Prospective Students: Undergraduate Studies
This page is intended to supplement information found on the Applying to McGill web site.
Enrolment Services handles all applications to the undergraduate programs in the Faculty of Engineering.
This web site will provide information about the application process, including:
★ Admissions Criteria
★ Special Requirements for Specific Programs
★ Language Proficiency Requirements
★ Visa Requirements
★ Transcript Requirements
★ Online Application
★ Request for Information
Students from other universities can apply for McGill courses to satisfy degree requirements at their home university.
Special Students Status
Special Student status is possible for candidates listed below. Application deadlines are found at the Applying to McGill website.
- Engineering and Architecture graduates
- Candidates from the Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ)
- Candidates from the Ordre des Architectes du Québec (OAQ)
McGill Transfers and Readmissions
For information on transfers from other faculties or readmission to this faculty, please refer to the Faculty Transfers & Re-admissions website
- The Faculty of Engineering offers programs leading to the degrees of B.Eng, B.SE and B.Sc (Arch).
- Enrollment in some programs is limited.
- Applicants from outside Quebec who may have taken one or more equivalent introductory college-level science courses, but do not have acceptable certification, can learn if they are eligible for the "Placement Examinations for Credit" from the Admissions, Recruitment and Registrar's Office. These exams take place before or during the week of registration.
Other Applicants and Transfers
Applicants from other universities should refer to:
Other applicants and transfers
Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada who are 23 years or older and who do not have the academic background normally required for admission may be admitted as a mature student under certain circumstances.
A senior high school or CEGEP course in pre-calculus, functions, chemistry, and/or physics completed within five years of the application is required. If admitted, the student will be required to complete an 8-term program.
Applicants should first consult a faculty Student Adviser.
Information about application deadlines are found at the Admissions website.