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Scholarships

Various scholarships, prizes and medals are open to returning and graduating students. A complete list of Management scholarships can be found in the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards 2015-2016 University Calendar website. Registered students are automatically considered by the Undergraduate Scholarships Committee for each award for which they are eligible.

In-Course Scholarships

The following in-course scholarships require an application in the form of a cover letter and curriculum vitae outlining eligibility to be submitted by June 1st to: scholarship [dot] mgmt [at] mcgill [dot] ca

  • Sheila Wellington BMO Financial Group Awards
  • Commerce '55 Scholarships
  • Hyman Herbert Stein Award
  • Great-West Life & London Life Scholarship
  • Marcel A. Desautels Leadership Scholarship
  • HSBC Women in Business Award             
  • Laurentian Bank Scholarships
  • Dr. Alex Paterson Scholarship
  • Paul-Hervé Desrosiers Scholarship in Entrepreneurial Studies
  • Shirin Yeganegi Memorial Scholarship
  • HSBC Bank Canada Management Awards
  • The Danny and Monica Gold Award for Academic Excellence and Leadership
  • Rio Tinto Alcan – Richard Evans International Exchange Award
  • Cecelia(née Dwyer) & James Hartt Schurman Memorial Award

A minimum of 27 graded credits must have been completed in the year to be eligible; 14 credits in one term.

Internship Awards

Murdoch Family Initiative Awards

Established in 2012 by Neil Murdoch (BCom'81) and Gisele Murdoch, these awards will support undergraduate students in the Desautels Faculty of Management to take the initiative to gain practical experience during their studies and to encourage students to be creative and entrepreneurial.

The first award will be for a student, in good academic standing, undertaking an internship related to their field of study which is either unpaid, in a non-profit or supra-national agency, or in a developing economy. Students apply through Career Services in the Desautels Faculty of Management. For more information, please click here.

The second award will be for a student, in good academic standing, who has demonstrated entrepreneurial talent and initiative and is involved in an entrepreneurial venture. Students apply through the Dobson Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies. For more information, please click here.

Preference for both awards will be given to students entering U2 or U3. Estimated value for each award: $4,000

Graduating Prizes

The Stephen S. Goldbloom Memorial Prize is a graduating prize that requires a cover letter and CV.

Graduating awards are based on Cumulative GPA and do not require full-time status in the final year.

Applications should be forwarded to the Scholarships Committee by sending an email with cover letter and CV to scholarship [dot] mgmt [at] mcgill [dot] ca.

For more information please contact jennifer [dot] l [dot] hunter [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Jennifer Hunter).