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Paul Cadario Fellowship in Global Affairs

  • Established by Paul Cadario
  • Awarded to an incoming Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student based on financial need and academic merit

Paul Cadario Scholarships in Public Policy

  • Established by Paul Cadario and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF)
  • Awarded to a graduate student(s) enrolled in the Master of Public Policy (MPP) Program

Cancer Care Ontario Scholarship in Public Health Policy and Governance

  • Established by Cancer Care Ontario and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF)
  • Awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the Master of Public Policy (MPP) Program

 Helene and George Coward Master of Public Policy (MPP) Fellowship

  • Established through the Estate of Kenneth Coward in memory of his deceased parents, Helene and George Coward
  • Awarded based on academic merit to incoming and second-year students in the Master of Public Policy (MPP) Program, with a focus on public administration and governance

David Goldberg Fellowship

  • Established by Gary and Martin Goldberg in memory of their father, David Goldberg
  • Awarded to one or two incoming Master of Global Affairs (MGA) students per year

Jonathan Hausman Fellowship

  • Established by Jonathan Hausman
  • Awarded to incoming Master of Global Affairs (MGA) students who have completed a business (B.Com.) or law degree (LLB or JD), or is undertaking a joint law degree or business degree with the MGA. Award will be made based on academic merit

George B. Kepes MGA Leadership Award

  • Established by MGA graduate, David Kepes (2013), and his father, Robert Kepes to honour their grandfather and father
  • Awarded to an outstanding Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student completing their second year of study in the program. The award will be made to those who have made meaningful contributions to student life and extra-curricular activities at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. The recipient will be selected by the Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy in consultation with members of the School
Peter Mansbridge Gold Medal at the Munk School of Global Affairs
  • Established by friends of Peter Mansbridge on July1, 2017, Canada’s 150th anniversary, in honour of his 29 years as editor-in-chief and anchor of CBC’s The National, and to recognize Peter’s extraordinary accomplishments as a journalist and broadcaster, and his passionate commitment to Canada
  • Awarded to the student with the highest academic standing in the Master of Global Affairs (MGA) Program

Master of Public Policy Award

  • Established by the Faculty of Arts and Science
  • Awarded to graduate students enrolled in the Master of Public Policy in Planning (MPP) program. Academic merit and financial need will be considered

Master of Public Policy (MPP) Fellowships

  • Established by the School of Public Policy & Governance.
  • Awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the Master of Public Policy (MPP) Program.

Richard and Wanda O'Hagan Scholarships

  • Established by Peter O'Hagan
  • Awarded to an incoming Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student on the basis of academic merit and financial need

Dr. James Orbinski Fellowship in Global Affairs

  • Established by the Faculty of Arts and Science, Department of Political Science, School of Graduate Studies and Provost Office
  • Awarded to an incoming student in the Master of Global Affairs (MGA) program on the basis of academic merit. Financial need will also be considered

The Power Corporation of Canada MGA Scholarship

  • Established by the Power Corporation of Canada
  • Awarded to an incoming Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student, based on academic merit and financial need

Rotman Family MBA-MGA Scholarship in Memory of Peter Munk

  • Established by the Rotman Family
  • Awarded to a Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student enrolled in the MBA/MGA joint program, and awarded based on academic merit

Janice Stein Leadership Award

  • Established by friends and colleagues of Janice Stein, inaugural Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs
  • Awarded to a graduating Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student who demonstrated strong leadership during their studies. Prize recipient is selected by the Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy in consultation with members of the School