حالة الإتصال :
رقم العضوية : 2834
تاريخ التسجيل : Sep 2006
المشاركات : 56
هلا فيكم اخواني
لو سمحتو ابغى رايكم في جامعة ماكجيل في التخصصات الطبيه واش رايكم في مونتريال باالنسبه للدراسه وهل في احد درس او يدرس في جامعة ماكجيل ممكن يفيدنا
حالة الإتصال :
رقم العضوية : 103
تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
المشاركات : 2,136
ما اقدر افيدك الا بمعلومات الجامعه
والجامعه تراها بكيوبك يعني الله يعينك على الفرنسي لانها مقاطعه فرنسيه
845 Sherbrooke Street W
Montreal, Quebec H3A 2T5
Telephone: (514) 398-4455
Fax: (514) 398-3594
Principal: Dr. Heather Munroe-Blum
Founded in 1821 with a bequest by Montreal merchant James McGill, the university has earned an international reputation for scholarly achievement and scientific discovery. Cutting-edge facilities and innovative research programs attract internationally respected teachers and researchers and first-class students.
McGill’s 21 faculties and professional schools offer degrees in more than 300 disciplines. McGill is one of Canada’s most research-intensive universities when measured in terms of competitive research funding dollars per professor. Researchers at McGill are affiliated with about 75 major research centres and networks, and are engaged in an extensive array of research partnerships with other universities, government and industry in Quebec and Canada, throughout North America and in dozens of other countries. The university has four affiliated teaching hospitals, including the McGill University Health Centre’s multi-site network, several remote research stations, a network of 16 libraries, and a number of major museum collections and ecological treasures, including the 250 hectare Morgan Arboretum, the largest in Canada.
McGill’s main campus, a mosaic of heritage and modern buildings in an oasis of green space, is set in Montreal’s vibrant downtown core with Mount Royal as a backdrop. A short drive west of downtown, the Macdonald Campus occupies 650 hectares of woods and fields on the shores of Lac St-Louis, providing unique opportunities for fieldwork and research activities.
With almost 20 per cent of its students coming from 140 countries around the globe, McGill has the most internationally diverse student body of any medical/doctoral university in Canada. It offers its students unparalleled opportunities to enrich their educational experience through hands-on research programs, exchange programs, internships, field study and study abroad programs. The university recognizes and honours academic distinction and leadership qualities through an extensive program of entrance awards and scholarships. It provides more than $10 million a year in undergraduate scholarships and student aid.
Year of foundation: 1821
Former name of institution: University of McGill College (1821-1885).
Student enrolment and fees
2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
Full-time (undergraduates): 19,740
Full-time (graduates): 6,075
Part-time (undergraduates): 4,668
Part-time (graduates): 1,915
* Source: Conference of Rectors and Principals of Quebec Universities
Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
Tuition fees (residents of Quebec): $1,668
Tuition fees (out-of-province): $4,914
International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
Undergraduate tuition fees: $12,930
Graduate tuition fees: $9,378 - $20,000
Student facilities and services
Academic and campus services
Academic advisors, peer advisors, teaching and learning services, career and placement services, work-study program, jobs on campus, chaplaincy services, network for students who are parents, volunteer placements (links to community at large) counselling services (personal, vocational), tutorial services (and student employment as tutors), dental clinic, Eating Disorder Unit, nutrition promotion, culture of “safe drinking”, financial aid office, First Peoples House, aboriginal interdisciplinary studies (mental health, nutrition, environment), health services, international student services, international student peer support program, mental health service, peer support “buddy” programs, office for students with disabilities, ombudsperson, emergency phones around campus that link directly to Security Services, theatres, museums, exhibition spaces. Student-run services and clubs include: legal information clinic, radio station, sexual assault centre, gay/lesbian associations and “safe-space” initiatives, Nightline (student helpline), Women’s Union, walksafe, Nightroute, drivesafe, daycare. Hundreds of student interest groups on campus (www.ssmu.mcgill.ca/en/rteClubsServicesMedia.ch2).
First-year student programs
Campus tours, open house, First-Year Office, First-Year Coordinator, First Contact (electronic magazine
for first-year students), First-Year assistance for Franco-phone students, Discover McGill orientation week, First-Year seminars, Buddy program, study skills workshops, outreach follow-up program; “safe-drinking” promotion, server training programs, extensive volunteer training, leadership training.
On-campus: McGill has both traditional and alternative residences in downtown Montreal that collectively house approximately 2,201 undergraduate students. The traditional residences offer dormitory-style accommodation with full meal service provided by four cafeterias. Four co-ed residences are located on the slope of Mount Royal, overlooking the campus. A fifth is a converted high-rise hotel close to campus. One all-women’s residence, Royal Victoria College, is located by the lower campus. Annual cost: $8,298 - $11,104 per academic year.
McGill’s alternative residences include one apartment building, within a few blocks of the main campus, with
fully equipped single and double occupancy apartments; a number of beautifully renovated older houses that offer single and double occupancy bedrooms with shared kitchens and common areas; and Solin Hall, an award-winning factory conversion located just four short Metro stops west of the main campus, with two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments, large common areas and a computer lab. Annual cost: $5,054 - $8,338 (11-month lease, no meal plan).
Residence accommodation is guaranteed to newly admitted undergraduate students who are starting their first year of university studies, are admitted to the university by June 15, and who are 22 years of age or under. First-year under-graduate students of any age who receive major renewable entrance scholarships are further guaranteed that they will be assigned to the residence hall of their choice. All other residence rooms are assigned by lottery.
