McGill University-School of Continuing Studies
McGill University is a world-renowned university and is made up of 9 faculties and 15 schools which host more than 30% of international students. 3 museums and 3 concert halls are also present on the Campus.
You will be registerd at the School of Continuing Studies. You will attend evening and Saturday classes only.
For the ABS students: you will be allowed to leave for only one semester. You will be registered as an “independent student”.
For ICD certification students: you will have access to the Applied Marketing, Public Relations and Communication Management, General Management programs (programs change every year, please contact us for more information);
Hereunder is the required level of English you will need to justify :
TOEFL IBT 90 (with a minimum of 21 in the 4 sections)
IELTS 6.5 (avec minimum de 6.0 dans les 4 composantes)
To choose classes, you can refer to the catalog below :
By leaving for a whole year and considering that you pass your exams, you will obtain a certificate from McGill University.
You have access to sport facilities : https://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/fr/immigrer-installer/etudiants/index.html
Several services are also available :
an office for religious and spiritual life https://www.mcgill.ca/morsl/
a health service https://www.mcgill.ca/wellness-hub/
Considered as the second most populated city in Canada, Montreal is a dynamic city, economically and culturally, and it is known for its events and festivals.
Good to know
You will need to plan fees at your own expenses :
• General Administrative Charge : CAD$49.62
• Career Advising & Transition Fee : CAD$15
• McGill Writing Center : CAD$1.5
• Athletics & Recreation Fee : CAD$135.31
• Student Services Fees : CAD$190.75
TOTAL : CAD$392.18
This information is provided as a guide.
Please visit the partner university’s website to have exact updated information.
Required TOEFL score : 550
ABS : 2nd, 3rd, 4th year
ICD : PGE 3rd, 5th year, for a complete year
Resume (in English)
Covering letter (in English)
TOEFL score certificate or equivalent
Additional documents will be required according to the destination
Lectures start : mid-September
End of lectures and exams : early December
Lectures start : early January
End of lectures and exams : mid-April
ID Card or passport (compulsory for destinations outside the EU) valid for six months after your return date.
No VISA required for all study stays shorter than 6 months. The European students must however apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization. The ETA can be done quickly online. You will need your passport and a credit card.
Exchange students are not allowed to work.
more info : https://www.canada.ca/fr/services/immigration-citoyennete.html
Other nationalities may need a visa. The processing time is quite fast : 2 to 3 weeks, but it takes time to prepare the application and obtain all requested documents.
• For students from Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Romania and Sweden, either subscribe to the university’s insurance for CA $ 324 for 4 months, or you can follow the procedures with your Health Insurance Fund. You must ask for the SE 401 Q 106 form.
• For students from other countries: you must take out university insurance.
more info : https://www.ameli.fr/seine-et-marne/assure/droits-demarches/europe-international/etudes-etranger
You will have the possibility to stay at McGill’s residences https://www.mcgill.ca/students/housing/residence-options or at an independent student residence located 15 minutes away by foot from McGill : http://www.evomontreal.com/