The four pillars of the University's Commitment are foundational to your McGill experience. As a student in the Faculty of Medicine, you will be immersed in a culture grounded in your program’s unique perspectives, approach and curriculum.

 

Medicine

  • Patient at Heart, Science in Hand: An innovative four-year undergraduate medical program leading to a Doctor of Medicine and Master of Surgery (MDCM) degree, also offered as several joint programs.
  • Resident and Fellowship Postgraduate Medical Education: Rewarding challenges within specialized career paths.
  • The McGill Health Academic Network: Several major teaching hospitals and local partners that provide clinical research opportunities alongside committed mentors.
  • A Vision of Global Health: The McGill Global Health Programs and its partners, working to build strategic connections with major international stakeholders to address inequities and improve lives.
 

The Ingram School of Nursing

  • Unique Programs: The extensive selection includes the Direct Entry concentration, a one-of-a-kind Canadian entry-to-practice graduate program for those with an undergraduate degree in arts or science.
  • Research Initiatives: Academics who actively pursue and are often rewarded for their expertise within a scope of eclectic and broad research interests.
  • Concentrations at the Master’s Level: The Masters of Science (Applied), an advanced program developed to reflect changing societal needs and allow for greater flexibility, with eight options within tailored programs of study.
  • A Leader in Global Health Studies: Easily accessible master’s level concentrations, the McGill Nurses for Global Health network, and the Faculty’s Global Health Programs.
 

School of Physical and
Occupational Therapy 

 

School of Communications
Sciences and Disorders