[lg policy] McGill University Language Policy

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at GMAIL.COM
Fri Jun 24 14:31:49 UTC 2011

Language Policy

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.

Revision, June 2011. Start of revision.

If you need to improve your English skills, you should take an
intensive course in English as a second language before or at the
start of your studies. Information concerning second-language course
offerings can be found through the School of Continuing Studies at
www.mcgill.ca/conted/langprg and the French Language Centre at:
www.mcgill.ca/flc, and in the Summer Studies and School of Continuing
Studies publications. There are special language requirements for
Faculty of Education students; see the Faculty of Education

Revision, June 2011. End of revision.

Revision, June 2011. Start of revision.
Note for Continuing Studies: For English Language programs, see
English and French Language Programs – English Language Programs.

Revision, June 2011. End of revision.


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