One scholarship, valued at up to $4,500, is awarded annually to a first-year undergraduate student entering the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science. Selection is based on high school admission grades, results of Math contests as administered through CEMC, and extracurricular achievement as assessed through the Admission Information Form. Recipients may be eligible for an interview with Marsh Canada for a potential summer or co-op work term. No application is required. Established in 2001 by Marsh Canada, this scholarship honours the memory of Bernard Mascarenhas and his long-standing dedication to Marsh. Bernard was killed on September 11, 2001 at 8:45 a.m., while he and his colleagues participated in a meeting on the 97th floor of the World Trade Centre, North Tower in New York City. During his 23-year career with Marsh, Bernard consistently exemplified the Marsh virtues of integrity, vision, innovation, and excellence.
up to $4,500
- academic performance
- Admission Information Form (AIF)
- Contest results as administered through CEMC