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Fund your education

Recognizing your achievements

The Dhillon School of Business is proud to recognize academic achievement by offering approximately $400,000 in scholarships to assist students pursuing post-secondary education. In addition, the University of Lethbridge, along with many external agencies, offer a broad range of scholarships.

Don't let grades alone prevent you from applying for scholarships. Although academic proficiency is a requirement of all scholarships, many focus on a student's other attributes, including athletic and extra-curricular involvement, community service, financial need and membership in specific organizations.

How to apply for scholarships, grants, and awards

To find information on available scholarships, grants, and awards, visit the Scholarships and Student Finance website.

You can apply for most awards via the Bridge. When you log in, click on "Student" which will take you to a page that includes a link to "Apply for U of L awards."

Other external grants and scholarships

They include, but are not limited to:

CBIE International Learning Grants
Information on financing travel and living costs through scholarships.

Ford Foundation
Links to a variety of grants.

German Academic Exchange Service
Scholarships to foreign students studying in Germany.

Government of Canada
Links to scholarships and grants.

yconic
Scholarships, bursaries, fellowships, grants and other awards. You need to log in to access the information.

International Business Scholarship
Scholarships for Canadian students with international business interests.

Chinese Government Scholarship
Each year, the Chinese Government provides a number of full and partial scholarships enabling Albertans to study in China. Alberta high school graduates, post-secondary students and scholars wishing to participate in Chinese language studies, academic study at the undergraduate or graduate level or research are eligible. The language of instruction is primarily Chinese; however, the program may sponsor and recommend remedial Chinese language studies for applicants who are not applying for the Chinese language study program.

Rotary Scholarships
Provide funding for one academic year of study in another country.