McGill University Scholarships 2022-2023 are currently accepting online applications for all students. The McGill Scholarships administers an In-Course Financial Aid Program that provides modest amounts of loans and/or bursaries to currently enrolled graduate students in need of supplemental financial assistance. Our office does not have the capacity to replace core funding nor the ability to significantly cover a lot of a graduate student’s costs.
Newly admitted graduate students please note: our Entrance Bursary Program is only available to first-time, first-degree (Bachelor) students. You are encouraged to carefully read your graduate admission offer to understand the value and nature (one-time vs. recurring, etc.) of any financial commitments included. Your financial plan at the time of your acceptance should not assume that additional graduate funding or need-based aid will become available in your first year of studies.
McGill University Scholarship Application Process Explained:
To apply for the McGill In-Course Financial Aid Program, go to the Minerva website (Link given at the end of the article):
- Select the Financial Aid/Awards tab > Financial Aid Menu > Apply for McGill Financial Aid > Apply for In-Course Financial Aid > Update your financial aid profile > Submit your application.
- You will be prompted to make an appointment with a Financial Aid Counsellor. During this meeting, not only will you have an opportunity to discuss your budget, but you will also have your in-course application reviewed in detail
If you are a student with a disability who requires help in completing online applications, please do not hesitate to contact Mcgill financial aid office.
When to Submit applications for McGill Scholarships?
Students may apply for McGill Scholarships anytime during the academic year, as the need arises. Applications are always for the current academic year (September to August) and are available in August of each year.
McGill Scholarship Eligibility
To be considered for In-Course Financial Aid, applicants must:
- Be currently enrolled in a full-time degree program at the University
- Apply for and accept the maximum available government student aid for which they are eligible
- Be in satisfactory academic standing
- Demonstrate financial need
Special, Visiting, Qualifying, Continuing Education, Diploma, Certificate and Private Program students (i.e. Master of Management, Master of Business Administration, and Master of Public Policy) are generally not eligible for aid from our office.
International students who have provided proof of financial capacity to immigration authorities in order to receive their study permit are generally not eligible for consideration in their first 12 months of study.
Students registered with the Office for Students with Disabilities may be eligible for financial aid while pursuing a reduced course load.
A final selection result will be posted on the Minerva website link, usually within a week’s time of an applicant’s appointment with a Financial Aid Counsellor.