Women in Technology Scholarships

Am I Eligible?

You can apply for a Women in Technology Scholarship or an Aboriginal Women in Technology Scholarship (or both – one application)  if you have completed a minimum of one-year of full-time studies (30 credits) leading to an undergraduate degree, diploma or certificate majoring in Computer Science, Engineering, or Mathematics, and will be continuing in your studies at a BC public post-secondary institution for at least one additional year.

Detailed Eligibility Criteria:

  • Women in Technology Scholarship

    To be eligible to apply for this Scholarship, you…

    • self-identify as women;
    • are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident (landed immigrant), convention refugee, or protected person living in Canada;
    • are a resident of British Columbia, defined as having a primary residence in the province for at least 12 months prior to the date of application for the Scholarship;
    • have completed a minimum of one-year of full time studies (30 credits) towards an undergraduate degree, diploma or certificate majoring in Computer Science, Engineering or Mathematics at a BC public post-secondary institution;
    • plan to continue full-time studies for at least one additional year;
    • have achieved (or will achieve by June 15, 2018) a minimum overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.5;
    • can demonstrate a clear commitment to the pursuit of a full-time career in the technology sector.

    How to Apply

  • Aboriginal Women in Technology Scholarship

    To be eligible to apply for this Scholarship, you…

    • self-identify as women;
    • are of Aboriginal Ancestry as defined by the Constitution Act, 1982 (“including the Indian, Inuit and Metis Peoples of Canada.”) Status and Non-Status;
    • are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident (landed immigrant), convention refugee, or protected person living in Canada;
    • are a resident of British Columbia, defined as having a primary residence in the province for at least 12 months prior to the date of application for the Scholarship;
    • have completed a minimum of one-year of full time studies (30 credits) towards an undergraduate degree, diploma or certificate majoring in Computer Science, Engineering or Mathematics at a BC public post-secondary institution;
    • plan to continue full-time studies for at least one additional year;
    • have achieved (or will achieve by June 15, 2018) a minimum overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.5;
    • can demonstrate a clear commitment to the pursuit of a full-time career in the technology sector.

    How to Apply