S. Cyril MAPLETHORP Memorial Scholarship in Engineering

Scholarships totaling $5,150 have been endowed by the Estate of Serge Cyril Maplethorp for students beginning or continuing studies in an Engineering program, with preference given to students in an undergraduate Engineering program. Cyril Maplethorp graduated from the Imperial College at the University of London and emigrated to Canada in 1953. He worked as a consulting civil engineer, mainly in the Lower Mainland and most notably engineered the rebuilding of the PNE Roller Coaster in 1958 (then called the Big Dipper). He was very involved in volunteer activity and was a great friend of UBC. Recommendations are made by the Faculty of Applied Science and, in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Award descriptions are meant for reference only. Values listed may not reflect the most up to date information.

Faculty of Applied Science
Undergraduate & Graduate

Recommended award

The majority of Recommended Awards do not require an application and students are automatically considered for any scholarships, awards, or prizes for which they are eligible.

Some faculties do require applications: Contact your faculty’s scholarship representative or check your faculty website to find out more.