Canadian Mineral Industry Education Foundation

Award Information

Scholarship valued at $1,000 / academic term


Various Companies

Scholarship Amount Per Academic Term Continuing Until Graduation


Year(s) of Study

Completion of first year of a Canadian university program, but first year students have been selected for the awards.

Course of Study
Geology, Geological Engineering, Mining Engineering, Mining and Mechanical, Mineral Processing, or Metallurgy

School of Study
Canadian University
Canadian Citizen or Resident


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Application forms must be received by March 30th for academic programs commencing the following September. 


The successful recipients shall receive $1,000 / academic term until their degree program is completed coupled with maintaining satisfactory academic performance, and that work experience in the mining industry is obtained between academic terms with reports to be submitted following each work term.

Companies Supporting the Canadian Mineral Industry Education Foundation

Agnico-Eagle Mines Limited
Aurizon Mines
Barrick Gold Corporation 
J.P Bickell Foundation
Breakwater Resources Ltd. 
Cameco Corporation 
Bryan Coates
Robert Gannicott
Louis Gignac
Goldcorp, Inc. 
David Harquail
Inmet Mining Corporation 
Kinross Gold Corporation 
Terry MacGibbon
Osisko Mining Corporation
Rio Tinto Alcan Inc. 
St. Andrew Goldfields Ltd. 
Strathcona Mineral Services Limited 
Teck Resources Limited
Ed Thompson
Vale Canada Limited

For more information please contact us:

Martine Huot, Secretary

Canadian Mineral Industry Education Foundation
1100, avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal, Suite 300
Montreal, QC  H3B 2S2

[email protected]

Tel: 514-940-3041
Fax: 514-940-0669