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Welcome to McGill’s Global Gateway

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McGill is a leading global university located in Montreal, Canada. We strive to further internationalization by building a strong global community of partners to support academics and research both in Canada and abroad.

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We build strong partnerships with world-class institutions to create opportunities for students, faculty and researchers.

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Global Impact




We create impact across the globe.

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Tools for Faculty and Staff

We are here to help you propose a partnership agreement, apply for select funding opportunities, and welcome visitors to campus.

Visit the Staff Toolkit for online resources.

International Visitor Request Form

Building Partnerships Worldwide: At McGill University, we believe in the power of academic collaboration without borders. Let us work to create a greener, brighter future, together.

Global Engagement Opportunities for faculty, students and staff


Canadian International Development Scholarships 2030 (BCDI 2030)

Next call for proposals will launch April 4, 2024

Universities Canada is pleased to announce that the BCDI 2030 program will be launching its second call for proposals for scholarship projects for studies in Canada.

Each university can submit one proposal for a scholarship project, in partnership with a higher education institution in one of the 26 eligible countries. Study projects in Canada are for a maximum of four years and must be implemented between 2024 and 2028.

Post-secondary institutions that received funding in BCDI 2030’s first call for proposals for scholarship projects are eligible for funding in this second call but must submit a proposal for a new project in a different field and/or with a different partner.

Visit www.bcdi2030.ca in April for more information and updates.

McGill University is on land which long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. We acknowledge and thank the diverse Indigenous people whose footsteps have marked this territory on which peoples of the world now gather.

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