Undergraduate Awards for CIVIL Students

Please refer to the Price Faculty of Engineering website for more information about Undergraduate Awards and Bursaries.

Below are Scholarships for Civil Engineering students that REQUIRE an application. Please click on each award name for more information.

   
Building Energy Management (BEMM) Scholarship in Engineering Completed 71 credit hrs; full-time 24 credit hrs (minimum 24 credit hrs); minimum 3.0 DGPA
Canada Northlands Development Award Canadian Citizen; Full-time; fourth year; worked at least two months in Canada's Northland
Consulting Engineers of Manitoba – Bill Evans Memorial Scholarship Completed between 30 and 112 credit hrs; or between 30 and 92 credit hrs (Co-operative Education Option); full-time (minimum 24 credit hrs); minimum 3.0 DGPA; demonstrated an interest in public and/or community service
Easton I. Lexier Award for Community Leadership Full-time student; enrolled in fourth year; minimum 3.00 DGPA; has demonstrated leadership and involvement in the community, civics or student government.
Ernest E. Robertson Scholarship Enrolled full-time at the University of Manitoba (in alternating years in the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences, the Price Faculty of Engineering, and the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources); minimum DGPA of 3.5;  writes the best short essay (maximum 500 words) on the importance of continuing the work of the Biomass Energy Institute.
Manitoba Aerospace Engineering Scholarship Enrolled full-time (minimum 80% course load (24 credit hrs)); completed a minimum of 48 credit hours of study in the Price Faculty of Engineering at the University of Manitoba; achieved a minimum DGPA of 3.0; a member of one of the following competition teams: University of Manitoba Society of Automotive Engineers (UMSAE), the ¼ Scale Tractor Competition, University of Manitoba Space Applications and Technology Society (UMSATS), or the Canadian Aerospace Institute (CASI); has demonstrated leadership, innovation and team involvement as a member of the competition team.
ACI Manitoba Chapter University of Manitoba Scholarship Enrolled full time in their third academic year in the Civil Engineering program in the Price Faculty of Engineering; minimum DGPA average of 3.5; has submitted an essay describing the applicant’s past experience, intended career plans and how these plans relate to concrete (500 words maximum).
Concrete Manitoba Scholarship Canadian or Permanent Resident; Full-time (minimum 80% course load); third or fourth year; Civil Engineering; passing grade in CIVL 2770
Professor Art Sparling Scholarship in Engineering Enrolled full-time (minimum 80% course load) in the fourth year of the civil engineering program in the Price Faculty of Engineering at the University of Manitoba; has achieved a minimum DGPA of 3.0; demonstrated volunteerism and community service.
Engineering Class Of 1946 Fiftieth Anniversary Award Offered to the female student with the highest standing among those female students who are proceeding into civil, electrical, or computer engineering and who demonstrate extra-curricular contributions.
Engineering Class Of 1946 Scholarship-Civil, Electrical or Computer Completed their first year of study at The University of Manitoba (or the common first year), and who elect to continue in either civil engineering, electrical or computer; have achieved high standing in the sciences, including mathematics, physics and chemistry; show evidence of leadership qualities and personal initiative, demonstrated by holding office, receiving awards, or making recognized contributions in extra-curricular activities in the latter years of high school and in the first full year of university study.
AECOM Scholarship Full-time (minimum 80%); third year of Civil, Mechanical, Electrical; Permanent Resident; Minimum 3.5