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- Orientation Week (also known as “Frosh Week”), is a week-long, campus-wide series of events to welcome and inform new students which will start on August 25, 2014.
Undergraduate students, staff and Faculty members are invited to join us for our Annual Welcome BBQ & Info Day in the Education Lobby.
Friday, September 13, 2013
11:00am – 2:00pm
Faculty of Education services and student societies will be present to answer questions.
Drop-in advising (DISE & KPE) from 11:00am – 1:00pm
BBQ sponsored by the Education Undergraduate Society (EdUS)
The McGill Faculty of Education provides career services tailored specifically for students in the Teacher Education and Bachelor of Science (Kinesiology) programs, in partnership with the University’s Career Planning Service (CaPS). We support students’ career development by providing individual career advising, offering engaging career events & workshops that bring together students and industry professionals/employers, and fostering student leadership in the community and beyond.
Regulations Concerning Withdrawals
- A course withdrawal means you have chosen to discontinue one or more courses.
- A University withdrawal means you have chosen to discontinue your entire term or year of studies.
- Students who drop their last Fall or Winter course by the end of the add/drop period of that term are considered withdrawn from the University.
All students are required to seek academic advising about their programs from the department in which they study: For advising dates/contact information as well as course selection and registration information for new students, please refer to the Faculty of Education section on the Newly Admitted Undergraduate Students website. Students should also refer to the detailed information available from their department (links below).
Students currently registered in a degree at McGill (and who will not be graduating), can apply to transfer to a different faculty degree program.
Student Rights and Responsibilities
The Handbook on Student Rights and Responsibilities is the official souce of information about your personal and academic rights and responibilities.
As a McGill student, you are responsible for knowing the rules and regulations concerning academic honesty.
Perhaps more important, it is also your responsibility to help maintain the academic integrity of the University.
Q: I am thinking about coming to McGill.
Is there anyone I can speak to?
A: The Welcome Centre is a good place to learn about life at McGill. They can set up tours and even arrange for you to sit in on classes. They will also answer questions regarding admission to the university.
For more information visit McGill's prospective students website.
Email: welcome [at] mcgill [dot] ca
Students whose highest level of education is high school are admitted into Year 0 (U0), the Freshman Year.
The Freshman (U0) year is followed by Year 1 (U1) when you will take the Year 1 courses for your Bachelor of Education program, or the Year 1 courses for the Bachelor of Science (Kinesiology).
Advanced standing of up to 30 credits may be granted to students who obtain satisfactory results in International Baccalaureate, French Baccalaureate, Advanced Levels, and Advanced Placement res