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McGill is a public university located in Canada. It is a large institution with an enrollment of 20,181 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the McGill acceptance rate is 46%.
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845 Sherbrooke St. W
Montreal, QC, Canada

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I wouldn't change anything about my time at McGill! I go to another school now post-grad and McGill was by far the best experience: academics, professors, vibe on campus. Students at McGill are chill - friendlier than other schools I've been to, even though I know some reviews on here say otherwise; and smart. Yes, there's competition - but that's any school. It was definitely not hard to make friends. McGill deserves its solid reputation - which I must say, has helped me immensely post-grad. I do believe I've gotten the jobs placements and further education I have had because I have McGill on my CV. I really recommend McGill, especially for someone looking for a Bachelor of Science degree. You'll have to work very hard to do well, but it's certainly possible.
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Love studying at McGill, loved the atmosphere, the teaching leassons and the teachers themselves!

The life on campus is amazing, as the campus is located right in dowtown of Montreal, Canada.

Also loved the fact that I made friends from all over the globe, as international students are attracted and very welcomed at mcGill!
McGill was a challenging university in an incredible city! It's a school that pushes you to live up to it's top tier expectation, and in doing so it holds you to the highest standards of academics. You'll spend hours and hours in the library, made full on coffee, but when you leave in four years, you'll do so content and proud of what you accomplished. It's a school that prizes research, though it doesn't offer undergraduates with many opportunities to get involved in this research. Overall, it is rigorous school in a lively city that will expect and challenge you to be a competitive scholar.