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The Arthur Erickson Travel Study Award supports an outstanding graduating Canadian student in their travel outside of Canada to discover and study different cultures, ideas, and creative interventions.
Charles J. Thompson Bursaries supports a student with unmet financial needs.
The Scholarship in Honour of Michael Evamy provides financial assistance for a research project by a second-year student. The scholarship also provides funding for project-related expenses, including travel.
Janet and Ernest Middleton Memorial Bursaries support students with unmet financial needs.
Moriyama RAIC International Prize Scholarships recognize original essays that address a specific topic.
American Society of Landscape Architects’ Student Awards recognize exemplary contributions in a variety of categories.
The Peter Klynstra Memorial Scholarship Award supports an Atlantic Canadian student entering their second year of study.
The BC Council of Garden Clubs Horticultural Bursary supports a Canadian student with unmet financial needs in their final year.
The Philip Tattersfield Essay Competition Scholarship recognizes the best essay on a topic based on the responsiveness to that topic, content, clarity, and capacity to engage the reader.
The Student Design Competition recognizes exemplary student work that responds to a topic related to theme of the annual IFLA World Congress.
As part of its annual grants program, the Landscape Architecture Canada Foundation offers two grants to students pursuing their thesis or final project.
The Günter A. Schoch Bursary Fund offers bursaries for landscape architectural research into the history and status of the profession in Canada, including its organizations and notable practitioners.
The Northern Research Bursary Fund promotes interest in and advancement of research in northern Canada.
The Landscape Architecture Foundation offers a dozen scholarships and fellowships. Each has a different purpose, criteria, and application requirements.
The Maeder-York Family Fellowship annually recognizes an emerging designer whose work articulates the potentials for landscape as a medium of design in the public realm.
The Mary and James Fyfe-Smith Memorial Bursary supports a student with unmet financial needs.
Masuno Travel Award
Every other year, the Masuno Travel Award assists a student with the study of Japanese garden design.
The Norman Richard Ferguson Memorial Bursary supports a student with unmet financial needs.
The Saskatchewan Association of Landscape Architects Academic Award assists residents of Saskatchewan.
The Bullitt Environmental Fellowship is a two-year fellowship for graduate students interested in pursuing leadership positions within the environmental field.
The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies offers approximately 50 fellowships each year to students for full-time study or research leading to a graduate degree. Applications are open to current and prospective graduate students regardless of citizenship or visa status.
BC Aboriginal Student Awards support Aboriginal students pursuing studies at the master’s and doctoral levels. Selection is based on a variety of factors, including financial need, family and community responsibilities, and career and life goals.
The LafargeHolcim Awards is the most significant global competition in sustainable design. It identifies the ideas with the highest potential to tackle today’s challenges to increasing urbanization and to improve quality of life.
Mackenzie King Memorial Open Scholarships support graduates of Canadian universities who pursue graduate study in any discipline, in Canada or elsewhere. One Open Scholarship is awarded each year.
Senior Women Academic Administrators of Canada Graduate Student Awards of Merit recognize female graduate students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in the university or community while maintaining exemplary academic records.
The Soroptimist Foundation of Canada offers several grants to female graduate students in Canada to assist them with university studies that will qualify them for careers that will improve the quality of women’s lives.
UBC offers multi-year fellowships to Aboriginal students pursuing master’s and doctoral degrees.
Vanier Scholarships support Canadian and international doctoral students who demonstrate leadership skills and a high standard of scholarly achievement in the social sciences and humanities, natural sciences, engineering, and health-related fields.