Online Awards Applications

The Financial Aid and Awards office administers a comprehensive program of scholarships, awards and bursaries for undergraduate and graduate students.

The following online applications are available by selecting from the drop down menu:

Bursary Program - Financial assistance based on financial need.

General Awards Program - Annual competition for donor funded scholarships.

Jason Lang Scholarship - An Alberta Scholarship Programs scholarship.

Various other award competitions are available throughout the year. For a complete listing of all scholarships, awards and bursaries, visit the Financial Aid and Awards website.

Concordia Bursary Program (Open for Graduate Level Students only)

Graduate students enrolled full-time in a degree program, diploma program or certificate program are invited to submit an application for the Concordia University of Edmonton Graduate Students’ Association Bursary. A bursary is non-repayable financial assistance awarded to domestic and international students on the basis of financial need. Students are expected to make plans for funding their education through primary sources such as personal and family savings, scholarships and awards, and employment earnings. A bursary is meant to supplement, not replace, other financial assistance.

Am I eligible for the CUE Graduate Students’ Association Bursary?

  • Enrolled in a degree program, diploma program, or certificate program at the graduate level
  • Enrolled full-time (minimum 60% of a full-course load)
  • Satisfactory academic standing for your program of study (on most recent coursework)
  • Demonstrate financial need on a modest standard of living. The recipient must not be receiving financial support from their employer or sponsorship to undertake their program of study

Application Process

Submit an online application form by March 5, 2018

Questions?

You can call +1 780 479 9220 or email finaid@concordia.ab.ca for more assistance.

Concordia General Awards Program (Closed)

This competitive undergraduate awards program consists of donor-funded scholarships and awards. General award qualifications may include but are not limited to academic achievement, community service, leadership qualities, personal qualities, professional promise and financial need. Applicants are required to submit a 250-500 word essay and two letters of reference with their application. Students may apply for these awards each year. The application opens mid-November and the deadline to apply is January 15th. Recipients are notified in early March and receive cash awards.

Application Process

Submit an online application form by the January 15th deadline. Submit Letters of Reference to the Enrolment Services office within 5 business days (January 22nd). The online application requires the following information to be submitted which you can prepare for in advance of the deadline:

  • Financial information (Tuition, fees, books and resources)
  • A listing of your extracurricular activities
  • A brief essay on your extracurricular accomplishments (under 500 words)
  • Two letters of reference (submitted separately)

Concordia General Awards FAQ

Letter of Reference Guidelines

A Guide for Obtaining Quality References for Scholarship Applications

Resume Writing for Scholarships and Awards

Questions?

Contact Enrolment Services at +1 780 479 9220 or send an email to finaid@concordia.ab.ca or check the Frequently Asked Questions

Jason Lang Scholarship Application (Closed)

The Jason Lang Scholarship Application is now closed. The Jason Lang Scholarship, valued at $1,000 is an undergraduate scholarship for Alberta students with outstanding academic achievement attending full-time post-secondary studies in Alberta. These scholarships are funded by the government of Alberta through Alberta Advanced Education, and are administered by Concordia University of Edmonton in conjunction with Student Aid Alberta.

Questions?

Contact Enrolment Services at +1 780 479 9220 or send an email to finaid@concordia.ab.ca or check the Jason Lang Scholarship FAQ