Prizes in ECE

Through the generous contributions of our donors, four prizes have been established for graduate students in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Please review the eligibility requirements and nomination procedures for each prize.

Paul Biringer Graduate Scholarship

  • At least one scholarship will be awarded annually.
  • The recipient will be an international student who has demonstrated academic excellence and is working in the area of low frequency magnetic devices. In the event that a suitable candidate is not found, preference will be given to an international student in Electrical Engineering.
  • The nomination package must include a letter of support from the research supervisor, a letter of support from a second faculty member, the student’s U of T transcript (ACORN printout) and curriculum vitae.
  • Nomination packages must be submitted as one scanned PDF file to ecegradoffice@utoronto.ca by January 15, 2019.

H. W. Price Research Fellowship in Electrical Engineering

  • At least one fellowship will be awarded annually.
  • The recipient will be an M.A.Sc. student who has demonstrated academic excellence and is working in an area relevant to Hydro One. In the event that a suitable candidate is not found, preference will be given to an M.A.Sc. student in Electrical Engineering.
  • The nomination package must include a letter of support from the research supervisor, a letter of support from a second faculty member, the student’s U of T transcript (ACORN printout) and curriculum vitae.
  • Nomination packages must be submitted as one scanned PDF file to ecegradoffice@utoronto.ca by January 15, 2019.

Shahid U.H. Qureshi Memorial Scholarship

  • One scholarship will be awarded annually.
  • The recipient will be an outstanding student in the field of Communications. The recipient will be selected by faculty members in the Communications group, in consultation with family, friends and associates of Dr. Quereshi.
  • The nomination package must include a letter of support from the research supervisor, a letter of support from a second faculty member, the student’s U of T transcript (ACORN printout) and curriculum vitae.
  • Nomination packages must be submitted as one scanned PDF file to ecegradoffice@utoronto.ca by January 15, 2019.

Right Track CAD Graduate Scholarship

  • At least three scholarships will be awarded annually.
  • Each recipient will have a record of high academic achievement. Preference will be given to students focusing their studies in the area of Programmable Logic. In the event there are no suitable candidates, preference will then be given to students in the Computer Engineering group.
  • The nomination package must include a letter of support from the research supervisor, a letter of support from a second faculty member, the student’s U of T transcript (ACORN printout) and curriculum vitae.
  • Nomination packages must be submitted as one scanned PDF file to ecegradoffice@utoronto.ca by January 15, 2019.