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MSW Awards, Scholarships, and Bursaries

Current external scholarships/awards

Hilary M. Weston Scholarship

Amount: $7,500Hilary M. Weston scholarship flyer

Number of awards: 2

Application due date: December 15, 2017

To be eligible, students must plan to be enrolled in a graduate-level social work program during the 2018-19 academic year with a demonstrated interest in, and commitment to, mental health issues and must be a resident of Ontario. Each recipient will receive a one-time scholarship of $7,500. 

If interested, visit the Government of Ontario's community scholarship webpage for more information regarding eligibility and how to apply. 

Hilary M. Weston Scholarship Flyer (PDF)

Master of Social Work financial aid:

We offer many scholarships, awards and bursaries every year to help our students finance their education. 

At Renison we understand that your education is a big investment. Below you will find many sources of financial assistance, resources, and tools to help you plan for one of the best investments of your life.

For more information, please check Renison's tuition and financial aid webpage. 

For currently offered financial aid, please see Renison's full listing of scholarships, awards, and bursaries.

University of Waterloo awards and bursaries

University of Waterloo Student Awards Office has information regarding scholarships, awards and bursaries for which students may be eligible to apply.  

For more information, please contact:
Student Awards Office in Needles Hall
Telephone: (519) 888-4567 ext. 36042

Payment of awards

Awards are paid to recipients before the end of each term. 

OSAP

Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a government loan program to help Ontario resident students finance their education through interest-free loans while in full-time studies.

To learn more about OSAP, how it works, and how to apply, please visit Renison's OSAP information page.

Financial planning

Begin planning your finances with our Interactive Budget Calculator.

ALSO: CanLearn is the source for interactive information and tools designed to help you save, plan and pay for post-secondary education.