Find out what your options are
- You can apply for scholarship and bursaries as soon as you've applied to the University of Ottawa and have received your uoAccess ID and password.
- Explore all of your opportunities through the search engine, also available in uoZone, under the Applications tab.
- All scholarships and bursaries applications must be submitted online, using . Application forms are usually available two months before the application deadline.
- Read all the requirements carefully before applying.
- Upload all required documents in Online Scholarships and Bursaries and submit your application.
Track your application
- Track all of your scholarship and bursary applications directly from the Online Scholarships and Bursaries tool home page.
Receive your funds
- Your scholarship or bursary will be credited to your student account.
- If you are a CO-OP student, you'll receive your funds once you're enrolled in a study term.
- Admission scholarships and renewals are usually credited to your student account in mid-July. You'll receive two equal instalments, one in September and one in January, which are applied towards your tuition fees.
- If you've already paid your tuition fees, you may have a credit balance in your student account after receiving a scholarship or bursary. Submit a request for reimbursement in uoZone, under Finances and jobs, to have these funds released.
- Scholarships and bursaries are taxable. You receive a T4A slip if you received awards, scholarships or bursaries from the University of Ottawa during the fiscal year. Slips are available in at the end of February.