The Allan Boag Prize is offered through the University of British Columbia Faculty of Arts, Sauder School of Business, Faculty of Law for students in Sociology major. The scholarship competition is awarded to a student that writes the best essay on aspects of socialism.
Tenable at: University of British Columbia
- Students must be enrolled full time
To Apply, please follow the university website or through the contact information below:
Other scholarship prizes at the University of British Columbia Social sciences and History Departments:
- Kathleen and Hugh Keenleyside Prize: Prize of $300 awarded to an outstanding graduating student specializing in Canadian History.
- August Larson Memorial Prize: $100 for a first or second year student writing the best essay on an aspect of South Asian history or culture.
- Fritz Lehmann Memorial Prize in History: Prize of $450 awarded to an undergraduate student for outstanding achievement in any third or fourth year course offered by the History Department which deals primarily with the history of Asia, Africa, or Latin America.
- Eberts Mills McKechnie Scholarship: Scholarship of $350 awarded to the most deserving and meritorious undergraduate entering the final year of study in History.
- Hector Gordon Munro Scholarship: Scholarship of $850 awarded to an undergraduate entering the final year of study in History.
- Native Daughters of British Columbia Scholarship: Scholarship of $1200 awarded to a Canadian-born graduate or undergraduate student, for research work on early B.C. history carried out in the Provincial Archives.
- J.H. Stewart Reid Medal and Prize in Honours History: Gold Medal and Prize of $250 awarded to the student graduating with the most outstanding record in Honours History.
- John and Annie Southcott Prize: Prize of $300 normally awarded to a fourth year student or to a graduate proceeding to a higher degree, but may be awarded to a third year student, possessing exceptional aptitude for research and pursuing some approved investigation in B.C. history.
- Gilbert Tucker Memorial Prize: Prize of $125 awarded to the leading student in the field of the French in North America, enrolled in History 307 or 401.
- Leslie Upton Memorial Prize: $300 for a third or fourth year student majoring in History, Medieval Studies, or International Relations who has written the best essay in a competitive examination organized by History.
- Women’s Canadian Club of Vancouver Scholarship in Canadian History: Scholarship of $350 awarded to the undergraduate obtaining first place in Canadian History (History 302, 303, 326, 329, 404, 420, 426, 430, 437, 493).