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Guidelines and Policies You must inform yourself of University rules and regulations and keep abreast of any changes that may occur. The Guidelines and Policies section of this publication contains important details required by students during their studies...
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Academic Accommodation of Pregnant Students and Students Caring for Dependants McGill acknowledges the particular challenges facing you as a pregnant student and/or as a student caring for a dependant. McGill supports you in your desire to further your...
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Failure Policy in Graduate Studies Purpose This policy specifies conditions under which graduate students will be withdrawn from the University due to unsatisfactory standing resulting from failed courses and/or unsatisfactory Graduate Student Research...
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Graduate Student Research Progress Tracking Research Progress Reporting for Doctoral Students1.1. At least annually, there must be a progress tracking meeting at which objectives for the upcoming year are established and prior progress recorded and...
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Graduate Student Supervision Principles1.1. Supervision is a recognised aspect of the academic duty of teaching. 1.2. Supervision involves responsibilities on the part of both the supervisor and supervisee. Supervisors and Supervisory Committees2...
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Graduate Studies Reread Policy This policy applies only in the case of marks given for written work in 600- and 700-level courses. For 500-level courses and below, the reread policy of the appropriate undergraduate faculty applies. This policy covers exams...
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Guideline on Hours of Work In order to maintain full-time status, a graduate student should not work more than 180 hours per term over 15 weeks with 12 hours per week. Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last updated Feb....
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Language Policy The main language of instruction at McGill is English. You have the right to write essays, examinations, and theses in English or in French except in courses where knowledge of a language is one of the objectives of the course. If you need to improve...
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Leave of Absence Status Graduate and Postdoctoral Leave of Absence Policy Graduate and Postdoctoral Leave of Absence Policy A leave of absence may be granted for reasons such as: maternity or parenting personal or family health...
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Ph.D. Comprehensives Policy Preamble All doctoral programs at McGill require candidates to pass a comprehensive examination or set of examinations or equivalent, such as qualifying examinations, preliminary examinations, candidacy papers, comprehensive...
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Admission of Former Graduate Students Students who have reached time limitation, who have officially withdrawn from the University by submitting a Withdrawal Form, or who are not currently registered are eligible to be considered for readmission into their...
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Time Limitation Candidates for master's degrees must complete the degree within three years of initial registration. If the degree is pursued strictly on a less-than-full-time basis, it must be completed within five years of initial registration, after...
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University Student Assessment Policy The University Student Assessment Policy includes all disparate policies with regard to all types of student assessments. This policy is meant to protect students from excessive workloads, and to ensure that all students...
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Graduate Studies at a Glance Graduate and Postdoctoral Degrees Offered by Faculty Graduate and Postdoctoral Degrees Offered by Faculty McGill...
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Graduate Admissions and Application Procedures Website: mcgill.ca/gradapplicants Contact: mcgill.ca/gradapplicants/contact-us Deadline: Admission to McGill, to study at the graduate level, is competitive; accordingly, late applications are considered...
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Fellowships, Awards, and Assistantships Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Graduate Funding James Administration Building, Room 400 845 Sherbrooke Street West Montreal QC H3A 0G4 Email: graduatefunding.gps [at] mcgill.ca Website: mcgill.ca/gps/funding The...
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Research Policy and Guidelines Students and postdoctoral fellows must inform themselves of University rules and regulations and keep abreast of any changes that may occur. The Research Policy and Guidelines section of this publication contains important...
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Regulation on the Conduct of Research Please refer to the Regulation on the Conduct of Research available at mcgill.ca/secretariat/policies-and-regulations. Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last updated Apr. 1, 2021) (...
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Regulations Concerning the Investigation of Research Misconduct Please refer to the Regulations Concerning the Investigation of Research Misconduct available at mcgill.ca/secretariat/policies-and-regulations. Consult also mcgill.ca/research/about/integrity...
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Requirements for Research Involving Human Subjects Please refer to the Ethics and Compliance website for information on policies and procedures for conducting research involving human participants: mcgill.ca/research/research/compliance/human....

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