Application deadline: May 1st, each year.
Before you begin, prepare your application – Familiarize yourself with the required information and supporting documentation below before completing the online application form.
- Prepare an updated CV and a budget in a single Word or PDF file. Include your projected expenses, along with incomes and their sources (including personal sources of income).
To make it easier for the committee to sort candidate files, please name your CV and budget file with your first and last name, the current year, and the words "grad_scholarships" (example Jane_Doe_2014_Grad_scholarships.doc).
- Write down a Statement of proposed program of study (150 words) and a Statement of educational and career objectives (150 words) beforehand (you will paste them directly into the webform's fields).
- Write down short paragraphs of your relevant work experience (200 words) and relevant extra-curricular activities (200 words).
- Identify the two respondents who will email us a letter of reference supporting your application to these scholarships.
To qualify, these letters of support (attached as a PDF file) must be emailed by your respondents from their institutional / corporate / organizational email addresses to prizes.law [at] mcgill.ca. The subject line of the email must be REFERENCE LETTER FOR [LASTNAME, FIRSTNAME].
This form can be saved as a draft, so you can come back at a later time to continue filling it out. It is comprised of 6 sections.
Before you submit, please review your application carefully (always use the back and next buttons to navigate from section to section.)
You will receive a copy of your application by email once you have submitted the form.