Schulich Leader Scholarships

What are Schulich Leader Scholarships?

The Schulich Leader Scholarships have been awarded to Dalhousie students each year. These scholarships are Canada’s most coveted undergraduate STEM scholarships. 100 scholarships are awarded to entrepreneurial-minded high school graduates enrolling in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Math program at 20 partner universities across Canada. Half are valued at $120,000 for engineering scholarships and half are valued at $100,000 for science and math scholarships. Every high school in Canada can nominate one graduating student each year to apply for the scholarship.


Meet the 2022 Schulich Leaders of Dalhousie University

When achievement meets ambition: Get to know Dal’s 2022 Schulich Leaders

Ryan Neal

Emma McFarlane

Ispeeta Ahmed

Mia Curry


List of eligible programs

Faculty of Engineering

  • Bachelor of Engineering - BENG
  • Bachelor of Engineering Co-Op - BENG
    • Chemical
    • Civil
    • Electrical
    • Industrial
    • Mechanical

Faculty of Computer Science

  • Bachelor of Computer Science - BCSC
    • Software Development
    • AI & Machine Learning
    • Cloud Computing
    • Algorithms
    • Networking & Cyber Security
    • Graphics & Gaming
  • Bachelor of Applied Computer Science – BACSC
    • Software Development
    • Database Systems
    • Web-Centric Computing
    • User Interface Design
    • Privacy & Security
    • Project Management

Faculty of Science

  • Bachelor of Science - BSc
    • Actuarial Science
    • Chemistry Co-op
    • Earth Sciences Co-op
    • Economics Co-op
    • Integrated Science Program (first-year option)
    • Marine Biology Co-op
    • Mathematics Co-op
    • Ocean Sciences
    • Physics and Atmospheric Science Co-op
    • Statistics Co-op

Faculty of Agriculture

  • Diploma in Engineering 
  • Bachelor of Science (Agriculture) - BSc (Agriculture)
    • Agricultural Business
    • Agricultural Economics
    • Plant Science 
  • Bachelor of Technology
    • Small Business Management

Meet Past Dalhousie Recipients