Scholarships for Canadian Nationals

  1. The MacKenzie Open and Traveling Scholarship – For graduates of any Canadian university who plans to pursue postgraduate study in the United States or the United Kingdom.  Each scholarship has its own academic criteria and field of study.  For additional information and application visit the website at 
    Deadline: February 1st
  1. Fulbright Awards – A bi-national program supported by the Government of Canada through the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, the Government of the United States, through the Department of State, and a large number of public and private sector partners.  The mandate of the Canada-U.S. Fulbright Program is to enhance mutual understanding between the people of Canada and the people of the United States by providing support to outstanding graduate students, faculty, professionals and independent researchers. These individuals conduct research, lecture, or enroll in formal academic programs in the other country.  For additional information visit the website at
  1. American Express Travel Scholarship - Established in 1989 to encourage the pursuit of education and the growth and development of tomorrow's travel/tourism work force. The candidate must be enrolled in a travel and tourism program in either a two or four-year college/university or proprietary travel school. Award amount to be determined.  For additional information and application visit the website at
    Deadline: Check website for dates
  1. Grand River Post Secondary Education – Provides eligible Six Nations (Canada) members with assistance to enroll in and study post secondary programs with funds voted by Parliament.  For additional information go to
    Deadline: Check website for dates
  1. Native American College Fund – To assist Native American students in their pursuit of higher education.  Applicant must reside in Western New York or Southern Ontario and are currently attending an accredited college or university.  Email Daniel Keem at dan.keem@sabres.comfor application. 
  1. The Continental Society Daughters of Indian Wars – Is an organization of descendants of Native Americans and Immigrants who participated in the early conflicts, 1607-1900.  The scholarship is awarded annually and is based on academic achievement and commitment to the field of Education or Social Service.  Enrolled tribal member, accepted or attending an accredited school in an undergraduate degree program.  Juniors preferred.  Email Mrs. Donald Cecil Trolinger at ottawahillpt@neok.comfor application.
  1. International Order of the King’s Daughters & Sons – Scholarships are supplemental aid for technical, vocational, or college training.  Must be an undergraduate student taking a minimum of nine credit hours each semester.  Student must request application personally, in writing, to Millie McRae, North American Indian Department, 341 Ottis Seckinger Road, Rincon, GA 31326.  Requests for application and packet must include a stamped, self-addressed business envelope.  For additional info visit the Website at:
    Deadline: Check website for dates
  1. Burger King Scholarship Program - Every year, the Burger King Scholars Program helps graduating high school seniors by offering more than $10 million in scholarships to students throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. For additional information and application visit the website at
    Deadline: December 15th
  1. The Doreen Kronick Scholarship - The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage graduate students, whose program of study will lead them to a field that will assist persons with learning disabilities. Candidates must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents who have lived in Canada for at least two years as permanent residents and must have completed an undergraduate degree either at a university or junior college whose courses are recognized by a Canadian university. For additional information and application visit the website at
    Deadline: May 15th
  1. Praxair International Scholarship - The Praxair International Scholarship will be awarded to a full-time student demonstrating leadership abilities and pursuing a minimum four-year bachelors degree in welding engineering (WE) or welding engineering technology (WET); however, priority will be give to welding engineering (WE) students. Applicant must be a United States or Canadian citizen and plan to attend an academic institution within the United States or Canada.
    Deadline: Check the Website for details.
  2. Canadian Federation of University Women - The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) has supported graduate study, literacy and the creative arts through awards and grants since its founding in 1919. Grants and Awards offered annually to Canadian women for post-graduate study. Numerous fellowships are available for graduate students. For additional information visit the website at: Deadline: November 1