Internship Awards

The Barbara and Patrick Keenan Undergraduate Internship Awards for Interfaith Studies

Bieler Internship Assistance Program

Brown-Martlet Entrepreneurial Awards

Center for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism Bursaries and Awards

Common Threads Through the Commonwealth

The Elizabeth L. Thomson International Experience Award

Faculty of Arts Internship Awards

Harold Blenkhorn Internship Award

Iwanicki International Internship Awards

McBurney Latin America Fellowship

The Norman Zavalkoff Family McGill Israel Exchange Travel Fund Award

Rio Tinto-Richard Evans International Exchange Awards

Robert S. Broughton Student Internship in Agricultural Engineering

SURA

SURE


The Barbara and Patrick Keenan Undergraduate Internship Awards for Interfaith Studies

Established in 2012 by Barbara Keenan, BA 1954 and Patrick Keenan, BCom 1954, CA 1957.  Awarded by the Faculty of Religious Studies to undergraduate students participating in an internship broadly related to interfaith studies in an international setting, allowing first-hand experience of religious cultures in a global context. The host organization can be a religious NGO or any other institution active on the interfaith field. Organizations promoting proselytization are excluded. The Award is meant to provide partial funding to assist students with travel and other expenses related to their internship. Open to McGill undergraduate students in all faculties who have completed at least two courses in religious studies. Students must be returning to McGill the semester following the internship. Internships normally take place between May and September.

To apply, click here.


Bieler Internship Assistance Program

The Bieler Family Internship Office offers undergraduate students the opportunity to apply for numerous internship awards. These awards have been established through the generous support of McGill alumni and have been designed to assist students pursue meaningful internships to complement their studies. 

Students must be enrolled in FAES 200 or FAES 300 Internship course, and meet eligibility requirements.

For more information, click here.


Brown-Martlet Entrepreneurial Awards

The BMFC Entrepreneurial Awards seeks to aid students in their pursuit of entrepreneurship ventures, in the form of internships. Student placements should have an exclusive focus on entrepreneurship and innovation. Creation, development and management of a business venture which includes undertaking all the necessary risks in order to make the venture profitable and the return gainful. This also includes Social Entrepreneurship. Within the social context, social entrepreneurship includes transformational benefits to society through social changes. These entrepreneurs look into society, isolate the areas in need of transformation and evoke solutions which seek to benefit the greater good.

Students must be enrolled in FAES 200 or FAES 300 Internship course, and meet eligibility requirements.

For more information, click here.


Center for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism Bursaries and Awards

The Internship Program provides students with an opportunity to apply their legal education in a concrete setting and further develop a demonstrated interest and commitment to the defense of human rights. Students participate in the Program as volunteers, with partial funding from the Faculty of Law.

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Common Threads Through the Commonwealth

Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Program

Exploring innovative and promising approaches to address key challenges to health, well-being and equity through international scholarship and internship opportunities across the Commonwealth.

For more information, click here.


The Elizabeth L. Thomson International Experience Award

Established in 2016 by Elizabeth L. Thomson (LLB '74, BCL '75) for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Law to take the initiative to gain practical experience during their studies and to provide opportunities for students to broaden their horizons. Awarded by the Faculty of Law to a BCL/LLB student undertaking an international internship in Hong Kong. Preference will be given to students who are Canadian citizens and who have not resided or travelled in Asia.


Faculty of Arts Internship Awards

Each year the Faculty of Arts offers students the opportunity to apply for Arts Internship Awards. These awards help students off-set the costs of travel, accommodation and other expenses associated with their internships. Established through the generous support of McGill alumni, the Awards are administered through the Dean's Office in conjunction with the Faculty of Arts Internship Office.

For more information, click here.


Harold Blenkhorn Internship Award

The Harold Blenkhorn Internship Award was established in 2014 in memory of Harold Blenkhorn, BScAgr 1950, to support one or more undergraduate students in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences who are participating in an internship through the Macdonald Campus Internship Program. The Award will be given to help undergraduate students in the Faculty gain firsthand experience related to their fields of study by providing partial funding to assist with expenses related to their internship. Administered through the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Preference will be given to students from the Department of Plant Science. 

Students must be enrolled in FAES 200 or FAES 300 Internship course, and meet eligibility requirements.

For more information, click here.


Iwanicki International Internship Awards

The Iwanicki International Internship Awards were established in 2014 by Jack Iwanicki in honour of his late wife Eileen Iwanicki, BSc (HEc) 1957, to support one or more undergraduate students in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences who are participating in an international internship through the Macdonald Campus Internship Program. The awards will be given to help undergraduate students in the faculty gain firsthand international experience related to their fields of study by providing partial funding to assist with travel and other expenses related to their internship. Preference will be given to students in Dietetics and Human Nutrition.

Students must be enrolled in FAES 200 or FAES 300 Internship course, and meet eligibility requirements.

For more information, click here.


McBurney Latin America Fellowship

The McBurney Fellowship's mandate is to make a significant contribution to improving the health and social conditions of poor and marginalized populations in Latin America through the delivery of concrete and measurable interventions or service-based projects.

The Fellowship is available to advanced undergraduate (60+ credits completed) or graduate students at McGill who are motivated to develop a self-directed internship project or service oriented research.  

For more information click here.


The Norman Zavalkoff Family McGill Israel Exchange Travel Fund

This is an annual travel award granted with the intent to support an exchange of graduate or postdoctoral students enrolled in the IWRM Masters program of McGill University and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev’s Jacob Blaustein Institute for Desert Research. For more information, please open the document below.

IWRM Travel Award


Rio Tinto-Richard Evans International Exchange Awards

Awarded to outstanding undergraduate students in the Faculty of Engineering's engineering degree programs and in the Desautels Faculty of Management to support formal international education exchange, internship or other university sanctioned educational travel opportunities.

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Robert S. Broughton Student Internship in Agricultural Engineering

The Robert S. Broughton Student Internship in Agricultural Engineering was established in 2014 in honor of Robert S. Broughton, PhD 1972, to support one or more undergraduate students in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences who are participating in an internship through the Macdonald Campus Internship Program. The Award will be given to help undergraduate students in the Faculty gain firsthand experience related to their fields of study by providing partial funding to assist with expenses related to their internship. Administered through the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.  Preference will be given to students from the Department Bioresource Engineering.

Students must be enrolled in FAES 200 or FAES 300 Internship course, and meet eligibility requirements.

For more information, click here.


SURA

For more information, please visit the Science Undergraduate Research Awards website.


SURE

For more information, please visit the Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering website.