The Conrad Centre offers a range of scholarships to students who have been accepted into the full-time MBET program. Multiple funding opportunities are available to reward students for their entrepreneurial drive, passion, and creativity.
The MBET program is eligible for funding from the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).
*The tuition rates listed on this page are meant as a guide only, tuition rates can and do change according to government funding. For exact amounts, visit the university's Student Financial Services page regularly.
Canadian Citizens & Permanent Residents:
Tuition for the 2016/2017 academic year was approximately $32,883 Cdn, plus incidental fees.
Tuition was approximately $39,222 Cdn.
Textbooks, living expenses, laptops, and incidental fees are additional.
Tuition is paid over three academic terms and is due in the months of August, December, and April. A complete list of deadlines can be found at the Students Accounts section of Finance department at Waterlo
Full-time MBET students can apply for the following two scholarships through the submission of a mini business plan.
|Conrad Family Scholarships|
|Amount||Scholarships up to $10,000|
The Conrad Family has provided these scholarships to help students achieve their business and entrepreneurial dreams of launching a new venture.
These scholarships will be awarded to students based on the submission of a mini business plan based on entrepreneurial passion, quality of the business plan, and record of academic achievement. The plan will be reviewed by Conrad faculty members. The successful candidate will receive a scholarship up to $10,000.
|The Norman Esch Entrepreneurship Scholarship|
|Amount||Two scholarships of $10,000 each|
These scholarships will be awarded to students based on the submission of a mini business plan. The plan will be reviewed by Conrad faculty members. The successful candidates will each receive a $10,000 scholarship.
All full-time MBET students will automatically be considered for these scholarship upon acceptance into the MBET program. There is no further application process.
Students are nominated for these scholarships by the MBET Admission Committee based on merit and specific criteria that the donors have requested.
|Ross and Doris Dixon Scholarship|
|Description||The Ross and Doris Dixon Scholarship, valued at $6,000, will be awarded annually to one MBET student. Selection will be made by the Admission Committee based on academic accomplishments and entrepreneurial attributes.|
|Kevin Kimsa MBET Graduate Scholarship|
The Kevin Kimsa MBET Graduate Scholarship, valued at $10,000 per year, will be awarded to an eligible MBET student. The recipient will be selected by the MBET Admissions Committee based on previous academic accomplishments and entrepreneurial attributes required to successfully complete the program, as demonstrated in the admissions interview.
|Wesley M. Nicol MBET Scholarship|
|Amount||Up to $10,000|
|Description||The Wesley M. Nicol Scholarship, valued at $10,000, will be awarded annually to one MBET student (or divided evenly between two MBET students). Selection will be made by the MBET Admissions Committee, based on scholastic excellence and demonstrated interest in entrepreneurship.|
|WJ Beynon Memorial Scholarship|
|Amount||Up to $10,000|
|Description||A scholarship valued at up to $10,000 is awarded annually to one MBET student on the basis of academic achievement. Preference will be given to candidates from Lambton County.|
|EB Ted Cross|
|Description||The EB Ted Cross Scholarship, valued at $5,000, will be awarded annually to one MBET student. Selection will be made by the Admission Committee based on academic accomplishments and entrepreneurial attributes.|