Up to two years of full funding for a master's degree in any field at McGill University, Canada
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International students have earlier deadline.
Academic DisciplineArts & Humanities
STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math)
CitizenshipU.S. Citizen, Non-US Citizen, DACA Recipient
StatusSenior Year, Young Alumni
- Tuition and fees to McGill University, for normal program duration
- $2,000 CAD per month living stipend, during academic terms
- Relocation grant for moving to Montreal
Based in Montreal, Canada, McGill University offers full 30 full scholarships annually to fund master's and "second-entry professional undergraduate" degrees.* Courses are conducted in English, although French is the dominant language in the surrounding city of Montreal.
*In Canada, professional degrees such as MD and JD degrees are awarded at the undergraduate level. Those who have already received their bachelor's degree in another may apply for an accelerated "second-entry" version of the program, graduating with a professional degree ready for licensure.
The scholarship covers tuition and fees for eligible master's and accelerated professional degrees, as well as a living stipend of $2,000CAD per month.
Finalists who are not awarded a full scholarship may be eligible to receive a Finalist Award of up to $20,000 or a Regional Award of $10,000.
Scholars also participate in professional development and community events, as well as gain access to a strong alumni network and ongoing opportunities for networking, collaboration, and advancement.
Meet the requirements for graduate school admission to McGill University, which include:
- Bachelor's degree or a recognized equivalent
- English language proficiency
- Academic strength and intellectual curiosity
- Exceptional character
- Community engagement
- Leadership potential
- Entrepreneurial spirit