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Award Finder

Ivey Scholarships and Awards are available to our HBA students during the course of the program, from admission to convocation. The recipient selection is extremely competitive due to the high calibre of students admitted to the Ivey HBA Program.

The award finder tool below provides an overview and brief description of each award and category available to our students.  Please note while we try our best to maintain the accuracy of this website, the information is subject to change. The HBA Admission Award application is within the "Apply for Awards" section in the HBA application and AEO2 Intent to Register. There is not a separate application for these awards.

Type Award Name Description Value
Convocation AwardsA.R. Wood HBA Award Awarded to an HBA student with outstanding academic achievement in the HBA 1 Operations Management Course. Preference will be given to a student taking an Operations elective in HBA 2. The successful recipient will be selected by the HBA Scholarship Committee in conjunction with Operations Faculty. The recipient will be announced each June at the HBA Awards Ceremony. This award was made possible by a generous gift from Professors Albert R. and Vivian Wood through Foundation Western.$1100
Merit ScholarshipsAccenture HBA AwardAwarded to a student entering Year Two of the HBA Program who has demonstrated leadership in extracurricular activities such as professional, school, social or community organizations, sports or part-time employment. The recipient must also obtain a minimum 80% academic average in year one and have an interest in pursuing a career in consulting. The Ivey Financial Aid Office will electronically communicate the Ivey HBA in-program award applications throughout the fall-winter timeframe. There is not an individual award application for this scholarship.$850
Convocation AwardsAdam Wiseman Memorial AwardAwarded annually to an HBA 2 student at the Richard Ivey School of Business at the end of his or her second year of the program. This student has demonstrated an enthusiastic attitude and approached class discussions with humour, intelligence and tenacity. This student exhibited a fearless willingness to engage in good hearted and spirited debate and made substantial contributions to class discussions which enlivened and enhanced the learning atmosphere for their Section. The recipient will be nominated by their peers and selected by the HBA Scholarship Selection committee.$3600
End Of Year AwardsAlexandra "Sandy" Hurst Memorial HBA AwardAwarded to an HBA1 student at the end of their first year of the Program. This student has demonstrated to Ivey's faculty, staff and students, personal growth and benefit from his or her Ivey education. The recipient will also have exhibited enthusiasm and energy while striving to excel in a well-rounded range of activities within and outside Ivey. This student is admired by his/her peers and faculty alike and is considered one of the class' most outstanding students, (not necessarily defined as having achieved the highest academic standing.) The HBA Scholarship Committee, in consultation with at least one Communications Faculty member, and the HBAA President, will select the recipient in March. The recipient will be announced at the HBA1 year-end Gala in April. This award was established by gifts from family and friends in memory of Sandy Hurst, through Foundation Western.$1000
Merit ScholarshipsAndrew Wozny HBA 15 AwardAwarded annually to a full-time student entering the Honors Business Administration program at the Ivey Business School, based on academic achievement and demonstrated community leadership. Candidates may apply for this award at the time of applying for admission to the HBA program at Ivey. Final selection of the recipient will be made by the HBA Scholarship Review Committee. Recipients will be notified at the time of acceptance into the program. This award was established with a generous gift from the HBA Class of 2015.$1500
Need and Merit AwardsBarnes Family HBA AwardAwarded annually to full-time undergraduate students who have completed their first two years of studies at Western and are entering the HBA program at the Ivey Business School, based on academic achievement and demonstrated financial need. Online financial need assistance applications are available through Student Center and must be submitted by March 1st. The Office of the Registrar will determine financial need eligibility and the HBA Scholarship Committee will make the final selection of the recipient. These awards were established with a generous gift from Gary Barnes (HBA ’67), and the Barnes Family Charitable Foundation. 2 awards.$10000
