First Nation, Métis and Inuit Bursary
Category: External, Indigenous
Application Deadline: June 1
The First Nation, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) NADC Bursary program provides funding for students in the form of a non-repayable bursary if you agree to live and work in the north for one year of full time employment in return for each year of bursary support received. Students must apply for the bursary for each year they want to be considered. The goal of this bursary is to assist FNMI students to obtain the skills and knowledge to enter or re-enter the workforce in northern Alberta.
Students in pre-apprenticeship training, or in a certificate or diploma studies can access up to $6,000 for their studies. Students in a Bachelor’s, Masters’ or PhD program can access $10,000 per year for any year of their studies.
Visit the NADC website for more information and application details.
This is an external scholarship opportunity and is not administered by Concordia University of Edmonton.