University Rankings 2015: Scholarships and Bursaries

McGill, Waterloo and Trent are tops in their commitment to spending on financial aid

<p>MACLEANS-BROCKU-10.06.14-ST.CATHARINES, ON: 2ND yr speech and language studies students Christine Civiero and Harley Hamlin study in the plaza building on campus at Brock University.</p>

Photograph by Cole Garside

Photograph by Cole Garside
Photograph by Cole Garside

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Given the high cost of tuition and living expenses, financial aid is crucial to students. In this measure of student support, Maclean’s examines the percentage of the operating budget devoted to scholarships and bursaries.

Medical Doctoral

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Primarily Undergraduate

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To see more from our 2015 university rankings issue, visit a full description of the ranking methodology, click here.