McMaster Entrance Awards
McMaster's Entrance Awards are provided exclusively
for students qualifying for admission to Level I of a first
undergraduate baccalaureate degree in a full time program in
the Fall/Winter session.
No application is required. McMaster Entrance Awards are assessed automatically
if your final
admission average to your program is above 80%.
Find the facts and forms you need to finance your education at http://sfas.mcmaster.ca/facts_forms.html
High school students
Find the answers to your financial aid questions at
Student Loans & Bursaries
Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
The Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships administers the Ontario
Student Assistance Program (OSAP) on behalf of the Ministry of Training, Colleges
and Universities (MTCU). For more information about OSAP on-line at http://sfas.mcmaster.ca/osap.html
McMaster Bursary Programs
A bursary is a non-repayable grant, not a loan and is intended to assist with education-related costs. McMaster provides bursary assistance to students who demonstrate financial need. McMaster's Bursaries are listed in the Undergraduate Calendar according to Faculty.
McMaster In-Course Awards
McMaster recognizes the achievements of all undergraduate in-course students,
including international students, throughout their University
studies with In-Course, Travel and Community Contribution Awards. Some require an application, but the majority of awards are determined on the basis
of grades only and require no application.
Calendar lists awards for current (in-course) engineering
students according to category (automatic vs. application).
Established in 2008 by Hatch Ltd.
Value: $48,000 each ($12,000 per year)
DEADLINE: March 28, 2013
The Hatch Scholarship is awarded
based on academic achievement, community contribution and leadership experience. Four
(4) Hatch Entrance Scholarships to be awarded annually to
undergraduate students entering the Faculty of Engineering,
Renewable for three years at the same value provided
the student remains full-time and achieves a minimum sessional average
of 9.5 with no failures.
Eligibility & Selection Criteria
The Hatch Entrance Scholarships are
provided exclusively for students qualifying for admission
to an Engineering 1 program
as full-time students who meet the Award Terms & Conditions.
All students (including international/visa,
CEGEP and IB) who have graduated from, or are currently attending,
the final year of secondary school in Canada are eligible.
More details in the terms and conditions document below.
HATCH: Award Terms & Conditions
HATCH 2013 Application:
Interactive version (PDF - 2Mb)
Print-only version (PDF - 74Kb)
SHAD Valley Entrance Award
DEADLINE: March 28, 2013
Five (5) scholarships, valued at $1,000 each, are available to outstanding
Shad Valley Alumni who are entering first year of an undergraduate
degree program in McMaster's Faculty of Engineering, directly from high
will be based on academic achievement (minimum admission average of 88%
required). These scholarships are in addition to any other scholarships
the student may receive from the Faculty of Engineering or McMaster
Applicants must have completed the Shad Program at the time of application.
Download SHAD Award Application
LEAP & Venture,our summer youth programs are now offering NEW scholarships for girls (grades 1-8 & grades 9-12). See more details here.