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|Restrictions:||W&M applicants only|
|Study Abroad Advisor:||Debi DeBacco (email@example.com)||Program Type:||WM Exchange|
|Language of Instruction:||English||Language Requirements:||None|
|Host Institution Website:||http://www.mcgill.ca/||GPA Requirement:||3.0|
|Host Institution:||McGill University||Service Component:||No|
|Credit Type:||Transfer Credit|
McGill University, with its main campus situated in downtown Montreal, is considered one of Canada’s best universities. There are 35,500 students with 20% being international, the highest of any Canadian research university. It is a cosmopolitan institution which hosts students from all over the world. McGill is proud of its wide array of historical figures, such as Ernst Rutherford, famous for his discoveries on radioactivity and the atom’s nucleus, James Naismith, who invented the game of basketball, and Star Trek’s William Shatner. W&M students are able to apply to one of McGill’s faculties (i.e. arts or sciences) but may get permission to take a course outside that area. The main language of instruction at McGill is English, but many content courses are offered in French as well.
The tuition exchange agreement between the College of William & Mary and McGill University allows W&M students to pay their regular tuition and fees to W&M while taking classes at McGill. Students will pay housing, meals and fees on site in Montreal.
Fall Semester (Sept.—Dec.)
Spring Semester (Jan.— May)
Academic Year (Sept.— May)
Fall Semester: March 15
Spring Semester: September 5
Academic Year: March 15
After a student is nominated by W&M, they must complete the online McGill application October 1 (spring) and May 1 (fall).
W&M student in good standing
Language of Instruction:
English and French
Students may choose from McGill’s undergraduate faculties of arts or sciences. Students should choose courses at McGill in their major/minor field of study or present sufficent educational background in subject area. After accepting the offer of admission,students should register for courses in mid-April for (fall) and early December (spring) through online Minerva system. Students are permitted to take one course outside of their admitting facility.
Courses must be pre–or post-approved. Grades will not appear on W&M transcript or be included in GPA calculations. Grades of C or higher to recieve trandfer credit at W&M.
3 McGill credits = 3 W&M credits.
Exchange: W&M tuition and all fees paid to W&M.
International Health Insurance of McGill (mandatory): approximately $305USD per semester.
Program and course charges: approximate average is $600USD per semester. This includes activity charges, course materials, campus printing, textbooks, etc.
Students are responsible for airfare or alternative transprotation to McGill.
Housing and Meals:
Room and board paid on site in Montreal. On-campus housing is limited. Indicate housing perference in online application. Residence and meal plan fees vary with housing.
These costs provided by host university and are subject to change.
Currency exchange rate as of May 27, 2016.
A $75 application fee, $200 off-campus fee and an international medical/evacuation insurance fee of $170 apply to all students, to be paid to the W&M Bursar's Office.
For more information on this program and the steps to apply, please review the Steps to Study Abroad on our website.
Global Education Advisor: Debi DeBacco firstname.lastname@example.org
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|NOTE: Applications are first reviewed by the Reves Center, and students nominated for the exchange program are notified. Application materials are then sent to the school abroad (and the school abroad often requests additional materials at this time). When the school abroad completes their application review, students are then notified of the final acceptance decision. This timeline varies greatly from school to school. In rare cases a student nominated by the Reves Center will not be selected by the school abroad to attend their university; the Reves Center would then explore further options for the student. 2. Any start and end dates listed are to serve as a guide for general planning, but specific dates are subject to change and may not include mandatory orientation programs or exams. Contact your host university for the most accurate dates.|