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Campus view from the main entrance of the Arts Building


COVID-19 Update:
As a result of the Quebec government’s advisory to close all schools and universities, and cease non-essential mass gatherings, we are obligated to cancel our campus tour programming until June 5, 2020. We sincerely regret not being able to share the campus tour experience with you, and apologize for the inconvenience this decision may cause you. Given the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation, it is in the best interests of all to cancel on campus events at this time. If you are considering travelling to Montreal after June 5, and have not yet made travel arrangements, we recommend that you do not book travel at this time. 

Join the virtual wave


While we wait for the world to reopen and the opportunity to meet you at your school or during a fair, we are offering virtual sessions for you to learn more about McGill and Montreal. Our sessions will provide overviews of programs, admission requirements, campus opportunities, and city life. 

Join us online for information sessions, a virtual campus tour, and more! 

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Visit our campuses


You’ll find McGill’s downtown campus in the heart of Montreal—in between its main shopping and business district and one of its largest, liveliest parks. A stunning mix of historic buildings, modern architecture and expansive green spaces, it’s easy to see why Travel+Leisure Magazine named ours one of the 16 most beautiful university campuses in the world. But it’s not all about style—we’ve got the substance to back it up. From state-of-the art labs to world-class sound recording studios, our facilities are the perfect complement to our top-tier teaching.


Located 36 kilometers west of downtown in the picturesque town of Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Macdonald campus is home to the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition. Spanning more than 1,600 acres of beautiful waterfront property, and home to about 2,000 students, it features bike paths and ski trails alongside computerized greenhouses, culinary laboratories, working farms, and so much more.

Getting to campus


Downtown campus:

845 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec

You can reach our downtown campus by public transit (McGill metro station or by bus), by bike, or on foot. If you bring a car, parking on campus is limited. Please be prepared to park off campus.                                                                                               


Macdonald campus:

21111 Lakeshore Road, Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec

The Macdonald campus, home to the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition, is located on the western tip of the Island of Montreal. Please contact us for more information about visiting.

Getting to Montreal


You’ll land at Trudeau International Airport (aka Dorval). You can get downtown with either the public transit 747 bus or by taxi (flat rate to downtown zone). You can also pick-up a rental car at the airport.


You’ll arrive at the Gare Centrale with either VIA Rail or Amtrak. This station is linked to public transit.


You’ll arrive at the Gare d’autocars de Montréal. Take either public transit or a taxi to campus.

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