Below are the awards, scholarships, and bursaries available to MScFN students.
Bursary assistance is available to students in the Masters Food and Nutritional Sciences program. Bursaries are non-repayable, taxable grants issued to students who demonstrate financial need. Bursaries supplement students’ primary sources of funding such as OSAP, bank loans/lines of credit, the student’s own resources, and/or those of the parents/spouse.
On the application, under 'Identifying Categories,' please select 'MScFN student'.
Below are the scholarships and awards that have been made available to Brescia students through various generous donors. These scholarships/awards require an application and/or supplementary documentation.
*Open to students entering Year 1 of the MScFN program*
|Brian Lessard Award||Incoming MScFN student who maintained high academic standing.||$1000||September 15th, annually|
|Dr. Patricia M. Giovannetti Graduate Studies Awards||Incoming MScFN student -One awarded to a student in the Thesis Stream and one awarded to a student in the Internship Stream. Demonstrated financial need.||$1300 each||September 15th, annually|
|Enlightened Success Award||
Incoming MScFN student paying international tuition fees.
Demonstrate eagerness of learning and commitment to enriching studies through extracurricular activities.
*May be eligible for renewal in subsequent year
|$5000||September 15th, annually|
|Food & Nutritional Sciences Faculty and Staff Graduate Scholarship||Incoming MScFN student with a high academic standing and demonstrated commitment to the dietetic profession. Preference given to a Brescia graduate.||$750||September 15th, annually|
|Sr. Dominica Dietrich - Dr. Geraldine Montag Memorial Scholarship||One awarded to an incoming MScFN student and one renewal awarded to a continuing MScFN student (who must reapply). Ontario residency requirements and demonstrated financial need.||$3250 each||September 15th, annually|
|Ursuline Leadership Award||Brescia graduate entering the MScFN program with demonstrated financial need.||$2000||September 15th, annually|