Legal Documents: What Documents Does McGill Need from You?
Follow the instructions in the first row of this table that apply to you. Send clear, legible copies of documents (not originals).
|Quebec and Canadian Out-of-Province Students|
|You have applied to McGill directly from CEGEP or you already have a student record at McGill|
|You have applied to McGill from another Quebec university||
|You were born in Quebec|
|You were born in (or are a Landed Immigrant from) a Canadian province other than Quebec||
|You are a Quebec resident as defined by one of the other situations outlined by the Government of Quebec||
|You will be studying at McGill for less than six months (i.e., for only one academic semester) as a non-degree student (e.g., Exchange, Special, Visiting)|
|You will be in Canada for more than six months (i.e., you are enrolled in a degree, certificate, or diploma program, usually for two or more consecutive academic semesters)|
Exemption from the out-of-province or international supplement tuition fees is possible for students in any of the following three categories, as authorized by the Government of Quebec:
- French Course Fee Exemptions – Non-Quebec Canadian and international students are automatically assessed fees for certain eligible French courses at the Quebec tuition rate (note exclusions as listed at www.mcgill.ca/student-accounts/tuition-fees/general-information/tuition-fee-exemptions).
Out-of-province Tuition Supplement Exemptions
– Non-Quebec Canadian students in the following categories are exempted from out-of-province tuition supplements (details at www.mcgill.ca/student-accounts/tuition-fees/general-information/tuition-fee-exemptions):
- Students in a Ph.D. program
- Students in a Post-Graduate Medical Education program: Medical Residents, Clinical Fellows, Clinical Research Fellows, Research Fellows
- Students registered full-time in the Masters in French (Maîtrise en français). The exemption begins at the moment the student registers in the program, without retroactive effect.
International Students Eligible for Fee Exemptions Based on Legal Status in Canada
– Students with one of the following statuses may be exempt from International Supplements (certain categories may be assessed at the Canadian tuition rate; full details regarding eligibility criteria are listed at www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/exemption):
- Citizens of France
- Citizens of certain countries with an agreement with the Government of Quebec
- Diplomatic, consular or other representatives of international organizations
- Convention refugees
- Students awaiting permanent residency in Canada and holding an eligible CSQ
- Students whose spouse or unmarried students whose parent holds a Temporary Work Permit in Canada
- Students funded by the FRSQ (Fonds de la recherche en santé du Québec)
These exemptions lower your fees to the Quebec rate of tuition. More detailed information for the categories listed above are available at www.mcgill.ca/student-accounts/tuition-fees/general-information/tuition-fee-exemptions as well as at www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/exemption.
Note that this information may be subject to change.