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How to Apply to IELPS

Students applying to IELPS will be required to submit one application for both areas of study. Interested applicants should direct all inquiries to ielps [dot] conted [at] mcgill [dot] ca.

Download, print, and complete the IELPS Application for Admission form, and submit it with the supporting documents to:

McGill University
School of Continuing Studies
Student Affairs Office-Admissions
688 Sherbrooke Street West, Suite 1125
Montreal, QC H3A 3R1
Canada

Students Pursuing an Undergraduate Certificate Program must supply:

The following documents must be received before the application can be processed:

  1. An unofficial transcript (if applicable) accompanied by two pieces of identification. Arrangements should be made to have an official transcript confirming D.E.C. and/or degree completion sent directly from the former educational institution to the School of Continuing Studies.
  2. Proof of age: Students 21 years of age and over who do not have the normal academic background for admission may be admitted as mature students. Two pieces of personal identification must be attached.
  3. Proof of Level 3 English as specified on the English Proficiency Equivalency Table.
  4. Proof of Canadian Citizenship or Landed Immigrant status: (see http://www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/)
  5. Proof of Residency in Quebec: (see http://www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/).
  6. The Quebec Ministry of Education (MELS) requires that all students attending a Quebec university have a Permanent Code: (see http://www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/ ).

Students Pursuing a Graduate Diploma or Certificate must supply:

Candidates wishing to apply to a graduate program must have a degree (i.e. a Bachelor's degree) from an approved university that is equivalent to an undergraduate degree as approved by the Ministère des Relations avec les citoyens et de l'immigration. Programs may have additional admission requirements. Please refer to the admissions requirements specified in the program description.

The following documents must be received before the application can be processed:

  • An unofficial transcript confirming degree completion and a letter from the University confirming expected date of completion (if the degree has not been granted yet). All students must make arrangements to have an official transcript confirming the awarding of a degree sent directly to the Department from their previous educational institution before their application can be considered.
  • Proof of Intermediate 2 English as specified on the English Proficiency Equivalency Table.
  • Proof of Canadian Citizenship or Landed Immigrant status: (see http://www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/ ).
  • Proof of Residency in Quebec: (see http://www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/).
  • The Quebec Ministry of Education (MELS) requires that all students attending a Quebec university have a Permanent Code. (See http://www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/).

1. Application Fee and Testing Fee (non refundable)

$125.

2. Course Fee (English Program)

  • International OR
  • Canadian and Permanent Residents

 

$ 2120.
$ 1,690.

3. Course Deposit (Career and Professional Development)

$200.

4.  Health Insurance

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