Quick Links


Study Away, Exchange and Quebec Inter-University Transfer

Students registered in the Faculty of Education have the opportunity to study at another university for one term (fall or winter), or one academic year (fall and winter).

Please note that some courses at other universities have already been assessed by Education advisers for equivalency to McGill courses. Consult these resouces for lists of pre-approved courses:

Graduation and Convocation

The Application for Graduation is available on Minerva for students who are registered for their final year.

Please refer to the Student Information web site for information on Graduation and Diploma which provides you with information on:


Please do not make travel arrangements to leave Montreal prior to the scheduled end of any examination period.

  • Examinations: Schedules, Information about Conflicts, Deferred and Supplemental exams
  • Note: Students who have a scheduled examination during a Field Experience must take the exam as scheduled and inform the Office of Student Teaching and their cooperating teacher.

Academic Standing

Academic Standing

  • Academic Standing is primarily based on the student’s grade point average.

Classroom Information

The following is a list of rooms available in the Education Building.

The Education Building is a wireless zone.

Please report repairs or maintenance concerns to patricia [dot] jackson [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Ms. Patricia Jackson.)

Click here to book General Purpose Classrooms

Registration for Currently Registered Students

All students should refer to the Minerva web site to register, access and maintain important information, and complete administrative requirements.

Undergraduate Programs in Education

    The Academic Units of the Faculty of Education offer a variety of programs leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science (Kinesiology). Refer to the eCalendar for the most up-to-date program information.

    Official Start/End Times

    Official start/end times for all course activities

    It is the official policy of the University for course activities (e.g., tutorials, lectures, midterms, etc.) to start five minutes after the hour and end five minutes earlier.

    Note: The class period is 50 minutes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays but on Tuesdays and Thursdays the class period is 80 minutes.

    Please keep in mind that this also applies to tests.