A Pathway for Tomorrow's Leaders
The University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) STEM Scholars Program - A Pathway for Tomorrow's Leaders aims to increase diversity among future leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). This unique program seeks to identify high-achieving Black students and mentor them throughout the pathway from high school to graduate school. The program is open to those who excel in both academic and extracurricular activities and who have an interest in the advancement of underrepresented groups in STEM.
Are you a high school student planning to begin an undergraduate degree in STEM at UTM in September 2024?
Full details on how to apply for entry to the UTM STEM Scholars Program will be posted shortly. Please check back soon! (Last updated Sep. 29, 2023)
Benefits of the Program
Full tuition scholarship for four years of undergraduate study
Fully funded, 6-8-week residential Summer Bridge program
Paid summer internships and research opportunities
Special tutorial assistance in first-year science courses
Dedicated academic and personal mentorship
Minimum Requirements for Entry to the Program
- Any 3 of the following 4 Grade 12 courses, each with a minimum mark of 85%: Advanced Functions, Calculus, Chemistry, and Physics
- Commitment to follow an undergraduate program in the sciences
- Intention to pursue a graduate degree
- Self-identification as Black
- Canadian citizen or landed immigrant (permanent resident)
For further details and nomination instructions, please contact email@example.com.