Created in 2012 in honour of the MBA Program’s 50th Anniversary. To be awarded to an incoming full-time or co-op MBA student who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement. Not available for 2017/2018
The Hamilton Economic Development Commission has made a grant to the School of Business, the income from which is to be used for a scholarship award. Preference will be given to candidates who have a strong association with the Hamilton region; normally, the successful candidate, in addition to showing ability, will have been a resident of the Hamilton region for at least five years. (Value: 1 @ $2,000)
Established in 1999 by the Faculty of Business. Income from this endowed fund will be used to provide a number of scholarships for students who have completed Business I or students entering the first year of the MBA program who demonstrate a high degree of scholarship and extracurricular involvement. (Value: 1 @ $1,000)
Elizabeth Van Dyck
Established in 1999 by the Faculty of Business. Preference will be given to students enrolled in the first year of the MBA Program, with a demonstrated interest in Management Information Systems and who demonstrates a high degree of scholarship. (Value: 1 @ $1,500)
Established in 2010 by Adam Felesky, B.A. ’99, B.Eng. ’99. This invitation-only competition awards a full-tuition scholarship to an incoming full-time or co-op MBA student. Qualified candidates invited to participate are determined at the sole discretion of the MBA Admissions Committee and must demonstrate both outstanding academic achievement and a 640+ GMAT score. Participants must submit a video outlining their response to a pre-determined topic or question. The winner is selected at a special event held during the MBA Transition Program. Value: 1 @ $30,000 ($15,000 annually for two years provided the recipient achieves a minimum B+ average at the conclusion of the first year of their studies.) By invitation only.
Established in 2011 by Richard Nino, MBA (Class of’79). To be awarded to a full time student entering an MBA program in the DeGroote School of Business who has demonstrated high degree of scholarship and volunteerism through community service. (Value: 1 @ $1,000)
Established in 2009 by John Puddington, MBA (Class of ’71) and Doris Puddington, MBA. To be awarded to a student entering the MBA co-op program in the DeGroote School of Business. (Value: 1 @ $1,000). Not available for 2017/2018
Elizabeth Van Dyck
Established in 2013 by Michael and Jane Schwenger in memory of Michael’s parents, William and Lois Schwenger. To be awarded to a full-time or co-op student entering the MBA program at the DeGroote School of Business who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. (Value: 1 @ $5,000)
Entrance scholarships to be awarded to those demonstrating a high degree of scholarship and academic achievement. Preference given to entering co-op students. (Value: 1 @ $750) No application required.