When you go on exchange, you pay the same tuition you would pay if you were right here on a McGill campus (equivalent of 15 credits and related fees), but there are other costs that you should take into account when you budget, such as airfare, accommodations and other living expenses.
To offset these additional costs, you may be eligible for funding. Some examples of funding sources are:
*Applicable only to McGill exchange partners that are part of the U21 Consortium. Apply by completing the U21 Travel Award section of your exchange application on Minerva. (Write about the potential significance of an exchange on your academic and personal development, and how you will be able to contribute to the promotion of future student mobility within the U21 consortium.)
Note for current scholarship holders: If you hold a renewable scholarship or award from McGill, you may retain it for up to one year while registered as an exchange student, if your program of study has been approved by your faculty. While you're on exchange, McGill renewal conditions apply. By the way, you are not eligible for new awards based on marks obtained while on exchange.