The Department of Mechanical Engineering is seeking feedback from its graduating class through a recently launched Undergraduate Exit Survey. The information collected will support informed changes to the undergraduate curriculum and department policy. The survey takes approximately 25 minutes to complete. Mechanical engineering students who are finishing their final year of undergraduate studies are invited to fill out the survey.
Undergraduates can find info for the 2016–17 academic year on the eCalendar—see our new website for all program requirements; course availability; departmental & advising contacts; and other academic information!
The mechanical engineering admissions standard at McGill University is among the five toughest among all undergraduate programs in Canada. The rankings, based on acceptance rates and entrance averages, come from University Hub and were published online by Yahoo Canada.
John Buck, Jazz Drums, BMus'18, was named the recipient of the first Lou Williamson Jazz Award yesterday in a ceremony held at the Schulich School of Music. This award was established in 2015 by Chris and Eve Millington in memory of the gifted jazz percussionist Lou Williamson . Williamson was a former McGill instructor and was also a highly respected music administrator.
This September, a groundbreaking new program at McGill University's Schulich School of Music will address that acute student stress and anxiety. Starting Sept. 1, studies in wellness will be added to the curriculum and new students will be required to take part in a peer mentorship program. The initiative is the first of its kind in Canada. (Full article in sidebar link)
The Undergraduate and Health Sciences eCalendars have been updated; browse to your faculty or school section to see what's new! This update reflects mid-year changes to undergraduate/professional programs, courses, and information for all faculties & schools. As always, academic advisors are also available to answer quesions and guide you towards academic success!
New course offering (Winter 2016) for U0 Science students: Extreme-Weather and Climate-Change Physics
The department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences is pleased to announce the introduction of a new course: ATOC 100: Extreme-Weather and Climate-Change Physics.
Health Sciences program, course, and university information has been successfully launched as part of the eCalendar!
Undergraduates can find the most up-to-date info on their programs & courses at mcgill.ca/study; this year's eCalendar—with registration, academic, and other info for the 2015–16 academic year—is now online!
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 undergraduate eCalendar, which includes new programs, courses, and faculty information, has been updated! Browse to your faculty or school to find the most up-to-date offerings at www.mcgill.ca/study.
Financial support is a great way boost your motivation and academic career! Find out what's available to you here, or browse other academic information in McGill's eCalendar.