What is the Engineers Canada National Scholarships Program?
Each year, in partnership with Manulife Financial and TD Insurance Meloche Monnex, we award seven cash prizes totalling $70,000 to professional engineers returning to university.
Why apply for an Engineers Canada scholarship?
These scholarships recognize the excellence of Canadian professional engineers and support advanced studies and research.
Who can apply for an Engineers Canada scholarship?
To be eligible to apply for one of these scholarships, you must be:
- registered as an engineer (P.Eng.) / ingénieur (ing.) in good standing with one of the provincial or territorial engineering regulatory bodies
- a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada
- a registered full-time student for the following academic year
Important to note
- The scholarships are tenable for full-time studies only
- Post-doctoral fellows are not eligible to apply
- Engineers-in-training or junior engineers are not eligible to apply
How are recipients selected?
Scholarship recipients are selected by the Engineers Canada Awards Committee based on the terms of reference and selection criteria.
The deadline for submissions of the 2014 Engineers Canada scholarships is March 1, 2014.
When are applications accepted?
The annual deadline for consideration in the current scholarship year is March 1.
Which scholarships am I eligible to apply for?
There are three types of scholarships:
- Engineers Canada-Manulife Financial Three scholarships valued at $12,500 each to support Canadian professional engineers returning to university for further study or research in an engineering field.
- Engineers Canada-TD Insurance Meloche Monnex Three scholarships valued at $7,500 each to support Canadian professional engineers returning to university for further study or research. Your studies must be in a field other than engineering, but one that will complement your engineering practice.
- Engineers Canada-TD Insurance Meloche Monnex Léopold Nadeau One scholarship valued at $10,000 and presented to a Canadian professional engineer returning to university for further study or research. Your studies must be in public policy development and related to engineering.
How do I identify a past winner?
You can search the database by recipient name, scholarship name, or year received
How do I apply?
For information on how to apply for an Engineers Canada scholarship, visit the National Scholarship Program: Terms of Reference page.
Engineers Canada reserves the right to cancel, withdraw or amend any award, scholarship and/or fellowship without prior notice.