Established in 2002 by friends and family in memory of Jon Hartwick, former Professor of Organizational Behaviour in the Faculty of Management. Awarded by the Faculty of Management Scholarships Committee to a student in high academic standing who is entering the final year of the B.Com. program. Preference will be given first to students pursuing a Major in Psychology and, subsequently, to students with a Concentration in Organizational Behaviour.
Value: minimum $500.
Selection is based on academic standing in secondary school and/ or post-secondary studies. Other factors may be taken into consideration such as participation in school activities, community involvement and demonstrated leadership qualities.
Donated by the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Sanders, Toronto-based business people and philanthropists. Value: $2,200/ea. Recipients: 1st-year students enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts program, with a min. 80% average in an Ontario secondary school (in six OACs or U/M courses). The scholarship...
1 award, $350; for science or technology program students who demonstrate innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit in science or technology, preferably working towards the development of a creative business idea. Students must submit essay describing in detail how the criteria has been met. Apply to...
Initially established by a donation from the late Mr. W.A. Scott, founding member and Honorary President of Victoria's Canada-China Friendship Association in memory of Dr. Norman Bethune. Awarded to an outstanding student at the conclusion of the first or intermediate year in the Faculty of...
Established in 2003 by a bequest from Mortimer Goodman in honour of his wife, Estelle H. Goodman (né Blumenthal), B.A. 1935. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee. Value: minimum $500.
Two scholarships founded in memory of Sir William Peterson, Principal of McGill 1895-1918, by his son, W.G. Peterson, M.A. Open to students in any year. Value: $2,000 each.
Established in 1989 by Dr. Khalil Semaan in honour of his son, a McGill graduate in medicine. Awarded to the student demonstrating the greatest accomplishment in first or second-year Arabic. Open to both graduate and undergraduate students. The award will be made on the recommendation...
Established in 1990 by Dr. L. Yaffe and friends in honour of Betty Workman Yaffe. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Jewish Studies to the student, undergraduate or graduate, making the greatest progress in the study of Yiddish. Value: $100.
Established in 1921 by the University and by friends, graduates and students of the Faculty of Music. Estimated value: $1,500.
Established by the McGill Student Chapter of the Chemical Institute of Canada in memory of the late Professor Clifford B. Purves. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Chemistry, to the graduating student achieving the highest academic merit in the Chemistry Major Program. Value:...
To be awarded to a student in any Level I program for the most creative essay in a Level I English course.
This award is presented to a Culinary Arts student who has shown excellence in attendance, attitude, professionalism and communication.
Award Criteria: financial need enrolled full-time
The graduating class of 1986 in French, English and History has endowed a bursary of $400 for a needy undergraduate student majoring in French, English or History.
Bursaries totalling $3,300 have been endowed by Hon. Thomas Dohm and the University of British Columbia for students in the M.D. program.
One scholarship of $1,000 a year for two years, is awarded to a student beginning studies in the Faculty of Medicine toward the M.D. degree. The award is made, on the recommendation of the Dean of Medicine and the Screening Committee, to one student selected...
Prizes totalling $700 are offered to undergraduate students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, with preference given to those studying Controls and Dynamics. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Department.
Scholarships totalling $10,000 are offered to students specializing in Chinese studies. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Department of Asian Studies and, in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Eligibility: -Awarded to applicants short-listed for the Awards of Distinction -Canadian citizen/Permanent Resident/Protected Person
One award for a student entering a graduate program in geography.