Engineering

ACDEG Fellowship in Sustainable Engineering

Established in 2016 by David Fung, BEng 1970, MEng 1972, PhD 1979 and Grace Fung, BSc 1971, for outstanding graduate students in the Faculty of Engineering under the guidance of a TISED member.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering on the basis of academic merit.

Value

Varies

Last update: 09 May. 2016


Benedek Graduate Fellowships in Engineering

Established in 2009 by Dr. Andrew Benedek, B.Eng. 1966, D.Sc. 2005 and Dr. Diana Mourato-Benedek, B.Sc. 1981, M.Sc. 1983 and Ph.D. 1990.

Eligibility For outstanding graduate students in the Faculty of Engineering. Funding may be combined with that received by applicants through internal McGill sources or through agencies external to McGill. Preference will be given to students enrolled in doctoral programs. Awarded annually on the basis of high academic merit.

Value

Varies

Bourses de doctorat Hydro-Québec en génie

Established in 2007 by Hydro-Québec. 

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering to outstanding students entering a full-time Doctoral degree program in the Faculty who are residents of Quebec.
 
Value $15,000 each; renewable twice

Bourses de maîtrise Hydro-Québec en génie

Established in 2007 by Hydro-Québec. 

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering to outstanding students entering a full-time Master's degree program in the Faculty who are residents of Quebec.
Value $10,000 each; renewable once

CAE Award in Engineering Excellence

Established in 2002 by CAE Inc. Founded in 1947, CAE is a global leader in the provision of simulation and control technologies and training solutions for aerospace, defence and marine markets.

Eligibility Awarded on the basis of high academic standing by the Faculty of Engineering Scholarships Committee. Preference shall be given to students in graduate studies in either the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering or the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Value Minimum $2,000

Celia and Sue Hendler Memorial Prize

Established in 2011 by Mortimer Hendler, B.Eng. 1949, in memory of his daughters Celia and Susan Hendler.

Eligibility Granted to outstanding graduate students in the Faculty of Engineering. Awarded on the basis of academic merit by the Faculty of Engineering to students pursuing research in the area of sustainability with a preference given to water resources development and management.
Value Varies

Clifford Pang Doctoral Fellowships

Established in 2009 by Clifford Pang, B.Eng. 1965.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering to outstanding doctoral students who have been accepted into a doctoral program in the Faculty of Engineering. Funds may be combined with that received by applicants through external agencies or through McGill sources.
Value Varies

Dr. Robert G.H. Lee Fellowship

Established in 1998 by a generous gift from a McGill graduate of Chemical Engineering (Class of 1959), from Hong Kong, in honour of Dr. Robert G.H. Lee, B. Eng. 1947 (Metallurgical Engineering).

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering  to an entering Postdoctoral, Doctoral or Master's student in either Chemical Engineering or Mining and Materials Engineering.
Value $10,000; renewable once at the Master’s level and twice at the Postdoctoral or Doctoral levels

Last update: 01 Oct. 2013


Dr. Y. Lin-Alexander Fellowships in Engineering

Established in 2009 by YanPing Lin, Ph.D. 1992.

Eligibility For outstanding graduate students who are pursuing engineering research in the Faculty of Engineering. Awarded on the basis of academic merit by the Faculty of Engineering. Funding may be combined with that received by applicants through external agencies or through McGill sources.
Value Varies

Emil Nenniger Memorial Fellowship

Funded by a donation from Mrs. F.S. Nenniger and son, Dr. Emil H. Nenniger, in memory of Emil Nenniger's outstanding contribution to engineering.

Eligibility Awarded annually to graduate students of Chemical and Civil Engineering on the basis of scholastic ability and general promise.
Value Varies

Engineering Class of 1936 Award

Established by graduates of the Engineering Class of 1936, in honour of their 60th reunion in 1996, to enable the Faculty of Engineering to attract high calibre candidates to McGill.

