Dalhousie University

Career Programs and Related Information

CAREER

Audiologist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Master of Science in Audiology

CONTACT INFORMATION

School of Human Communication Disorders
Dalhousie University
1256 Barrington Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4R2
Tel: (902) 494-7052
Fax: (902) 494-5151
http://humancommunicationdisorders.dal.ca/Programs/MSc%20in%20Audiology/index.php

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor’s degree with a minimum average of B+ in the last 2 years of full-time studies. Undergraduate degrees in areas closely linked to communication disorders such as psychology, biology, health sciences, kinesiology, nursing, linguistics, the natural sciences, or other health or medical fields are favourable

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

N/A


CAREER

Dental Hygienist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Bachelor of Dental Hygiene

CONTACT INFORMATION

Admissions Office, Faculty of Dentistry
Dentistry Building, Dalhousie University
5981 University Avenue
PO Box 15000
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4R2
Tel: (902) 494-1400
http://www.dal.ca/academics/programs/professional/dentalhygiene.html

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

For admission into the Bachelor of Dental Hygiene (BDH), you must complete the following:

  • a Diploma in Dental Hygiene (DDH);
  • 30 credit hours of undergraduate university study, including 3 credit hours of introductory statistics; and
  • license or eligibility for license to practice dental hygiene in Nova Scotia

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • Colgate-Palmolive Dental Hygiene Admission Scholarship
  • The Dr. Jane Pickersgill Memorial Scholarship   
  • The W. Andrew MacKay Alumni Scholarship

CAREER

Dentist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Doctor in Dental Surgery

CONTACT INFORMATION

Admissions Office, Faculty of Dentistry
Dentistry Building, Dalhousie University
5981 University Avenue
PO Box 15000
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4R2
Tel: (902) 494-1400
http://www.dal.ca/academics/programs/professional/dentistry.html

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Minimum 60 credit hours university study, including biology, chemisry, physics. Non-academic requirements include a Dental Aptitude Test (DAT) and various health requirements

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • Faculty of Dentistry Gifts and Memorial Scholarship Fund
  • Dalhousie Entrance Dental Scholarship
  • Colgate-Palmolive Dr. Gordon Nikiforuk Dentistry Admission Scholarship
  • The Dr. James P. McGuigan Memorial Scholarship
  • Dalhousie University Dental Scholarships
  • The Gaum-Brayton Endodontic Scholarship
  • The Dr. Noel H. Andrews Memorial Scholarship
  • The Dr. J.D. McLean Scholarship
  • The Dr. Terry Ingham Memorial Scholarship and Auxiliary Fund
  • The Dr. I.K. Lubetsky Scholarship
  • The Dr. William MacInnis Scholarship
  • Dr. Don Stephenson Memorial Scholarship
  • Dr. Kathleen Stack-McColough Scholarship in Dentistry
  • Aurum Ceramic Dental Laboratories Bursary
  • The Sidney D. Campbell Memorial Bursary
  • The Elias Bursary
  • The Glengarry Bursary
  • The Dr. I.K. Lubetsky Memorial Bursary
  • The Dr. D. Brendan MacNeil Bursary
  • Arrabelle MacKenzie McCallum Bursary
  • The Dr. F.L. Miller Memorial Bursary
  • The Sunstar Bursary

Students may contact the School of Health Sciences for information on additional awards and funding. Bursaries may be available to NS applicants through local health authorities listed here: http://schoolofhealthsciences.dal.ca/Prospective%20Students/


CAREER

Kinesiologist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Bachelor of Science - Kinesiology

CONTACT INFORMATION

School of Health and Human Performance
Stairs House, 6230 South Street
PO Box 15000
Halifax, NS, B3H 4R2
Tel: (902) 494-2152
http://www.dal.ca/academics/programs/undergraduate/kinesiology.html

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Required high school courses:

  • English
  • academic math
  • 3 additional university preparatory courses

Recommended high school courses:

