Medicine Awards at University of Calgary in Canada | 2013/14
Doctor of Medicine Canada Scholarships August Deadline 

Medicine Awards is offered at University of Calgary for students entering or continuing in the Doctor of Med (MD) program in Canada. Full details:

School(Institutions/ Country): University of Calgary | Canada

Level: Doctor of Medicine (MD)

Field(s): Medicine

Deadline: August 10, 2013.

Funded By: University of Calgary, Canada


Beneficiaries(Target Groups): Medicine Awards are targeted for students of Canada.

Benefits(Value/ Inclusions):

‣ Award No: Not Specified

Scholarship covers: Award funds are split into two equal payments over Fall and Winter Terms, and are automatically applied to outstanding tuition and fees. Award values stated as ‘tuition and fees’ do not include differential tuition fees. Students who complete the Medicine Bursaries application are also considered for Differential Tuition bursaries, provided the applicant submits proof of all outstanding government student loans. To be eligible for a Differential Tuition Bursary, a student must be paying the differential tuition fee to the Faculty of Medicine for the academic year in which the Differential Tuition Bursary is awarded.

Description

The University of Calgary offers bursaries(Medicine Awards) to students enrolled in the Doctor of Medicine (MD) program in the Faculty of Medicine.

Students wishing to apply for the competitive Medical Elective Awards submit a separate application; refer to the “Medical Elective Awards” section in this Calendar for details.

Students who complete the Medicine Bursaries application are also considered for Differential Tuition bursaries, provided the applicant submits proof of all outstanding government student loans.

To be eligible for a Differential Tuition Bursary, a student must be paying the differential tuition fee to the Faculty of Medicine for the academic year in which the Differential Tuition Bursary is awarded.


Eligibility

To apply for Medicine Awards, candidates must meet the following criteria:

Open to students entering or continuing in the Doctor of Medicine (MD) program at the University of Calgary.


Students in year two or three of the Doctor of Medicine program must be in satisfactory academic standing to be eligible for these awards.

Students entering the Bachelor of Health Sciences or Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation program (admitted on the basis of their high school grades) are not eligible for these awards and should apply for High School Awards (refer to the “High School Awards” section of this Calendar for details).

Students continuing in the Bachelor of Health Sciences or Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation program are not eligible for these awards and should apply for Undergraduate Awards for Continuing Students (refer to the “Undergraduate Awards for Continuing Students” section of this Calendar for details).

Scholarship Application Method

Apply electronically.

Students must submit the Faculty of Medicine Bursaries application, available in June 1 in the online Student Centre through the MyUofC portal (https://my.ucalgary.ca).

Students must submit the Faculty of Medicine Bursaries application, available in June 1 in the online Student Centre.

Scholarship Applications are due by 10 August 2013.

Notification

Recipients are notified by email for nominated awards in July; for competitive awards and Differential Tuition Bursaries at the end of August.

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