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Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

Hunting the genesis of the Ebola outbreak

McGill Biology PhD student & Vanier scholar, Jan Gogarten, joins a team assembled by Dr. Fabian Leendertz, a doctor based from the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin, to investigate origins of the Ebola outbreak recently dominating news headlines.

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2014 Vanier Graduate Scholarship Recipients Announced

15 McGill students have been awarded this prestigious scholarship for academic excellence across disciplines.

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McGill Masters graduate wins SSHRC Storyteller Challege

James O'Callaghan, a Juno-nominated composer and McGill Master's graduate, wins a spot in the 'final five' for SSHRC's Storyteller Challege

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2014 Trudeau Foundation scholarship recipient

Mélanie Doucet, PhD Social Work, has been awarded the most prestigious scholarship in social sciences and humanities in Canada. Her research will focus on the experience of youth in the foster care and group home systems.

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Montreal is One of Ten Best Cities for Students

According to QS Top Universities ranking, Montréal has been ranked as one of the world's most liveable cities.

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McGill ranks # 1 university in Canada for 10th consecutive year

Maclean’s annual ranking places McGill in first position among medical-doctoral universities.

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Learning to Teach workshop

Grad Life blogger shares her experience after attending the day-long workshop Learning to Teach, hosted by McGill Teaching and Learning Services (TLS)

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Welcome to McGill's Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (GPS) website! Whether you're a current graduate student, a postdoctoral researcher, or a member of the University's faculty or staff and involved in graduate studies and postdoctoral scholarship, our goal is to ensure that you have all the tools and info you need to make your experience an unbridled success.

Explore this site to find details about thesis guidelines, funding opportunities, supervision, and much more!

Haven't applied yet or just received your offer? Check out the links below for the info you're looking for.

Graduate programs

Graduate programsWith more than 400 graduate programs to choose from, you're sure to find the one that's right for you.

Prospective students

Prospective studentsInterested in studying at McGill? Visit Future Graduate Students for instructions on how to apply and the reasons we think you should.

New students

New studentsJust received your offer from McGill? Congratulations! Check out Grad Welcome for everything you need to get started.