McGill – Latest News

  • Interactive question/answer system, where students can get answers to a wide variety of McGill-related questions at ask.mcgill.ca
  • Our online viewbook can be found at www.mcgill.ca/undergraduate-admissions/ . This includes
  • The Course Calendar is available online at www.mcgill.ca/students/courses/calendars/
  • Admission requirements (in terms of prerequisite subject requirements), document requirements and how to upload to the application, the online application and much, much more info is found at www.mcgill.ca/applying
  • Information regarding providing proof of English proficiency is at www.mcgill.ca/applying/requirements/prep
  • The application deadline for students studying outside Canada is January 15.  Students apply through the online application found atwww.mcgill.ca/applying/applyPlease note that this is an application-only deadline.  The deadline to receive supporting documents is later (March 15), but students will want to upload their documents as soon as they are available as a program can close before the deadline date if it has reached capacity.
  • Supporting documents are uploaded by the student directly to their file – we review for admission on these unofficial, uploaded documents.  More info on submitting documents and other information students should be familiar with at www.mcgill.ca/applying/nextsteps
  • Students with high academic achievement and leadership qualities may be interested in submitting an application for a major scholarship.
    Students requiring some additional financial assistance can apply for the Entrance Bursary program.
    Information regarding Entrance Scholarships and Student Aid can be found at www.mcgill.ca/studentaid/scholarships-aid/future-undergrads
  • Admitted students are not mailed an official letter of offer of admission as it is available as a PDF through the student’s Minerva account. Important information for admitted students is found at www.mcgill.ca/accepted/

Parcoursup 2020, des liens pour s’informer et les étapes clefs

Pour étudier en France, Parcoursup est incontournable.

La procédure se fait en 3 étapes:

Plus en détails, voici le calendrier Parcoursup pour 2019-2020

Novembre 2019:

Les élèves peuvent accéder à des informations sur les filières possible sur le site terminales2019-2020.fr.

20 décembre

Ouverture du site d’information de Parcoursup :

  • Informations sur le déroulement de la procédure sur Parcoursup.fr
  • Offre de formation disponible en 2020 : les contenus, les attendus, les débouchés professionnels et les critères d’examen des dossiers.

Du 22 janvier au 12 mars 2020

Inscription sur Parcoursup et création du dossier candidat.

Saisie des voeux : jusqu’à 10 voeux (avec possibilité de sous-voeux selon les formations), sans avoir besoin de les classer.

Jeudi 12 mars : dernier jour pour formuler ses voeux.

Février-mars

2e conseil de classe : chaque voeu formulé par le lycéen fait l’objet d’une fiche Avenir comprenant les appréciations de ses professeurs et l’avis du chef d’établissement.

2 avril

Dernier jour pour finaliser le dossier du candidat avec les éléments demandés par les formations et confirmer chaque voeu.

Avril-mai

Les formations examinent les voeux formulés par les candidats.

Mai-Juin: réponses des formations et prise de décision

19 mai: les candidats prennent connaissance des réponses des formations sur la plateforme.

Reception des propositions d’admission au fur et à mesure et en continu. Les candidats devront y répondre dans les délais indiqués par la plateforme.

Mi-juin 2020

La procédure est suspendue pendant les épreuves écrites du baccalauréat.

Fin juin

Ouverture de la phase complémentaire.

Avant le 17 juillet

Inscription dans les formations choisies par les candidats selon les modalités précisées sur leur dossier.

Ce lien pour téléchargez le calendrier Parcoursup 2020

Warwick University – Online Open House

Hello from the University of Warwick!

 

You, your students, and their parents are kindly invited to Warwick Online Week!

 

This is an online Open House with our academic departments and students.  If you, your students, or their parents are interested in UK study or any of our programs, this is a great chance to learn more!

 

Key points are:

 

  • Dates run November 11-15, 2019
  • Pre-registration is required – each session has a separate sign up link
  • Updated schedule and pre-registration links are at: https://warwick.ac.uk/study/livechat/wow
  • Some sessions will be presentation based, but those described as ‘chat with’ or ‘talk to’ are fine for you to join on a drop-in basis
  • If you pre-register for sessions, my colleagues will share presentations and FAQs after Warwick Online Week
  • No software downloads are required

 

We’re still working on some of the departments’ timings and pre-registration links, but the schedule is filling up with the following departments and services taking part (listed below).  I have also put in some links to course pages for some of our newer courses you may not be familiar with!

 

 

We apologise in advance that some of the timings might not work for everyone to join up live – we’re inviting people from all around the world, so timing is tricky to say the least!

 

I would be grateful if you could kindly forward this round to any students who may be interested in applying to Warwick, and wanting to learn more about these courses.

 

Thanks in advance for your assistance and if you have any questions regarding this that I can assist you with, please do not hesitate to contact me.

 

With thanks and best wishes,

Lorna

 

 

Lorna Morris
Student Recruitment Regional Manager (Europe & the Americas Team) | Student Recruitment, Outreach and Admissions Office | University of Warwick

lorna.morris@warwick.ac.uk  |  External: 024 7657 5597 |  Internal: 75597
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