Financial Aid and Awards is accepting applications for the ConocoPhillips Canada Centennial Scholarship Program 2012-2013.
To apply, please refer to the attached program guidelines and application form.
Completed applications must be submitted to the SFU Financial Aid and Awards office by Friday May 18, 2012.
The applications will be adjudicated at SFU. Only the successful applications will be nominated to AUCC (Association of Universities and Colleagues in Canada).
The Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada is pleased to announce the following scholarship program.
ConocoPhillips Canada Centennial Scholarship Program
To support young Canadian visionaries who have a drive to make a difference in the future. The scholarship program encourages individuals with academic excellence and demonstrated leadership. The Centennial scholarship program will have a national presence and will create a legacy for ConocoPhillips Canada Centennial year.
Number of Awards
Up to four 4 scholarships at the bachelor degree level or at the diploma level. Students are allowed to apply for an award in only one category.
Fields of study/Program requirements:
- 2 awards are offered to students pursuing Petroleum studies
- 1 award is offered to students pursuing environmental/sustainable development studies;
- 1 award is offered to students in any field of study or discipline;
- Programs of study must be of a minimum two-year duration;
- University preparatory programs in any jurisdiction are not eligible (e.g. CEGEPs-pre-university diploma).
Requirements for eligibility:
Eligible applicants must have:
- a minimum average of 70% (or the equivalent) over the last two semesters of available marks;
- be nominated by an eligible institution;
- be Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status.
- Up to $5,000 CAD per year for a diploma program, tenable for up to two consecutive years or until first diploma is obtained and includes:
- up to $2,500 maximum per year for tuition and compulsory fees;
- $2,500 per year towards living expenses.
- Up to $10,000 CAD per year for a bachelor degree program, tenable for up to two consecutive years or until first degree is obtained and includes:
- up to $5,000 maximum per year for tuition and compulsory fees;
- $5,000 per year towards living expenses.
For more information:
Click below to download application form.
2012 ConocoPhillips APPLICATION EN
Click below to download guidelines.
2012 ConocoPhillips GUIDELINES EN