Study Away and Exchange
All McGill students who take courses at another university as part of a McGill Exchange or an approved Independent Study Away must first have the courses assessed using the Course Equivalency System (https://nimbus-ssl.mcgill.ca/exsa/search/searchEquivalency).
Students must then list the courses they plan to take at the host university on the Minerva Transfer Credit Assessment Form.
If students plan to use a course toward their Psychology program, it is recommended that they meet with Paola Carvajal, the Academic Advisor in the Psychology Department (please see link for drop-in hours: https://mcgill.ca/psychology/undergraduate). Students should use the psychology program checklists (see link: https://mcgill.ca/psychology/undergraduate/programs-study) to go over their program requirements and confirm that the courses can count towards their program.
For students in the Faculty of Arts, please view the following Arts OASIS webpages: Study Abroad (https://mcgill.ca/oasis/away), Plan and Prepare (https://mcgill.ca/oasis/away/plan-prepare), Transfer Credit Policy (https://mcgill.ca/oasis/away/transfer-credit-policy) and Degree Planning Worksheet for Study Away (https://mcgill.ca/oasis/files/oasis/sa_degree_planning_worksheet.pdf).
For students in the Faculties of Science and Arts & Science, please view the following SOUSA webpage: Study Away (including Exchanges) (https://mcgill.ca/science/student/general/studyaway).