Anna Sprott Scholarship: $2,000 towards tuition cost. Open to support Women in Business. Sprott Shaw Business Faculty. Submission by a 300-word written essay.
Shirley Young Scholarship: $6,000 towards tuition costs. Open to support excellence in the Sprott Shaw Payroll program. Submission by a 300-word written essay.
Sprott Shaw Nursing Scholarship: $3,000 towards tuition cost. Open to support Canadian Nursing. Submission by a 300-word written essay.
Personal Growth and Fortitude Scholarship: $2,000 towards tuition cost granted annually to students who have exhibited a fortitude in undertaking the challenges of mental health with family/friends or within the community. Valid for all Sprott Shaw Healthcare programs. Submission by a 300-word written essay.
Passing It Forward Scholarship: $1,500 towards tuition cost. Open to those who are interested in a career in the childcare and education sectors. The scholarship is from the instructors at Sprott Shaw who support our Early Childhood and Teaching Assistant programs. Submission by a 300-word written essay.
RJ Sprott Grant: Returning Sprott Shaw Graduates. 12% reduction on tuition for any Sprott Shaw program 6 months or greater in length.
Since 1903 High School Grant: Sprott Shaw offers up to $4,000 towards your Sprott Shaw program of choice. Grant amounts are based on the program length by the number of weeks. This is available to all BC High School graduates who start a Sprott Shaw program within 1 year of graduation. Submission of an essay on the topic: “Why I am Interested in My Program of Choice” (min. 300 words) and copies of your Grade 11 and/or Grade 12 Transcripts are required. For more information click here.
Military and Veteran Grant: Sprott Shaw is committed to supporting our communities in which we are based, including service members and veterans, as they continue to make progress towards their educational goals. Our Military Tuition Discount program provides a 20% discount off the tuition of our programs. Must provide proof of military service. This does not apply to our Trades programs or International students. For more information click here.
All awards, grants and scholarships are subject to our Grant and Scholarship Terms and Conditions. All awards, grants and scholarships (with the exception of the Military Grant, Since 1903 High School Scholarship and RJ Sprott Award), will be selected by the awarding committee, which will sit the first week of August each year. All applicants can start writing the essay using the following phrase “I believe I am a suitable applicant for this award because…” Successful applicants are required to commence in their program within six months of being notified. Program Prerequisites required. It should be noted that students who have already started in a program will still be considered for the award if their application was submitted to the committee prior to their start date. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.