June 19, 2024
McCall MacBain Scholarships at McGill University for Studying in Canada in 2024–2025

McCall MacBain Scholarships at McGill University for Studying in Canada in 2024–2025

McCall MacBain Scholarships at McGill University for Studying in Canada in 2024–2025

The McCall MacBain Scholarships at McGill University for Studying in Canada in 2024–2025 are now accepting applications. For international students applying to McGill for summer or fall admission to master’s or professional programs, the university offers up to 30 full scholarships and 100 entrance awards annually. With complete funding provided by the McCall MacBain Scholarships, deserving candidates can pursue a professional or master’s degree along with an extensive enrichment program.

Scholarship Overview:

  • Sponsored by McGill University in Canada.
  • Offers a full scholarship with a $2,000 monthly living stipend.
  • Includes 60 tuition waivers and 60 full scholarships.
  • Targets professional and master’s degrees.
  • Open to both local and foreign students.

McCall MacBain Scholarships at McGill University, 2025

  • The first master’s and professional degree programs in Canada that are comprehensive and leadership-focused.
  • Offers access to global communities, multidisciplinary education, and mentorship.
  • Aims to enhance students’ societal influence.

McGill University McCall MacBain Scholarships 2025: Eligibility Requirements

  • Eligibility: domestic or foreign students holding a bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
  • Requirement: high school diploma.
  • Citizenship: Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or refugee.
  • Degree Holding: Bachelor’s degree or plan to get one before August 2024.
  • Multiple Scholarships: No simultaneous holding.
  • English Language Requirement: Must meet the university’s English language requirement.
  • Up to 20 full scholarships are available annually.

McCall MacBain Scholarship Application Process

Deadline for application: August 2024

Visit the official scholarship website.

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