Eligibility Available to students commencing graduate studies in Engineering with a preference to Ph.D. candidates. Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering Scholarships Committee based on recommendations by the Chairs and Directors of Departments and Schools within the Faculty.
Value Minimum $3,000

F.F. Osborne Fellowship in Engineering

Established in 2016 by the Estate of Lucile Casey Morency to fulfill the wish of her late husband, Jean C. Morency, and honour the memory of F.F. Osborne, a former professor of McGill University.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering on the basis of academic merit to graduate students in any program offered by the Faculty.
Value Varies

Last update: 25 Apr. 2016


Geoff Hyland Fellowships in Engineering

Established in 2008 by Geoff Hyland, B.Eng. 1966.

Eligibility For outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research in the Faculty of Engineering. Awarded on the basis of academic merit by the Faculty of Engineering.
Value Varies

Hatch Graduate Fellowships in Engineering

Established in 2008 by Dr. Gerald G. Hatch, B.Eng. 1944, D.Sc. 1990.

Eligibility For outstanding students in the Faculty of Engineering based on academic merit. Awarded annually by the Faculty of Engineering. Funding may be combined with that received by applicants through internal McGill sources or through agencies external to McGill. Preference will be given to students enrolled in doctoral programs, and to students in the Department of Mining and Materials Engineering or in related fields of research.
Value Varies

Heller Family Fellowship in Engineering

Established in 2007 by William Jacob Heller, B.Com. 1978.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering to an outstanding Doctoral student.
Value $10,000

Ian Mclachlin Prizes for Entrepreneurship in Engineering

Established in 1998 by Ian Mclachlin, B.Eng. 1960, to encourage students in the Faculty of Engineering to undertake new ventures with business or social impact potential.

Eligibility Awarded to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering with high academic standing who have begun, have made progress towards, or have completed an entrepreneurial project with business or social impact potential. Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering.
Value Varies

Last update: 05 Dec. 2019


John M. Bishop and family Fellowships for Sustainability in Engineering and Design

Established in 2004 by John M. Bishop, BEng 1947 in memory of his family, for outstanding graduate students in the Trottier Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design (TISED) under the guidance of a TISED member.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering, in consultation with TISED, on the basis of academic merit. Preference will be given to students conducting research focused on reducing our dependency on non-renewable resources.
Value Minimum $5,000; renewable once at the Master's level or twice at the Doctoral level

Last update: 14 Feb. 2017


John Bonsall Porter Scholarship

Founded by Dr. W.W. Colpitts (B.Sc. 1899).

Eligibility Open to fulltime graduate students currently registered in an M.Eng. in Civil, Mechanical, or Electrical Engineering, preferably in Civil Engineering.
Value Varies

Joseph S. Stauffer Fellowship

Established in 1992 by a gift from the Joseph S. Stauffer Foundation to the Faculty of Engineering.

Eligibility Awarded to students commencing graduate studies in Engineering with preference to Ph.D. candidates. Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering Fellowships Committee, based on the recommendations of Chairs and Directors of academic units in the Faculty.
Value $5,000. In the event that the fellowship is awarded to an international student, the value may be increased to a maximum of $10,000; renewable.

Kindarto Kohar Fellowship

Established in 2017 by Kindarto Kohar, BEng 1978.

Eligibility For one or more outstanding graduate students entering or enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering. Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering on the basis of academic merit.

Value

Varies

Last update: 11 Aug. 2017


Lars and Alberta Firing Graduate Fellowships in Engineering

Established in 2006 by the late Lars Firing for outstanding graduate students in the Faculty of Engineering.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering to students accepted into a graduate degree program, preferably at the Doctoral level, in the Faculty of Engineering. Preference will be given to students enrolled in the Department of Chemical Engineering, and also to students pursuing research in any of the following fields: Bioengineering, including Biomedical Engineering; Environmental Engineering; Sustainable Development in Natural Resources; Alternative/Sustainable/Renewable Energy; Transportation Engineering and Pharmaceutical Chemical Engineering. Funding may be combined with that received by applicants through agencies external to McGill or through internal McGill sources.
 
Value $25,000; paid out over two years, provided the holder maintains satisfactory progress

Les Vadasz Award in Engineering

The Les Vadasz Award in Engineering was established in 2011 with a gift from Heather Munroe-Blum and Leonard S. Blum.

Eligibility Awarded annually by the Faculty of Engineering, to a student based on high academic standing with a preference given to an interest in, and contribution towards, engineering sustainability and/or design. All students are eligible for the award, which has a total value of $1,000.
Value $1,000

Last update: 12 March 2012


Leon and Suzanne Fattal Graduate Fellowships in Engineering

Established in 2007 by Leon Fattal, B.Eng. 1962, and Suzanne Fattal.

