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Application Deadlines


International students

Canadian/Permanent Residents


March 1

May 1


July 1

September 1


November 1

January 1


You can apply for a program online. It’s quick, simple and secure.

  1. Choose a program of study.
  2. Review the admission requirements for the program you have selected and gather all necessary documentation.
    Note: All students applying to Career and Professional Development programs must be proficient in English. To be admitted to a graduate level program, you must have an undergraduate degree.
  3. Ensure you have a credit card (Visa or Mastercard) for the non-refundable application fee of $95.90 ($98.43 as of winter 2023). The fee must be paid online to submit your application.

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  4. Upon completing your online application, you will receive a confirmation email with a McGill ID number and a 6-character PIN (Personal Identification Number).
  5. Within 24 - 48 hours after receiving your e-mail confirmation, you can track the status of your application and upload your supporting documents, including transcripts (if applicable), by logging into Minerva (McGill’s online student information system) with your McGill ID and PIN.
  6. Ensure that you have uploaded all required supporting documents, as per the admission requirements of your chosen program.
  7. Once your file has been reviewed and a final decision has been made, admitted students will receive a Letter of Admission confirming the program that you have been admitted to, along with registration instructions. You can then register for your courses online during the appropriate registration period.


International Students

Don’t wait till the last minute!

Get started well in advance with all aspects of your application. Because of the time it can take to request and process documents such as transcripts, visas, study permits, or Certificate of Acceptance of Quebec (CAQ), you should not delay in getting started with the application process. For more information, please refer to the International Students section.
Graduate students who have received a degree from a university outside of Canada are responsible for having their degree evaluated for equivalency by Immigration Quebec.

Applying to First Nations and Inuit Programs in Education

Please contact the First Nations and Inuit Education' Admissions Office at 514-398-4533 before applying.


Sending Transcripts

If transcripts are required for your application, you will need to have official transcripts sent directly to the School by mail, in a sealed envelope, by the educational institution where you studied, in addition to uploading copies with your supporting documents online. All documents will be retained by McGill.

Send official transcripts for Programs offered by the School of Continuing Studies:
By Postal Mail:
McGill School of Continuing Studies
Client Services – Admissions and Convocation
3465 Durocher, Room 13,
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2X 0A8
Phone: 514-398-6200
admissions.conted [at] mcgill.ca

Send official transcripts for Programs offered by the Faculty of Education to:
McGill Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology
Faculty of Education
3700 McTavish, Suite 614
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 1Y2
Phone: 514-398-4242
ecpinfo.education [at] mcgill.ca

Order your transcripts early. Obtaining transcripts can take time. To ensure everything runs smoothly, order your transcripts from your educational institution as soon as you know whether they are required for your program.

Note: If you studied in Quebec and provided us with your Permanent Code, CEGEP transcripts will automatically be forwarded to McGill.

Your application can only be processed and completed once we have received all the required documents. While you must apply by the deadline date, you may still upload outstanding supporting documents afterwards as they become available. You can also e-mail them directly to the School of Continuing Studies.

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