The B.Eng. Bioengineering is in the process of approval by the Faculty of Engineering and by various University committees. The program will then be submitted to the government of Quebec for review. When the program is approved by the government, it may be available for internal transfer in January 2016 and for direct admission in September 2016.
Bioengineering courses (subject code BIEN) currently being offered are open to students in the specified Engineering programs (see course descriptions for exact details) and to students from other faculties, who may use the courses to satisfy their program requirements (if approved by the student’s department advisor). Please visit our Courses page for more information.
NOTE: The projected admission terms below are not guaranteed; please check this website for updates.
External applicants (non-McGill students)
If the Quebec government approves the program, you may be able to apply for admission in September 2016. The program will accept both first-year (Year 0 and CEGEP) and university transfers.
Please check back for updates on application deadlines and how to apply.
Students in the General Engineering Program (G.E.P.)
If the Quebec government approves the program, McGill Engineering students in the G.E.P. program in 2014-2015 may be able to take Bioengineering courses in Fall 2015 and be registered in the Bioengineering program as of the Winter 2016 term. Please check this website or the GEP website below for updates on procedures for entering the Bioengineering program. For information about the GEP, including eligibility requirements and how to apply for a major program, see the General Engineering Program website.
Intra-Faculty and Inter-Faculty Transfer students
If the Quebec government approves the program, current McGill students (Engineering students or students in other faculties) may be able to apply for an intra-faculty transfer (Engineering students) or inter-faculty transfer (non-Engineering students) for admission in January 2016.