The Faculty of Arts is offering a number of summer programs for students and working professionals. While most will be held at McGill, some will be run in collaboration with universities abroad and partner organizations off-campus. The wide array of programs aim to provide participants with new skills, training, and experiences that will open them to new ideas and opportunities.
John McCall MacBain: from a BA in Economics to a historic $200-million gift
Inspired by his own experience as a scholarship student in McGill Arts, John McCall McBain, together with his wife Marcy, recently made history with the announcement of the McCall MacBain Scholarships at McGill. A remarkable contribution to education in Canada, the gift promotes equality of educational opportunity and directly benefits Canadian and international scholars.
In conversation with Daniel Béland: Director of McGill Institute for the Study of Canada
Under Professor Béland’s leadership, the Institute is continuing to lead informed discussions of public policy and political issues at a time when many Canadians are seeking credible sources. On March 21-22, MISC will host a timely event on federalism and politics in Canada. The conference will present nine different panels that will discuss several issues facing today's Canadians.
Expand your skill set and learn ancient Greek and Latin this summer at McGill
Through the McGill Summer Language Institute, the Department of Classical Studies will once again offer an Ancient Greek and Latin Summer program to students within and outside the McGill community, and working professionals. The program offers intensive first-year Ancient Greek and intensive first-year Latin.