The announcement of the winner
The deadline for the scholarship is normally the 1st of May every year. The winner will be announced and notified via email within four weeks after the deadline. The name and photo of the winner will be published on the Ivey website.
Every entry will be reviewed by a credible team of judges. The scholarship will be paid out to the college or university attended by the winning student.
Students are advised to conduct their own research and produce an essay of between 800 to 1,000 words on the specified topics. Students are also encouraged to get their work proofread or edited before sending it through. Grammar and punctuation are essential.
Essays will be criticized for creativity and content. Plagiarized essays or essays that were published in the past will be disqualified immediately. Students who break these rules may be banned from future submissions.
Who can participate?
Applicants should be in a transition period from high school to university. Submissions from students already enrolled for an undergraduate degree in the United States can also sign up. If a student already has a full academic scholarship or won an essay competition in the past, they are not allowed to participate again.
Sending in your application
Remember to supply all your personal details as prompted when mailing in your essays to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mail your essays in MS Word format. Please look at the Ivey Engineering website for updated information on this annual scholarship.
Even though thousands of applicants send in their essays to Ivey Engineering every year, it is not always possible to respond to every entry. Keep in mind that only one entry per applicant is allowed. Only citizens from the United States of America are eligible for participation.