Student Funding Opportunities
McEwen Family Internships Office Funding
Traditionally, students enrolled in FAES 200 or 300 have been able to apply for up to $2000 to cover direct costs associated with the internships (such as transportation, lodging and supplies). The funding is not a replacement for wages, but rather is intended to offset expenses associated with participating in a summer internship.
Enriched Educational Opportunities (EEOs): Need-based Bursary (flier)
The University has provided our office with special funding to pilot a need-based EEO Bursary Program. The program will help undergraduate students with the additional costs associated with these extra opportunities. Bursaries are non-repayable forms of financial assistance based on demonstrated financial need.
Social Equity Undergraduate Research Awards (SEURA)
The Social Equity and Diversity Education (SEDE) Office, in collaboration with the Faculty of Arts Internship Office (ARIA) and with the Science Undergraduate Research Awards (SURA) office aim to provide equity training and research opportunities for undergraduate students, by allocating funds for them to conduct research involving strong components pertaining to equity, diversity, and social justice, full-time, during summer. You are eligible if you are enrolled in an undergraduate program in the Faculty of Arts or in the Faculty of Science (B.A., B.Sc., or B.A. & Sc.), returning to McGill in Fall 2018, and your work shows a commitment to an equity, diversity, or social justice issue.
External Scholarships - There are a variety of external scholarships that may help to fund your academic pursuits.