McGill Engineering Undergraduate Student Masters Award
The McGill Engineering Undergraduate Student Masters Award (MEUSMA) provides multi-year graduate funding to McGill Engineering Undergraduate students who are accepted to enter directly into a Research (thesis-based) Master’s program within the Faculty. Eligible students are nominated for this award by a Faculty of Engineering professor with the support of the Department or School.
Nominated students must meet the following criteria:
- Graduated from a McGill Engineering undergraduate program with a CGPA of 3.5 or higher
- Have participated in the Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering Program (SURE), an internal Faculty of Engineering Research Traineeship with a McGill Engineering professor or completed one of the following research courses: BIEN 471, CHEE 494, CHEE 495, CHEE 496, CIVE 470, ECSE 498, ECSE 499, MECH 403, MIME 410, MIME 484.
- Be admitted to a thesis-based Master’s program within the Faculty of Engineering directly from a McGill Engineering Undergraduate degree
Please note that in order to be nominated for this award, students must:
- meet the above listed criteria
- be nominated by an Engineering professor in their department, with the support of their Department or School; it is recommended that students meet with a professor in their department to discuss MEUSMA funding and their nomination.
For international applicants, the program must begin in the Fall term (there are no International MEUSMAs available in the Winter term)
For domestic students, this award is valued at a minimum of $17,500 per year for two years. The international package includes a supplement to offset international tuition and is valued at approximately $30,500 per year for two years.