Admission Bursary - French JD Program (99948)

Admission Bursary – French JD Program

PURPOSE OF FUND

Combine several admission scholarships that are specifically intended to the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section future students into one. This Admission Bursary - French JD Program will make the application process faster and easier for the students.

This application will allow students to be eligible for the following scholarships:

  • Arnon Corporation Entrance Scholarship (Renewable) ((741120102226);

  • Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP (Ottawa) Entrance Bursary (741200301430);

  • Bruce Feldthusen Scholarship (741220102228);

  • Cara/Michael Syron Scholarship for the Encouragement of Entrepreneurial Excellence (741220100920);

  • Catherine Helen MacLean Memorial Entrance Bursary (741220101727) ;

  • Class of 1969 Entrance Scholarship (741220102456);

  • Class of 1978 Entrance Scholarship (741220102408);

  • Class of Common Law 1963 Scholarship (741200302670);

  • Common Law Class of 2003 Bursary (742220102457);

  • Common Law Professional Training Scholarships (741230102789);

  • Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP (Ottawa) Entrance Bursary (741200301428) ;

  • Jay S. Hennick Business and Community Leadership Program (741220102024);

  • Marcel Hamelin Common Law Entrance Scholarship (741100301498) ;

  • MBM Intellectual Property Law LLP Entrance Bursary (741201301575);

  • Miller Thomson LLP National Entrance Scholarship (741200301669);

  • Newton Rowell Scholarship (741200300296);

  • Robert Pitfield Entrance Scholarship (741220101922);

  • Smart & Biggar Entrance Bursary (741201301508);

  • Tsampalieros Family Entrance Scholarship (741220102168);

  • Waterloo Region Law Association Entrance Scholarship (741200101803); and

  • Wildeboer Dellelce Entrance Scholarship (741220102315).

    SCHOLARSHIP DETAILS

    Eligibility Criteria

    The applicant must:

1. be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident, a person of protected/refugee status;

2. Have applied for Admission in the French JD program at the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section

3. Demonstrate financial need, as determined by the Financial Aid and Awards Service of the University of Ottawa.
 

Value of the award: Variable

Number of awards: Variable

Frequency of the award: Annual

Level or program of study: Undergraduate

Application contact: Financial Aid Administrator, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section

Application deadline: June 12

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Application must be made through the Online Scholarships and Bursaries tool and should include:

  1. The Financial Questionnaire.

  2. Curriculum vitae.

  3. A letter (maximum 1000 words) describing one or more of the following subjects if applicable:

      • Community involvement

      • Interest in social justice

      • Extracurricular activities

      • Interest in labour and employment law

      • Entrepreneurship