What is Queen Elizabeth Scholarship?
The Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship is a $20,000 scholarship awarded annually to recognize academic excellence in the study of Saskatchewan politics and government. The scholarship is open to both graduate and post-graduate students studying at an accredited Saskatchewan university.
The scholarship was established in 2002 in honor of Queen Elizabeth II’s Golden Jubilee, and is administered by the Saskatchewan Scholarship and Bursary Initiative (SSBI). It is one of the largest and most prestigious scholarships available to students in Saskatchewan.
To be eligible for the Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in a graduate or post-graduate program at an accredited Saskatchewan university. They must also have achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.7 or higher in their most recent academic year.
The scholarship is awarded based on academic excellence, as well as a demonstrated commitment to the study of Saskatchewan politics and government. Applicants must submit a personal statement outlining their interest in the field, as well as a letter of recommendation from a professor or other academic mentor.
The Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship is a highly competitive award, and is awarded to only one student each year. The scholarship is intended to support the recipient’s academic studies, and can be used to cover tuition, books, and other educational expenses.
The Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship is an excellent opportunity for students interested in the study of Saskatchewan politics and government. It is a great way to recognize academic excellence and to support the pursuit of higher education. For more information about the scholarship, or to apply, please visit the SSBI website.