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Awards for Continuing Studies Students

Awards for Continuing Studies Students

  • The AbitibiBowater Prizes
  • Established in 1980, to be awarded to a student obtaining the highest academic standing in the Diploma in Management. One prize will be available for each of the Spring and Fall convocations.
  • Value: $350 each.
  • The American Express Prizes In Management - Treasury/Finance
  • Awarded on the basis of overall academic performance to the top student graduating with the Diploma in Management (Treasury/ Finance). One award will be available for each of the Spring and Fall convocations, and awarded by the Executive Committee of the School of Continuing Studies.
  • Value: $350 each.
  • Bernard J. Finestone Prizes in General Insurance
  • Established in 1989 in recognition of Mr. Finestone's contribution to insurance studies at McGill. Awarded to the top student who has successfully completed the General Insurance I course and to the top student who has successfully completed the General Insurance II course at the McGill School of Continuing Studies. Awarded by the Executive Committee of the School.
  • Value: $400 each.
  • The Edward C. Webster Prize in English as a Second Language
  • Established in 1989 in memory of E.C. Webster in recognition of his contribution to the School of Continuing Studies as its Director from 1968-1972. This prize is awarded annually to the student obtaining the highest standing in the Certificate of Proficiency in English.
  • Value: $300.
  • Honda Ste-Rose Awards
  • Established in 1990 to be awarded on the basis of overall academic performance to the top student graduating with the Certificate in Human Resources Management. One award will be available for each of the Spring and Fall convocations.
  • Value: $250 each.
  • Jacob Jonker Memorial Prize
  • Established in 2003 by Jonker Navigation Corporation in memory of Jacob Jonker, to recognize the academic performance of the top students graduating with the Diploma in Management (General). Awarded by the Executive Committee of the School of Continuing Studies on the recommendation of the Diploma in Management program committee. One prize will be available for each of the Spring and Fall convocations.
  • Value: minimum $500 each.
  • McGill Associates Prize in Management
  • Awarded annually by the Executive Committee of the School of Continuing Studies to the top student in the Certificate in Management Program in recognition of high academic achievement throughout the program.
  • Value: $300.
  • McGill Associates Prizes in Translation
  • Awarded annually to the student with the best academic record over the entire program in the Certificate in Translation, French to English, and in the Certificate in Translation, English to French.
  • Value: two prizes of $300.
  • The Teleglobe Canada Prize in French as a Second Language
  • Established in 1989, this prize is awarded annually to the student obtaining the highest standing in the Certificate of Proficiency in French.
  • Value: $300.

Students are eligible for awards only in the year they have completed their program.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2012-2013 (last updated Apr. 25, 2012) (disclaimer)