Convocation AwardsBob Britney HBA PrizeAwarded to a student completing the second year of the HBA Program who has exhibited a strong interest in the field and academic success in Operations Management. Selection of the student will be made by the Operations Management faculty. $550
Merit ScholarshipsBrigadier F.C. Wallace HBA ScholarshipAwarded annually to a full-time student entering HBA1 based on academic achievement and demonstrated community leadership. The award section within the AEOI/HBA application considers candidates for all Ivey HBA Admission scholarships. There is not a separate award application for this scholarship. Applicants who do not complete the award section of their HBA application will not be considered for an Ivey HBA admission award. This scholarship is made possible by a bequest from Brigadier F.C. Wallace & Vera Isobel Wallace (BA '32) estate, through Foundation Western.$8200
Need and Merit AwardsBruce Birmingham HBA Award OSOTFAwarded to a student entering their first year of the HBA Program based on financial need and minimum 'B' average. The award will be renewed for year two for students maintaining the defined criteria in HBA year one. If a student does not meet these requirements, year two students will have an opportunity to apply for this award. The award section within the AEOI/HBA application considers candidates for all Ivey HBA Admission scholarships. There is not a separate award application for this scholarship. Applicants who do not complete the award section of their HBA application will not be considered for an Ivey HBA admission award. This award is made possible in recognition of a generous donation made by Bruce Birmingham, Chair of The Ivey Campaign, through Foundation Western. 1 @ $1,000 continuing$1000
Merit ScholarshipsCaptain Jack Birnie Smith AwardAwarded to a student entering the Senior Year of the Honors Business Administration Program who displays an active part in School activities and has maintained a high academic performance. The Ivey Financial Aid Office will electronically communicate the Ivey HBA in-program award applications throughout the fall-winter timeframe. There is not an individual award application for this scholarship.$850
Need and Merit AwardsCaroline Brohman Memorial AwardAwarded to a full-time student of outstanding quality entering the Honors Business Administration Program based on academic achievement (minimum 78% average) and demonstrated financial need. The award will continue in HBA 2 provided the student maintains an average of 75% or higher and financial need. The award section within the AEOI/HBA application considers candidates for all Ivey HBA Admission scholarships. There is not a separate award application for this scholarship. Applicants who do not complete the award section of their HBA application will not be considered for an Ivey HBA admission award. This award was established by gifts from the family and friends of Caroline Brohman (HBA '91) and the Class of HBA '93, through Foundation Western. This Award is offered through the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) program, and recipients must meet Ontario residency requirements. 1 @ $7,500 Continuing$7500
Merit ScholarshipsCIBC Women in Financial Services HBA ScholarshipsAwarded to a female student entering HBA 1 at the Ivey Business School based on academic achievement, community leadership, and a demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in the financial services industry. Interest in the financial services industry will be measured by each candidate's response to a short essay question. This scholarship will continue for HBA 2 provided the recipient maintains a 78% average. If the recipient fails to retain the scholarship, a new HBA 2 recipient will be selected. Recipients will have an opportunity to interview for a summer internship at CIBC between HBA 1 and HBA 2. A representative of CIBC may participate in the review of the candidates and provide advice to the HBA Scholarship Review Committee on their suitability for the potential internship at CIBC. The HBA Scholarship Review Committee will, however, make the final selection of the recipient in its sole and absolute discretion. A recipient is not obligated to participate in the internship or co-op or accept post graduate employment at CIBC to retain the award. If a recipient fails to complete the internship or co-op assignment for any reason, the recipient will still retain the award provided that the conditions of the award are met. This scholarship was established with a generous gift from CIBC. Value: 3 at $10,000 continuing.$10000
Merit ScholarshipsClaude Lamoureux HBA ScholarshipsAwarded to full-time HBA students based on academic achievement (minimum 80% average) and demonstrated community leadership. Preference will be given to students who have graduated from a publicly-funded high school. The award section within the AEOI/HBA application considers candidates for all Ivey HBA Admission scholarships. There is not a separate award application for this scholarship. Applicants who do not complete the award section of their HBA application will not be considered for an Ivey HBA admission award. 6 @ $10,000$10000