Eligibility Awarded annually by the Faculty of Engineering to recruit outstanding students into the Faculty’s graduate degree programs. Preference to Doctoral Students.
Value Varies; may be awarded as a full fellowship or as a partial fellowship when combined with funding from other sources

Lorne Trottier Engineering Graduate Fellowships

Established in 2006 by Lorne Trottier, B.Eng. 1970, M.Eng. 1973, D.Sc. 2006. Awarded annually by the Faculty of Engineering to recruit outstanding students into the Faculty's graduate degree programs. Funding may be combined with that received by applicants through internal McGill sources or through agencies external to McGill.

Eligibility The Lorne Trottier Engineering Graduate Fellowships are for new students accepted into a graduate research program within the Faculty of Engineering. Preference will be given to doctoral students. 
Value $15,000; paid during the first year of study
Application Awardees are selected by the Faculty of Engineering. Applicants submit their applications for financial aid with their application for admission.

Louis C. Ho Fellowships in Engineering

Established in 2011 by Louis C. Ho, B.Eng. 1961.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering to outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research in the Faculty of Engineering on the basis of academic merit.
Value Varies

Mike Zahn Fellowship

Established in 2015 by Dorothy Li in memory of her brother, Michael Leonard Zahn, MEng 1989, for one or more graduate students in the Trottier Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design (TISED) under the guidance of a TISED member.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering on the basis of academic merit.
Value Varies

Last update: 15 June 2015


Nick and Judy Kauser Family Graduate TISED Fellowship

Established in 2014 by Nicolas Kauser, B.Eng 1963, and Judy Kauser, for outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research in the Trottier Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design (TISED).

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering on the basis of academic merit.
Value Varies

Last update: 05 Dec. 2014


Nuggihalli Fellowship

Established In 2019 by Nuggihaili Shyamprasad, MEng 1979, for outstanding graduate students engaged in research directed toward the development of medical devices that improve the day to day life of patients.

Eligibility Awarded annually by the Faculty of Engineering on the basis of academic merit to one outstanding graduate student enrolled in the Faculty.
Value Varies

Last update: 03 Oct. 2019


Redwood Graduate TISED Fellowship

Established in 2014 by Feng Lu, MEng 1990, in memory of Professor Emeritus Richard Redwood, for outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research in the Trottier Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design (TISED).

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering on the basis of academic merit with a preference given to students in Civil Engineering.
Value Varies

Last update: 05 Dec. 2014


Roger Boudreault Fellowships in Engineering

Established in 2010 by Roger Boudreault, B.Eng. 1960, for outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research in the Faculty of Engineering.

Eligibility Awarded on the basis of academic merit by the Faculty of Engineering.
Value Varies

Ron Rice Memorial Award

Established by family, friends, associates, students and graduates to honour the memory of Professor Ron Rice of the School of Urban Planning and the Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, who passed away on August 20th, 2000.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering to a student pursuing graduate studies in the field of Transportation Planning and/or Engineering, based on academic merit.
Value $1,000

Last update: 02 Oct. 2013


SAG Conference Award Foundation Fellowship

Established in 2018 by the SAG Conference Award Foundation, for one or more outstanding graduate students in the Faculty of Engineering.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering on the basis of academic merit to graduate students who are enrolled in any Engineering program. Preference is given to students who are conducting research related to comminution and/or energy-efficient minerals processing.
Value Varies. May be renewable.

Last update: 09 Sep. 2020


SR Telecom Awards

Established in 1997 through a generous gift from SR Telecom, Inc.

Eligibility The awards will be presented each year to enhance major fellowships for students in Engineering and Computer Science.
Value Minimum $4,000 each

The John Adjeleian Graduate Fellowships in Engineering

Established in 2008 with a generous gift from Elizabeth (Oulousian) Adjeleian, B.A. 1954 and family, in memory of John Adjeleian, B.Eng. 1952. John was a highly respected and accomplished professor and teacher of Engineering at Carleton University. He was one of the leading structural engineers in Canada. He maintained a close association with McGill through teaching and research collaboration.

