Meet and Greet: All students accepted to the 2020 summer program will receive a Doodle poll for a meet and greet session in April.
MANDATORY: Attend McGill's pre-departure orientation - April 2020 (date to be determined)
You will be living in a tropical environment for three months. If you need more information on travel and tropical medicine go to CATMAT
Travel Clinic Options in Montreal
Tropical Diseases, Pre-Travel Clinic (McGill University Health Centre)
1001 Decarie Boulevard Montreal, Quebec H4A 3J1 (D02.4110GLEN)
Clinique Sante Voyage St-Luc
1029, rue Saint-Denis, 4th floor, Montréal (Québec) H2X 3H9
Many other options exist
What to bring to Barbados
Travel Registry Form
Once you have registered for AEBI 427 you will be asked to fill out the Travel Registry Form. Personal information, emergency contact, travel document, insurance information and immunizations must be provided.
To access and complete the form:
- Login to Minerva
- Click on the link for your travel activity to access the form
Make sure to have the following information in hand
1. Passport, and travel visa information (if required)
2. Travel insurance coverage and policy details
4. E-ticket and itinerary
You can complete the form in more than one sitting, saving your changes and coming back to it later.
To finalize and submit the form you will be asked to accept the terms of the Travel Guidelines.
Until you accept the terms and submit the form, the status of your form will remain incomplete and you will receive monthly email reminders asking you to complete it.
Register with Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada
DFAIT offers a registration service for all Canadians travelling or living abroad. This service is provided so that we can contact and assist you in an emergency in a foreign country, such as a natural disaster or civil unrest, or inform you of a family emergency at home.