Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards

Edwards School of Business Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards

The Edwards School of Business Scholarship Committee administers a number of scholarships and bursaries for both entering and continuing students. Awards have specific criteria based on academic achievement, financial need, student background, and leadership skills. The awards are divided into two groups with application deadlines being March 31st and September 30th annually.

If you are required to complete the Financial Need Calculator for Edwards School of Business awards, you can log in using your NSID and password at https://sesd.usask.ca/need/continuing . The Financial Need Calculator which is currently open is the "Financial Need Calculator - 2016-2017 Academic Year". All of the financial information gathered will be for the period of May 2016 - April 2017. The Pre-study Term is May 1, 2016 - August 31, 2016 and the Study Term is September 1, 2016 - April 30, 2017.

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U of S Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards

The University of Saskatchewan offers scholarships and bursaries for both entering and continuing students. Awards are open to students based on academic achievement, financial need, and contributions to school and community life. There are also awards that recognize students from particular backgrounds, acknowledge contributions to certain clubs, and reward outstanding achievement in music or athletics.

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Tuition and Related Costs

For current tuition information and International tuition rates, as well as information on textbooks, insurance and income tax deductions, visit:

Financial Appeals

Students who have to withdraw from a class due to extenuating circumstances can request to have their tuition reviewed and possibly reduced.

More information is available on the University's Financial Appeals webpage or in PAWS -- Academics Tab -- Appeals Channel.

Co-curricular Funding

Edwards has set aside a pool of money to support undergraduate students in their co-curricular pursuits. These include:

  • Case competitions
  • Conferences
  • Professional development events
  • Student memberships to professional associations (such as NSBA, SAHRP, IABC, SPMA or SCMA)
  • Student organized academic events

B.Comm. students can apply for funding in September or January on an annual basis. Further details, including the application, are included in the weekly newsletter 'The Latest' which is sent out by the Edwards Student & Faculty Services Office.

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