McGill University is a public research university located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The university was founded by a charter issued by King George IV in 1821 and named after James McGill, a Scottish businessman who founded the University's predecessor, McGill University (or simply McGill College) in 1813; In 1885 it was renamed McGill University. McClellan's main campus is located on the slopes of Mount Royal in Montreal, and the second is located 30 kilometers (19 miles) west of the main campus in Saint-Anne-de-Bello. And on the island of Montreal. Along with the University of Toronto, the university is one of only two universities outside the United States to be members of the Association of American Universities and the only Canadian member of the World Economic Forum's Global University Leaders' Forum (GULF). McGill holds the overall entry standards of any Canadian university and offers degrees and diplomas in more than 300 disciplines.
The mission of McGill University is to provide the best education in learning and information development and dissemination, and to serve the community by meeting the highest international standards through research and educational activities.
McGill University Library supports teaching, learning, research and community service by providing excellent collections, access to the world of information, excellent service and relevant library environment, all customer-centric and sensitive to the needs of the McGill community.
Career Planning Service (CAPS) seminars, personal counseling, a robust job posting service and an extensive career resource center help students search and internships for their career development and permanent, part-time and summer jobs.
Our city complex can be accessed by public transport (McGill metro station or bus), by bicycle or by foot. Parking on campus is prohibited if you have a vehicle. Plan to park outside the campus.
Provide high-quality, easily accessible programs for McGill students on the Downtown and McDonald campuses, facilitating their relocation, re-entry and academic development. We are here to assist students in overcoming the barriers that hinder their ability to have a good and interesting learning experience at McGill in any project.
To improve the quality of student life with the entire university and its various state governments (e.g., Student Leadership, Student Life and Learning Committee, Dean of Students, Ombudsperson for Students, Senate and Committees and Federal Administration).
Canadian undergraduate medical education programs are jointly accredited by the Canadian Medical Schools Accreditation Commission (CACMS) and the Liaison Committee on Medical Education in the United States (LCME). A survey team on behalf of these accredited organizations visits each medical program at least once every eight years.
We acknowledge that students come to us from different ages, social, cultural and other backgrounds, each with their own needs. They may have a wide range of physical and emotional abilities. Students can also be identified as belonging to a gender or sexual orientation spectrum. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but it refers to the diversity of our student body.