CIM MES-COSMO Scholarship

The Management and Economics Society of the CIM, together with the COSMO Mining Industry Consortium, have established the Management and Economics Society of MES-COSMO Scholarship. It is intended to provide financial support for mining engineering undergraduate students who are enrolled in Canadian universities, and have a focus on strategic mine planning optimization under uncertainty and related risk management, or other topics as considered appropriate by the Selection Committee. Successful applicant(s) receive an award valued at $3,000 by CIM MES on behalf of COSMO. Up to two CIM MES-COSMO Scholarships may be offered in any given year. For more details, please contact us at: education@cimmes.org

Registration conditions: applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada.

How to apply for the CIM MES-COSMO Scholarship: CIM MES-COSMO Scholarship (2019-2020) Application Form

Application deadline: March 8, 2020 (extended until May 15, 2020)

The COSMO Mining Industry Consortium (COSMO) consists of: AngloGold Ashanti Ltd., Barrick Gold Corp., BHP, De Beers Group of Companies, IAMGOLD Corp.Kinross Gold Corp., Newmont Goldcorp Corp., Vale SA, and the COSMO Stochastic Mine Planning Laboratory.

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MES-COSMO Scholarship Award Recipients

2019 MES-COSMO Scholarship Recipient

Simon Lacoste-Bouchet

McGill University – Department of Mining Engineering
Montréal, Québec

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2018 MES-COSMO Scholarship Recipients

Dominic Guthrie

University of Alberta – Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
Edmonton, Alberta

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Adam Stanley

McGill University – Department of Mining Engineering
Montréal, Québec

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2017 MES-COSMO Scholarship Recipient

Alexa Dumaine

University of British Columbia – Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering
Vancouver, British Columbia

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2016 MES-COSMO Scholarship Recipient

Ziad Saliba

McGill University – Department of Mining Engineering
Montréal, Québec

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