Discover McGill’s School of Continuing Studies. For what you’ve got in mind.
Whatever your goals are, McGill’s School of Continuing Studies is prepared to help you meet them. Choose from hundreds of courses in a wide range of disciplines – all of them designed to satisfy your needs.
Students can earn undergraduate and graduate certificates or diplomas, or bring their work skills to the next level through one of the School’s many seminars and workshops geared towards professional development. Interested in improving your French, English or Spanish? SCS offers both part-time and intensive programs to build your language skills. You can also explore new areas of interest, from arts and culture to personal finance, through our Personal and Cultural Enrichment program (PACE). Or mature students can continue their pursuit of knowledge through the McGill Community for Lifelong Learning (MCLL).
Find out more about studying at the School of Continuing Studies using the links below.
Information in these pages is intended for prospective students. Newly admitted students and current students should see the Current Students Resource Centre.
Note: The main language of instruction at McGill is English. You have the right to write essays, examinations, and theses in English or in French except in courses where knowledge of a language is one of the objectives of the course.
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