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McGill University

McGill University, at Montreal, Que., Canada; coeducational; chartered 1821, opened 1829. It was named for James McGill, who left a bequest to establish it. Its real development dates from 1855 when John W. Dawson became principal. It has faculties of arts, science, dentistry, engineering, graduate studies, education, management, religious studies, law, medicine, and music, as well as schools of architecture, urban planning, computer science, social work, library and information studies, nursing, human communication disorders, occupational health, and physical and occupational therapy. Anglican, Presbyterian, and United Church theological colleges are affiliated. Macdonald College at Ste Anne de Bellevue, Que., includes the faculty of agriculture and environmental sciences and the school of dietetics and human science. McGill is noted for its graduate work in chemistry, medicine (especially neurology and psychiatry), and biology. It has a fine medical library and medical museum.

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McGill University

Mackenzie King Open Scholarships (Graduate/Scholarship)
Mackenzie King Travelling Scholarships (Graduate/Scholarship)
McGill University Alma Mater Student Travel Grants (Graduate/Grant)
McGill University Scholarships for Research Trips to Europe (Graduate/Scholarship)
Philip F. Vineberg Travelling Fellowship in the Humanities (Graduate/Scholarship)

4th Flr., James Administration Bldg.
845 Sherbrooke St. W
Montreal, QC, Canada H3A 2T5
Ph: (514)398-3990
Fax: (514)398-1626
URL:http://www.mcgill.ca

Mackenzie King Open Scholarships (Graduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To provide support for graduating students to pursue their education. Focus: General studies. Qualif.: Applicant must be a graduate of any Canadian university for full-time postgraduate studies in Canada; must be an undergraduate applicants with first Class Honours Standing (CGPA of 3.7 or higher - 3.5 for Law), a graduate applicants must have a “straight A” records. Criteria: Awards will be based on high academic achievements, personal qualities, and demonstrated aptitudes. Consideration will also be given to the applicant's proposed program of study.

Funds Avail.: $9,000. To Apply: Applicant must complete the application form available in the website at www.mking-scholarships.ca; must have a three letter of reference from persons who have an initiate knowledge of the record and ability and are able to give a critical evaluation of their plans for graduate study; must have the official transcript of record and other academic records from each university they have attended. Deadline: February 1.

Mackenzie King Travelling Scholarships (Graduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To provide support for deserving students intending to pursue their studies in the United States or the United Kingdom in the areas of international relations and industrial relations. Focus: International affairs and relations, Industrial and labor relations. Qualif.: Applicant must be a graduate of any Canadian university who wants to pursue graduate study in the United States or the United Kingdom in international or industrial relation. Criteria: Awards are based on academic achievement, personal qualities and demonstrated aptitudes, as well as proposed program of study. Consideration will be given to a undergraduate applicants with First Class Honours Standing (CGPA of 3.7 or higher - 3.5 for Law) and graduate applicants with cumulative “straight A” records.

Funds Avail.: $10,000. To Apply: Applicant must complete the application form available in the website at www.mking-scholarships.ca; must have a three letter of reference from persons who have an initiate knowledge of the record and ability and are able to give a critical evaluation of their plans for graduate study; must have the official transcript of record and other academic records from each university they have attended. Deadline: February 1.

McGill University Alma Mater Student Travel Grants (Graduate/Grant)

Purpose: To award the McGill graduate students in any discipline for their achievements in attending a scholarly meeting or conference where they will be presenting a paper relating to their graduate research. Focus: General studies. Qualif.: Applicant must be registered as full-time graduate students in a Master's or doctoral program at McGill; must have been accepted to present and have presented a paper or poster at a scholarly meeting or conference that falls within the specific time period of the competition. Criteria: Preference will be given to applicants who did not receive an award in the previous competition.

Funds Avail.: $750. To Apply: Applicant must submit one copy of the application form, including the required department signatures; must have an abstract or precis of the paper to be presented (1 page maximum); must provide an evidence of acceptance to present a paper or poster (copy of letter of acceptance or the conference program); must submit the payment request form, personal data form, direct deposit form, and proof of participation in the scholarly meeting or conference as defined on the payment request form. Deadline: September 15, January 15, and May 15.

McGill University Scholarships for Research Trips to Europe (Graduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To support research trips to Europe that are necessary for completion of a MA or doctoral thesis. Focus: European studies. Qualif.: Applicant must be registered in full-time graduate studies at McGill University; must be preparing an MA or doctoral thesis that will make a contribution to knowledge about the political, legal, economic, or social system of the European Union or the history of European integration. Criteria: Selection of applicant will be based on their research proposal.

Funds Avail.: $600-$5,000. To Apply: For further information and for application form, applicants are advice to contact the foundation at www.centreurope-montreal.ca. Deadline: April 4.

Philip F. Vineberg Travelling Fellowship in the Humanities (Graduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To provide financial support to a qualified individuals who wants to pursue their education. Focus: Law, Art, Education, Library and archival sciences, Music, Religious education, Social work. Qualif.: Applicant must be a registered student at McGill in a degree program in Arts, Education, Law, Library Science, Music, Religious Studies or Social Work. Criteria: Selection of applicant will be based on their academic achievements and personal qualities.

Funds Avail.: $14,500. To Apply: Application forms are available online at www.mkingscholarships.ca. Applicant must have a three letter of reference from persons who have an initiate knowledge of the record and ability and are

able to give a critical evaluation of their plans for graduate study; must have the official transcript of record and other academic records from each university they have attended. Deadline: February 1.

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