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Application process

Information sessions with more information on how to apply for the program will be held mid-September (see details below). Please make every effort to attend one of these sessions to learn more about the program and about how to prepare a quality application package.

Application Package

A complete application package consists of two separate .pdf files, as follows:

  1. Current CV
  2. Short essay responses to the following questions:
  • What is your preferred focus area, as outlined in this presentation and why? What would your alternative focus areas be and why?
  • What specific skills, experience and/or capabilities do you feel would be directly transferable to the program and the specific opportunity area being pursued?
  • What do you hope to accomplish by participating in the program?
  • Given that the workload associated with MNFPC is equivalent to that of a course plus a major extracurricular, what are your other commitments for the school year and how would MNFPC fit into these?

Kindly limit your responses to maximum 400 words for the 4 questions combined.

Please attach your CV and Essay questions in separate pdf files in the format “JohnSmithCV.pdf” and JohnSmithEssay.pdf”

Focus areas are:

  • Local Industry
  • Culture and Art
  • Community
  • Environment
  • Health

Completed applications should be sent to mnfpc [at] mcgill [dot] ca no later than the deadline.

Applications are due Friday, September 26th, 2014 by 12:00 noon. No exceptions!

Any questions, feel free to contact us by email.

MNFPC Calendar 2014-2015  




Room #

Information Session (Undergraduate)

Tuesday, September 18th

17:30 Hrs

Bronfman 422

Information Session (MBA)

Thursday, September 18th

12:00 Hrs

Bronfman 360

Information Session (Undergraduate and Graduate)

Friday, September 19th

16:30 Hrs

Bronfman 422

Deadline for applications

Friday, September 26th

12:00 Hrs

mnfpc [at] mcgill [dot] ca

Invitation to Interview

Week of October 6th


Sent to shortlisted students via email


Friday, October 10th

To be Communicated

To be Communicated

Kick off

Saturday, November 1st

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

To be Communicated

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