McGill Jewish Studies
Blacher and Glasrot Families Scholarship
$1000 for studies related to the Holocaust.
Rosa & David z”l Finestone Scholarship
Awarded annually to a student excelling in the study of the Hebrew language.
Jack Gitlitz Memorial Scholarships
Two $5000 scholarships for undergraduate and graduate Jewish studies
Henriette & Marcel Korner Scholarship
$1000 awarded annually to a student enrolled in Jewish and/or Holocaust studies
Sadie Polachek Scholarship
$1000 for graduate or undergraduate studies
Dr. Oskar and Sally Schickler Scholarships
Up to $5000 for undergraduate and graduate Jewish studies
Elca & Tom Taras Scholarship for studies in Jewish Law
$3000 for study of Jewish studies
Bernard Michael Tarshis Memorial Scholarship
Up to $4000 for Jewish studies
Frances & Isaac Zlotowski & Krisha Zlotowska Starker Fund
Grant towards a doctoral or postdoctoral study of European Jewry
McGill School of Social Work
Created in memory of lifelong Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal colleague and friend, Henry Oelberg. Awarded to a graduate student in the School of Social Work based on academic merit. Preference will be given to a student with a focus on community organization.
Established by Mr. Manny Weiner. Awarded by the School of Social Work to a graduate student who is concentrating their studies in the field of social policy.
Concordia Department of English
Created in 2013 through the generosity of Ruth and David Steinberg, the Ruth and David Steinberg MA Scholarship for Creative Writing is granted through competition, based on academic merit, to newly admitted full-time students to the Creative Writing program at the University. Applicants may be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or international students. The MA Scholarship for Creative Writing is not renewable.
Created in 2013 through the generosity of Ruth and David Steinberg, the Ruth and David Steinberg PhD Scholarship in English Literature is granted through competition, based on academic merit, to newly admitted full-time students to the PhD program in English Literature at the University. Applicants may be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or international students. The PhD Scholarship is not renewable