Scholarships and Prizes
In addition to the scholarships offered by the University, there are a number of scholarhips of specific interest to students majoring in French, German and Spanish.
Everett & Maude Coldwell Memorial Scholarhip ($450)
This scholarship is awarded to a senior honours student who has made a distinguished record in French or Spanish.
Margaret L.Ford Scholarships ($525)
This scholarship is annually awarded to the top students in years one, two, three and four in French and German.
Mildred Shurman Memorial Scholarship ($2418)
This scholarship is awarded to one or several second or subsequent year students in the B.A. program with a major or honours in French who intend to enter the B.Ed. program.
Anna Julia Taylor Memorial Scholarship ($407)
This scholarship is available in the second or subsequent year to a student who is pursuing an honours program in French.
Edouard R. Massey French Language Bursary ($1270)
This scholarship is awarded to assist 3rd or 4th - year students attending a French-language institution in Québec or France.
The Department offers yearly bursaries ($1238) to students who work as departmental assistants in French, German or Spanish.
Every year the Department sends two graduating students to the University of Rouen and Poitiiers in France as "assistants d'anglais" (English language asssitants). The remuneration is equivalent to more than $12,000 Can.
The Ambassador of Austria in Canada Book Prize in German is provided by te Austrian Embassy to be awarded by the Dpearmtn of German to the basis of distinction to a student who has achieved the highest average throughout thier second year of study.
The Ambassador or the Federal Republic of German in Canada Book Prize in Geman is provided by the German Emassy to be awarded by the Department on the basis of distinction to a student each in their first, second and third year of study of German who has achieved the highest average.
The Ambassador of Switzerland Canada Book Prize in German is provided by the Swiss Embassy to be awarded by the Department on the basis of distinction ot a student who has achieved the hightest average throughout their 3rd year of study of German.
The Harrison Wentwoth Fawcett Memorial Prize. A prize of $40, endowed by the late W.C. Smith of Sackville, is to be awarded to a student in German selected by the Department in consultation with the Dean of Arts.