Knowledge Integration Experience Awards

Award type: 
Scholarships/awards, Entrepreneurial awards, International experience awards
Award description: 

One or two awards, valued at up to $1,000 each, will be provided annually to full-time undergraduate students enrolled in Year Two, Three, or Four of the Bachelor of Knowledge Integration (KI) program to help support an activity which will enhance their learning experience such as an international exchange, an entrepreneurial venture, or other worthy project (excluding the museum field trip). The experience must be undertaken during the current academic year (Fall, Winter, or Spring). Selection will be based on academic merit as well as a statement from the candidate describing how the experience will enhance their educational goals and a budget of estimated expenses along with other potential sources of funding. Following the experience, recipients will be asked to provide a brief report in which they reflect on their learning. They will also be encouraged to work with KI to share their experiences with current and future KI students. This fund is made possible by donations in support of the Knowledge Integration program. Interested students may submit their application to the Department of Knowledge Integration by October 1 or February 1.

Value description: 

One or two awards, valued at up to $1,000 each

Eligibility & selection criteria: 
  • academic merit
  • a statement describing how the experience will enhance their educational goals
  • a budget of estimated expenses along with other potential sources of funding
Level: 
Year Two, Year Three, Year Four
Program:
Environment→Knowledge Integration
Citizenship: 
Canadian citizen/Permanent resident, International/study permit student
Selection process: 
Application required
Term: 
Winter, Fall
Application deadline: 
February 1, October 1
Additional instructions: 

Interested students are to submit a statement and a budget to the Department of Knowledge Integration (refer to award description above). Following the experience, recipients will be asked to provide a brief report in which they reflect on their learning.

Contact:
  • See contact detail below.
Contact detail: 

Darlene McGeer, Undergraduate Advisor and Field Trip Coordinator

Anticipated Aid for your Promissory Note

OSAP, award and scholarship amounts will be posted as Anticipated Aid on your Quest account each term. Fall 2020 full-time OSAP funding will be added as anticipated aid on Quest accounts starting August 5 and will continue to be updated throughout the Promissory Note period.

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