  • biology
  • chemistry
  • physics

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

N/A


CAREER

Nuclear Medicine Technologist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Bachelor of Health Sciences (Nuclear Medicine Technology)

CONTACT INFORMATION

Dalhousie School of Health Sciences                                              
6th Floor Bethune Building
1276 South Park Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia  B3H 2Y9
Toll Free Number: 1-800-370-4421
Telephone: (902) 473-5510
Fax: (902) 473-5115
http://schoolofhealthsciences.dal.ca/Academic%20Programs/Undergraduate%20Programs/Nuclear%20Medicine/index.php

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Students must have a high school diploma with at least 5 university preparatory courses at the grade XII level, including English, Math, Physics, and Chemistry. Acceptance requires no mark below 70% in each of these courses with an overall minimum average of 75%. Post Secondary students must have a GPA of 2.75 (on a 4.30 scale), with no grade lower than a C in prerequisite courses.

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • Dorothy Archibald Bursaries                                 
  • The W. Andrew MacKay Alumni Scholarship

Students may also contact the School of Health Sciences for information on awards and funding. Bursaries may be available to NS applicants through local health authorities listed here:
http://schoolofhealthsciences.dal.ca/Prospective%20Students/


CAREER

Nurse - Registered (RN)

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

CONTACT INFORMATION

Dalhousie School of Nursing
5869 University Avenue
PO Box 15000
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4R2
1.902.494.2535        
Fax: +1 902 494 3487
http://www.dal.ca/faculty/healthprofessions/nursing.html

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must have successfully completed Grade 12 in a university preparatory program with an overall average of 70% in the following subjects: English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and one other academic subject.

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • Harrison McCain Scholarship
  • Lottie M. Morrison Scholarship
  • The School of Nursing BScN Entrance Scholarship for Non-Traditional Students
  • School of Nursing BScN Entrance Scholarship for Students with Prior University Experience
  • The W. Andrew MacKay Alumni Scholarship Entrance Scholarship for Students with Prior University Experience
  • Class of 2001 Entrance Scholarship for Non-Traditional Students
  • School of Nursing Undergraduate Bursary
  • Doreen Carroll Bursary in Cancer Nursing
  • Alma Hopkins Walker Bursary
  • Leroy T. Roberts/Bruce G. Eldridge Memorial Scholarship
  • Yarmouth Hospital Foundation Scholarship
  • Mary Ann Watson Bursary
  • Kenny Smith Memorial Bursary
  • School of Nursing Undergraduate Bursary
  • Doreen Carroll Bursary in Cancer Nursing

Students may also contact the School of Health Sciences for information on awards and funding. Bursaries may be available to NS applicants through local health authorities listed here:
http://schoolofhealthsciences.dal.ca/Prospective%20Students/


CAREER

Nurse Practitioner

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Master of Nursing (MN) - Nurse Practitioner stream

CONTACT INFORMATION

Dalhousie School of Nursing
5869 University Avenue
PO BOX 15000
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4R2
1.902.494.2535
http://www.dal.ca/faculty/healthprofessions/nursing/programs/master-of-nursing--mn-.html

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Be licenced to practice as a Registered Nurse (active practitioner) in a Canadian province or foreign country
  • Have completed a four-year bachelor’s degree in Nursing with a minimum 3.0 grade-point average
  • Have completed undergraduate-level classes in research, statistics, family nursing and community nursing                                              
  • Have completed a minimum of two (2) years of full-time, relevant clinical practice recently

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • Margaret Cragg Award
  • Alexandra Hirth Award for Excellence in Nursing Research
  • Master's Alumni Leadership Award
  • Electa MacLennan Memorial Scholarship
  • Katherine and Robert MacDonald Scholarship
  • School of Nursing Master of Nursing Admission Scholarship
  • Helen Watson Memorial Scholarship
  • Ruth May Award
  • Anna Trenholm Memorial Prize
  • Dr. R.M. MacDonald Scholarship
  • Margaret Inglis Hagerman Graduate Scholarship
  • Lottie M. Morrison Scholarship
  • http://www.dal.ca/faculty/healthprofessions/nursing/admissions/scholarships-and-bursaries/for-graduates.html

