Undergraduate Opportunities -

Faculty of Science awards, scholarships & recognitions are listed on their site.

 

NSERC USRA - SEOS 2020-21 Competition!

Applicants must:

  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada as of the deadline date for applications at the university;

  • be registered, as of the deadline date for applications at the university, in a bachelor's degree program at an eligible university;

  • have obtained, over the previous years of study, a cumulative average of at least second class (a grade of "B" or "B-," if applicable) as defined by your university.

Note:  Review process laid out at link above (NSERC USRA), review projects (more to come so keep checking back!) and submit your application, including cover sheet, by Friday, February 14, 2020 to the SEOS Main Office, BWC A405.

Listed below are some more of the awards available to SEOS undergraduate student.  Applications are made directly to the Office of the Faculty of Science, Elliott Room 166. 

Science Undergraduate Research Awards (SURA) Applications due to Science by February 15, 2020!

Bob Wright Undergraduate Scholarship - Applications due to Science by March 15, 2020!

If you are an undergraduate student in Faculty of Science who has demonstrated your interest in oceans through course work, co-op experience or work experience, consider applying for this scholarship.  The Bob Wright Undergraduate Scholarships were established by Bob Wright, President and CEO, Oak Bay Marine Group of Companies, on behalf of his employees who work at the Oak Bay Marine Group. In establishing these scholarships, Mr. Wright wanted to help more students experience the tremendous benefits of a UVic education and encourage their interest in the oceans.

Rob and Tammy Lipson Research Scholarship - Applications due to Science by April 30, 2020!

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student and you have an international research opportunity that you'd like to pursue, consider applying for a Rob and Tammy Lipson Research Scholarship.  This scholarship was established by Rob and Tammy Lipson; Peter Loock is the current Dean of Science. In establishing this scholarship, they hope to help more students gain hands-on research experience in an international setting.