Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
The McCall MacBain Scholarships at McGill are full graduate scholarships connecting students with mentorship, interdisciplinary learning opportunities, and a global community.
The McCall MacBain Scholarship covers tuition and fees for any master’s program or a second-entry professional undergraduate program (dentistry, law, medicine) at McGill University. It also provides a living stipend of $2,000 per month during academic terms. McCall MacBain Scholars access a comprehensive enrichment program, which includes mentorship, interdisciplinary learning opportunities, and access to a global community.
The McCall MacBain Scholarship will cover tuition and fees for any master’s degree (e.g. MA, MATL, MEng, MSc, MBA, MM, or MPP) or a second-entry professional undergraduate program (i.e. BCL/JD, DMD, MDCM). The program must be full-time, 45 credits or more, and taking place on one of the two McGill campuses in Montreal.
For questions about a specific program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
McCall MacBain Scholarship applicants must apply separately and be admitted to their desired graduate program(s) at McGill. Please visit the McGill Graduate Admissions website to review program requirements.
You must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Have Canadian citizenship, permanent residency, or refugee status in Canada
- Have a bachelor’s degree, or be on track to graduate with one by August 2021
There are no age or Grade Point Average (GPA) requirements for applying.
Applicants must apply separately and be admitted to an eligible graduate program at McGill University.
Students at Canadian universities must take part in their university’s endorsement process. More information and a list of campus contacts will be posted before June 2020.
For alumni and for Canadian students studying abroad, a direct application process will be available.
Sign up for an information session to speak with McCall MacBain Scholarships staff or email us at email@example.com.