The deadline to submit a complete application to the Department (ENG478) is 2:00 p.m., Monday, October 1, 2018. A complete application must include the following: award application form, FIPPA Agreement and SFA Budget Form. The Awards Presentation Ceremony will take place on Friday, November 30, 2018 and details will be provided to the award recipient.

Disclaimer
The availability and monetary value of all awards, bursaries and scholarships are subject to change. The Student Financial Assistance Office reserves the right to change the listed award, scholarship or bursary information and/or value without notice. Ryerson's awards, scholarships and bursaries are not transferable to other postsecondary institutions.

Awards Subject to Cancellation: Students that withdraw, reduce their course load, alter their program of study, experience a decline in grades or no longer meet other scholarship eligibility/requirements may have to forfeit all or part of their award. The decision will be made by the Student Financial Assistance Office and will be based on the terms of the award, circumstances leading to the student becoming ineligible and educational costs incurred already. A cancelled award will be a charge against the student's University customer/fee account.

Aditya Jha Diversity Award
Aditya Jha Diversity Award for academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Awarded to two students enrolled in first, second or third year Computer Engineering; must be Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; must be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; special consideration will be given to all minorities including aboriginals, disabled persons, visible minorities & women.
Jack Roy Langstaffe Memorial Scholarship
Jack Roy Langstaffe Memorial Scholarship for academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Students must be enrolled in full-time Electrical or Computer Engineering program with a minimum grade point average of 3.50, must demonstrate financial need by writing a personal letter and must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
Gordon and Agnes (Twambley) Brash Award
Gordon and Agnes (Twambley) Brash Award for academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Students must be enrolled in full-time Biomedical, Electrical or Computer Engineering program with a minimum grade point average of 3.50, must demonstrate financial need by writing a personal letter and must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
Adam William Ross Loucks Award
Adam William Ross Loucks Award for full-time undergraduate students enrolled in Electrical or Computer Engineering program with a minimum grade point average of 3.67 and demonstrated financial need.

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARDS

In order to promote academic excellence in undergraduate studies, the Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering launches its Academic Excellence Awards for 3rd-year students (students who have completed all required 1st and 2nd-year program courses) and 4th-year students (students who have completed all required 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-year program courses).

Details:

  • The students from the Dean's list with minimum CGPA of A- are eligible to compete for the award
  • Amount: $1000 each. 30 positions will be awarded annually (fifteen awards in each of 3rd and 4th year; Electrical: 7, Computer: 4, Biomedical: 4)
  • Award allocation is based on student population in three programs:
    3rd-year: Electrical: 7, Computer: 4, Biomedical: 4
    4th-year: Electrical: 7, Computer: 4, Biomedical: 4
  • No application required for this award.
  • Recipients are selected by the Awards Committee.

 

Note: If a program does not have the allocated number of students whose CGPA is A- or above, the award will be given to students in other programs who are qualified.

FEAS FACULTY WIDE AWARDS

Apply for FEAS Faculty Wide Awards. NOTE: Newly admitted students are not eligible.

GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS

For information about scholarships for graduate students, please visit the graduate studies funding website.

GRADUATE RESEARCH EXCELLENCE AWARD (GREA)

The Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering invites full-time MASc. and PhD. students to apply for Graduate Research Excellence Award (GREA) of the Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering. The objective of GREA is to promote scholarly research publications of graduate students in main-stream scientific journals and conference proceedings.

Each full-time graduate student is eligible for a $2500 award for their exceptional performance in scholarly research; there are a total of 20 awards. All applications will be evaluated by the GREA Selection Committee of the Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering.