate & Research) at: firstname.lastname@example.org. More detailed information is available on the application form. Awards have been allocated for 2018.
Undergraduate programs are defined as the bachelor of after-degree bachelor of education, and the post-baccalaureate diploma in Education (PBDE).
The graduate program includes the master's and post-doctoral programs.
An award or scholarship usually given to a recipient based on academic achievement, but may also involve additional criteria such as community involvement.
A bursary is usually given to a recipient based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic progress.
Entrance awards may involve criteria such as demonstrated financial need; academic achievement; and other selection criteria as requested by the donors.
Medals are primarily given to recipients based academic excellence.
The application process for University of Manitoba scholarships, awards and bursaries is online and may be accessed through your Aurora Student Portal.
These are examples of external funding available to education students. This is not an exhaustive list and students are encouraged to independently investigate all of your options. Don’t forget to use the University of Manitoba’s Searchable Awards Database.
The University of Manitoba also has a list of awards requiring applications.
Education Alumni Scholarships: Three annual scholarships of $1,000 each for part- or full-time students continuing a program of studies in the Faculty of Education of The University of Manitoba who has participated in school and community activities and has demonstrated potential as an educational leader and with a minimum DGPA of 3.0. Deadline usually in June of each year.
Rhodes Scholarships: UM internal deadline usually beginning of October of each year.
Seine River School Division Scholarships: Deadline is usually in March of each year.
Sheldon Oberman Award from Manitoba Association for Teachers of English (MATE): Deadline usually in October of each year.