Monday, 15 January 2018

Undergraduate Entrance Scholarships at McGill University in Canada, 2018




The McGill University is proud to offer two type of scholarships i.e. One-year entrance scholarships. These scholarships are awarded solely on the basis of academic achievement and Major entrance scholarships.
Course Level: Scholarships are available to pursue undergraduate prgramme.
Eligible Nationalities: International Students are eligible to apply for this scholarship programme. 
Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible for this scholarship you must meet the following requirements:
Competition for entrance scholarships is intense at McGill. An extraordinary number of exceptional applications are received each year and, unfortunately, we cannot award scholarships to all good candidates.

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To provide some guidance to scholarship hopefuls, the proposed academic standings of scholarship awardees for this upcoming fall term are listed in the table below. Some program-specific scholarships may have lower minima.




Academic backgroundMinimum academic performance for consideration for all entrance scholarships
Quebec CEGEPMINIMUM overall cote de rendement coll├ęgial (CRC) to be determined
Canadian High School (outside Quebec and Ontario)MINIMUM 95% average on all academic grade 12 and grade 11 level courses
Ontario High SchoolMINIMUM 95% overall average on all 3U, 3M, 4U and 4M courses
United States High SchoolMINIMUM A average (at least 94% or GPA of 4.00, or equivalent unweighted) over last two years of full-time studies, and a minimum score of 700 in each SAT (730 on the new SAT) or 33 in the ACT. For changes to SAT scoring, please consult the McGill Enrolment Services’ website.
Overseas High SchoolMINIMUM A average (or equivalent) over last two years of full-time study
Advanced LevelsMINIMUM of 4 relevant Advanced-Level/CAPE/Pre-University subjects with minimum predicted grades of A*AAA (or equivalent) or minimum final grades of AAAA (or equivalent), plus AS results and GCSE/O-Level results at a similar level.
Exceptions: Countries where grade A* is not awarded (Caribbean CAPE,  Scotland Advanced Highers, Singapore A-Levels) will be considered on A (and equivalent) grades.
International Baccalaureate41 subject points (not including bonus points) on predicted or final grades
French BaccalaureateMINIMUM overall average of 17, with minimum score of 14 in each course
Note: when class rank is available, it should be provided. Rank in the top 1 – 2% is expected.
The above is the PROPOSED scholarship minima for this upcoming fall term. It is possible that the minima may be lower if we should have more scholarship funds to disburse. It is also possible that the minima could be higher should we attract a greater number of qualified applicants. Please note: even if you meet the standings above, you are not guaranteed a scholarship.



Scholarship decisions are made during the admission process and are based on academic information available at that time. There is no reconsideration on additional or final results.

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Method of Application: The supporting documentation required to apply for major entrance scholarships varies according to the region, as do the deadlines for submission. Please refer to the following chart to find out what, and when, you need to submit:



Applicant TypeDocuments requiredDeadline
Applicants from Quebec CEGEPs·         Two letters of referenceMarch 7*
Applicants from schools in Ontario and in the rest of Canada·         Two letters of reference·         Signed statement from your school (if available)February 7*
Applicants from schools outside of Canada·         Two letters of reference·         Signed statement from your school (if available)January 22*

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Scholarship Application Deadline: Do not wait to be admitted to McGill to apply for a scholarship. Apply by the following deadlines: applicants from a Quebec CEGEP – March 7; applicants from a school in the rest of Canada – February 7; applicants from a school outside of Canada – January 22.

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