Canadian Energy Pipeline Association Graduate Scholarship
The University of Calgary recognizes that diverse students, faculty, staff and alumni benefit and enrich the work, teaching, learning and research experiences of the entire campus and broader community. We are committed to creating equitable pathways to the university by creating opportunities as well as removing barriers that have been, and continue to be, encountered by equity-deserving groups, including women, Indigenous peoples, visible/racialized minorities, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ2+. This scholarship honours the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association’s commitment to pipeline safety, integrity and advocacy and their dedication to creating a better energy future for Canada.
Donor Canadian Energy Pipeline Association
Field of Study Pipeline Engineering, Safety, Integrity and Advocacy
Value $4,000
Number Two
Duration One year
Eligibility Open to students registered full-time in a thesis-based program in the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Candidates must self-identify as Black (e.g. African/Caribbean descent), Indigenous (First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples of Canada) or as a visible/racialized minority.

Candidates must submit a non-intrusive, non-trauma statement (approx. 100 words) outlining their eligibility. (This statement will not impact ranking in the competition.)
Citizenship Unrestricted
Where Tenable University of Calgary, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Category Special Awards
Apply Students should consult the Graduate Award Competition Guidelines at and complete the Graduate Award Scholarship application through the Student Centre.
Deadline February 1 to the candidate's graduate program office, unless the program has an earlier deadline
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