Five South Asians bag Schulich Leader Scholarships

Toronto, September 11 (CINEWS): There are five South Asian students among the 50 Canadian high school graduates who were awarded prestigious Schulich Leader Scholarships given to those pursuing an undergraduate degree in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM courses).Schulich-Scholarship
Created by Canadian business leader and philanthropist Seymour Schulich in 2011, this scholarship program encourages high school graduates to embrace STEM disciplines in their future careers.
In total, 50 scholarships were awarded across Canada this year with 25 scholarships, valued at $80,000, awarded to students pursuing engineering degrees. The other 25 scholarships, valued at $60,000, were reserved for students pursuing degrees in science, technology or mathematics.
Among them is Aishwarya Roshan of Moscrop Secondary School, Burnaby, who is now at University of British Columbia,
Manpreet Deol (engineering program) of York House School, Vancouver, who is at University of Calgary
Nimra Dar (engineering program) of Jasper Place High School, Edmonton, Aditya Mohan (science program) of Colonel By Secondary School, Ottawa and Simranjeet Singh (science program) of Bedford Road Collegiate, Saskatoon.

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