McGill University

Montreal, Ontario

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Location and size of the school

McGill's main campus is located in downtown Montreal at the foot of Mount Royal. The city of Montreal has 4.1 million residents while McGill is home to 39,988 students. Main attractions include the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Molson Stadium and Mount Royal (of course!).
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Bioresource Engineering (Unique Program!)

Studies:

  • “The challenge of sustaining the Earth’s natural resources”

Utilizes:

  • Engineering

  • Design

  • Biological sciences

  • Construction


To create solutions to this challenge
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Music (Unique Program!)

Offers study in musical areas such as:

  • Jazz

  • Opera

  • Orchestra

  • Contemporary

Linguistics

Studies:

  • Structure of languages

  • How people use languages

  • How languages change

  • Language relation to region and social identity

Political Science - International Relations

Studies:

Relationships between countries

  • Globalization

  • State sovereignty

  • International security

  • Ecological sustainability

  • Nuclear proliferation

  • Etc.

Political Theory

Studies:

  • Moral and political philosophy

Management

This is part of their business program, you will get a Bachelor of Commerce once you complete the program.

  • 94.3 % overall;

  • 85% in each math in Top 6

  • 4U English or French;

  • 4U Calculus and Vectors

Architecture

Studies:

  • The creation of space

  • The creation of other aesthetically pleasing environments


Utilizes concepts from art, science and technology to do so.

  • 90% overall

  • 85% in each math and science in Top 6

  • 4U English or French;

  • 4U Calculus and Vectors;

  • 4U Physics; 4U Chemistry

Arts and Science

Studies:

  • Disciplines in both faculties

  • The connection between the faculties

  • 89% overall;

  • 82% in each English or French

  • 85% in each math and science in Top 6

  • 4U English or French;

  • 4U Calculus and Vectors; two of 4U Biology, Chemistry or Physics

Arab Women's Literature

Studies:

  • Gender and genre

  • Feminism (Arab context)

  • Postcolonial theories and methods

Animal Communication

Studies:

  • Behavioral ecology

  • Psychology

  • Physiology

  • Physics


To explain how and why different animals communicate