One of the most well-known universities in Canada and a top-tier university globally- McGill University is one of the earliest universities in Montreal, Canada. The largest percentage of any Canadian research university, approximately 30% of McGill’s student body is made up of international students from more than 150 different countries. The school is known for offering research opportunities, teaching possibilities, facilities, technological requirements, and scholarly pursuits of the highest order.

Ranked 31 according to the QS World University Rankings, McGill University attracts a huge international student body, owing its prestige to its 50 research centers and institutes, 400+ programs, rich history, and a thriving alumni network of 250,000 people around the globe. The institution has 2 campuses- the Main Campus in Quebec and MacDonald Campus, in Canada.


The class of Fall 2022 saw 39,513 students, of which undergraduate students made up 27,085 (69%) of the total enrollments. From the survey of 2021, gender representation breaks down as follows:

    • Women(59.2%)
    • Man (39.0%)
    • Non-binary (1.0%)
    • Two-Spirit(<1%)
    • Another gender identity (<1%)
    • Do not know/Questioning (<1%)
Bachelor of Arts42,040.3826L
Bachelor of Arts and Sciences (BA&Sc)44,181.0428L
Bachelor of Engineering(BEng)63,242.1839L
Bachelor of Music (BMUS);
Licentiate in Music (LMUS)
Bachelor of Nursing (Integrated) (BN)31,530.7819.5L
Bachelor of Science (BSc)61,326.0838L
Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL);
Juris Doctor (JD)
Doctor of Dental Medicine(DDM)89,976.4655.6L
Doctor of Medicine and Master of Surgery (MDCM)63,400.3939.2L
  • Applicants will be considered for admission on the final Class XII Certificate (if the exam is already written) or Class X Board exam, school transcripts for Grades 10, 11, and mid-year 12 (if not written).
  • Applicants are reviewed on a minimum of four (4) academic courses.
  • Courses of an applied/vocational/technical nature are not accepted. This includes (but is not limited to) subjects such as Dance, Home Science, Legal Studies, Painting, and Physical Education.
  • The minimum requirements are overall averages and prerequisite subject requirements normally between 75% to 85%, on in-progress grades and depending on the program applied Higher results are usually expected when final Class XII results are presented.
  • Certain conditions as prerequisites to specific courses.
  • According to the university, 91% of the graduates received placement within 3 months of graduation and 35% of employed graduates received a signing bonus.
    1. The base mean salary of recent graduates comes up to CAD 93,389. (57L INR)
    2. The university’s Career Planning Service (CAPS) staff aids undergraduates in developing their Curriculum Vitae and obtaining appropriate employment, whether it be an internship, a part-time position, a summer job, or a degree-related  However, in order to work in Canada for any employer, an international student needs to get a Canadian work permit.
    3. Grasshopper Energy, National Bank of Canada, Sustainalytics, and JPMorgan Chase and Co. are just a few of the notable companies that make up the institute’s leading employers. This university’s graduates who work in executive management or the financial services sector earn salaries that are greater than those who work in any other industry.
    • Other employers include Fintech, Indeed.com, Ciena, Vmware, Google, Airbnb, Uber, Bloomberg, and Microsoft.
  • The study permit is a mandatory immigration document for all those who study in Canada. The study permit issued by Immigration Canada authorizes you to study in Canada and grants you the status of a student in Canada.
  • All international students, with the exception of those studying in a program that is LESS than 6 months are required to have a study permit.
  • The application is online and charges a fee of 150 CAD (9265.98 INR)