Investing in Students

students-teoTo attract the brightest public health researchers and professionals of tomorrow, the UBC School of Population and Public Health is committed to investing in student awards and funding. The School offers six graduate level programs and student support is critical to engage, encourage, and retain talented individuals who will influence leading-edge advancements in health care.

lab-oneWith your support, the School of Population and Public Health brings together outstanding students and faculty in a collaborative and innovative learning environment. The School focuses on training researchers and practitioners in the field of public health, preparing future leaders who will shape health policy and care systems in Canada and beyond.

Our hands-on programs are renowned for their academic excellence, innovative research, and exceptional learning environments.

We invite you to explore opportunities to create your own bursaries, awards, scholarships, or fellowships.

Scholarships
  • Recognize academic achievement and assist recipients with the cost of continuing their education
  • Merit-based
  • Recipients must be in the top 10% of their cohort or have an average of 75% or higher
  • Suggested minimum: $2,500 per year, which could be supported by an endowment of $75,000
Bursaries
  • Assist students with academic expenses
  • Financial need is the primary consideration
  • Suggested minimum: $2,500 per year, which could be supported by an endowment of $75,000
Fellowships
  • Recognize academic excellence and/or research productivity
  • Suggested minimum: $20,000 per year, which could be supported by an endowment of $600,000
Prizes
  • Recognize academic excellence or achievement in a particular subject area
  • May be granted to students only upon graduation
  • Minimum value: $1,000 per year, which could be supported by an endowment of $30,000
Service Awards
  • Recognize excellence in a range of academic or non-academic fields, such as community service, student leadership, volunteerism, and athletic or artistic performance
  • Minimum value: $1,000 per year, which could be supported by an endowment of $30,000

 
To inquire about giving student awards that foster excellence in public health outcomes, please contact:

Leanne Denis
Senior Associate Director, Development
Tel: 604.822.2207
leanne.denis@ubc.ca