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McGill International Experience Awards

 International Experience Awards

Expanding horizons through international learning opportunities

The McGill International Experience Awards (MIEA) were established in 2013 through a donation by Joseph Schull and Anna Yang. The MIEA includes the Schull Yang International Experience Award and other awards supported by other donors and matched by Joseph Schull and Anna Yang.

The MIEA provides students with the opportunity to study abroad. Students are able to participate in academic activities that can range in length from one semester to a full academic year, including internships and field research trips, and courses abroad.

The MIEA benefit students in the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Law, and all other faculties through the Office of the Deputy Provost (Student Life and Learning). Each faculty administers its own awards; we encourage you to browse through the website and discover the different opportunities available.

Opportunities for Law students include

1. Elizabeth L. Thomson International Experience Award

Established by Elizabeth L. Thomson, LLB’74, BCL’75, for BCL/JD students to gain practical experience during their studies and broaden their horizons by undertaking an international internship in Hong Kong.

2. The David W. Binet Student International Award

Established by David W. Binet, LLB'85, in 2014, this award supports extended international study and research projects, normally of a duration of between one semester and an academic year, such as an exchange abroad, or an internship abroad as part of a Major option (WRIT 300D1/D2). This fund is only for emergency aid for students abroad and is disbursed by the Student Affairs Office. If you are in need of funds and have exhausted all other resources, please write to the SAO.

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