Scholarships, bursaries, and prizes are provided by the University and many other donors and are usually based on academic performance. While most do not require that you indicate financial need, some combine need and merit. For details, visit UBC Student Services Awards, Scholarships, and Bursaries.
Scholarships, Bursaries, and Loans
UBC students are eligible for a variety of internal and external scholarships and bursaries to help you pay for your education. You can use these resources to help you explore your funding options:
- Tuition and Entrance Scholarships
- Awards, scholarships and bursaries
- UBC Bursary Program
- UBC Awards Search
- Student Loans
Department/Program Scholarship Information
There are some scholarships only eligible to students from certain Departments or Programs. Each Program and Department typically has their own process for identifying students. To learn more about the different processes and scholarships available, visit the Department and Program pages:
- Chemical & Biological Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Geological Engineering
- Materials Engineering
- Mining Engineering
Some Programs and Departments may have processes not published on their websites. Talk to your advisor for more details.
Other Funding Opportunities
In addition to scholarships, bursaries, and loans, you can also gain funding through research and work. These are valuable opportunities to gain practical experiences while also earning money.
- The Engineering Co-op Program
- Undergraduate Research
- Work Learn Program
- Professional Activities Fund
- Global Fund