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McGill University Scholarship

Newly admitted undergraduate students can apply to McGill’s Entrance Scholarship Program. In-course award programs for undergraduate students currently studying at McGill fall under individual faculty jurisdiction as do those for graduate students.

Newly admitted undergraduate students can apply to McGill’s Entrance Scholarship Program. In-course award programs for undergraduate students currently studying at McGill fall under individual faculty jurisdiction as do those for graduate students.

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Entrance scholarships for future undergraduates

   McGill's Scholarships and Student Aid Office offers merit-based entrance scholarships to first-time university students entering a full-time undergraduate degree program. Transfer, Mature, Diploma, Exchange, Special, Part-time and Visiting students are not eligible for entrance scholarship consideration.

   There are two types of centrally-administered entrance scholarships: One-year Scholarships, valued at $3,000 (non-renewable), and Major Scholarships, valued at $3,000, $5,000 or $10,000 (renewable annually).

   One-year entrance scholarships valued at $3,000

   All applicants to McGill undergraduate degree programs are automatically considered for a one-year entrance scholarship provided they meet the minimum academic requirements. These scholarships, offered by the Scholarships and Student Aid Office, are awarded solely on the basis of academic achievement, meaning no separate application is required. However, your application to McGill must include the following supporting documents:

   Major entrance scholarships valued at $3,000/$5,000/$10,000, renewable

   Major entrance scholarships, offered by the Scholarships and Student Aid Office, are awarded on the basis of academic achievement and outstanding leadership in school or community activities. Please note that "leadership" constitutes more than simple participation in extracurricular activities. A separate application is required soon after submission of your application for admission. To determine if you qualify, please review the minimum academic requirements.

   Students who apply for, but do not receive a major scholarship will automatically be considered for a one-year entrance scholarship. Recipients of McGill scholarships are strongly advised to acquaint themselves with allregulations pertaining to both one-year and major entrance scholarships.

Merit-based awards for current undergraduates

   In-course Awards and Honours

   In-course scholarships, awards and prizes are for students who are currently enrolled in—and will be continuing in—a full-time undergraduate degree program at McGill, and who have excelled in their program of study. These scholarships are awarded by the scholarships committees of individual faculties, and the funds are then disbursed by the Scholarships and Student Aid Office on the basis of their recommendations. The Scholarships and Student Aid Office deposits the funds in the students’ fee accounts and ensures that awards are recorded on student transcripts.

   Students should consult the In-course Awards section of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Calendar for a complete listing of awards by faculty. Furthermore, every faculty has its own set of criteria for distribution of in-course awards. Students should consult with the Student Affairs Office in their faculty to acquaint themselves with these criteria, and to receive answers to any related questions they may have.

Eligibility

  • Students who meet the eligibility criteria are automatically considered for in-course awards, and applications are not required unless specifically indicated in the terms of the award.
  • In general terms, all academically outstanding students may be considered by their faculties for in-course awards, subject to that faculty’s budget. GPA standing is of paramount importance and award minima will be determined by each faculty’s scholarships committee at the end of the regular academic year.
  • To qualify for in-course award consideration, students must complete at least 27 graded credits in a McGill degree program during the regular academic session (Fall and Winter terms) exclusive of courses completed under the Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory option. Summer courses are not included.
  • Students who receive credits for courses obtained while on exchange at other universities do not qualify for McGill in-course awards.
  • Students in co-op and internship programs should contact their respective faculty office to clarify regulations specific to these programs.

   Additional information and detailed regulations pertaining to these awards can be found on our page outliningRegulations for Recipients.

Dean's Honour List

   Continuing students

   A maximum of the top 10% of continuing students in each faculty is named to the Dean's Honour List. This designation is based on the combined GPA for the fall and winter terms. While carrying no monetary reward, it is an official University recognition of academic achievements, and is recorded on student transcripts.

   Graduating students

   If you are graduating with an undergraduate degree, you may be awarded the designation of Dean's Honour List under the following conditions:

  • you have completed a minimum of 60 McGill credits towards your degree; and
  • you are in the top 10% of your faculty's graduating class of students. This calculation is based on the CGPA.

   Note for transfer students: this designation may be withdrawn if your CGPA at another university or in another faculty at McGill is not comparable to the CGPA earned in your graduating faculty.