September 22, 2017

William Keyte Memorial Bursary Awarded by University of Calgary

The William Keyte Memorial Bursary is a grant sponsored by University of Calgary.

Information About the Scholarship:

Amount of Grant: Average – $3500
Application Deadline: 1-December
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be from the Special Areas District of Alberta (Hanna, Youngstown, Oyen, Cereal, etc.) and have a minimum 2.6 grade point average. Selection is based primarily upon financial need if academic standing is satisfactory. Award is in Canadian dollars.
Eligible for: College freshman

Awarded by:

University of Calgary
Student Awards and Financial Aid, 124 MacKimmie Library Block, 2500 University Drive, NW
Calgary, AB T2N 1N4
Canada
Phone: 403 220 7872
Fax Number: 403 282 2999

Contact Details:

Linda Sharma
Student Awards and Financial Aid Office

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