Awards

The South Shore University Women’s Club offers to awards to female university students for the academic year 2019 – 2020. Interested individuals do not apply to the Club but to the institution they are attending.


InstitutionAwardAmount Conditions of
Award*
Concordia
University
SSUWC Bursary to
a Mature Woman
$1,000In year 2 of studies;
non-renewable;
full or part time
Concordia
University
SSUWC Bursary
to a Woman
with Learning
Disabilities
$1,000In year 2 of studies;
registered
with Concordia’s
Access Centre for
Students with
Disabilities;
renewable
McGill
University
SSUWC Bursary to
a Mature Woman
$500In 30-credit
program
at School of
Continuing Studies;
non-renewable;
full or part time
Champlain
Regional College,
Saint Lambert
SSUWC Award
to a Graduate
$1,000Woman in any
program going
on to University;
proof of registration
required
CEGEP Édouard-
Montpetit
SSUWC Award
to a Graduate
$1,000Woman in any
program going
on to University;
proof of registration
required
Riverside S.B.
(ACCESS Adult
Education and
Career Training
Center)
SSUWC Vocational Education Award$400Woman in
vocational
program in
Riverside S.B;
proof of
registration
required
New Frontiers S.B.
(Located in
Châteauguay)
SSUWC Vocational
Education Award
$400Woman in
vocational
program in
New Frontier S.B.
Must be in a
program not
offered
at Riverside S.B.;
proof of registration
required
C.S. Marie-
Victorin
SSUWC Vocational
Education Award
$1,200Woman in
vocational
program
in C.S. Marie
Victorin;
proof of registration
required
CFUW Charitable
Trust
École
Polytechnique
Awards
 $500Woman in
post-graduate
studies
Champlain
Regional College,
Saint Lambert
Madeleine Shaw
Award
 $500Woman in Nursing
or Health Science
going on to
University in
Health Science;
proof of registration
required
Champlain Regional
College, Saint
Lambert
Mary Cyr
Award
 $500Woman in an
program goin
on to University
in Education;
proof of registration
required

*Conditions

  1. Bursaries are based on financial need.
  2. Preference will be given to students from the South Shore (or Montreal, if there are no candidates from the South Shore)
  3. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents.

Bourses

L’Association des Femmes diplômées des Universités Rive-Sud offre des bourses d’études à des étudiantes pour l’année scolaire 2019-2020. Les personnes intéressées ne doivent pas s’adresser à notre association mais plutôt à l’institution qu’elles fréquentent.


C.S.
Marie- Victorin
Bourse d’études
Formation
professionnelle
$1200La candidate doit
être inscrite dans
un programme de
formation
professionnelle de la C.S. Marie- Victorin;
preuve d’inscription
requise
CFUW Charitable
Trust
Bourse d’études
École Polytechnique
$500La candidate doit
être inscrite à des
études supérieures
Collège régional
Champlain de
Saint-Lambert
Bourse d’études
Madeleine Shaw
$500Étudiante en
Science infirmière
ou Science de la
santé et poursuivant
ses études à
l’université en
Science de la santé;
preuve d’inscription
requise
Collège régional
Champlain de
Saint-Lambert
Bourse d’études
Mary Cyr
$500Étudiante dans
n’importe quel
domaine et
poursuivant ses
études à l’université
en Enseignement;
preuve d’inscription
requise

*Conditions

  1. Les bourses sont décernées en fonction des besoins financiers.
  2. La préférence sera accordée aux candidates de la Rive-Sud (ou de Montréal, à défaut de candidates de la Rive-Sud).
  3. Les récipiendaires doivent être citoyennes canadiennes, résidentes permanentes.