CAREER

Occupational Therapist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

MSc (OT)(Entry-to-Practice) degree program

CONTACT INFORMATION

School of Occupational Therapy
Dalhousie University
5869 University Avenue
Forrest Building, Room 215
PO Box 15000
Halifax NS B3H 4R2
Tel: 902-494-8804
Fax: 902-494-1229

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Completion of a four-year Bachelor’s degree in any field of study at a recognized academic institution, with a minimum B average (73-76%), calculated on the last 20 half credits of the degree. Prerequisite courses include physiology and anatomy.

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • The W. Andrew MacKay Alumni Scholarship             
  • Elizabeth Bell Scholarship MSc(OT) Entry level and Post-Professional Awards
  • Fred Sammons Scholarship (MScOT Entry level and Post-Professional Awards)
  • NSSOT Student Society Award
  • NBAOT Awards for Fieldwork
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Therapy Board Prize
  • P.E.I. Occupational Therapy Society Award for Community Occupational Therapy
  • CAOT Student Award
  • Sheila Poole Run for the Rock Award
  • Cardwell Robinson Award
  • Elsevier Canada Award
  • Dalhousie Occupational Therapy Student Involvement Award
  • Phyllis Kennedy Memorial Bursary

CAREER

Pharmacist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Bachelor of Science - Pharmacy (BScPharm)

CONTACT INFORMATION

College of Pharmacy
Dalhousie University
5968 College Street
P.O.Box 15000
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3H 4R2
Phone: (902) 494-3824
Fax: (902) 494-1396

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

To apply to the College of Pharmacy, students must have completed a minimum of one year of an undergraduate degree program with classes in Chemistry, Biology, Social Science, Math, Statistics, English

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • Sanofi Aventis Scholarship
  • The Ralph H. Jenkins Memorial Pharmacy Scholarship
  • The Col. J.D.B.F. MacKenzie Scholarship
  • The Dr. Jessie I. MacKnight Scholarship
  • The New Brunswick Pharmaceutical Society Scholarship
  • Alice and Louis Cassidy Award
  • Astra Zeneca Bursaries
  • The Bert and Betty Collins Bursary
  • Jean Coutu Bursaries
  • The Jack Kidd/ANCA Bursary
  • Lawtons Drugs Bursary
  • George MacDonald Bursary
  • Kenneth MacKenzie Memorial Bursary in Pharmacy
  • Manrex Medication Delivery Bursary
  • Nicholas P. Meagher Memorial Bursary
  • New Brunswick Pharmaceutical Society Bursaries
  • Tung Chun Ngan Memorial Bursary
  • The Pfizer Bursary
  • Pharmachoice Bursary
  • Pharmasave Bursaries
  • L.E. (Gene) Robinson Memorial Bursary
  • Sandoz Canada Bursary
  • Shoppers Drug Mart Community Pharmacy Bursaries

CAREER

Physician

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Doctor of Medicine (MD)

CONTACT INFORMATION

Faculty of Medicine
1459 Oxford Street
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4R2
Phone: (902) 494.6592
Fax: (902) 494.7119

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • an undergraduate degree
  • good academic standing from previous academic study
  • completion of the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT)

Entry to medical school is on the basis of competition for a fixed number of places.

An affirmative action policy for underrepresented groups (Aboriginals and African Canadians specifically) applicants who apply under the affirmative action policy are considered on the basis of their qualifications for the study of medicine rather than in relation to other candidates. The Admissions Committee takes account of an applicant's academic background, performance on the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) and information on an applicant's personal characteristics and achievements as given by the applicant, by referees' reports and, in some cases, by personal interviews. Graduates must write the Medical Council of Canada exam in order to be licensed to practice medicine.

