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Dean’s Message

Dean’s Message to Students in the School of Continuing Studies

McGill’s School of Continuing Studies, in downtown Montreal, is committed to transforming lives through life-long experiential learning based on McGill University’s world class-research and scholarship. Whether you are new or visiting the country or city, a local Montrealer, a remote or online learner, we offer a wide range of career and life-enriching offerings to help you learn and thrive.

When you join the School as a learner, you immediately gain access to the University's advisors for any questions you might have regarding our academic and support services. You will be able to access McGill’s networks, resources and be part of diverse communities. Thanks to our generous donors, some scholarships and bursaries may be available as well.

Explore the latest practices and technologies through the format that best suits your needs, informed by the latest standards of professional practice. Our Career Advising and Transitions team is standing by to help you navigate your career paths and achieve your professional ambitions before, during and after your formal education.

Check out the wide variety of professional certificates and diplomas, as well as language and translation programs available designed to meet requirements of many professions. The McGill Writing Centre's courses and tutorials help you master essential skills in written communication. At the McGill School of Continuing Studies, you are never too old to learn and can tap into great mentors, thanks to the peer learning McGill Community for Lifelong Learning.

Whatever your goals, I invite you to join us for an exciting and rewarding journey of lifelong learning.

Carola Weil, Ph.D

Dean of Continuing Studies, McGill University

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last updated Apr. 22, 2021) (disclaimer)
School of Continuing Studies—2021-2022 (last updated Apr. 22, 2021) (disclaimer)
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