Entrance Bursaries

The Alexandra and Jack Bart Memorial Bursary

Established in 1997 by Professors Christopher and John Bart in memory of their parents. A variable number of bursaries to be awarded to students enrolled in their first year of the MBA program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to residents of the Stratford, Ontario area. (Value: 2 @ $1,000)

The Angela Gregoris MBA Bursary

Established in 2006 by Susan Payne (MBA, ‘79) in honour of her mother. To be granted to students entering the MBA program who demonstrate financial need. (Value: 1 @ $2,000)

The Avery Award

Established in 1994 from a bequest by Doris Verina Avery in memory of her son, Dennis, an alumnus of McMaster’s MBA program. Two bursary awards to be made to incoming full-time and co-op MBA students. Selection to be done by the MBA Awards Committee based on an assessment of academic qualifications, extra-curricular and/or professional achievements, and demonstrated financial need. Application must be made on the form available from the MBA Academic Services Office. (Value: 2 @ $5,000)

The Guerino and Anna Maria Marinucci Academic Grant

Established in 2008 by John Marinucci (BCOM ’80) and Tracy Marinucci in memory of his parents, Guerino and Anna Maria Marinucci, who understood the importance of education and hard work to succeed in life. To be awarded to a student entering a full-time co-op MBA program who demonstrates financial need and high academic achievement/standing. Preference will be given to a student who has demonstrated leadership in undergraduate studies or in the community at large. The grant is tenable for up to two years provided the recipient maintains a minimum sessional average of 6. The Application must be accompanied by a written submission relating to the stated criteria. (Value: 1 @ $7,500)

The McKinley Perrin Academic Grant

Established in 2005 by Douglas Perrin, Class of ’49, son of McKinley Perrin, a financial consultant to a number of small business owners. To be awarded to students entering the MBA program who received a Humanities, Sciences, Health Sciences, or Engineering undergraduate degree from McMaster University, have attained a high sessional average, and have demonstrated financial need. (Value: 2 @ $5,000)

The Otis Canada Bursaries in the MBA Program

Established in 1996 by Otis Canada Inc., the world’s largest elevator company with over 50,000 employees and more than 1,700 worldwide locations. A variable number of bursaries to be awarded to students enrolled in their first year of the MBA program who demonstrate financial need. (Value: 1 @ $1,500)

Lillian Russell Award

Established to honour the memory of the late David Russell, former Vice-President of Anthes Imperial and a McMaster alumnus. A bursary to be awarded to an entering MBA student on the basis of scholastic achievement and financial need. (Value: 1 @ $1,500)

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