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RBC Royal Bank Scholarships

Welcome to the RBC Students Leading Change Scholarship - We are excited to announce the launch of this year’s scholarship program. The RBC Students Leading Change Scholarship recognizes students who are pursuing their post-secondary education and are committed to making a difference by being a leader of positive change in their community.

Each scholarship recipient will receive financial support of $10,000 to go towards their tuition. Plus, scholarship applicants will have a chance to apply for a Me to We Trip in addition to the scholarship. The Me to We Trip is a life-changing experience volunteering in a ‘Free The Children’ community overseas. Please see terms and conditions for full details.

Which RBC Royal Bank® Scholarship is right for you?

We recognize it takes a combination of both hard work and educational funding for most students to achieve their goals. That’s why we’ve developed a diverse set of scholarship programs worth over $500,000 a year to help address the critical need for student funding across Canada. Please review the chart below to see which scholarship is right for you.

RBC Royal Bank Scholarships Application Deadlines Scholarship Details Eligibility Get Started
RBC Students Leading Change Scholarship Open: November 25, 2015
15 awards of $10,000 each, plus 6 Me to We Trips Students who will be attending a Canadian post-secondary institution in fall 2016

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RBC Royal Bank Scholarship for Aboriginals Open: December 1, 2015 to Feb 28, 2016 10 awards worth up to $4,000 each academic year for two to four years Status and non-status Indians, Inuit or Métis pursuing post-secondary education

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Scholarship Program for the Children of RBC Employees Please check back spring of 2016 Up to 100 awards of $2,500 each Children of eligible RBC Employees Learn More
The RBC Capital Markets Scholarship for Women Please check back early 2016 4 awards worth $5,000 each PLUS summer analyst positions at RBC Capital Markets Female students in their 2nd year of undergraduate studies in a business, economics or engineering program at a Canadian university Learn More