About McGill

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Discover why McGill is one of the best universities in the world.

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McGill students have the highest average entering grades in Canada, and McGill consistently ranks among the world's finest universities.

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Live and study in Montreal

Of Montreal’s 3.6 million residents, 220,000 are students at universities or other professional post-secondary programs—making Montreal one of the world’s most student-friendly cities.

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250,000 living alumni

McGill's alumni include Nobel Prize-winners, Supreme Court judges, distinguished executives and athletes, and three celebrated astronauts—or four, if you count William Shatner.

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McGill admissions

Bryce Durafourt, Celina Wu (Neuroscience) and Jean-François Poulin (Public Accountancy) are among some 40,000 students at McGill. Want to join them?

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Campus Maps

Navigating 300 buildings across two campuses may seem a daunting task, but our Campus Maps can help you find your way.

195 years of history, and counting...

In 1942, Macdonald College students boarded the Harvest Train to Saskatchewan, travelling some 3,000km to help save a wheat crop threatened by a wartime shortage of harvest workers.

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All about McGill

With some 300 buildings, 40,000 students, 250,000 living alumni, and a reputation for excellence that reaches around the globe, McGill has carved out a spot among the world's greatest universities.

We invite you to explore some of the momentous achievements of McGill and McGillians.  While we're proud of what we've accomplished, our story is still being written, and new chapters are added all the time. If you're considering an academic career at McGill, we hope that one day you will count your own pages among them.