MCLL - McGill Community for Lifelong Learning

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MCLL is for people who want to continue learning for the joy of it, and who wish to share their knowledge, ideas, experience and interests with others. No exams or grades to worry about, and no age limits! The result is a rich and dynamic learning environment.

About MCLL

Based on a peer-learning concept, small study groups are led by our volunteer moderators. The informal small-group approach makes our programs accessible. There are four terms to a year. Fall, winter and spring are 10-week terms with a complete program of study groups, lectures, workshops, outings and social activities. A lighter program is presented, on Wednesdays only, in the summer. The study groups and lectures are usually given in English.

The MCLL Difference

Peer learning and active participation are two cornerstones of the curriculum of the McGill Community for Lifelong Learning (MCLL). These principles differentiate its programs from traditional university courses and classes. The form of participation varies according to the subject matter and the approach chosen by the moderator. The level of involvement can range from questions and discussion to advance preparation/research and presentations to the class.


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