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Hydrometallurgy Undergraduate Scholarship
$2,500 (2)
March 1 Open to full-time students in Canadian Universities entering their final year or penultimate year of a program at the undergraduate level and intending to work or carry out research in a field of science and engineering with relevance to hydrometallurgy. See Student Support Hydrometallurgy Section of the Metallurgy and Materials Society of CIM
Lucy Rosato Undergraduate Scholarship in Science and Engineering
$5,000 (1)
March 1 A one-year scholarship for a female 3rd or 4th year undergraduate student enrolled full-time in any science and/or engineering program at a Canadian university, who intends to work in the field of hydrometallurgy, mining or environment.
See Student Support Hydrometallurgy Section of the Metallurgy and Materials Society of CIM
MES-COSMO Scholarship

$3,000 (1)

 March 7 Open to Canadian students in mining engineering, entering their final year in any Canadian university, and intending to complete an undergraduate thesis/main project focused on strategic mine planning optimization under uncertainty, and related risk management.
Applicants will be judged on their academic performance and commitment to a career in mining.
See MES-COSMO Scholarship  MES/COSMO Mining Industry Consortium
Caterpillar Inc. and its Canadian Dealers Scholarship

$2,000 (1)
April 15 Open to Canadian mining engineering students in universities across Canada enrolled full-time in the 3rd year of an eligible undergraduate program. Applicants will be judged for their commitment to a career in the mining, minerals or energy industries. See Caterpillar Inc. & Canadian Dealers Scholarship CIMF / Caterpillar Inc.and its Canadian Dealers
Dr. David S. Robertson Memorial Scholarship

$2,000 (1)
April 15 Open to Canadian and international students in geology, in their third year in any Canadian university. Applicants will be judged on their academic performance and commitment to a career in mining. See David S. Robertson Memorial Scholarship  Family and friends of the late Dr. David S. Robertson
Scotiabank Scholarship

$2,000 (1)
April 15 Open to Canadian mineral exploration and geology students enrolled full-time in the 3rd year of an eligible undergraduate program. Applicants will be judged for their commitment to a career in mineral exploration and geology.
See Scotiabank Scholarship CIMF/Scotiabank
Taking Flight Scholarship

$1,000 (2)
April 15 &
October 15
Open to Aboriginal high school and postsecondary students (including First Nations, Métis and Inuit) from across Canada pursuing a career in mining in a Canadian school. Consideration and recognition given for community involvement and their commitment to the mining industry. See Taking Flight Scholarship CIMF / The Wyslouzil Family Fund and an Anonymous Benefactor
Student Poster Prize

Amount may vary (1)

 August 1 Every year, the Conference of Metallurgists and other events like the CMSC or CIM conference hosts a poster session. This provides students and delegates with the opportunity to display their work and make new contacts within their field. Student participants compete for cash prizes. Consult this year’s list of events to see which conference offers a poster competition.
Posters are judged based on:
• Technical Content – background, procedure, analysis and discussion of results, conclusions (valid and supported)
• Appearance – overall layout, clarity, legibility and amount of text, quality of illustrations, graphs and micrographs
• Oral Presentation – organization, clarity, timing
See Metsoc Competitions and Awards Metallurgy and Materials Society of CIM
Lucky Amaratunga Technical Report Competition

$3,000 (1)
$2,000 (1)
$1,000 (1)

 October 1 Open to college and university mineral processing students. 1st prize winner is eligible for paid travel to CMP in Ottawa. Download PDF CIM Canadian Mineral
Processors Society
Stantec/McIntosh Engineering
Scholarship – Technical

3 per year, total of $5,000 each
$3,000 (3rd year)
$2,000 (2nd year)
October 15 Open to 2nd year Canadian students studying in Canada enrolled in a 3-year technical program with a focus on underground mining. This scholarship is renewable. Applicants will be judged on their commitment to a career in mining.
See Stantec/McIntosh Engineering Scholarship CIMF / McIntosh
Engineering Inc.
Stantec/McIntosh Engineering Scholarship – University 2nd year entry

5 per year,  total of $12,000 each
$5,000 (4th year)
$4,000 (3rd year)
$3,000 (2nd year)
October 15 Open to 2nd year Canadian students studying in Canada enrolled in a 4-year degree program with a focus on underground mining. This scholarship is renewable. Applicants will be judged on their commitment to a career in mining.
See Stantec/McIntosh Engineering Scholarship CIMF / McIntosh
Engineering 
Centennial Scholarship

$2,500 (1)
October 31 Open to any CIM National member or the son, daughter or spouse of a CIM National member who is currently enrolled in a post secondary educational institution to study in the MER disciplines with the intent of pursuing a career in the mining industry. The MER disciplines comprise of engineering or technologist level studies in Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation, Chemical, Computer Sciences, Material Sciences, Manufacturing and related disciplines. Community involvement and extracurricular activities should be highlighted. See MER Scholarships CIM Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability Society
J.D. Pat Patterson
Memorial Scholarship

$2,500 (1)

October 31
Open to any CIM National member or the son, daughter or spouse of a CIM National member entering a post secondary educational institution to study in the Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability disciplines with the intent of pursuing a career in the mining industry. The MER disciplines comprise of engineering or technologist level studies in Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation, Chemical, Computer Sciences, Material Sciences, Manufacturing, and related disciplines. Community involvement and extracurricular activities should be highlighted.  See MER Scholarships CIM Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability Society
Ken Hildebrant Memorial
Scholarship
$2,500 (1)

October 31 Open to any CIM National member or the son, daughter or spouse of a CIM National member entering or attending a post- secondary educational institution to study as a full time student.
 See MER Scholarships CIM Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability Society
CIM MER Society Edward Melville (Ed) Patton Memorial Scholarship
$2,500 (1)

October 31
Open to any CIM National member or the son, daughter or spouse of a CIM National member enrolled at any Canadian university whose whose recent  or current project, research or thesis has been  or  is  related to maintenance  and reliability issues in the mining industry.  See MER Scholarships CIM Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability Society
MER Memorial
Scholarship
$2,500 (2)

October 31
Open to any CIM National member (including student members), or the son, daughter or spouse of a CIM National member, enrolled at any Canadian post-secondary institution, following a program of relevance to the Canadian mining industry. $2500 payable in 2 equal portions in December and the following February of the academic year fro which the award is made. In order to receive the second installment, the recipient must provide an official communication from their institution confirming successful completion of the fall semester.  See MER Scholarships CIM Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability Society
André Laplante Memorial
Scholarship

$5,000 (1)
November 1 Open to full-time students in a Canadian mineral processing or related program at the undergraduate level (college or university), having completed the first year of academic studies. CIM student membership is not required but CIM members may be given preference over non-members. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens; however, international students attending a recognized Canadian educational institution are welcome to apply.  See Andre Laplante Memorial Scholarship
 CIM Canadian Mineral Processors Society + Industry
Byron Knelson Memorial
Scholarship

$5,000 (1)

November 1 Open to full-time 3rd and 4th year undergraduate students in mining engineering with specialization in mineral processing at an accredited Canadian University. The recipient will also be awarded with airfare and accommodation to attend the CMP conference in Ottawa. See Byron Knelson Memorial Scholarship  CIM Canadian Mineral Processors Society + Industry

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