Graduate & Advanced Awards

Bachelor of Journalism (one-year)

The University of King’s College offers scholarships for students in the one-year Bachelor of Journalism program. Award decisions are made based on the strength of the application for admission to the program and the supporting scholarship application form. Email your scholarship documents to catherine.read@ukings.ca by February 15.

Acadia Broadcasting Bursary

Established by a gift celebrating the strong commitment Acadia Broadcasting Ltd. has to broadcast journalism as well as its desire to support young talent entering the field, this bursary may be awarded to a student enrolled in the Bachelor of Journalism (one-year) program who demonstrates a particular interest in broadcast journalism. Preference will be given to a student from Nova Scotia or New Brunswick.

The ATV/CTV Media Scholarships

This scholarship is offered in support of King’s commitment to diversity. Preference will be given to Black Canadian and Indigenous students in Canada who demonstrate an interest in television journalism.

The Audrey Stevenson Memorial Scholarship

Established by Audrey Stevenson’s family in recognition of her 30-year contribution to journalism in the province of New Brunswick. This scholarship is awarded to a female student entering the one-year Bachelor of Journalism program. The applicant will have demonstrated a high level of scholastic attainment, and should, in the opinion of the selection committee, give evidence of leadership qualities, and previous community involvement.

The Reader’s Digest Journalism Scholarship

Established by the Reader’s Digest Foundation to support the development of the journalism profession, this scholarship is awarded to a student in the Bachelor of Journalism program who is a member of a visible minority or a member of other under-represented groups, as determined by the Journalism Admission Committee. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents.  Preference will be given to those students with a demonstrated interest in print journalism.

Master of Journalism

The University of King’s College offers scholarships for students in the Master of Journalism program. Award decisions are made based on the strength of the application for admission to the program and the supporting scholarship application form.

Email your scholarship documents to catherine.read@ukings.ca by:

  • February 15 for students applying to enter in September
  • August 31 for students entering in January

Evanov Radio Group Award for Broadcast Journalism

This award is granted to an incoming student or students in the Master of Journalism program who have demonstrated an interest in broadcast journalism or new media.

Acadia Broadcasting Bursary

Established by a gift celebrating the strong commitment Acadia Broadcasting Ltd. has to broadcast journalism as well as its desire to support young talent entering the field, this bursary may be awarded to a student enrolled in the Master of Journalism program who demonstrates a particular interest in broadcast journalism.  Preference will be given to a student from Nova Scotia or New Brunswick.

Newcap Scholarships

The Newcap Scholarships are granted to incoming students in the Master of Journalism program.

The Audrey Stevenson Memorial Scholarship

Established by Audrey Stevenson’s family in recognition of her 30-year contribution to journalism in the province of New Brunswick. This scholarship is awarded to a female student entering the Master of Journalism program. The applicant will have demonstrated a high level of scholastic attainment, and should, in the opinion of the selection committee, give evidence of leadership qualities, and previous community involvement.

International Student Award

This is awarded annually to an incoming international visa student entering the Master of Journalism program.

The student will be selected on the basis of academic excellence over the last two years of study, as well as financial need. In the scholarship application, please outline your financial situation, including a budget listing all resources and expenses for the academic year. This award will help to cover two terms of international fees.

Students who have full funding through King’s, an external scholarship, or from a third party, are not eligible for this scholarship. Awards are non-renewable and cannot be appealed. The award will be applied firstly to any fees that are owed.

Information and Awards Coordinator

Catherine Read

Assistant Registrar – Institutional Research and Awards, Registrar's Office

catherine.read@ukings.ca | 902 422-1271 ext. 193