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

N/A


CAREER

Physiotherapist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Master of Science (Physiotherapy)

CONTACT INFORMATION

School of Physiotherapy - Dalhousie University
4th Floor, Forrest Building
5869 University Avenue, Halifax, NS  B3H 4R2
Tel: 902-494-2524
Fax: 902-494-1941

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

A four-year undergraduate degree or equivalent in any field of study from a recognized academic institution is required. Degrees that have a focus in Neuroscience, Psychology, Human Movement Science, Exercise Science, Human Physiology, Health Promotion, Ergonomics and Anatomy are favorable backgrounds for the study of Physiotherapy. The School of Physiotherapy, however, encourages applicants from diverse academic backgrounds to consider and apply for the program. A minimum grade point average of 3.3 or letter grade of B+ in the most recent 60 credit hours of an undergraduate degree.

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • The W. Andrew MacKay Alumni Scholarship             
  • Canadian Physiotherapy Cardio-Respiratory/CPA Student Excellence Award
  • Donna Myers Memorial Award
  • Jean McAloney Memorial Prize
  • Ken Hill Electrotherapy Award
  • Morris B. Kohler Award in Physiotherapy
  • New Brunswick Student Professionalism Award
  • Newfoundland and Labrador College of Physiotherapy Prize
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Physiotherapy Association Prize
  • Nova Scotia College of Physiotherapists Prize
  • Nova Scotia Section of Orthopedic Division, CPA Award
  • Prince Edward Island Physiotherapy Association Prize
  • School of Physiotherapy and CPA Pediatric Division
  • The Patricia Stanfield Covert Award in Physiotherapy
  • Unsung Hero Award
  • Cardio-Respiratory Award
  • Student Research Award

CAREER

Radiation Technologist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Bachelor of Health Sciences (Radiology Technology)

CONTACT INFORMATION

Dalhousie School of Health Sciences                                              
6th Floor Bethune Building
1276 South Park Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia  B3H 2Y9
Toll Free Number:
1-800-370-4421
Telephone: (902) 473-5510
Fax: (902) 473-5115

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must have a high school diploma with at least 5 university preparatory courses at the grade XII level, including English, Math, Physics, and Biology or Chemistry. Acceptance requires that no mark be below 70% in each of these courses, with an overall minimum average of 75%.

Applicants with a post secondary background must have a GPA of 2.75 (on a 4.30 scale), with no grade lower than a C in required courses.

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

The W. Andrew MacKay Alumni Scholarship

Students may contact the School of Health Sciences for information on awards and funding. Bursaries may be available to NS  applicants through local health authorities listed here: http://schoolofhealthsciences.dal.ca/Prospective%20Students/


CAREER

Radiological Technologist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Bachelor of Health Science Degree Program

CONTACT INFORMATION

Dalhousie School of Health Sciences                                              
6th Floor Bethune Building
1276 South Park Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia  B3H 2Y9
Toll Free Number:
1-800-370-4421
Telephone: (902) 473-5510
Fax: (902) 473-5115

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must have a high school diploma with at least 5 university preparatory courses at the grade XII level, including English, Math, Physics, and Biology or Chemistry. Acceptance requires that no mark be below 70% in each of these courses, with an overall minimum average of 75%.

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

http://ug.cal.dal.ca/AWRD.htm


CAREER

Recreation Therapist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Bachelor of Science Recreation (BScR-TR)

CONTACT INFORMATION

School of Health and Human Performance
Stairs House, 6230 South Street
PO Box 15000
Halifax, NS, B3H 4R2
Tel.: (902) 494-2152
Toll free: 1 (866) 325-4247
Fax: (902) 494-5120

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Completion of secondary school (i.e. Grade 12) with a minimum overall average of 70% in five academic Grade 12 courses
  • A final grade of at least 70% in Grade 12 English and any other required subject

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • The Freda N. Wales Memorial Scholarship       
  • VIIth Pan American Wheelchair Games Scholarship

CAREER

Respiratory Therapist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Bachelor of Health Sciences (Respiratory Therapy)

CONTACT INFORMATION

Dalhousie School of Health Sciences                                              
6th Floor Bethune Building
1276 South Park Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2Y9
Toll Free Number:
1-800-370-4421
Telephone: (902) 473-5510
Fax: (902) 473-5115

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Students must have a high school diploma which includes English, Math, Chemistry and either Biology or Physics at the grade 12 level. Acceptance requires no mark below 70% in each of these courses with an overall minimum average of 75%. Post Secondary students must have a GPA of 2.75 (on a 4.30 scale), with no grade lower than a C in prerequisite courses.

