The McCall MacBain Foundation (MMF) was founded in 2007 and since then has been committed to improving the welfare of humanity through focused grants in education, health, and the environment.
Initially, the MMF operated on a regional-based approach, with a strategy to develop and encourage best practices and policies in multiple areas related to improving the human condition, with a strong emphasis on improving maternal health, adult literacy, and reducing risks associated with climate change.
- Applicant must be a graduate student, undergraduate students can not apply.
- All eligible applicants will be considered for the scholarship, regardless of which college is stated as a student’s preference on the graduate application form. This means a student’s previous college and the official transcripts needed.
- Only one full scholarship is available.
- Only students who are applying to any full-time or part-time DPhil program of study can apply. Individuals who are studying Health and Environment.
- Applicant must have completed at least one degree at McGill by August 2022.
This scholarship is only tenable at Kellogg College, a student can not transfer to another institution and expect to keep the scholarship. If a student has applied to a separate college that is not Kellogg College, they will not be able to use this scholarship.
Students will be selected on the basis of their character, community leadership, and academic excellence and will have their awards renewed on the basis of the same.
How to Apply
Students will need to register via online with the link that is provided. Afterward, every Student must apply to a graduate course offered by Wadham College at Oxford by Oxford’s January 2023 deadline.
Applicants will need to apply to the University by the relevant January 2023 deadline. Those wishing to be considered need not name Wadham as their first-choice college when applying for the course; the recipient of the scholarship will be admitted to Wadham and provided with graduate student accommodation in one of the College’s residences for the duration of their program on condition that they complete the financial declaration process by the end of July 2023.
However, eligible applicants to the University will be contacted by the College in February or March 2022 with details of the John McCall MacBain Graduate Scholarship application process and invited to register on the scholarship website if they wish to be considered for the award.
The scholarship covers course fees and provides a grant for living costs. Awards are made for the full duration of a single student’s fees and liability for the agreed course. Plus a stipend in line with that offered by the equivalent UK research council (estimated £15,840 in 2022-23). The scholarship would however not normally exceed £50,000 per total.
Once applicants have received confirmation from the University of the outcome of their application; award of the scholarship will be conditional on the applicant having received an offer of a place from the relevant department or faculty.
The deadline is January 2023, the 2022 school year is officially closed to applications. Students will have to wait until 2023 to apply for the new year.
This is an annual scholarship that is awarded only once a year to one student.