McGill University

National Deadline: September 2024

McCall MacBain Scholarship Webinars


The McCall MacBain Scholarship is a full or partial scholarship covering tuition and fees for the full normal duration of an eligible master’s or professional program (150+ options) at McGill University, a one-time relocation grant to Montreal, a living stipend of $2,000 CAD per month during academic terms, mentorship, and a leadership development curriculum.

Applicants who are selected for finalist interviews are eligible for either the full scholarship or a one-time finalist award equivalent to just over a year’s worth of program tuition ($10K for Canadians, $20K for international students).

McCall MacBain will award 20 full scholarships to Canadian citizens and 10 full scholarships to U.S. citizens/other international students. McCall MacBain will award 30 partial scholarships to Canadian citizens and 25 partial scholarships to U.S. citizens/other international students.

Eligibility and Selection Criteria

Note: Candidates must be nominated by LMU. Students interested in applying should contact Lindsay Anderson, Fellowships Advisor at   

Campus Nomination Process

  • Email by September 1, 2023 to confirm you are applying.
  • ONIF will access your application materials through the online application portal and will use this information when considering your nomination. 
  • As an institution, LMU may nominate up to 3 U.S. students/international students (non-Canadian citizens). There is no cap on nominations for Canadian citizens. 

For official information on the McCall MacBain Scholarship, which supersedes any information provided here, please visit: 

LMU Recipients


Application advice