McGill offers various resources to support you in achieving your academic potential. If you need help refining your academic writing skills or are looking for a tutor, check out of our list of academic resources. Looking to improve your study skills or fine tune your time management techniques, check out McGill’s SKILLS 21 workshops.
Studying at another university is an opportunity which can enrich your undergraduate education and provide you with a chance for personal growth. Consult the Study Away website for details.
The Faculty of Arts Internship Program enables students to expand their horizons and engage in meaningful collaborations with corporate and community organizations around the world. Consult the Arts Internships website for details.
The Arts Undergraduate Research Internship Award (ARIA) supports undergraduate students who undertake research during the summer under the direct supervision of a faculty member. Consult the ARIA website for details.
Consider becoming part of a McGill Mentor Program. These programs facilitate informal out-of-classroom conversations, knowledge-sharing, and network-building between students and staff, faculty, alumni or graduate students, to enrich the University experience for all of its members.
Make the most of your personal and professional development at McGill while gaining practical experience to reach your potential! For ideas on how to connect and engage with YOUR community, explore the opportunities at Co-Curricular Engagement and resources on career development and graduate school preparation. Check out McGill’s SKILLS 21 workshops.