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Scholarship opportunity for Canadian Residents to the Bachelor of Disability Management

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Funding provided by the Government of Canada’s Sectoral Initiatives Program provides Canadian Residents (with the exception of BC which developed its own similar initiative) with a Scholarship to enter the Bachelor of Disability Management (BDM) program offered through the Pacific Coast University for Workplace Health Sciences (PCU-WHS) delivered through an online learning platform.

Applicants for the Scholarship must have completed a 2-year diploma or other relevant educational prerequisites, which provide 60 credits in a range of disciplines but preferably human resources, business, occupational health and safety, nursing or social work from a recognized post-secondary educational institution.

Scholarships will be awarded on a first come, first qualified basis.
Deadlines for applications is: June 15, 2022

This limited, one-time intake only for Fall 2022 provides the following options:

  • completion of the BDM program in a two-year time frame as a full-time student, or
  • completion of the BDM program in a four-year part-time format (scholarship applies to the first two years)

Full details re the Scholarship can be found on the PCU-WHS website or through the following QR Code: www.pcu-whs.ca

Detailed information regarding these opportunities can be found at: www.nidmar.ca

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