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Scholarships and bursaries for women

We provide funding for women pursuing full-time studies in Engineering, Trades, or Technology career streams. All applicants must self-declare as female.

We accept post-secondary applications annually from September 1 to October 15.

Maria Stanson Memorial Scholarship

We offer a $1,500 scholarship to 1 student who self-declares as female. You must:

  • Enrol in Engineering at the University of Manitoba immediately following high school graduation.

Selection is based on the highest average high school grade. The University of Manitoba Financial Aid & Awards office selects the students with the highest average high school grade and notifies us.

Recipients are awarded in June/July.

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First year Engineering bursary

We offer a $1,500 bursary to 1 student who self-declares as female. You must:

  • Be enrolled in your first year of studies at the University of Manitoba in Engineering (biosystems, civil, computer, electrical, or mechanical) or a member of the Engineering Access Program (ENGAP);
    OR
  • the Transfer Pathway Engineering program at the University College of the North.

Academic performance, home community, financial need, and community involvement are considered in the selection process.

The application period is from September 1 - October 15.

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Second year to final year Engineering bursary

We offer $2,500 bursaries to 2 students who self-declare as female. You must:

  • Be enrolled in their second year to final year of Engineering (biosystems, civil, computer, electrical, or mechanical) studies at the University of Manitoba or a member of the Engineering Access Program (ENGAP).

Academic performance, home community, financial need, and community involvement are considered in the selection process.

The application period is from September 1 - October 15.

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Engineering, Trades, or Technology bursary

We offer $1,500 bursaries to 3 students who self-declare as female. You must:

  • Be enrolled in one of the following programs:
    • Computer and Information Technology diploma;
    • Computer Science degree;
    • Construction management degree;
    • Engineering (electrical, computer, civil, mechanical, or biosystems);
    • Engineering Technology (civil, communications, electrical, electronic, instrumentation, mechanical, or power);
    • Pathway to Engineering Technology or Transfer Pathway Engineering program at the University College of the North.

Academic performance, home community, financial need, and community involvement are considered in the selection process.

The application period is from September 1 - October 15.

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