McGill University



Canadian Students
Entrance: 400Lowest: $2,000Highest: $15,000
In-School: 1,500Lowest: $500Highest: $4,000

Notes for Canadian Students

McGill has an extensive program of entrance and in-course awards open to Canadian and international students. Awards are based on academic record and leadership. In 2007-2008, 254 students (46 of whom were international students) or about 6% of first year students were awarded renewable entrance scholarships ranging from $2,000.00 to $15,000.00.

McGill grants loans and bursaries on the basis of financial need to registered full-time degree students who are in satisfactory academic standing.

Notes for International Students

Please view 'Financial Aid Notes for Canadian Students'.

1,160 scholarship(s) found.
  Scholarship Value Deadline
C.A. Brodie Brockwell Prize $500 n/s
Angela C. Kramer Memorial Award in German Studies $1,500 n/s
F. Menard Inc. Prize $250 n/s
Sydney S. Pappelbaum Bursary n/s n/s
Ernest E. Saunders, Q.C. Bursary Fund n/s n/s
Dr. Graham Ross Prize $150 n/s
Frieda and Carl A. Bodensieck Memorial Bursary n/s n/s
W.M. Birks Awards $200 n/s
Dr. Alexander MacDonald Memorial Bursary n/s n/s
David M. Caldwell Student Loan Fund n/s n/s
Louis H. Rohrlick Memorial Prize n/s n/s
Clement C. Clay Memorial Loan Fund n/s n/s
Donald E. Meehan Intercollegiate Football Awards $1,000 n/s
G. Stafford Whitby Prize in Polymer Chemistry $350 n/s
Frederick M. Connell Award (Science) $1,400 n/s
Emile A. Lods Memorial Prize $600 n/s
Clifford B. Purves Prize in Chemistry $1,300 n/s
Michael L. Garmaise Prize in Political Science $2,500 n/s
H. Carl Goldenberg Scholarship $1,850 n/s
McGill Alumnae Helen R.Y. Reid Scholarship $2,000 n/s
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