Summer Undergraduate Management courses open to all McGill students and Special and Visiting Students
Application deadline at the Office of Student Exchanges and Study Abroad for McGill students wishing to participate in a student exchange in Fall 2007 and/or Winter 2008 term...
Applications must include all supporting Faculty approval documentation at the time of submission.
(Closed weekends and Labour Day)
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts, Continuing Education (all credit courses), Education, Engineering including Architecture, Graduate Studies, Law, Management, Music, Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy (1st and 2nd year students), Religious Studies, and Science. NOTE: Education students should consult the appropriate Faculty of Education advising material for details regarding Field Experience courses. Please be aware that a number of placements end later than the last day of lectures in the Fall term.
Application deadline for Winter term 2007 inter-faculty transfers except Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences...
NOTE: The faculties of Arts, Education, Management, Science and certain programs in Engineering (see website below for details on programs open for January admission), do not accept Winter term inter-faculty transfers. Also, please contact the Schulich School of Music to determine which of their programs accept Winter term inter-faculty transfers.
Last day for the Fall 2007 term for students to request fee exemptions from and to submit legal documents for...
proof of Canadian citizenship and proof of Quebec residency to the Admissions, Recruitment and Registrar's Office. Students in Medicine or Continuing Education should submit their documents directly to their Faculty Student Affairs office or the Centre for Continuing Education. Documents received after this date will be updated for the following term only.
Registration in Management courses begins for returning undergraduate students entering the first (U1) year of study:
B.Com.; Minors in Management, Technological Entrepreneurship, Construction Engineering and Management; B.A. Faculty Program or Major in Industrial Relations, B.A. Joint Honours Economics and Finance, B.A. Major Concentration in Contemporary German Studies, and B.Ed. in Kinesiology.