The Rhodes Scholarship is a fully funded scholarship for postgraduate study at the University of Oxford. Rhodes Scholars can apply to study most degrees offered by the university; many complete second undergraduate degrees or pursue MSc or PhD study.
Successful applicants have high undergraduate grades, demonstrated leadership skills, and they have made a positive impact on their community.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Rhodes scholarship please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Working with the Acadia Rhodes committee was key to my personal growth and academic success. Even though I didn't win the Rhodes in the end, the application and interview process gave me the skills to confidently pursue other opportunities.The experience undoubtedly propelled me to apply directly to the University of Oxford. This not only led to my acceptance into the graduate program of my choice, but I also received the All Souls Hugh Springer Graduate Scholarship, which provided full funding to support my studies. What started with support from the Acadia Rhodes committee a few years ago continues to open doors for me today. I am now pursuing a fully-funded PhD in Biology at Oxford.
BSc (Hons) Acadia
PhD Candidate, University of Oxford
The Gates-Cambridge Scholarship provides full funding for postgraduate study at the University of Cambridge. Gates-Cambridge Scholars can apply to study any postgraduate degree (MSc or PhD) offered by the university.
Successful applicants have high undergraduate grades, demonstrated leadership skills, and a commitment to improving the lives of others.
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3M National Student Fellowship
The 3M National Student Fellowship honours up to ten full-time diploma and undergraduate students at Canadian post-secondary schools who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their lives and at their institution. These students embrace a vision of education that enhances their academic experience and beyond.
Up to 10 Fellowships awarded each year.
The award includes:
- Recognition in Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) and 3M Canada social media, and partnering media, e.g., Maclean’s and University Affairs
- Certificate and recognition at the annual Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) conference in June
- Letter from STLHE President and 3M Canada to their identified institutional leader and to the individual awarded
- STLHE membership for two years
- be a current full time student at a Canadian postsecondary institution, including cégeps, colleges, polytechnics, and universities, excluding post-graduate students (e.g., masters, continuing professional educator, or doctoral)
- have completed at least one full semester of study at the time of nomination
- have not previously received a 3M student fellowship
You do not need to be a member of STLHE. Your nominator must be at a Canadian post-secondary institution.
In recognition of the systemic conditions of disadvantage in higher education and society, the fellowship encourages nominations of members of groups that have been historically disadvantaged and marginalized, including First Nations, Metis, and Inuit peoples, Indigenous peoples of North America, racialized persons, persons with disabilities, and those who identify as women and/or 2SLGBTQI.
McCall MacBain Scholarship
The McCall MacBain Scholarship is a full graduate scholarship that provides students with the mentorship, interdisciplinary learning, and global community they need to accelerate their impact on the world.
To be eligible to apply for our 2024 cohort, you must meet ONE of the following criteria:
- You are a current student on track to earn your first bachelor’s degree by August 2024
- You earned your first bachelor’s degree in the last five years (January 2018 or later)
- You earned your first bachelor’s degree more than five years ago, and are 30 years or younger in 2023
You will also need to meet the minimum degree and language requirements for McGill master’s program admission.