Scholarships

Scholarships for Students

A wide selection of awards for academic excellence is available specifically for students registered in Materials Science and Engineering or Materials Science programmes. These are in addition to a generous awards programme available to all students with high academic standing. The Department is responsible for nominating students.

The Air Liquide Canada Inc. Scholarship
Established in 1999 by Air Liquide Canada. Two scholarships to be awarded to students in Level 2 or 3 in either Chemical Eng., Materials Science & Engineering and/or Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, who in the judgement of the Faculty of Engineering, have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. The recipients must attain a minimum Sessional Average of 9.5 at the most recent Fall/Winter session.
Value: $1000 each

The Denton Coates Memorial Scholarship

THE DENTON COATES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (E, S)
Established in 1982 in memory of Denton E. Coates (Class of ‘70) by his friends. To be awarded to the student who, in the judgement of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, has demonstrated outstanding achievement in independent research.
Value: $750

The Inco Scholarship in Materials Engineering
Established in 2000 by Inco Limited. To be awarded to a student entering Level 2 of the Materials Engineering, or Management or Society programme who, in the judgement of the Department, has achieved notable academic standing and demonstrated qualities of leadership at McMaster or in the community.
Value: $2500

The John Mayberry Scholarship
Established in 1998 by John Mayberry. Two scholarships to be awarded to students in Level 2 or 3 in either Chemical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering and/or Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, who in the judgement of the Faculty of Engineering, have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. The recipients must attain a minimum Sessional Average of 9.5 at the most recent Fall/Winter session.
Value: $1000 each

The Mark John Stojcic Scholarship
Established in 1997 by bequest of Mark John Stojcic, a former student, for a student who has completed Level 3 and who, in the judgement of the Department, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Two scholarships are available.
Value: $1800 each

The Ronald K. Ham Memorial Prize
Established in 1971 in memory of Professor R.K. Ham.  Awarded to a student who has completed Level 3 and who, in the judgement of the Department, shows most promise as a materials scientist or engineer.
Value: $125