The Schulich School of Music supports a number of organizations which may be linked to directly.
Music Undergraduate Students Association (MUSA)
The M.U.S.A. stands for the Music Undergraduate Students' Association of McGill University, of which all Undergraduate Music Students are members.
Music Education Undergraduate Students' Association (MEDUSA)
The Music Education Undergraduate Students' Association exists to provide services to strengthen the educational, cultural, environmental, political and social conditions of our membership, as well as to facilitate interaction between members and professionals in the field of Music Education. MEdUSA represents all of the students in the BMus/BEd program. The council, consisting of seven positions, promotes the welfare of their student population by providing solutions for course selection and scheduling conflicts, organizing annual social events, and providing fun and educational workshops, some of which are mentored by members of the QBA (Quebec Band Association). MEdUSA also helps students create a circle of contacts with current band teachers in the Montreal region, recently graduated McGill student teachers and music alumni, and current staff and peers at McGill as well as making them aware of job opportunities in the area. MEdUSA works hard in order for students in music education to have the best experience while studying at McGill University.
Music Graduate Students' Society
The M.G.S.S. is the McGill University Music Graduate Students' Society, which all Music Graduate Students are members of.
Students' Society of McGill University
The Student Society of McGill University is an organization to which all McGill undergraduate students belong. You can visit it by clicking here.
Post-Graduate Students' Society
This is a society to which all graduate students at McGill belong. You can visit it by clicking here.
McGill Summer Organ Academy
Visit the website here
McGill Audio Engineering Society (Student Chapter)
The Audio Engineering Society, now in its fifth decade, is the only professional society dedicated exclusively to audio technology. Its membership of leading engineers, scientists, and other authorities, has increased dramatically throughout the world, greatly boosting the society's stature and that of its members, in a truly symbiotic relationship.
The AES serves its members, the industry and the public, by stimulating and facilitating advances in the constantly changing field of audio. It encourages and disseminates new developments through annual technical meetings and exhibitions of professional equipment, and through the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, the professional archival publication in the audio industry.
AES sections serve members in 41 concentrated geographical areas throughout the world. Sections in Australia, Canada, Europe, Japan, Mexico, South America, and the United States hold meetings regularly for the dissemination of the most current audio information. Liberal interchange of section meeting data keeps all sections abreast of new developments internationally. This give-and-take among sections is vital to an informed worldwide membership and offers a distinct advantage to those industry personnel who are members. AES members within the area of a particular section automatically receive notice of such meetings. The sections also provide fertile ground for developing new officers in the society through service at the local level.