Endowed by the Chinese Graduates Association of Alberta
Eligibility: Awarded annually on the basis of superior academic achievement to a student in a graduate degree program whose thesis or research is in the area of Chinese Studies to help promote a better understanding of the Chinese people.
Application: There is no application form; the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research will request one nomination from each eligible department. The Graduate Scholarship Committee will make the final selection.
Deadline: 1 September for submission of nominations from departments to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research.
CGAA Chinese Studies Scholarship:
To be awarded annually to a graduate student on the basis of superior academic achievement and who's thesis or research is in the area of Chinese Studies which help in promoting a better understanding of the Chinese people.
CGAA Graduate Scholarship:
To be awarded annually to a graduating student on the basis of superior academic achievement in the area of Chinese studies who intends to continue in a MA program in the same area of study at UA
CGAA Undergraduate Scholarship:
To be awarded annually to an undergraduate student based on superior academic achievement and who has been active as a volunteer towards the Chinese Community.
Asia Pacific Management Diploma | Continuing
Awarded annually to a student in the Asia-Pacific Management program at Grant MacEwan Community College who has achieved superior grade point average with a minimum course load of 42 credits during the first three trimesters of the program. The recipient must be studying the Chinese language.
Selection of Award
Students are nominated for this award by staff and/or faculty. There is no need to apply. Successful students will be notified by e-mail.
Recipients will be notified via e-mail. Committee selections are final, appeals will not be considered.
Typically given out in the Winter term.
The selection of the scholarship recipient shall be based on the merit of superior academic achievement and have a 20-hour volunteer work involvement in the Chinese community of Edmonton. The recipient must be a graduate of Grade 12 from the English-Chinese Bilingual Program offered by the Edmonton Public School Board. Also, the recipient must be attending post-secondary education institution of the same year.