The Goodman Institute is pleased to offer the following fellowships and awards in recognition of academic excellence and to support graduate studies:
The Scotiabank Fellowships and Awards for exceptional performance.
Beginning in 2004 and for the next 10 years, a total disbursement of $25,000 will be distributed annually as follows:
- A $5,000 fellowship to the student who has received the highest GPA in the first year of the Program and who has passed CFA Level I
- A $5,000 fellowship to the student who has received the highest GPA in the second year of the Program and who has passed CFA Level II
- A $5,000 award to the student who has received the highest GPA in the third year of the Program
- A $10,000 award to the student in the third year who has achieved the highest GPA overall in the Program
The Lord Shaughnessy Master of Business Administration Fellowship in Investment Management
Valued at $2,500/year and awarded to a first-year entering student who has met all admission criteria. It is based on financial need and good academic standing at the time of admission.
Goodman Institute of Investment Management Entrance Support Program
This Program will grant support to six incoming students for each academic year. Three students from Montreal and three students from Toronto will be granted $9,000 each towards their tuition in their first year of study, based on academic standing and GMAT at the time of application. All completed applications received by one or all of the following three deadlines, March 31st, April 30th, and May 31st will be considered. You must start the program in September and recipients must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 upon completion of the Fall semester, to be granted support in January to their tuition fee account. The recipients must pay their confirmation deposit of $2,000 upon receiving the award notification. Deferrals are not permitted. All conditions listed in the Concordia letter of acceptance must be met. You must remain in the city where the award has been granted for the first year of the Program. The support process and availability will be reviewed prior to October and will be either eliminated, continued or modified for the upcoming Concordia academic year.
The Ned Goodman Teaching Assistantship Endowment
This assistantship, valued at $4,750, is open primarily to current Year 2 students preparing to enter Year 3 of the program. Eligible candidates will possess superior communication abilities, strong mentoring skills and willingness to dedicate time to this endeavor.