Student Scholarships | Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics

Student Scholarships


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Because of our donors, we can improve accessibility to education and allow our students to reach their full potential.


Scholarships can open doors to students who may be unable to attend a post-secondary institution or allows them to focus solely on their studies, instead of juggling part-time employment.

Below are just a few examples of our incredible supporters.


michael emory of allied properties presenting cheque to students

Corporate donations


Allied Properties REIT

Allied Properties REIT is a title sponsor of Lang's annual Undergraduate Real Estate Case Competition in which students create a development plan for a real, iconic property in the Ontario real estate market. The support from Allied Properties allows the student-run case competition to provide a first-class educational experience for all competitors. In 2017, Michael Emory, President and CEO of Allied Properties (pictured in photo) was the keynote speaker at the competition. Allied Properties REIT is a leading owner, manager and developer of urban office environments. 

More information on the Undergraduate Real Estate Case Competition


Connor, Clark and Lunn Financial Group

The Toronto based financial consulting group provides students enrolled in Lang's Executive Programs (MBA and MA Leadership programs) with two scholarship opportunities. Recipients of each scholarships are selected on the basis of exemplary community contributions and volunteerism that goes beyond the requirements of their role, such as extra-curricular activities, participating on a Board of Directors, committees, sports teams etc. Students entering the MBA (Sustainability, Hospitality and Tourism Management or Agribusiness) program or MA Leadership program who have demonstrated leadership growth in extra-curricular activities are encouraged to apply.

warren jestin gives student a scholarship

Industry leaders and alumni


Warren Jestin

Economics alumnus Warren Jestin, provides a scholarship to a student registered in an honours degree in either the B.A program with a major in Economics or the B.Comm program with a major in Management Economics in Industry and Finance. The award winner will have achieved the highest cumulative average across all economics policy courses taken. Jestin was a member of the University's Board of Governors from 1997 to 2003, and is a Notable Alumni of the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics.


Mark Eglington

A graduate of the University of Guelph's Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program, Mark and his family offer economics and finance students the Eglington Family Scholarship. The award is given to the student who has the highest cumulative average across 3000 and 4000 level courses oriented towards internationalism and/or housing markets and is registered in either the BA Economics or BComm Management Economics and Finance.


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