McGill University, including its Macdonald Campus, is known throughout Canada and around the world for conducting pioneering and innovative research. Consistently cited in top academic journals and in the media, the research conducted at McGill influences scientific and public opinion alike.
At Macdonald, more than one-quarter of our students are graduate students, making the campus a hub for discussion and debate regarding issues of the environment of natural and human-influenced ecosystems, biosciences and bioproducts for the benefit of society, food, food safety, nutrition and health. As a graduate student, you will have the opportunity to work with internationally-recognized professors and carry out leading research in your area of specialization. Graduate programs are offered by all of the academic units on the Macdonald Campus.
Macdonald Campus graduate students have access to the campus’s on-site research centres and research and field stations as well as to a wide range of McGill research facilities.
To see ways Macdonald Campus grad students stay connected, please visit Join the Mac Grad Community.
Macdonald Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
Macdonald-Stewart Building MS2-074
Monday-Friday 8:30-12:00; 12:30-16:30