Scholarships for high school students
Apply by Mar. 1
If you’re in high school and want to be considered for scholarship support, complete the general scholarship application by Mar 1. It covers the majority of UNB entrance scholarships (400+) available to Canadian and international high school applicants who are starting an undergraduate program at UNB. One application covers both campuses.
You’ll be assessed for scholarship opportunities once you’ve been admitted into an undergraduate degree program. UNB’s scholarship support ranges from $500 to $100,000!
Late applications are accepted but opportunities will be limited.
Special scholarship applications
In addition to the general scholarship application, you’re encouraged to complete the applications below.
Some of the Canada's largest scholarships available to high school students can be found at UNB. The Schulich Leaders Scholarship is valued at $100,000 for a student studying Engineering and $80,000 for a student studying in one of the other STEM areas at UNB. Four students from Atlantic Canada will receive the Currie Undergraduate Scholarship valued at $65,000 and three New Brunswick students will receive the Beaverbrook Scholars Award valued at $48,000. The H. Harrison McCain Bursaries/Scholarships are open to high school students across Canada and are valued at $16,000.
- Schulich Leader Scholarship – Guidance counsellors nominations due by Feb. 1
- Currie Undergraduate Scholarship – Mar. 1
- Beaverbrook Scholars Awards – Mar. 1
- H. Harrison McCain Bursaries/Scholarships – Mar. 1
- Arthur & Sandra Irving Primrose Scholarship
- Loran Scholars Award – end of Oct.
- Project Hero Award
The application packages for the Currie Undergraduate Scholarships, Beaverbrook Scholars Awards and the H. Harrison McCain Bursaries can be mailed, faxed or emailed as a single PDF, to the Undergraduate Awards Office, with the required signatures. The applicant must supply the original documentation to the Undergraduate Awards Office, upon request.
How recipients are chosen
Scholarships are awarded primarily on your grades (scholarship average), however some have other conditions, like financial need, extracurricular activities, the high school you attended, etc. Scholarships usually reflect the goals and values of the donor.
To learn more about UNB's progressive scholarship program, visit Renewable Opportunities at UNB.
Successful applicants will be notified via email by Apr. 30.
Received a scholarship?
Congratulations! Please respond to our scholarship offer by responding to your offer of admission. Accepting your offer of admission is the same as accepting your scholarship offer. Deadline is May 15.