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International Student Services

ISS workshops & webinars are available to degree, exchange, visiting & special students, post doctoral fellows, and other students who pay Student Services fees.
 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

For degree-program students from France with a Quebec Medicare card: the RAMQ must receive a verification of your full-time status shortly or it will CANCEL your Quebec Medicare card  Details HERE

 

First winter in Montreal?  Worried?  Excited?  Not sure what to expect?

Get ready with Winter 101!

Participate in our Nov. 21 webinar from the comfort of home - REGISTER HERE

Don't miss your student club/association's chance to be part of the 2nd annual

i-Week 2015 - this year bigger & better than ever!

We're now accepting submissions (deadline: Nov. 23rd)
 

Traveling over the holidays? 

Are your immigration docs up to date & do you know what to have ready for customs?  We'll cover this & other topics in this interactive webinar Nov. 24th.
REGISTER HERE
 

Thinking of becoming a Permanent Resident?

Come to one of 2 presentations on the subject given by Immigration Quebec:
November 21 or 28 - see ISS Events & Workshops

Plan to work on or off-campus, do an internship, or seek post-graduation employment?

Join us ONLINE for an International Student Work & Work Permits webinar on Nov. 28th!  Details here.
 

Concerned about Ebola?

Get answers to all your questions about Ebola on the Student Health Service site.

 

Please note:

International Student Services (ISS) provides information regarding immigration documents (i.e. Study Permits, CAQ, Temporary Resident Visas, Work Permits) required for  international students to study or work at McGill. 

Please note that ISS cannot provide advice to you, or act on your behalf, on such immigration matters.  Our website provides links to Immigration Quebec and Citizenship and Immigration Canada where complete information, application forms and instructions are available.

International students seeking information on immigrating to Canada can check the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website as well as the Quebec Immigration website.