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McGill University’s School of Continuing Studies welcomed into CFA Institute University recognition program

McGill University’s School of Continuing Studies is the latest university to be welcomed into the CFA Institute University Recognition Program.

Classified as : Staff, Faculty, External, Students
Published on : 25 Apr 2017

uPrint prepaid cards needed for Exchange, IUT, and some Continuing Studies students

As of May 3, 2017, students who are members of the following groups will not be able to access the uPrint machines on campus with their McGill ID Card, or their McGill username and password:  - Exchange students  - Inter-University Transfer students  - Special and Visiting students in the School of Continuing Studies  - Special intensive English and French programs in the School of Continuing Studies

Published on : 20 Apr 2017

McGill University Contributes to First French Edition of Journal

The International Higher Education (IHE), a quarterly journal published by the Boston College Center for International Higher Education, published a French edition for the first time in January 2017.

Published on : 04 Apr 2017

McGill University hosts an international colloquium on Gender and Genre in Translation

WHEN: April 27 – 28, 2017 WHERE: McGill University – 688 Shebrooke Street West, room 1041 (10th floor) (metro McGill)FOR COMPLETE PROGRAM: www.mcgill.ca/scs-colloquium

Published on : 27 Mar 2017

Today's classes are cancelled for the day and evening

Because of the difficult weather and transportation issues caused by the blizzard, classes on both our campuses will be cancelled for the remainder of today, March 15, including evening courses. Tests and exams will be rescheduled as necessary. Managers are asked to understand that some staff who managed to get into work today might have to leave earlier than normal. The shuttle bus to and from Macdonald Campus will be operating as of 11:30 a.m., but understandably, will face challenges adhering to its normal schedule. We thank everyone for their understanding. Stay safe!

Classified as : Staff, Faculty, External, Students, snow day
Published on : 15 Mar 2017

Beethoven: Passion romantique, a six-course lecture and concert series

The Montreal Chamber Music Festival and PRIZMA, a program of McGill’s School of Continuing Studies, are proud to collaborate for the first time on a special series of lectures and concerts devoted to Beethoven’s string quartets.

Published on : 07 Mar 2017

Message from the Dean Concerning the January 29 Attack in Quebec City

The School extends support and solidarity to our staff, students and friends in the Muslim community following the attack at a mosque in Quebec City on Sunday night.

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Published on : 30 Jan 2017

Graduate Diploma in Translation: Comprehensive Evaluation CCTR 551

Students completing the Graduate Diploma in Translation (GDIT) must sit a comprehensive examination at the conclusion of the GDIT Program.  The examination consists of an oral defense of a best-work portfolio.  This portfolio represents a record of progress made by the candidate throughout his/her studies.  Each candidate prepares a written introduction and comments on selected examples of coursework with a view to demonstrating his/her progress toward greater translation competence.

Published on : 20 Jan 2017

The Next Page Magzine: 2017 Issue 1

Learn. Connect. Fulfill. At the School of Continuing Studies, we’re working to anticipate and respond to the educational needs of our learners. In this issue of the McGill SCS Magazine, we’ll show you how. Read more on The Next Page.

Published on : 05 Jan 2017

A Concert for Syria

Under the baton of Maestro Gilles Auger, the I Medici di McGill orchestra and piano soloist Kyoko Hashimoto will perform Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5 and his famous Symphony No. 5. in a benefit concert to aid the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) of Syria. This benefit concert will be held at the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall – Concordia. You can buy tickets or make a donation here.

Published on : 15 Dec 2016

Call for Papers: Gender and Genre in Translation

International Colloquium - Gender and Genre in TranslationApril 27 - 28 , 2017 Do male, female and LGBT translators approach the act of language transfer in the same ways? Is there any differentiation in their approaches along the lines of genre, be the texts literary or pragmatic? In what ways do translators exercise their power through the use of differentiated language-cultures? Is subservience or domination an issue in arriving at acceptable target texts?

Published on : 13 Dec 2016

The Next Page: McGill Wins Second Place at APICS 2016

A team of students from McGill’s School of Continuing Studies has earned second place in the APICS/TFC Global Student Final, an international student case competition in supply chain management. Read more on The Next Page, the School of Continuing Studies' online magazine.

Published on : 12 Oct 2016

The Next Page: An Accountant Abroad

Tony Masella has over 25 years of experience working for the world’s largest consulting firm, and it all began while he was studying for the Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting at McGill’s School of Continuing Studies. Read more on The Next Page, the School of Continuing Studies' online magazine.

Published on : 07 Oct 2016

What do Jazz and Leadership Have in Common?

McGill Homecoming Event 2016 Join us for an evening of live music and interactive discussion. A jazz quartet and a trio of McGill instructors will lead a modern exchange on what leaders and their organizations can learn from jazz and the administration of the jazz ensemble. Led by professional musician and lawyer Jay A. Hewlin, Esq., leadership coach James Hunter and award-winning performance improvement professional Sonia Di Maulo, you won’t want to miss this inspirational evening. Includes a networking reception.

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Published on : 30 Sep 2016

Call for Papers: Gender and Genre in Translation

International Colloquium - Gender and Genre in TranslationApril 27 - 28 , 2017 Do male, female and LGBT translators approach the act of language transfer in the same ways? Is there any differentiation in their approaches along the lines of genre, be the texts literary or pragmatic? In what ways do translators exercise their power through the use of differentiated language-cultures? Is subservience or domination an issue in arriving at acceptable target texts?

Classified as : Staff, Faculty, External, Students
Published on : 30 Sep 2016