Open to students in all disciplines. If you are applying for a Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS) but are not currently enrolled in your intended graduate program at the Schulich School of Music, you must also:
- submit your application for admission to McGill University by December 1, 2018.
- Submit a completed recorded audition by December 1st, 2018 if you are applying to a Performance program.
Funding amount: $17,500.
Duration: 12 months, non-renewable.
Consult McGill's Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website for eligiblity requirements and application details.
Requirements Specific to the Schulich School of Music
Ensure that McGill University is indicated as one of the proposed host organizations with correct Faculty (Schulich School of Music) and Department/Division (either Performance or Music Research).
Submit your complete application, printed from the Research Portal, to the Music Graduate Studies Office (Elizabeth Wirth Music Building, 7th Floor) by December 1st before 4:00pm. Include a copy of your uploaded research proposal and a copy of your Canadian Common CV.
Current McGill undergraduate performance students: If you have a December recital (on or before December 15th), you can submit a recording of that recital in support of your CGS application.
It is very important to upload official transcripts (including transfer credits) to the Research Portal. This includes McGill transcripts for new students even though no grades are posted. If you upload the wrong documents or if there is a missing or unofficial transcript, your file will be automatically disqualified. An official transcript is one that comes directly from the institution by mail (not printed from your computer or from your student file).
Questions about the CGS Master's Competition should be addressed to Helene Drouin (tel: 514-398-4469, email: helene.drouin [at] mcgill.ca).