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • Covidien/Puritan Bennett Respiratory Therapy Scholarship
  • The W. Andrew MacKay Alumni Scholarship     
  • Medigas Award for Clinical Achievement
  • Ian Collins Memorial Pediatric Award
  • Elsevier Canada Book Awards
  • Trudell Medical Marketing Limited Award

Students may also contact the School of Health Sciences for information on awards and funding. Bursaries may be available to NS  applicants through local health authorities listed here:
http://schoolofhealthsciences.dal.ca/Prospective%20Students/


CAREER

Social Worker

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)

CONTACT INFORMATION

School of Social Work
1459 LeMarchant Street, Suite 3201
P.O. Box 15000
Halifax, NS  B3H 4R2
Tel: 902 494 3760
Fax: 902 494 6709

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • 1 year of an undergraduate degree completed
  • Minimum B- average from previous academic study

Recommended completion of:

  • A full-year writing course (English is preferred)
  • Introductory Sociology
  • Introductory Psychology
  • Any additional Social Science (such as Political Science, Economics, Gender and Women's Studies, or History)
  • One more full year elective
  • Volunteer or work experience

In addition to solid academic achievements, Dalhousie examines any relevant experience that contributed meaningfully to preparedness for a social work education.

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • M. Caroline Prince Scholarship
  • Calvin Ruck Scholarship                                   
  • Lawrence T. Hancock Scholarship
  • Margaret Cragg Award
  •  Raoul Leger Memorial Humanitarian Award
  •  Sonja R. Weil Memorial Bursary
  •  The School of Social Work MSW Alumni Scholarship
  •  Eva Mary and Judge Hiram S. Farquhar Bursary
  • Hannah G. Matheson Bursaries
  • Lloyd MacInnis Memorial Bursary
  • Jane Wisdom Memorial Bursary
  • The Janet Lee Myers Memorial Bursary
  • Nova Scotia Association of Social Workers Bursary
  • The Sonja R. Weil Memorial Bursary
  • Eva Mary and Judge Hiram S. Farquhar Bursary 

CAREER

Speech Pathologist

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED

Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology

CONTACT INFORMATION

School of Human Communication Disorders
Dalhousie University
1256 Barrington Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4R2
Tel: (902) 494-7052
Fax: (902) 494-5151

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor’s degree with a minimum average of B+ in the last 2 years of full-time studies. Undergraduate degrees in areas closely linked to communication disorders such as psychology, biology, health sciences, kinesiology, nursing, linguistics, the natural sciences, or other health or medical fields are favourable.

CAREER-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES

  • The A.R. Mearle Smith Bursary
  • Dr. R.M. Pendrigh Scholarship
  • James A. Wardrope Entrance Scholarship
  • The Dr. A. Gaum Bursary Jogindar Majhail Memorial Bursary
  • Dr. J.J. Carroll Scholarships
  • The Alan Tarshis and Nancy Goodman Scholarship in Medicine
  • John Stewart Memorial Scholarship
  • Dr. D.A. Gillis Entrance Scholarship
  • Leslie Ann Campbell Entrance Scholarship
  • Krishan Parkash Gopal Memorial Bursary
  • Dr. John Quinlan Memorial Bursary
  • The Barbara L. Blauvelt Entrance Bursary
  • Canaport LNG Bursary DMNB
  • Dalhousie University Entrance Scholarships
  • Hannah and Thomas Casey Memorial Bursary
  • Max & Etta Epstein Memorial Bursary
  • Etta and Frederick Ross Memorial Bursary
  • Dalhousie Medical Alumni Association Entrance Scholarship
  • Florence Fear Davies, R.N. Memorial Scholarship
  • Joseph Fear Memorial Scholarship
  • Dr. E. James Gordon Scholarship
  • Halifax Medical Society Entrance Scholarship
  • Dr. R.C. Robb Memorial Scholarship
  • Karen B. Sheehan Scholarship
  • Bessie S. Stewart Scholarship
  • Ernest Albert Mills Bursary
  • The A.B. Wiswell Scholarship
  • Esther Strug Memorial Scholarship
  • Guggisberg Memorial Bursary in Medicine
  • Dr. Leonard, Kay and Simon Levine Scholarship
  • William Isaac MacDougall Scholarship Fund
  • Charles E. Frosst Scholarship
  • Dr. Joan Crosby Scholarship
  • http://dlm.cal.dal.ca/AWRD.htm#4

