Newly admitted BCom students

Congratulations!

You’ve joined the ranks of top undergraduate business students from around the world at Canada’s premier BCom Program!

Step 1: Determine your Admit TypeSelect your admit type from the list below.
Step 2: Registration Dates, Issues and ElectivesFind out when registration begins, registration errors & non-management electives. 
Step 3: Remember there is a Course Change PeriodYou will be able to change your courses during add/drop until September 17
Step 4: Verify your Course RegistrationSubmit your course registration form for an adviser to verify.
Step 5: Complete Sexual Violence Education TutorialYou must complete the Mandatory Sexual Violence Tutorial before the end of your first term.
Step 6: Attend OrientationInformation for Parents and New Students
Step 7: Attend Your Mandatory First-Year Advising AppointmentYou will be contacted in September/October to book this appointment.

Student Resources

There are many things to consider when starting your first year of university here at McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management. Among these are: where to live, which courses to take, what services are available, and how to get involved.

Academics

BCom Program Information 

Information on Majors, Concentration, Minors and more.


Language Courses & Placement tests 

East Asian LanguagesFrenchGerman, Hispanic, Italian, Russian Studies

 

Étudiants francophones

De nombreux services sont offerts en français.  L’Adjointe aux étudiants francophones de première année, Mme Manon Lemelin tâche de faciliter votre adaptation à la vie universitaire.


Office for Students with Disabilities

The OSD works with students who have documented disabilities, mental health issues, chronic health conditions, or other impairments. 

University Student Services

McGill Student Housing

The McGill housing website is a one-stop shop for everything you need to know about student housing both on campus and off.


Scholarships and Student Aid 

Find all the resources and advice you need to help pay for university, from step-by-step guides on how to apply for funding to information on how to budget effectively.


International Student Services 

Immigration, Health Insurance, Study Permits


First People's House 

First Peoples’ House strives to provide a 'home away from home' for First Nations, Inuit and Métis students at McGill University.

Student Engagement

Campus Life & Engagement

(CL&E) is a member of Student Services and supports students at the different stages in their life at McGill. 


Management Undergraduate Society 

 It is the responsibility of the MUS executive to protect the interests of its shareholders (BCom students) and to proactively improve the student experience at Desautels.


Skills 21

SKILLS21 aims to provide flexible opportunities and support for McGill undergraduate students in the development of 21st century skills, values, and attitudes.