Bursary holders are also entitled to the reduced conference registration fee.
For information on e-billing, please consult the Student Accounts website.
Students who have requested and been granted an admission deferral and attend in the winter semester of the application year may have one half of their entrance bursary offer deferred for the winter semester.
All funded students will have to provide an overview of their funding.
Applicants will have to explain why they are requesting a bursary, along with itemised costs and a statement of other sources of funding for which they have applied.
Entrance bursaries range in value and award amounts are determined by: While these awards are not automatically renewed in the second and subsequent years of study, students may continue to receive assistance through our In-Course Financial Aid Program.
We offer a limited number of entrance bursaries which are renewable and tenable until completion of an undergraduate degree (up to a maximum of four years) provided the criteria for renewal are met (financial need and academic standing).
You should not be concerned if your initial e-bill does not reflect your award.
When you receive a notification at your Mc Gill email that your e-bill is ready, you should deduct the appropriate amount (if not already considered) and pay the balance.
Entrance bursaries are credited to your student fee account in two equal instalments at the start of the fall and winter terms.
For loans, the full value will be deposited to your student fee account, if/when accepted.