McGill University is the oldest and most famous university in Canada. The university has 30,000 students. McGill has 21 faculties with over 300 specialties. In recent years, McGill Business School has consistently ranked among the top 15 in the North American continent. At the end of 2011, the London Times gave the university an honorable 28th place among higher education institutions in Canada and the United States. Along with an excellent practical feedback on research, McGill is distinguished by a high frequency of citation of his scientific materials.
Program types: bachelor’s, master’s, postgraduate, business schools, courses, practices, internships.
Popular specialties: architecture and urban studies, chemistry, foreign languages, information technology, music, vocals, painting, history, medicine and health care, physics, ecology and environmental protection, agriculture, forestry and water management, jurisprudence.
Terms of entry: You must provide a certificate of secondary education or a diploma with good grades, language level IELTS 6.5 – 7.0, TOEFL 550-600.
Learning conditions: The university has two campuses, the main of which is located directly in the center of Montreal, and the second, Macdonald Campus, is located in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, which can be reached by commuter bus. The university provides all international students with a hostel in one of 7 residences. The pride of McGill University is the New Residence Hall with spacious rooms, double beds and a private bathroom.