Off-campus: The downtown campus is centrally located on major subway and bus routes and in walking distance of many apartments. McGill Off-Campus Housing service publishes lists of apartments for rent, apartments to share, and rooms for rent in private homes in the vicinity of the downtown campus and close to major bus and metro lines. Monthly rental ranges from shared rates for $350+, to three bedrooms or larger for- $1,200+.
Note: Rents vary depending on the condition and location of the building. Close to the downtown campus housing can be expensive and difficult to find. Students on tight budgets should prepare to live a short commute from downtown.
Macdonald Campus: The campus can accommodate more than 351 students in either a traditional-style residence with double and single rooms (251 students) or an apartment-style residence EcoResidence (100 students). No meal plan is available. Annual cost: traditional residence, $2,400 - $2,680; apartment-style residence EcoResidence, $3,024 - $3,200; both per academic year.
Students use McGill’s IST services from the moment they apply to McGill, using the online McGill Web System. All students receive e-mail addresses and free storage (100 MB e-mail quota, plus 100 MB of file space) when they register. They use the Minerva system (the self-service, web-based student system, see www.mcgill.ca/minerva) throughout their student life for tasks such as registration, paying bills, and financial aid applications. They have wireless access to the McGill network and the Internet on both McGill campuses (downtown and Macdonald). A Learning Management System (WebCT Vista) is used in most courses. The student portal, myMcGill, provides a single web entry-point for students to many of the systems that they will use day-to-day (for example, e-mail, Minerva, WebCT Vista). A helpline and virtual helpdesk provide
IST user support to students. On campus computer labs in many Faculties as well as hundreds of desktop computers in the Libraries provide free access to McGill resources and the Internet. IST services (see “IT at McGill” at www.mcgill.ca/it) are constantly evolving to provide new and improved services to support McGill’s students and the academic mission.
Undergraduate: McGill’s entrance and in-course scholarship program is open to students from across Canada and throughout the world. Qualified students are eligible for approximately 600 renewable entrance scholarships ranging from $3,000 to $10,000 and 1,500 continuing scholarships of up to $5,000. For 2006-2007, 274 students, or about eight percent of full-time first-year students, were awarded entrance scholarships. McGill’s entrance bursary program is open to all undergraduate students. For 2006-07, 398 students or about 12 percent of full-time first-year students, were awarded an entrance bursary.
McGill University has a proud heritage of award-winning, cutting-edge research in a wide range of areas, including neuroscience, ethics, aging, pain, cancer, water resources management, bioinformatics, nanoscience, climate change, astrophysics, comparative law, Canadian studies, entrepreneurship, and affordable housing. At McGill, research and teaching are interrelated: top researchers teach undergraduate classes and engage students in inquiry-based learning. The Office for Undergraduate Research in the Faculty of Science provides guidance to students on how to find research opportunities and hosts an annual Undergraduate Research Conference. McGill’s 67 research centres and institutes include new creations such as: Research on Religion; Advanced Bone and Periodontal Research, Human Rights and Legal Pluralism; Biorecognition and Biosensors; Intellectual Property Policy; Language, Mind and Brain; Music, Media and Technology; Youth Gambling and High-Risk Behaviours. McGill is involved in many active international research projects that span the globe. McGill researchers have both the capacity and commitment to
make a difference in the world and to share this passion with their students.
McGill University boasts an international student population of almost 20 percent of its entire student body, making it among the most diverse in Canada. Numerous opportunities are afforded to students to broaden their international outlook through field study semesters in Panama, Barbados and Africa, and study abroad experiences. McGill University has over 100 bilateral student exchange agreements in countries including Australia, Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States. These agreements provide opportunities for McGill students to continue their degree while spending a term or two at another leading university. McGill University also participates in the Conference of Rectors and Principals of Quebec Universities (CREPUQ) international student exchange program. McGill has recently entered into agreements with the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies and with Universitas 21 to facilitate the mobility of graduate students.
Student exchanges and study abroad
Telephone: (514) 398-8342
Fax: (514) 398-5544
International student services
Telephone: (514) 398-4349
Fax: (514) 398-7352
The Montreal Diocesan Theological College
(Anglican, co-educational college offering courses in practical theology leading to a master of divinity)
3473 University Street
Montreal QC H3A 2A8
Telephone: (514) 849-3004
The Presbyterian College of Montreal
(Co-educational college offering courses leading to a master of divinity)
3495 University Street
Montreal QC H3A 2A8
Telephone: (514) 288-5256
The United Theological College of Montreal
(United Church, co-educational college offering courses leading to a master of divinity)
3521 University Street
Montreal QC H3A 2A9
Telephone: (514) 849-2042
21,111 Lakeshore Road
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue QC H9X 1C0
Telephone: (514) 398-7928
حالة الإتصال :
رقم العضوية : 6809
تاريخ التسجيل : Apr 2007
المشاركات : 120
اخوي جامعه ماك جيل ترتيبها 67 عالميا !!
وترتيبها الثالثه في كندا !!
بس الله يعينك على الفرنسي !!
حالة الإتصال :
رقم العضوية : 4780
تاريخ التسجيل : Jan 2007
المشاركات : 15
جامعة ماكجيل من افضل الجامعات العالمية في الطب
وتقع في منطقة مونتريال المنطقة ذو الطابع الفرنسي
لكن خليها ببالك
الجامعة الدراسة فيها بالغة الانجليزية وليست بالفرنسيية
واذا كان بنيتك دراسة طبية فأنصحك بهالجامعة
وانا ناوي عليها ان شاء الله
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