Resources for graduate students
Please visit the GPSO for important links and orientation information.
For the latest graduate program information and course offerings please download the graduate program handbook. You must read and understand this important document. A hard-copy (specific to your year of entry) is available in your mailbox on floor 3A shortly after arriving in the department.
Information on Doctoral Oral Examinations.
Students rights and responsibilities as members of the McGill community are outlined here. It is your obligation to read and understand this important document.
Please click here for information regarding safety procedures and contact people in case of an emergency.
Graduate students are encouraged to contact april [dot] colosimo [at] mcgill [dot] ca (April Colosimo), Liason Librarian, to learn how to make full use of McGill's impressive library resources. This is especially important for new students getting underway with thesis proposals.
Please see Ms Emily Musgrave on floor 3A to set up payroll information.
Canadian residents: please bring bank and payroll forms.
International students: please bring your visa and letter of acceptance. You will be provided with a letter for social insurance; and you need to open a bank account and bring that information to complete payroll forms.
Please see Ms Louise Miller-Aspin on floor 3A for issues related to registration and mailboxes; and Ms Jo-Ann Gadsby on floor 3A for office keys. The Director of Graduate Studies, phillip [dot] servio [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Professor Servio) on floor 4, should be consulted for advice on all academic aspects of the graduate program.
Please visit McGill's office of International Student Services here for helpful information.
For the latest openings and deadlines:
Please return a complete teaching assistantship application by the deadline to the mailbox of Ms Emily Musgrave, Administrative Assistant, Room 3060, M.H. Wong Building.