They come from Antigua to Zimbabwe, and almost every country in between.
Our MBA program prides itself on pairing its global outlook with an international student population. Over half of our MBA students come from abroad. Their experience informs our classroom approach in advancing management education, and this multiculturalism builds a campus culture unique among Canada's MBA programs.
With the range of international clubs and services at McGill and Montreal's own diverse population, international students can rest assured that they will be embraced through the university's worldwide presence and the city's charm.
International students may want to consult the following list of funding opportunities. This listing is not exhaustive and we encourage prospective students to consult their home countries for more information.
Fundação Estudar, Caixa postal 11.237, CEP:05422-970, São Paulo-SP, Brasil
Quebec must develop a clear strategy to make it a destination of choice for international students, if it wants to increase its capacity for productivity and innovation. That is the message Heather Munroe-Blum, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of McGill University, delivered at a lunchtime conference of the Conseil des relations internationales de Montréal (CORIM).