University of Toronto - St. George



Canadian Students
Entrance: 2,400Lowest:  Highest:  
In-School: 2,000Lowest:  Highest:  


Canadian Students
Entrance: 0Lowest: $200Highest: $1,000

Notes for Canadian Students

The University and its divisions provide bursaries ranging from $200.00 to $1,000.00 annually according to financial need. The University also provides 2,400 admission scholarships and more than 2,000 in-course scholarships in addition to the University of Toronto scholars program, 150 non-renewable awards valued at $3,000.00 and 100 non-renewable awards valued at $1,500.00, at the end of each of first, second, and third year. In addition, national scholarships include tuition for four years, residence in first year plus a varying, renewable cash award.

Notes for International Students

Please view 'Financial Aid Notes for Canadian Students'.

2,262 scholarship(s) found.
  Scholarship Value Deadline
Dr. Fred Douglas Memorial Award n/s n/s
Dr. K. J. R. Wightman Award in Internal Medicine n/s n/s
Dr. Harry Jolley Bursary n/s n/s
Dr. D. V. Vakil Memorial Award n/s n/s
Dr. and Mrs. M.A. Pollock Award n/s n/s
William R. Jackson Award $500 n/s
W. K. Kellogg Loan Fund n/s n/s
W.B. Dunphy In-Course Scholarship $1,800 November 15, 2013
Anchor Schoring & Caissons Ltd. Scholarship n/s n/s
Dr. And Mrs. A. A. Track Scholarship n/s n/s
Dr. Barry Ehrlich Memorial Scholarship n/s n/s
Dr. James A. & Connie P. Dickson Scholarships in the Sciences and Mathematics n/s n/s
Dr. Paul LaDelfa Memorial Admission Scholarship n/s n/s
MR. SUB Scholarship n/s n/s
Szechenyi Society Inc. Undergraduate Scholarships in Hungarian Studies n/s n/s
Thomas A. Russell Scholarships $700 n/s
Walter F. Watkins Scholarships n/s n/s
William G. Wolfson Scholarship in Economics n/s n/s
Douglas Bodle - St. Andrew’s Award n/s n/s
Annie L. Laird Prize in Nutrition & Food Science n/s n/s
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