The FMT Program students and staff at Macdonald Campus

Over 110 students currently study in the Farm Management and Technology program at Macdonald Campus of McGill University. This 3-year diploma teaches students the skills needed to enter the job market upon graduation.

FMT Students in a dairy barn

Students study a wide variety of courses in the program. These include courses in soil, animal and plant sciences, engineering, and business management. They also complete four internships, including two 13-week summer stages. All students are eligible for in-course scholarships and awards during their studies.

Macdonald Campus in fall, orange leaves

Our annual program-specific open house  was held on Friday, November 24, 2017. If you missed it, tours of the campus, residence, and dairy barns are offered in English and French year-round for prospective students. Contact the Liaison Officer to arrange a date.

Farm Management and Technology Program

The Farm Management and Technology (FMT) Program is a 3-year academic and practical college program offered on the Macdonald Campus, and taught by the staff of the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences of McGill University.

Building on the solid standards of excellence in education, hands-on experience, and analytical thinking for which we are known, the Farm Management and Technology program reflects the needs of today's farm business operators. 

Program code: 152.B0. Institution Code for Quebec student loans (AFE), Macdonald College: 699600.

Calendar of Important Dates for Current Students

For important dates in the Fall and Winter semesters, click here to view the Calendar:PDF icon 2017-2018 calendar of important dates

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