Programs, courses, and other Undergraduate and Health Sciences information has been updated in to reflect new program offerings and academic info for 2016–17 on the eCalendar! Browse to your specific academic unit via the Faculties & Schools overview to find out more.
McGill's Faculty of Religious Studies has transitioned from a faculty to become the School of Religious Studies, as part of the Faculty of Arts, as of May 2016. Visit the Faculty of Arts' School of Religious Studies section for further information on the new School's program and course offerings.
Undergraduate/professional academic information for the McGill Health Sciences is now available for the 2016–17 academic year!
Whatever your goals and current situation, the School of Continuing Studies has something for you! Browse programs and courses, as well as how to apply and register, here, and learn more about what's offered through various areas of study.
Undergraduates can find info for the 2016–17 academic year on the eCalendar—see our new website for all program requirements; course availability; departmental & advising contacts; and other academic information!
It’s been a banner year for Berdj Garabedian, who’s currently working towards his Graduate Diploma in Translation at McGill’s School of Continuing Studies. In June he was the recipient of the McGill Associates Prize in Translation (French-English), and this fall he was awarded this year’s Network of Translators in Education (NTE) Merit Scholarship. Read more on The Next Page, the School of Continuing Studies' newsletter.
Undergraduates can find the most up-to-date info on their programs & courses at mcgill.ca/study; this year's eCalendar—with registration, academic, and other info for the 2015–16 academic year—is now online!
Great work! We are very pleased to have Master's student Audrey Yank, from the department of Bioresource Engineering, receiving special recognition from the jury at "Votre Soutenance en 180 secondes" hosted by L’Association francophone pour le savoir (Acfas). Acfas is a non-profit organization that contributes to the growth of science in Quebec and within the francophone community. Watch Ms.
Earlier this year, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) launched Research for a Better Life: The Storytellers, a competition encouraging Canadian post-secondary students to find innovative ways of communicating how funded research projects about people, behaviour, human thought and culture are beneficial to Canadians – and beyond. The winners will receive $3,000 and the chance to compete for a featured presentation at the next World Social Sciences Forum.