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Irving K. Barber British Columbia International Scholarships (for study/work and travel overseas)

Irving K. Barber British Columbia International Scholarships will be given to British Columbia students who are chosen, on a competitive basis, from a pool of eligible applicants pursuing part of their post-secondary studies, co-op experiences, internship, and other approved experiential learning activities overseas. Successful applicants must clearly demonstrate academic merit as well as links between their study/work abroad experience and their educational and personal goals.

One World Scholarships:

Awards from $1,000 - $3500

Irving K. Barber British Columbia International Scholarships will be given to British Columbia students who are chosen, on a competitive basis, from a pool of eligible applicants pursuing part of their post-secondary studies, co-op experiences, internship, and other approved experiential learning activities overseas. Successful applicants must clearly demonstrate academic merit as well as links between their study/work abroad experience and their educational and personal goals.

The One World scholarship program is open to eligible College of the Rockies students who are BC residents and enrolled in a program of at least one year in length, leading to a credential.

The study or work abroad program must carry:

  • academic credit recognized by their home institution. (These scholarships are valued at $1,000 to $3,500 each); OR
  • offer an opportunity for experiential learning, usually involving language and/or cultural training, but does not carry academic credit. (These scholarships are valued at $1,000 each.)

Application deadline for travel after May 1, 2016 and before April 30, 2017 is March 31, 2016

Premier's Scholarships:

5 - 10 scholarships worth $6000 to $10,000 each

The Premier's Scholarship  is open to eligible College of the Rockies students enrolled in a program of at least one year in length, leading to a credential. Students must have been accepted into a study or work abroad program that forms an integral part of their credential studies. Recipients are selected on a competitive basis from a pool of applicants across the province who are pursuing a portion of their post-secondary academic studies overseas. Selection of scholarship candidates will be based on criteria such as academic excellence, community and/or institutional involvement and suitability for study/work abroad. Check the website for more information and to find the application .

Your study/work abroad program must begins between May 2016 and April 2017 and be a minimum of one semester in length.

Deadline is April 29, 2016