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Webinaires pour les étudiants de premier cycle

Learning at McGill

Date: le jeudi 16 novembre à 10h00 (HNE, heure de Montréal)

Langue : anglais

Cible: les étudiants de premier cycle

You’ve made it to McGill! This is a huge accomplishment for you and all your peers. Maybe you’re used to a straight-A average, but now, so is everyone around you! And things can get competitive. What does it mean to hit the books at one of the top universities in the world? What happens if that first graded assignment you get back isn’t so hot? How do you balance your GPA and your well-being? We’ve assembled a student panel of experts to help you navigate academic culture at McGill.

 

Course Registration

Date: le mardi 21 novembre à 8h30 (HNE, heure de Montréal)

Langue : anglais

Cible: les étudiants de premier cycle

This online session is designed to introduce you to course registration and McGill, walk you through the schedule-building process, and give you some tips and tricks to help the process go smoothly.

PDF icon Presentation slides: Course Registration

 

Inscription aux cours

Date: le mercredi 22 novembre à 13h00 (HNE, heure de Montréal)

Langue : français

Cible: les étudiants de premier cycle

Cette session en ligne a pour but de vous présenter l'inscription aux cours et McGill, de vous guider dans le processus de création d'un emploi du temps et de vous donner quelques conseils et astuces pour faciliter le processus.

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What I Wish I'd Known

Date: le lundi 27 novembre à 10h00 (HNE, heure de Montréal)

Langue : anglais

Cible: les étudiants de premier cycle

The "What I Wish I Had Known As a First-Year" webinar is an opportunity to learn about life at McGill from upper-year students. From this student panel, you'll hear tips and honest advice they wish they had received when they were once in your shoes! Have a question? The webinar will feature multiple Q&A opportunities for you to ask students who have been through it all!

Renting in Montreal

Date: le mardi 28 novembre 2023 à 9h00 (HNE, heure de Montréal)

Langue : anglais

Cible: les étudiants de premier cycle et de cycles supérieurs

This webinar will help new students learn how best to begin searching for an apartment in Montreal. This will provide an overview on your rights as a tenant and a glimpse into what to expect while living in Montreal.

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Accessing MTL Healthcare

Date : le mardi 5 décembre à 9h00

Langue : anglais

Cible: Les étudiants de premier cycle et de cycles supérieurs

In this webinar, we will review the different types of health insurance coverage as they apply to Quebec, out of province, and international students at McGill. We'll explore your physical and mental healthcare options both on and off campus, including virtual care services.

 

Know Your (Legal and Student) Rights

Langue : anglais

Cible: Les étudiants de premier cycle et de cycles supérieurs

In this 60-minute workshop on legal literacy, students will learn about housing rights, student rights (with respect to McGill policies), and employment rights. They will explore different scenarios, and their legal rights within each scenario. By the end of the workshop, participants should be better equipped to advocate for themselves.

 

Coming to Montreal, As Me

Langue : anglais Cible: les étudiants de premier cycle et de cycles supérieurs

In this panel discussion, current McGill students tell their stories of coming to Canada, to Montreal, to McGill, and their own expectations, challenges, and surprises in their journey. These personal stories representing diverse and intersectional perspectives will provide insights and information on how to prepare for your own journey that is just about to begin!

Webinaires pour les étudiants de cycles supérieurs

Intro to Grad Studies

Langue : anglais
Cible : Les étudiants de cycles supérieurs

Join your Campus Life & Engagement Graduate Orientation Team for a comprehensive introduction to graduate studies at McGill. Topics include graduate policies and timelines, the supervisory relationship, resources tailored to support grad student success, and an introduction to the McGill graduate community.

PDF icon Presentation Slides: Intro to Grad Studies

Renting in Montreal

Langue : anglais
Cible : Les étudiants de premier cycle et de cycles supérieurs

This webinar will help new students learn how best to begin searching for an apartment in Montreal. This will provide an overview on your rights as a tenant and a glimpse into what to expect while living in Montreal.

PDF icon Presentation slides: Renting in Montreal

Budgeting & Expense Planning

Date: Le vendredi 1er décembre à 9h00 (HNE, heure de Montréal)
Langue : anglais
Cible : Les étudiants de cycles supérieurs

This webinar primarily focuses on how to create and maintain a reasonable budget given your income level. It covers the main pitfalls of improper budgeting and will show you ways to stay on track. Learn how to effectively monitor and cut costs using various free online tools and apps and how to automate your savings. Join us for this webinar brought to you by the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada to learn how small changes in your daily spending can lead to major savings.

Note: This webinar is also relevant for international students & newcomers to Canada as it covers many of the basics about the different types of bank accounts available to you.

PDF icon Presentation slides: Budgeting & Expense Planning

Grad Health 101

Date: le lundi 4 décembre à 9h00 (HNE, heure de Montréal)
Langue : anglais
Cible : les étudiants de cycles supérieurs

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Jointly presented by Health Commissioner of the Post-Graduate Students' Society and McGill's Local Wellness Advisor for Graduate Students, this webinar will introduce you to health and wellness services and resources provided specifically for graduate students. Learn more about the PGSS health Insurance plan and more!

Accessing MTL Healthcare

Date: le mardi 5 décembre à 9h00 (HNE, heure de Montréal)
Langue : anglais
Cible : Les étudiants de premier cycle et de cycles supérieurs

In this webinar, we will review the different types of health insurance coverage as they apply to Quebec, out of province, and international students at McGill. We'll explore your physical and mental healthcare options both on and off campus, including virtual care services.

Getting Involved as Grad Students

Le vendredi 8 décembre à 9h00 (HNE, heure de Montréal)
Langue : anglais
Cible : Les étudiants de premier cycle et de cycles supérieurs

In this webinar, we will review the different types of health insurance coverage as they apply to Quebec, out of province, and international students at McGill. We'll explore your physical and mental healthcare options both on and off campus, including virtual care services.

Know Your (Legal and Student) Rights

Langue : anglais
Cible : les étudiants de premier cycle et de cycles supérieurs

In this 60-minute workshop on legal literacy, students will learn about housing rights, student rights (with respect to McGill policies), and employment rights. They will explore different scenarios, and their legal rights within each scenario. By the end of the workshop, participants should be better equipped to advocate for themselves.

PDF icon Voir le PDF: Know Your (Legal and Student) Rights

Getting Started with Supervision

Langue : anglais
Cible : Les étudiants de cycles supérieurs

Wondering how to establish a healthy relationship between you and your supervisor? Join us for this presentation and learn about the importance of the supervisory relationship and the impact it can have on your graduate experience. We will discuss strategies for clarifying expectations, establishing good communication, and reaching out for help should you need support.

PDF icon Voir le PDF: Getting Started with Supervision

Academic Culture for Grads

Langue : anglais
Cible : Les étudiants internationaux de cycles supérieurs

Use this workshop to prepare for academic culture in North America (and specifically at McGill) in this helpful session addressing cultural differences and opportunities in the classroom.

Please Note: This webinar is intended for international students.

Coming to Montreal, As Me

Langue : anglais
Cible : Les étudiants de premier cycle et de cycles supérieurs

In this panel discussion, current McGill students tell their stories of coming to Canada, to Montreal, to McGill, and their own expectations, challenges, and surprises in their journey. These personal stories representing diverse and intersectional perspectives will provide insights and information on how to prepare for your own journey that is just about to begin!

PDF icon Voir le PDF: Coming to Montreal, As Me

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