Beal University Canada Institutional Scholarship

The Beal University Canada BScN scholarship is available to provide financial assistance to students aspiring to pursue their nursing degree at Beal University Canada in Sackville, New Brunswick.  

The Beal University Canada BScN scholarship is for students seeking a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.

  1. Applicant must have an aspiration to attend Beal University Canada’s BScN program.
  2. Applicant must be an upcoming graduate of a secondary education school in Canada.
  3. Applicant must meet admission and program requirements of BScN program at Beal University Canada.
  4. Applicant must be enrolled in the BScN program at Beal University Canada before funding.

The award selection will be conducted by the Admissions Committee of Beal University Canada. All selections will be fair and transparent.

Fifty (50) awards, to fifty (50) individual recipients at $1000 each, will be awarded and are for tuition and fees only. No awards will be paid in cash to the recipients. All awards will be applied as a tuition discount.

The deadline to apply is June 1st, 2024.

The University supports a respectful, discrimination, and harassment-free learning environment, through the promotion of equity, diversity and inclusion. The University is committed to fostering a learning environment where individuals from all backgrounds have equal opportunities to pursue an education. The University acknowledges that equal access to opportunities and services may require treating particular individuals and groups differently through the removal of barriers that marginalized equity- seeking groups experience in trying to obtain this access. This could include attitudinal, historic, social and environmental barriers based on age, ethnicity, disability, economic status, marital status, family status, Indigenous identity, nationality, race, creed/religion, gender, sexual orientation and gender identity, gender expression, etc. The University is committed to remove barriers to opportunity by promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion and creating more inclusive learning environments. The University provides academic and non-academic accommodations and accessibility pursuant to the applicable provincial human rights legislation. Academic accommodations enable students to demonstrate their knowledge and skills and meet the essential requirements of the program. Academic accommodations do not reduce academic standards or alter essential requirements, they provide equitable access to participation.
The University provides individualized accommodations and accessibility supports for students with permanent, episodic, or temporary disabilities and medical conditions, helping to create a learning environment in which disabilities are not a barrier to completion of courses and programs. We do this, in part, by removing barriers to access, deploying technologies that facilitate access for students with disabilities, and providing academic accommodations and other resources.

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I affirm that the information I have provided on this application is complete, accurate, and true to the best of my knowledge. I understand that furnishing false information may result in not being considered or revocation of financial aid at some later date.
I self-identify as Aboriginal/Indigenous(Required)
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