McGill University is a public research in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was established in 1821 by royal charter, granted by King George IV. The university bears the name of James McGill, a Montreal merchant originally from Scotland whose bequest in 1813 formed the university’s precursor, McGill College.
McGill’s students are a distinguished, global community of scholars. In these pages, you’ll meet some of our exceptional students, who are recognized for their innovative research in both disciplinary and interdisciplinary settings.
Admission Requirements (Undergraduate):-
McGill University will consider applications from home-schooled applicants; each case will be treated on its own merits. As a homeschooled candidate, you must provide McGill University with a description of the homeschooling curriculum followed and measures of your academic acquisition in the program.
Documents in support of your application must be uploaded directly to your Minerva file and should include:
- a comprehensive list of all texts (and editions) studied;
- a personal statement from you,
- a separate statement from your home educator explaining the basis of the university application and estimation of your readiness to handle university-level subject matter
- a confidential letter of recommendation from an impartial source indicating your readiness for university-level study.
- In some cases, further information and/or interview(s) with an Admissions Officer, Associate Dean, or Program Director may be required.
Proof of English Proficiency
If you have lived and attended school, for at least four years, in a country where English is the acknowledged primary language you are not required to provide further proof of English proficiency.
If this is not the case, official test results will be required by the supporting document deadline. Please consult Proof of English Proficiency for accepted tests and other exemptions.
Admission Requirements (Masters and PhD):-
It is important to understand the graduate admissions process and the minimum requirements you must meet to be considered for graduate studies at McGill. Understanding and following five steps will make it easier and quicker for you to prepare your application and apply. There is additional information you should be aware of if you are an international student or want to attend McGill as an exchange, visitor, full time or post doctoral scholar.
To Check the steps for application for each faculty check here
Application Deadline:- March 15
Supporting documents (International):- January 15
Admission rate of 46% with that you have quite a good chance with the right approach.