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Awards and Honorary Designations

Awards and Honorary Designations for the Faculty of Management

Honours and First-Class Honours

Honours and First-Class Honours

Graduating students registered in an honours program may be awarded Honours or First-Class Honours under the following conditions:

  • For Honours, the CGPA at graduation must be 3.0 or higher, and a GPA of 3.0 or higher in the specified courses of the program.
  • For First-Class Honours, the CGPA at graduation must be 3.5 or higher, and a GPA of 3.5 or higher in the specified courses of the program.

Students in an honours program whose GPA or CGPA is below 3.0, or who did not satisfy certain additional program requirements, must consult their student adviser to determine whether they are eligible to graduate in a program other than honours.

Distinction

Distinction

For information on the designation of Distinction awarded at graduation, see University Regulations and Resources > Undergraduate > Graduation > Graduation Honours > Distinction.

Dean's Honour List

Dean's Honour List

For information on the designation of Dean’s Honour List awarded at graduation, see University Regulations and Resources > Undergraduate > Graduation > Graduation Honours > Dean's Honour List.

Scholarships, Prizes, and Awards

Scholarships, Prizes, and Awards

Graduation Scholarships, Prizes and Awards

Certain scholarships, based solely on academic and program-related criteria, are automatically granted by the Undergraduate Scholarship Committee to students graduating at the end of the Fall or Winter terms prior to Spring Convocation.

The following scholarships are based on additional criteria, such as leadership and community involvement, and require an application. Graduating students must apply online on the BCom website by the early May deadline: mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/bcom/current-students

  • Jaclyn Fisher Volunteer Leadership Award
  • Stephen S. Goldbloom Memorial Prize

In-Course Scholarships, Prizes and Awards

In-course scholarships are granted to registered students with 27 graded credits in the fall and winter terms or 14 graded credits in one term at McGill. Eligible students are automatically considered by the Undergraduate Scholarships Committee for any award that is based solely on academic or program-related criteria. The following in-course scholarships are based on a combination of academic, volunteer, leadership, and extra-curricular involvement and require an application. Students must apply online on the BCom webpage by the early June deadline: mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/bcom/current-students.

In-course scholarships for students returning for full academic year of studies:

  • Commerce '55 Scholarships
  • Danny and Monica Gold Award for Academic Excellence
  • Donald R. McRobie Award
  • Dr. Alex Paterson Scholarship
  • Great-West Life & London Life Scholarship
  • HSBC Bank Canada Management Awards
  • Laurentian Bank Scholarships
  • Marcel A. Desautels Leadership Scholarship
  • Marion McCall Daly Award
  • Paul-Hervé Desrosiers Scholarship in Entrepreneurial Studies
  • Peter Brojde Scholarship
  • Philippe & Nan-B de Gaspé Beaubien Citizenship Prize (awarded in odd years only)
  • Sheila Wellington BMO Financial Group Awards
  • Shirin Yeganegi Memorial Scholarship

To be awarded a scholarship students must be enrolled full-time in the subsequent fall and winter terms in the BCom program. If they are going on exchange in one of the following terms they must be full-time in the term they are at McGill. Students graduating in the summer or fall term are not eligible for in-course awards but may apply for graduating awards the following spring. Students who do not meet any of the eligibility requirements for a scholarship after it has been granted will have their scholarship revoked. Students who are on a leave of absence in a subsequent term or terms may not retain the award so long as they are not registered at McGill.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last updated Feb. 12, 2021) (disclaimer)
Desautels Faculty of Management—2021-2022 (last updated Feb. 12, 2021) (disclaimer)
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