Courses, field studies, key dates, and other information about the 2018 Summer term is now available on the eCalendar!
Academic information is now available for the 2017–18 academic year's Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies at McGill!
Browse offerings for the coming Summer term, including field, exchange, and special study courses. McGill offers a wide array of condensed summer courses on two campuses designed for current students, visiting students, international students, or inter-university transfers.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at McGill University invites applications for two tenure-track positions at the rank of Assistant Professor. McGill is among the top research intensive academic institutions in Canada, attracting over one-half billion dollars in competitive research funding each year. It has been consistently ranked in the top 25 universities worldwide in a number of recent surveys. Successful candidates will play leading roles in maintaining McGill’s international reputation of excellence in research and teaching. We are particularly interested in the areas of d
Dear students and supervisors,
I hope you all had an enjoyable summer. I am writing to inform you of two important new benefits offered by our graduate program:
First, I am pleased to announce that, effective immediately, a differential fee waiver will be offered to international students registered in the Graduate Program in Psychiatry. Specifically, the differential between international and Quebec fees will be covered by the Program for M.Sc. students during their first year and Ph.D. students during their first two years.
The ISS Training Program would like to congratulate the winners of the NSERC CREATE – ISS Winter Networking Event 2016 Photo contest, held at Thompson House on February 24th.
Category 1: Research Project
First Prize: Etienne Bourbeau, Physics, McGill
Second Prize: Donald MacNearney, Biomedical Eng., McGill
Third Prize: Julia Bairos, Biomedical Eng., Polytechnique
Rachel Zellars, PhD candidate in our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, wrote a recent article for the CBC's ongoing Real Talk on Race series, published earlier this week.
Need a card to go with that perfect gift for that special someone this Valentine’s Day? Do they love chemistry related puns? Then McGill Chemistry Department recent graduate Nick Uhlig has you covered. The Li lab alum has recently made available several charming Valentine’s Day cards through the online marketplace Redbubble. “I wanted to do it for a long time and kept saving up the ideas, but really only got to it after graduating.” says Uhlig, who now works as a medicinal chemist at Gilead Sciences’ in Edmonton, Alberta.
The ISS Training Program would like to congratulate the winners of the NSERC CREATE – ISS Winter Networking Event 2015 Photo contest, held at Thompson House on March 19th after the very successful Sensors, From Lab to Life speaker sessions.
Category 1: Research Project
First Prize: Paresa Modarres, Biomedical Engineering, McGill University
Second Prize: Tahereh Ahmadi Tameh, Electrical Engineering, Polytechnique
The 2015 Summer Studies eCalendar lists courses—including special, exchange, and field courses—available during the summer term. Make the most of the summer season to catch up on program requirements, learn a new subject, or just enjoy time on McGill's beautiful campuses!
The Failure Policy for Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies has been updated. GPS students, find out how these changes may affect you.
Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies program, course, and university information is now online; check out the 2014-15 eCalendar and browse to your faculty or school to find out what's offered!
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies is pleased to congratulate Dr. Jean-Philippe Lessard, an ecologist and postdoctoral fellow at the Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science at McGill University, who has been selected as the April 2013 winner of an Étudiants-chercheurs étoiles award, from the Fonds Nature et Technologies of the Government of Quebec. Dr. Lessard has also been featured in the "Academic Minute" podcast for his work building a new map of the world’s zoogeographic regions.