Eligibility Awarded annually by the Faculty of Engineering to outstanding graduate students in the Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics and the School of Architecture. Preference will be given to students conducting research in structural engineering and/or architecture, and the fellowships will be awarded annually in alternate years to students in the Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics and the School of Architecture.
Value Varies

The Rio Tinto-Richard Evans Graduate Fellowships

Established in 2009 by Rio Tinto Limited in honour of Richard Evans, formerly President of Rio Tinto Alcan Inc.

Eligibility To be awarded to outstanding Master's and Doctoral students in the Faculty of Engineering and in the Desautels Faculty of Management. The fellowships are open to all Masters' Students studying in any engineering program or management degree program that may be applicable to the mining and metals industry and to Ph.D. students pursuing studies directly related to mining and metallurgy, including industrial operations, environmental and mechanical engineering, materials sciences, operations and technology management, and sustainable development

Value

Varies. No individual Fellowship should exceed CAD$20,000.

The Shahbaz Mavaddat Fellowships

Established in 2011 by Esther Varkay, B.Sc.(Arch.) 1984, B.Arch. 1986, for outstanding master’s or doctoral students form Southern Europe and Central Asia who are pursuing research in the Faculty of Engineering.

Eligibility Awarded on the basis of academic merit by the Faculty of Engineering with a preference for female students from Southern Europe and Central Asia (SECA region).
Value Varies

The Stotland Family Isead Fellowships

Established in 2010 by Howard Stotland, for outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research related to the Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design (ISEAD) in the Faculty of Engineering.

Eligibility Awarded on the basis of academic merit by the Faculty of Engineering.
Value Varies

The William George and Norma De Belle Memorial Award

Established in 2011 through the generous bequest of Gail de Belle, B.A. 1963, M.A. 1966.

Eligibility Offered to one or more outstanding Canadian female graduate students enrolled in a graduate research program in the Faculty of Engineering. Awarded on the basis of academic merit by the Faculty of Engineering.
Value Varies

Thomas and Penelope Deirdre Szirtes Fellowships in Engineering

Established in 2019 through the generous bequest of Thomas Szirtes, MEng 1960, PhD 1982.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering on the basis of academic merit to graduate students entering or enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering in any program.
Value Varies

Last update: 09 Sep. 2020


Total Isead Fellowships

Eligibility Established in 2010 by Total E&P Canada Ltd, for outstanding Master’s and Ph.D. students who are pursuing research in the Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design (ISEAD), in the Faculty of Engineering. Awarded on the basis of academic merit by the Faculty of Engineering.
Value Varies

Uma and Mahesh Sharma Graduate TISED Fellowship

Established in 2014 by Mahesh Sharma, Dip Eng 1968, MEng 1972, Dip Man 1974, MBA 1976, in loving memory of his wife, Uma, who with her children, Sandhya and Swati, perished tragically in the bombing of Air India Flight 182. The Uma and Mahesh Sharma Graduate TISED Fellowship was established to recognize outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research in a strategic area of the Trottier Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design (TISED) under the guidance of a TISED member.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering on the basis of academic merit. Preference will be given to students in Mechanical Engineering.
Value Varies

Last update: 05 Dec. 2014


Vadasz Scholar Doctoral Fellowships

Established in 2006 by the Vadasz Family Foundation to recruit outstanding students into the Faculty of Engineering's doctoral degree program.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering to outstanding students accepted into a doctoral degree program in the Faculty of Engineering at McGill University, with preference to Canadian citizens or permanent residents. Funding may be combined with that received by applicants through agencies external to McGill or through internal McGill sources.
Value Varies; may be renewable up to three additional years, provided the holder maintains satisfactory progress.

Last update: 03 Oct. 2019


Werner Graupe International Fellowships in Engineering

Established in 1999 by a generous gift from the late Werner Graupe and the Antje Graupe Pryor Foundation.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering  to an international student from a university in the European Union, enrolling in a Master's or Ph.D. program in Engineering at McGill. Preference is given to students from German and French universities, particularly Technische Universitat Berlin. Students in Chemical and Civil Engineering are not eligible.
Value $25,000; renewable once at the Master's level and twice at the Doctoral level

Last update: 02 Oct. 2013


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