Recognition of Degrees

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Recognition of Degrees

The Royal Institution for the Advancement of Learning (McGill University) is a publicly funded institution and holds a Royal Charter dated 1821 (amended in 1852) as well as being incorporated under the laws of the Province of Quebec.

McGill University was a founding member of the organization that evolved into the current Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (A.U.C.C.) in which it remains very active. In addition, McGill University is a member of the American Association of Universities (A.A.U.). It is also a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the International Association of Universities. Its undergraduate, professional, and graduate degrees, including doctorates in a full range of disciplines, have been recognized by educational, government, and private organizations worldwide for decades.

Revision, June 2013. Start of revision.

All of McGill’s degree programs are approved by the Government of Quebec.

Revision, June 2013. End of revision.

—2013-2014 (last updated Jan. 15, 2014) (disclaimer)
Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2013-2014 (last updated Jan. 15, 2014) (disclaimer)