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Essay competition, apply by May 21: The Brain@McGill Prize for neuroscience undergraduate research

The Brain@McGill has established this award to recognize the importance of the next generation of promising young neuroscientists in advancing our understanding of the brain.  The winner of the Brain@McGill Prize for Neuroscience is awarded $500 and publication in B@M Online and newsletter.  The essay and those of the three semi-finalists will also be published in B@M Online.

Published: 10Apr2015

SURPASS Newsletter - Issue 4

“**NOTE: Open ASAP to read our course registration tips! Registration starts this week!

Published: 6Apr2015

Science Peer Assistants Wanted

9Mar2015
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19Mar2015

VOLUNTEERS WANTED

Faculty of Science
SOUSA SURPASS* Program
(*SURPASS is an acronym for Science Undergraduate Recruiting and Peer Assistant Support Services)

 

Want funding for undergraduate research abroad this summer? Apply by March 20 for a McGill International Experience Award!

26Feb2015
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20Mar2015

McGill International Experience Awards (MIEA) for undergraduate McGill students in the Faculty of Science support a research traineeship at a non-Canadian university, for a minimum of 10 weeks, in the Summer term.

Summer course restrictions

WARNING: THE COURSES LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ASSESSED, AND SCIENCE STUDENTS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR THEM.

Restricted courses outside the Faculty of Science

Course restrictions 2015-2016 General policy

While all courses offered at McGill have academic merit, not all are appropriate for credit towards the B.Sc. degree. Science students should consult the Science section of the eCalendar for the regulations governing which courses are open to them.

Language courses

As a freshman student, you may wish to take a language course this year. The following regulations regarding language courses apply to students in the freshman year.

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