How to Apply

We admit on a  rolling basis so APPLY NOW!

Step 1

  • Complete the Personal Information Form and upload your Curriculum Vitae. Once we confirm your eligibility, you will receive an email inviting you to apply formally. (See Application Step 2)

Step 2

  • Submit your application on uApply. On the application interface the program is stated as: MM International Practising Mgmt Health Sect (Non-Thesis). The application fee is payable by credit card when you submit the application. After McGill receives your application, an email will be sent to you with your ID number.

  • Upload transcripts to uApply
    Upload one university-level transcript and list it on your application. The transcript must include courses and grades for each year attended.  All supporting documents must be uploaded directly to uApply, as a PDF document. Read instructions on how to upload supporting documents.

Please note that the start term is Summer 2018. 

Final Step

  • We will contact you for an interview once you have made formal application to the program. We can do this in our offices, by phone or by Skype.


Contact us

Leslie Breitner and Liz Branco

If you have any difficulty with this process, please don't hesitate to contact us: +1 514 398-8811 or info.imhl [at] (subject: IMHL%20Admissions) .

Once you are offered admission:

​​In order to accept the offer, the candidate must log onto uApply and pay a non-refundable deposit of CAD $2,500. Should you be sponsored, your tuition deposit will be refunded once the sponsorship contract has been received and finalized with McGill University. For any questions, please contact us at info.imhl [at]

Please have each university you attended send us official transcripts in sealed envelopes directly to our office. Academic records must include a list of courses and grades for each year of study, verifying conferral of degree(s). If your transcripts are in a language other than English or French, you must provide transcripts in their original language along with official translations in English or French, listing courses and grades for each year of study, and verifying conferral of degree(s).

International Masters for Health Leadership
Attn: Elizabeth Branco
McGill University
1001 Sherbrooke St. West, Suite 640
Montreal, Quebec Canada, H3A 1G5

Note: It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that his/her file is complete.


To international students:

Upon acceptance we will send instructions for obtaining the required Study Permits from the Province of Quebec (CAQ) and the Canadian government. Some countries are subject to additional requirements for Study Permits such as a medical examination.

McGill University reserves the right to make changes to the information contained herein, and in any other McGill documents, without prior notice.



IMHL has an alliance with the Canadian College of Health Leaders.