Competition for entrance scholarships is intense at McGill.
The table below provides estimated scholarship minima by admit type for the upcoming fall term, for consideration only. Depending on available scholarship funds and the number of applicants, the minima may be lower or higher. This table is for reference purposes only.
You are not guaranteed a scholarship even if you meet the standards listed.
Scholarship decisions are made during the admission process and are based on academic information available at that time. There is no reconsideration of additional or final results.
|Academic background||Minimum academic performance for consideration for all entrance scholarships|
|Quebec CEGEP||MINIMUM 36.50 overall cote de rendement au collégial (CRC)|
|Canadian High School (outside Quebec and Ontario)||MINIMUM 95% average on all academic grade 12 and grade 11 level courses and/or rank in top 1-2% of class|
|Ontario High School||MINIMUM 95% overall average on all 3U, 3M, 4U and 4M courses and/or rank in top 1-2% of class|
|United States High School||MINIMUM A, 3.9-4.0/4.00, or equivalent unweighted average over last two years of full-time studies, and a minimum score of 730 in each SAT I test and 700 in each SAT II test or minimum composite score of 33 in the ACT test and/or rank in top 1-2% of class.|
|Overseas High School||MINIMUM A average (approximately 96.0% or equivalent) over last two years of full-time study|
|Advanced Levels|| |
MINIMUM of 4 A-Level/CAPE/Pre-U subjects with predicted or final grades of A*A*AA (or equivalent), plus AS (if written) and GCSE/IGCSE/O-Level results also with high results.Exception: MINIMUM of AAAA on predicted or final results when the Exam Board does not award the grade of A* (Caribbean CAPE, Scottish Advanced/Highers, Singapore A-Levels).
|International Baccalaureate||41 subject points (not including bonus points) on predicted or final grades|
|French Baccalaureate||MINIMUM overall average of 17, with minimum score of 14 in each course|
Note 1: when class rank is available, it should be provided. Rank in the top 1 - 2% is expected.
Note 2: Concurrent IB: For applicants at high schools in Canada or the United States who are completing a high school diploma concurrently with an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, the review for admission and scholarship is normally based on high school grades. Predicted IB results are taken into additional consideration on a case-by-case basis.