Founded in 1821, McGill University attracts people inspired by challenge and committed to shaping a better future. McGill researchers are not only recognized for their scientific and technological breakthroughs, but also for examining the social, environmental, ethical and policy impacts of business practices, technology, science and medicine. The diverse composition of McGill’s community, with approximately 50% of students from Quebec, 20% from the rest of Canada and 30% international, plus professors drawn from across the world, fosters an entrepreneurial and creative environment.
Source: Statistics Canada. Fees for general programs in arts and humanities (2020-21)
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