New Brunswick Community College Insurance & Risk Management Program – Bursary Application

SE Mutual Insurance company is proud to support those pursuing a post-secondary education in the field of insurance. SE Mutual Insurance Company is offering two $1,000 bursaries, for students graduating from the insurance and risk management programs at NBCC and CCNB. Education is costly and SE Mutual is pleased to help offset the high cost of post-secondary education.

Bursaries are offered to students graduating in 2024 from the following programs:
NBCC – Business Administration: Insurance and Risk Management CCNB – Administration des affaires – assurances de dommages

General Requirements of Eligibility

1. The Applicant must be enrolled in the Business Administration: Insurance and Risk Management (NBCC) program, or the Administration des affaires – assurance de dommages (CCNB) program.
2. The Applicant must show proof of enrolment as a full-time student in one of the above- mentioned programs.
3. The Applicant must complete the application form (which can be obtained from your NBCC/CCNB Instructor).
4. The Applicant must provide a recent colour photo, with their application, to SE Mutual for possible publication.
5. The Applicants must not have received any scholarship monies from SE Mutual Insurance prior to this submission (applicants may receive only one scholarship from SE Mutual).
6. The Applicant must return the application form no later than 4:30pm on May 10th to:

SE Mutual Insurance Company
Scholarship Selection Committee
663 Pinewood Road
Riverview, NB E1B 5R6


email to: [email protected]

Selection Process

Applications must have a fully completed and approved application form and have submitted it to the office of SE Mutual by the required time and date specified above. SE Mutual will notify successful applicants by June 3rd. Before issuing cheques on November 8th of the same year, the company will require successful applicants to provide proof of registration in a post-secondary institution. A copy of the paid tuition, a letter from the school or institution, or a photocopy of the student card are all examples of acceptable proof of registration.

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