MCGILL UNIVERSITY

Founded in 1821, McGill University enjoys an international reputation for scholarly achievement and scientific discovery. Cutting-edge facilities, innovative teaching programs, and multidisciplinary research attract first-class students and professors from around the world. Top researchers regularly teach undergraduate classes and engage students in inquiry-based learning.

McGill’s downtown campus, located on the slope of Mont-Royal, mixes heritage buildings with modern facilities. The Macdonald Campus sits amidst fields and forests, including the 245-hectare Morgan Arboretum, on the western tip of the Island of Montreal. McGill’s resources for learning, research and outreach also include the Redpath Museum, branch libraries and special collections, research stations in the sub-Arctic and Arctic, and the Gault Nature Reserve, the first Canadian site recognized by the UNESCO Biosphere program.

McGill offers more than 300 programs of study through its 11 faculties: Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Law, Management, Medicine, Music, and Science. It also houses, or partners with, a vast array of research centers and networks and participates in extensive international research collaborations.

Montreal offers students a safe, affordable, vibrant, multicultural environment in which to live and learn. Students can enrich their educational experience through hands-on research, internships, exchange, and study-abroad programs, intramural and intercollegiate sports, field study and engagement in community service and campus life. The university recognizes academic distinction and leadership through generous undergraduate scholarships and student aid.

STUDENT ENROLMENT

Full-time (undergraduates)
23,410

Full-time (graduates)
7,140

Part-time (undergraduates)
5,370

Part-time (graduates)
2,190

Source: Bureau de coopération interuniversitaire (2016 rounded preliminary fall enrolment)

 

TUITION FEES

CANADIAN STUDENTS

Quebec residents

Undergraduate:
$2,294 – $7,031

Graduate:
$2,294 – $7,031

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Undergraduate tuition fees:
$15,348 – $17,137

Graduate tuition fees:
$14,098 – $15,707

Academic Programs

Faculties & Schools

McGill offers 1200+ programs through a number of Faculties, Schools, and Institutes. The following links represent the eCalendar’s structure, and will help you find what you’re looking for:

Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, including Human Nutrition

Undergraduate

Graduate

Arts, including Information Studies, Public Policy, Religious Studies, and Social Work

Undergraduate

Graduate

Bachelor of Arts & Science

Undergraduate

Continuing Studies

Areas of Study

Dentistry

Professional

Graduate

Education

Undergraduate

Graduate

Engineering, including Architecture and Urban Planning

Undergraduate

Graduate

Environment

Undergraduate

Graduate

Law

Undergraduate

Graduate

Management, Desautels Faculty of

Undergraduate

Graduate

Medicine, including Communication Sciences and Disorders

Professional

Undergraduate

Graduate

Music, Schulich School of

Undergraduate

Graduate

Nursing, Ingram School of

Undergraduate

Graduate

Physical and Occupational Therapy

Undergraduate

Graduate

Science, including Computer Science

Undergraduate

Graduate

Study Abroad & Field Studies

Undergraduate

Summer Studies

Areas of Study (see the 2017–2018 eCalendar)

 

 

 

Source: Statistics Canada. Fees for general programs in arts and humanities (2015-16).

Note: In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.