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Business Economics Scholarships in Canada

Business Economics scholarships awarded in Canada for higher education students. Includes scholarships, awards, prizes and bursaries in the field of Business Economics.


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Canadian Business Economics Awards, Bursaries, Prizes and Scholarships

ScholarshipUniversityFacultyDepartmentMajor
Advertising Club of Edmonton ScholarshipUniversity of AlbertaSchool of BusinessDepartment of Marketing, Business Economics, and LawMarketing
Doug and Gail Peterson AwardUniversity of AlbertaAugustana FacultyBachelor of Management: Business Economics
Graham and Ethel Jones Memorial Undergraduate ScholarshipsUniversity of AlbertaFaculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental SciencesAgricultural, Environmental or Business Economics
Lamb Ford Sales Ltd AwardUniversity of AlbertaAugustana FacultyBachelor of Management: Business Economics
Nexen Awards for Aboriginal StudentsUniversity of SaskatchewanCollege of Arts and ScienceAboriginal Public Administration, Business Economics, Land Use and Environmental Studies, Environmental Earth Sciences
Provincial Chapter of Alberta IODE AwardUniversity of AlbertaAugustana FacultyBachelor of Management: Business Economics
RBC Scholarship - University of AlbertaUniversity of AlbertaAugustana FacultyBachelor of Management in Business Economics
Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation BursariesUniversity of SaskatchewanCollege of Arts & Science, Edwards School of BusinessBachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science: Business Economics, Computer Science, Public Administration, Bachelor of Commerce: Finance, Marketing, Economics, Operations Management
Walter A and Margaret HillerUniversity of AlbertaAugustana FacultyBachelor of Management in Business Economics






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