Entrance Awards

See list below of international development related internal entrance awards/scholarships.  We recommend that you search all internal award/scholarship opportunities as there are many others that may apply to you.  To search internal entrance awards, visit the Office of Graduate Studies Graduate Award Search page.  To search external awards, visit the Office of Graduate Studies External Awards page. Click on the headings for each award below for full descriptions and information on how to apply.

Nora Cebotarev Memorial Graduate Scholarship [E8012] (25,000)
International female students from developing countries who have demonstrated a commitment to social change entering either a masters or doctoral program.

N.R. Richards Scholarship [E5161] (4,000)
Students entering OAC who are planning to pursue graduate studies in land resource use and/or rural planning and development.

J. Alden and Isobelle McLean Scholarship [E5614] (1,200)
Students who are entering the area of Rural Extension Studies, the School of Rural Planning and Development or the Rural Studies doctoral program, and who will be conducting research in rural community development.

Ellen Nilsen Memorial Award [E5847] (1,500)
International female students from developing countries entering either a masters or doctoral program who have demonstrated a commitment to social change.

Earnest Austin Weir Memorial Scholarship [E5195] (1,200)
Entering graduate students in the areas of Land Resource Science, Rural Extension Studies, and Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics, Landscape Architecture and Rural Planning and Development who have at least a 'B+' average and will be conducting research on sustainable rural community development.

Anna and Val Hovanec Scholarship [E8010] (14,000)
Students entering a Masters program offered by CSAHS in an area related to women in rural communities.

Lila Engberg Scholarship in International Development [E8005] (4,500)
For full-time masters students entering the collaborative program in International Development Studies with a research agenda in the area of poverty alleviation, economic empowerment of women and/or ways to improve livelihood security for women and families in developing countries.
*No application is required.