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Meet the Dean of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

Dr. Josephine Nalbantoglu, McGill graduate and former director of the Integrated Program in Neuroscience, is the Dean of GPS. Learn more about Dr. Nalbantoglu here.

 

McGill's 2016 Vanier / Banting Recipients

GPS is thrilled to announce this year’s Vanier and Banting scholars. Read about recipients of these prestigious Vanier scholarships and Banting fellowships

CONACYT agreement

During the Mexican president’s state visit to Canada on June 27, 2016, McGill signed an agreement for the establishment of graduate fellowships with the National Council for Science and Technology of the United Mexican States (CONACYT). The agreement aims at attracting Mexican students to pursue graduate studies at Canada’s leading research-intensive university.

Trudeau Doctoral Recipient

Anna Dion, graduate student in Family Medicine, is the recipient of the Trudeau Doctoral Scholarship. She is seeking to improve the quality and access to maternity care for marginalized women in Canada, especially immigrant and refugee women, and at-risk adolescents. 

Read more about her research.

McGill tops Maclean's 2017 Medical Doctoral ranking

For the 12th year in a row, Maclean's magazine has ranked McGill as the top university in Canada among institutions with medical schools and a broad range of PhD programs.

Read more

MERS: McGill Engineering Research Showcase

The Dean of GPS, Dr. Josephine Nalbantoglu discusses an Engineering graduate student's poster presentation at the fourth annual McGill Engineering Research Showcase(MERS) held by the Faculty of Engineering.

McGill Startup Space

Entrepreneurial graduate students featured in a McGill Reporter article about McGill startups. 

Epic Theses Archive

After four years’ work and more than a million pages scanned, the McGill Library has completed a massive project to digitize every single McGill thesis and dissertation in its print-only collection.

Explore the fascinating highlights of 135 years of scholarship.

Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

Welcome to McGill's Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (GPS) website. Whether you're a current graduate student, a postdoctoral researcher, or a member of the University's faculty or staff and involved in graduate studies and postdoctoral scholarship, our goal is to ensure that you have all the tools and info you need to make your experience an unbridled success.

Explore this site to find details about thesis guidelines, funding opportunities, supervision, and much more.

Haven't applied yet or just received your offer? Check out the links below for the info you're looking for.

Graduate programs

Graduate programsWith more than 400 graduate programs to choose from, you're sure to find the one that's right for you.

Prospective students

Prospective studentsInterested in studying at McGill? Visit Future Graduate Students for instructions on how to apply and the reasons we think you should.

New students

New studentsJust received your offer from McGill? Congratulations! Check out Grad Welcome for everything you need to get started.