These opportunities are available to students who are looking for financial support for their global health-related projects. They are not managed by the McGill Global Health Programs office. Should you have any questions regarding any of these opportunities, please contact the managing unit directly. Please note this list is not meant to be exhaustive.
Funding Opportunities External to GHP
NCD Research Grants for Graduate Students
The GNCDA NCD Research Grants are designed to support graduate students living in or interested in working with resource-limited communities, who wish to conduct a research project on noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) in their community or in underserved populations elsewhere.
The funding provided for this competitive grant is CAD$3,000. Applicants need to submit a scientific project which can be accomplished in one (1) year. The proposal should demonstrate how this research will add to current evidence on NCD control, which includes healthcare access and delivery for people living with NCDs. The proposal should be feasible given the funds provided, justified by its potential impact in the community and demonstrate clear and realistic outcome measures with an effective dissemination plan.
The McBurney Fellowship Program
The McBurney Fellowship Program provides support to students who plan to travel to Latin America in order to participate in a program or project that improves the health status and/or social conditions of marginalized populations in Latin America. Students must be registered toward a degree program as a full time graduate or undergraduate student at McGill at the time of their fellowship. For more information and to apply please visit the fellowship website.
McGill Graduate Mobility Award
The Graduate Mobility Award encourages graduate students to study and conduct research abroad as part of their McGill degree program by defraying part of the cost of the international experience. Available funding is up to $1,500 per month (prorated), up to 8 months.
Enriched Educational Opportunities
Enriched Educational Opportunities (EEOs) are high-quality off-campus mobility or other experiential opportunities and are officially recognized by your Faculty. They foster self-development and help students transition successfully to the workplace or graduate studies.
McGill Abroad Funding opportunities listing
You can view additional options on the McGill Abroad website