The McGill Engineering Undergraduate Student Masters Award (MEUSMA) is open to those graduated from a McGill Engineering undergraduate program with a CGPA of 3.5 or higher and wish to enter directly into a Research Master’s program within the Faculty. Both domestic and international students are eligible to apply.
The McGill Engineering Undergraduate Student Masters Award (MEUSMA) provides multi-year graduate funding to McGill Engineering Undergraduate students who wish to enter directly into a Research Master’s program within the Faculty. Eligible students will be nominated for this award by a Faculty of Engineering professor with the support of the Department or School.
For domestic students, this award is in the amount of $24,000 each year for two years, a total value of $48,000. The international package includes a supplement to offset international tuition and is approximately valued at $37,000 each year for two years, a total value of $74,000.
Level and Area of Studies
Master’s degree in engineering field.
Place of study
At McGill University in Canada.
Eligibility and Requirement
- Graduated from a McGill Engineering undergraduate program with a CGPA of 3.5 or higher
- Participated in the Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering Program (SURE), an internal Faculty of Engineering Research Traineeship with a McGill Engineering professor, or completed one of the following Dept./School specific research courses: BIEN 471, CHEE 494, CHEE 495, CHEE 496, CIVE 470, ECSE 498, ECSE 499, MECH 403, MIME 410, MIME 484.
- Be admitted to a Master’s program within the Faculty of Engineering directly from a McGill Engineering Undergraduate degree
Please see the detail instruction at the link below for the McGill Engineering Undergraduate Student Masters Award.
Available in Fall & Winter every year.