McGill is an international university, open to the world, located in one of the great cities in North America. Leading figures in every field from all over the globe come to McGill to give talks, lectures, and to see the progress of research. It’s an exciting place to study. Not only will university's programs of study offer a global perspective, so will your classmates. Nearly 20 percent of McGill’s enrolment is composed of students from more than 150 countries, who bring a wealth of new perspectives and experiences to share.
The McGill experience is more than books and lectures. It’s a global community. You’re coming to McGill during a period of unprecedented growth and renewal. New buildings are going up in the most ambitious construction campaign in 100 years. You’ll study in state-oft he-art facilities like the Trottier Building for engineering and computer science, or the Music Building for performance and research in music media and technology, or the Bellini Life Sciences Building.
McGill attracts new professors every year, including well-known, internationally respected scientists and scholars. In addition to attracting bright and promising students, McGill has the brightest and the best professors. The faculty come from leading academic centers around the world. Academic programs are growing and evolving too. New programs in engineering, science, and education have been added to the already more than 300 areas of study offered by the University. The world is constantly changing, and McGill University stays on the crest of change.