Global News Scholarship

Presented to a student entering the Journalism Diploma program, who self-identifies as Black/ African, and has demonstrated excellence in their studies, and is involved in the community. Preference for a student who also self-identifies as having a disability and/or demonstrates financial need and/or is pursuing post-secondary studies for the first time.
The recipient must be a Canadian citizen or a Canadian permanent resident. This scholarship will be renewable for up to three years if the student continues to be enrolled in the journalism diploma program and maintains a minimum 75% GPA. If the student recipient is either no longer enrolled in the program or does not maintain at least a 75% GPA, the scholarship will be offered to a first-year student in the journalism diploma program according to the standard application process detailed above and is renewable for as long as the funds are available, and the scholarship criteria are met.

Faculty of Media & Creative Arts, Journalism (advanced diploma)
Supplemental Questions
  1. If you are a first year student entering in to a Humber program for the first time, please submit a high school transcript or equivalent documentation
  2. Please outline any activities you are involved in at Humber and/or your community. Also, please tell us about any leadership experience.
  3. Are you pursuing post-secondary studies for the first time?