General Scholarships and Bursaries Information

http://ug.cal.dal.ca/AWRD.htm
http://www.dal.ca/admissions/money_matters/funding_sources/scholarships.html
http://www.dal.ca/admissions/money_matters/funding_sources/bursaries.html
http://www.dal.ca/admissions/money_matters/funding_sources/student_loans.html

Aboriginal-specific Scholarships and Bursaries

Kostman Family Bursary

An endowment has been established in memory of Harry Kostman to provide one or more bursaries for undergraduate students of First Nations or African-Canadian descent who are graduates of TYP entering full-time studies. First preference will be given to single parents.
Harry Kostman had an enduring passion for education, and generously provided for his children and grandchildren while they attended university. Through this bursary, they strive to continue his legacy of support. Apply through the general online bursary program. Deadline: October 15.

John David and Ellen Matheson Allen Endowment Fund

The bursaries to be known as John David and Ellen Matheson Allen bursaries, are in memory of John David Allen and his wife, Ellen Margaret Allen, both graduates of the Department of Education of the University. The bursaries are for students in the Arts and Science faculties. In the selection of the recipients of the bursaries, priority is to be given to First Nations, but where no such persons apply, the bursaries are to be given to other applicants as determined by the appropriate office of the University. Apply through the general online bursary program.

First Nations & Indigenous Black Students Scholarship

Ten renewable entrance scholarships of $12,000 ($3,000 per year) each are available to First Nations and Indigenous Black students, who are residents of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick or Prince Edward Island, and are entering Dalhousie for the first time. Scholarships are available to students who are applying directly from high school as well as those who have attended another post-secondary institution. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of a student's financial need and academic standing. Please submit a General Entrance Award application available online at http://dal.ca/scholarships, by March 15.

Evelyn Negus Scholarship in Nursing

This Scholarship is awarded annually to a student(s) entering the Bachelor of Science (Nursing). First preference will be given to mature students and to aboriginal peoples (specifically members of the Mi'Kmaq community). Please submit a complete General Entrance Award Application, available online at http://dal.ca/scholarships, by March 15.

The School of Nursing BScN Entrance Scholarship for Non-Traditional Students

This entrance scholarship is awarded to the student with the highest academic standing who has come to the basic BScN program neither directly from high school nor from a full year of university. Assessment is made by the School of Nursing. Application not required.

Guggisberg Memorial Bursary in Medicine

To provide named bursaries to encourage MicMac and/or Maliseet students to study Medicine. Awards will be made on the basis of the CANDO principled: Character, Ability, Need, Determination, Others, concern for.

John Stewart Memorial Scholarship

To provide an entrance scholarship to a Nova Scotia student from the Indigenous Black or First Nations communities who has been offered admission to the Faculty of Medicine.

Nova Scotia Black and First Nations Students Graduate Entrance Scholarships

Two entrance scholarships, awarded annually, to First Nations and Indigenous Black students entering a Dalhousie graduate program for the first time following graduation from a Dalhousie University undergraduate program. The objective of these scholarships is to increase the representation of Indigenous Black and First Nations communities in the university's wide diversity of graduate programs, and ultimately in the academy and in advanced professional occupations.