The McGill Global Health Programs Office has recently launched the second call for applications for currently enrolled McGill graduate students (Masters and Doctoral) engaged in global health research projects regardless of their home faculty. As your research groups have members working on various aspects of global health, we invite you to encourage your students to apply for this exciting opportunity.

Eligible projects involve international travel or travel to Northern Canada. Students will receive up to $3,000 which can cover travel costs, dissemination costs, and a small stipend.

Funding will support graduate students conducting research in a low or middle income country or in Northern Canada. The research submitted for funding consideration must be related to the student’s thesis or graduation requirements and must be conducted under the supervision of a McGill faculty member. During the 2018-19 academic year, the Global Health Grads will benefit from a series of global health workshops and trainings organized by GHP.


More information | Application form

Deadline February 17, 2019 11:59PM ET

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Office.

The McGill Global Health Programs Team

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