Scholarships and Bursaries
Continuing your studies at the university level is a wise decision for the future. To help you on the road to success, the University of Ottawa offers many generous scholarships and bursaries.
The University of Ottawa is proud to have one of Canada’s leading scholarships program. Last year, we distributed more than $37,000,000 in scholarships and bursaries for undergraduate students.
- You are having financial issues
Online Scholarships and Bursaries
Online Scholarships and Bursaries is a search engine that allows you to:
- You will find a large inventory of bursaries, such as the Bell/Senators Educational Admission Bursary ($3 000), the TD Bank Financial Group "Green" Bursary ($1 000) or the J. Armand Bombardier Community Service Learning Awards ($2 000).
Apply online through you InfoWeb
account (prospective students) or through the uoZone
portal (registered students).
NB: Prospective Students will receive their Login information in the letter of acknowledgement.
By applying for your scholarships online through the Online Scholarships and Bursaries, you can track the progress of your application in My Financial Porfolio, your e-file at the Financial Aid and Awards Service.
System requirements to access Online Scholarships and Bursaries:
Windows: Internet Explorer and Firefox.
NOTE: Only students* paying tuition fees to the University of Ottawa are eligible to receive a scholarship or a bursary from the University of Ottawa. Exchange students, students registered in a joint program or students taking courses to the University of Ottawa through letter of permission, and who are paying tuition fees at their Home University are not admissible to the University of Ottawa Scholarship and Bursary program.
*Students registered to the Telfer Executive MBA program are not admissible to receive Government Financial Assistance or scholarships/bursaries from the University of Ottawa.
Notice of Collection of Personal Information: Your personal information is collected under the authority of the University of Ottawa Act and is intended to be used for the purposes of and those consistent with the administration and the evaluation of your eligibility for financial aid and/or awards. By applying and in accepting financial aid and/or awards, you consent to the University of Ottawa disclosing your personal information as set out in this Notice. If you are successful in obtaining financial aid and/or awards, the University may disclose your name, program, faculty, year of study and amount obtained to the donor and/or make this information available publicly by posting it on the University’s website. If you have any questions regarding this collection of personal information, please contact us at email@example.com.