Undergraduate financial support
A variety of scholarships and prizes are available to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Law. Entrance scholarships are awarded at the time of admission. Internal scholarships are awarded through the Prizes and Scholarships Committee of the Faculty of Law while a student is registered in their engineering program.
Furthermore, McGill University provides a variety of financial assistance to students. You will find information about government aid programs, McGill loans and bursaries, scholarship funding, debt management, individualized budget counselling, from the McGill Student Aid.
Undergraduate program fees
McGill University has replaced printed paper bills with a convenient electronic billing system on Minerva where you may view your e-bill. All charges to your fee account, including tuition, fees, health insurance, housing fees and other miscellaneous charges are on your e-bill.
An email will be sent to your official McGill University email address every time a new e-bill (fee statement) is ready. The e-bill can be viewed by logging in to Minerva with your McGill ID and PIN or by signing on to myMcGill.
To view the latest schedule of fees and to get further information regarding student fees, please refer to McGill's Student Accounts site.
Students may apply for In-Course Financial Aid through the Financial Aid Menu on Minerva. Once you have completed your on-line application, you will need to make arrangements for an interview; please make sure to contact the telephone number provided after you submit your In-Course Financial Aid Application.
Bursaries and loans
Applications for McGill Loans and Bursaries on the basis of financial need should be directed to McGill Student Aid, McGill University, 3600 McTavish Street, Suite 3200 Montreal, QC H3A 1Y2. All applicants for aid must first apply for maximum government grants or other assistance for which they may be eligible.
Undergraduate scholarships and awards
Many students in the Law Faculty at some time during their studies receive a scholarship or prize carrying financial remuneration. Close to 100 Faculty awards to undergraduate students are available through:
- Entrance scholarships for those with strong academic standing and/or demonstrated financial need. Information regarding Entrance scholarships and bursaries is available at http://www.mcgill.ca/law-admissions/undergraduates/financial.
- Prizes, awards, and bursaries for students achieving academic excellence and making contributions to the life of the Faculty. Descriptions of the prizes are available at http://www.mcgill.ca/law-studies/information/prizes/
- Travelling fellowships for graduating students intent on pursuing further studies. Descriptions of the prizes are available at: http://www.mcgill.ca/law-studies/information/prizes/.
Undergraduate entrance awards
Unless otherwise noted, entrance scholarships and bursaries are awarded by the Admissions Committee of the Faculty of Law. All accepted candidates are automatically considered for entrance scholarships awarded by the Faculty of Law.
CEGEP students applying to the Faculty of Law are strongly encouraged to apply for University Entrance Scholarships if they meet the academic and other relevant criteria. For more information, visit McGill Scholarships and McGill Student Aid.
Internal scholarships and awards
The Faculty, on recommendation of the Prizes and Scholarships Committee, awards scholarships and prizes to outstanding students in upper years. There are also awards given to McGill Law undergraduates to assist in their pursuit of graduate studies at Faculties of Law other than McGill, or of a program of professional training.
Further information can also be found via the Faculty of Law Calendar (see the McGill University Calendars and select the current year's undergraduate calendars, then the appropriate faculty).