Undergraduate Research Opportunities
McGill is a research-intensive university and research is therefore a cornerstone of undergraduate science education. Most Bachelor of Science students take part in research during their undergraduate studies, and there are many undergraduate research opportunities at McGill, in affiliated hospitals, at other universities, and in the field. Many of these are organized through formal courses or programs organized by the Faculty of Science or its departments. For more information, see the following:
- Research Project Courses
- "396" Undergraduate Research Project Courses
- Undergraduate Student Research Awards – such as the Tri-Agency USRA and SURA programs
- Undergraduate Poster Showcase
- Getting Involved in Research as an Undergraduate
- Dean's Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research List – see description in University Regulations and Resources > Undergraduate > Graduation > Graduation Honours > Faculty of Science Dean's Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research List.
Because internships and field study programs may include a research component, please also refer to: Science Internships and Field Studies.