McCall MacBain Scholarships:
The McCall MacBain Scholarship is a full graduate scholarship that will provide students with the mentorship, interdisciplinary learning, and global community they need to accelerate their impact on the world.
McCall MacBain Scholarships at McGill is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations.
Masters Degrees MA (Arts), MArch (Architecture), MATL (Arts in Teaching and Learning), MBA (Business Administration), MEd (Education), MEng (Engineering), MISt (Information Studies), MM (Management), MMus (Music), MPP (Public Policy), MSc (Science), MScA (Science, Applied), MScAPT (Science, Applied in Physical Therapy), MScAOT (Science, Applied in Occupational Therapy), MSW (Social Work), MUP (Urban Planning), LLM (Law), STM (Sacred Theology).
To apply in 2021, you must meet the following criteria:
- You have Canadian citizenship, permanent residency, or refugee status in Canada.
- You have a bachelor’s degree, or are on track to graduate before August 2022.
- You’re interested in applying for Fall 2022 admission to an eligible full-time master’s or professional program at McGill University
Two applications are required:
- The McCall MacBain Scholarship application will be open from June to September 2021 for those planning to start a program in Fall 2022.
- You must also apply directly to McGill for at least one eligible full-time master’s or professional program for Summer/Fall 2022 admission. You’ll need to apply by the program deadline or by mid-December 2021 at the latest if you are selected for final interviews.
Program admission timelines and requirements vary, so please research the ones that interest you. McCall MacBain Scholarship applicants must apply by the program deadline or by mid-December 2021 at the latest if selected for final interviews.
McGill admissions generally open in September for the following Fall semester. Visit the McGill Graduate Admissions website for more information.