Founded in 1829, the McGill Faculty of Medicine was the first faculty at the university and the first medical faculty in Canada. Today, it is one of the world's leading sites in health science education and research.
In 2016, McGill was named the No.1 university in Canada in the medical-doctoral category for the 12th consecutive year (Maclean’s Magazine).
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Basic & Clinical Sciences (BSc., Graduate & Postgraduate)
McGill Life Sciences Complex
Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre
Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital
McGill University-Génome Québec Innovation Centre
Extensive basic and clinical research is done throughout the Faculty’s many departments and Schools as well as the Health Network.
McGill University Health Centre (7 major sites)
Jewish General Hospital
St. Mary’s Hospital Center
Douglas Mental Health University Institute
RUIS McGill, spanning 63% of Quebec's landmass
Our staff: 4,609, including 3,969 academic
Our students (2015-16):
Residents & Fellows: 1291
MSc (+MSc Applied) & PhD: 126
Physical & Occupational Therapy
MSc (+MSc Applied) & PhD: 396
Communication Sciences & Disorders
MSC (+MSc Applied) & PhD: 77
Basic & Clinical Sciences
MSc & PhD: 1459
Centrally located, at the foot of Mont Royal are more than 26 main buildings dedicated to the Faculty that have helped shape our storied history. Get the full picture from faculty, staff and academics at the yearly open house, or from a student guide on a Campus Tour.
The Faculty is currently engaged in global initiatives in more than 50 countries, spanning six continents. Global Health Programs positively influence society through the work of McGill researchers, by bringing learning opportunities to the classroom and by enabling students to travel internationally as part of their training.