Graduate Funding

Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies-Graduate Funding is responsible for the awarding and processing of many fellowships in support of McGill’s graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.

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Funding Opportunities

Graduate Funding administers many merit-based fellowships. These are available through competition and require you to complete and submit an application.  

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Maximize My Chances

Find the key to successful funding applications. Attend one or more of our many writing workshops and funding information sessions (in-person and webinars).

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Highlights & Achievements

McGill's students and postdocs are a distinguished, global community of scholars who have been recognized for their innovative research.

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Getting Paid 

Wondering how to activate/maintain your fellowship? Read your Award Holders Guide, and find what forms are required, where they should be submitted.

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McGill Financial Aid

The Scholarships & Student Aid Office administers an In-Course Financial Aid Program providing modest amount of loans and bursaries for current graduate students in need of supplemental financial assistance.

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Fellowships & Awards Calendar

Many fellowships are offered through your Academic Unit and/or Faculty, and most do not require an application.      

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Faculty and Staff Only

Faculty and staff? Find everything you need to help McGill's best and brightest get funded as well as information on available workshops and webinars.

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