pic-apply

The APEGA Education Foundation (AEF) fosters young people’s interest in science, technology, engineering and math. We support educational outreach programs and provide financial assistance for eligible Alberta students. Investing in students extends learning in science and technology and creates a strong Alberta.

Any student meeting the criteria outlined below is eligible for AEF funding AND we are committed to a future of increased diversity through specific support for women, aboriginal students and new Canadians.

Questions about AEF scholarships? Email us: edufound@apega.ca

Applications for 2017 AEF bursaries and scholarships will open in the spring. Applications are reviewed each year from June 1 to July 31

2016 Scholarships and Bursaries

AEF awards up to five $5,000 bursaries to Albertans enrolled in an undergraduate engineering or geoscience program anywhere in Canada. These bursaries are awarded primarily on financial need and non-academic accomplishments.

Eligibility

  • Student must be enrolled/accepted into any year of an undergraduate engineering or geoscience degree program at a Canadian institution
  • Student must have been an Alberta resident for at least 12 consecutive months prior to entering university
  • Student must demonstrate in sufficient detail that the bursary will enable attendance and/or completion of the degree that otherwise may not be possible
  • Student must demonstrate participation in extracurricular activities such as sport, recreation, arts, volunteering, mentoring, community involvement, etc.

Each year AEF awards up to two $5,000 bursaries to eligible First Nations students from Treaties 6, 7 and 8 studying in any year of engineering or geoscience at the University of Alberta, or a student in any discipline at the University of Calgary. Bursaries are awarded primarily on financial need and non-academic accomplishments.

 

Eligibility

  • Student must be a member of a Treaty 6, 7 or 8 (Alberta) First Nation
  • Student must be enrolled/accepted into any year of an undergraduate program in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Alberta or the Schulich School at the University of Calgary.
  • Student must demonstrate in sufficient detail that the bursary will enable attendance and/or completion of the degree that otherwise may not be possible
  • Student must demonstrate participation in extracurricular activities such as sport, recreation, arts, volunteering, mentoring, community involvement, etc.

The foundation awards one $5,000 bursary each year to an engineering graduate student at the University of Alberta, or to a graduate student in any discipline at the University of Calgary. Bursaries are awarded primarily on financial need and non-academic accomplishments.

Eligibility

  • Student must be enrolled/accepted into a postgraduate degree program in engineering at the University of Alberta, or any discipline at the University of Calgary
  • Student must be staying in Canada to further his/her career after completion of the degree
  • Student must demonstrate in sufficient detail that the bursary will enable attendance and/or completion of the degree that otherwise may not be possible
  • Student must demonstrate participation in extracurricular activities such as sport, recreation, arts, volunteering, mentoring, community involvement, etc.

Application Process & Timelines

  • Please ensure your application is complete. Incomplete applications, or failure to provide sufficient detail, may render your application ineligible
  • Applications will be received from June 1 to July 31 by the AEF Honours & Awards Committee
  • Successful applicants will be notified by August 31
  • Funds will be forwarded after the university confirms that you are enrolled/registered in the applicable program
  • The bursary is paid directly to the university.