Need and Merit AwardsDavid S. Simmonds HBA AwardAwarded to a student entering their first year of the HBA Program based on financial need and minimum 'B' average. The award will be renewed for year two for students maintaining the defined criteria in HBA year one. If a student does not meet these requirements, year two students will have an opportunity to apply for this award. The award section within the AEOI/HBA application considers candidates for all Ivey HBA Admission scholarships. There is not a separate award application for this scholarship. Applicants who do not complete the award section of their HBA application will not be considered for an Ivey HBA admission award. 1 @$3,500 continuing$3500
Need and Merit AwardsDevlin and Tevlin HBA AwardAwarded annually to a full-time student entering the HBA Program at the Ivey Business School, based on academic achievement, community leadership and demonstrated financial need. This award was established with a generous gift from Daniel Devlin, HBA '81 and Michael Tevlin, HBA '81.$5000
Merit AwardsDiane Bischof Memorial HBA ScholarshipAwarded annually to a full-time student entering the Honors Business Administration program at the Ivey Business School, based on academic achievement and demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit and aptitude for the development of a family business. Candidates may apply for this award at the time of applying for admission to the HBA program at Ivey. Final selection of the recipient will be made by the HBA Scholarship Review Committee. Recipients will be notified at the time of acceptance into the program. This scholarship was established through a generous estate gift from Diana Bischof (HBA ’81). After graduating from the Ivey School of Business in 1981, Diane worked with her father in the family business, Smico Inc. in Quebec.$2000
EntrepreneurshipDon Lang HBA Scholarship in EntrepreneurshipAwarded annually to full-time HBA students accepted into the Certificate in Entrepreneurship program at the Richard Ivey School of Business, based on academic achievement, demonstrated leadership skills, and personification of the spirit, passion and drive necessary to become a successful entrepreneur.  A shortlist of potential recipients will be determined by the Director of the Pierre L. Morrissette Institute for Entrepreneurship based on applications to the Certificate in Entrepreneurship, with final selection of the recipients made by the HBA Scholarship Review Committee.  This scholarship was established by a generous gift from Donald Lang, HBA ’80 with Foundation Western. 2 @ $10,000$10000
Need and Merit AwardsDr. Geno Francolini HBA AwardAwarded to a student entering HBA1 based on academic achievement and financial need. The Office of the Registrar will determine financial need and the HBA Scholarship Committee will make the final selection of the recipient. The award section within the AEOI/HBA application considers candidates for all Ivey HBA Admission scholarships. There is not a separate award application for this scholarship. Applicants who do not complete the award section of their HBA application will not be considered for an Ivey HBA admission award. This award was established with a generous gift from Dr. Geno Francolini.$5000
Merit ScholarshipsDr. Howard Teall HBA '77 Scholarship Awarded to a full-time student entering the HBA Program based on academic achievement (min 80% average) and demonstrated community leadership. The award section within the AEOI/HBA application considers candidates for all Ivey HBA Admission scholarships. There is not a separate award application for this scholarship. Applicants who do not complete the award section of their HBA application will not be considered for an Ivey HBA admission award. This award was made possible by gifts from the Class of HBA '77 through Foundation Western.$6000
Merit ScholarshipsDr. Samuel A. Martin HBA '90 ScholarshipAwarded annually to a student entering HBA1 or HBA2 at the Ivey Business School based on academic achievement and demonstrated community leadership. The award section within the AEOI/HBA application considers candidates for all Ivey HBA Admission scholarships. There is not a separate award application for this scholarship. Applicants who do not complete the award section of their HBA application will not be considered for an Ivey HBA admission award.This scholarship was established by a generous gift from the HBA Class of 1990 in memory and honour of their late professor Dr. Samuel A. Martin, and in recognition of their 20th Class Reunion. $10000