Our 2017 scholarship is now open!

Since 1990 ECU has supported post-secondary students with the ECU Ekbaum Scholarship.

This post was written by the former Estonian Credit Union, now Northern Birch Credit Union.

Every year ECU offers scholarship opportunities to those in post-secondary study. This scholarship is here to support young people in pursuing their goals, and encourage them to stay involved in the Estonian community.

As we re-open the scholarship for this year, let’s take a look at last year’s recipients (in alphabetical order);

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Juliana Bergen – studying communications and art history at McGill University 
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Kenneth Dobson – attends the University of Toronto studying engineering
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Sonja Dobson – student at University of Toronto pursuing a major in African Studies and Peace, Conflict and Justice Studies 
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Kati Kiilaspea – studying at Ryerson University in the Arts and Contemporary Studies program
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Brielle Migur – student at Wilfrid Laurier University studying psychology 
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Christopher Ülo Prost – student at University of Toronto studying material engineering
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Vincent Teetsov – history student studying at Cardiff University 
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Markus Tralla – student at McGill University working towards an Honours Bachelor of Arts
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Tomas Vilde – Bachelor of Science student at the University of Toronto

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Interested in applying? Find more information and the application form here. 

Author: NorthernBirchCU

A co-operative financial institution based out of Toronto, Ontario.

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