Frequently Asked Questions
Newly Admitted Students- Required Documents
Proof of Citizenship: Incoming students must submit to Service Point all documents to confirm their citizenship. Failure to do this will result in your account being charged international student fees by default: www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/.
Official Transcripts and Proof of Graduation: Incoming students are required to submit to Enrollment Services official transcripts. Students must ensure that their transcripts read that the degree has been completed (this is considered proof of graduation). If the transcript does not state that the degree has been conferred, students must submit a diploma. A degree completed within Quebec should send internally/electronically. If the degree has been completed outside of Quebec, students can send their sealed envelope to Enrollment Services (address listed in the offer letter). If the said university does not provide an English transcript, a translated and notarized transcript should be provided to the university.
Academic Tutorial: All incoming students must complete the Academic Tutorial (Minerva- Student Tab-Academic Tutorial). Failure to complete this will result in a hold put on the student’s account.
Tuition, Student Accounts, Loans and Bursaries
How to look up class schedules and find CRNs for courses:
- STUDENT> Registration Menu> Search Class Schedule
- Select term from the dropdown (e.g. Fall 2015).
- In the SUBJECT area choose the 4 letters in the course name (e.g. EDTL). Scroll to the bottom and click ‘Get Course Sections’.
- You can now look for your course number and you can see the CRN# for each section offered.
How to add/drop a course:
- Under the Student menu, choose “registration” and then the “Quick Add” menu
- Enter all your CRNs on the same worksheet, and click “submit"
Students can view their unofficial transcript in Minerva> STUDENT> Student Records Menu> View Your Unofficial Transcript
Graduation and Convocation
You can visit the Convocation website for more information on the ceremony.
Issues of Equity and Diversity for DISE
Andrea Nguyen –Graduate Certificate TESL Program Coordinator
gctesl.education [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Information%20GCTESL)
514-398-4527 Ext. 094476
Dr. Caroline Riches – Graduate Certificate TESL Graduate Program Director
caroline.riches [at] mcgill.ca
Program information is organized for two distinct groups:
Prospective Students Currently Registered