McGill, Concordia offer awards for out-of-province students to offset tuition increase


Both McGill University and Concordia University have created new awards for out-of-province students in order to offset the upcoming provincial tuition increase, which comes into force this fall. McGill will launch the Canada Award, valued at $3K, for incoming out-of-province undergraduate students in select programs; the award is guaranteed for up to four years. Concordia will offer the Canada Scholars Award to out-of-province students; the value of the award will range from $1.5K to $4K, dependent on the student’s admissions average, and will last the duration of the student’s degree.

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