McGill Nursing: Overview
Arry Pandher - April 26th, 2022
Written by Stephanie Pugh and Matthew Tran
Through academic excellence, strengths-based nursing, and innovation, the Ingram School of Nursing at McGill aims to educate present and future nurses, promote the art and science of nursing and improve global health and health equity.
Do you want to be on the cutting edge of global health improvement? Interested in learning more about McGill Nursing? Continue reading to learn more about Nursing at McGill!
Why Choose McGill Nursing?
McGill is one of the top medical schools ****in North America and enjoys an international reputation for excellence in teaching, clinical training and research.
As they prepare for jobs on the frontlines of public and global health, students at McGill University’s Ingram School of Nursing are encouraged to achieve, innovate, and be proud ambassadors of the nursing profession.
Nurses, patients, and families are encouraged to recognize and foster strengths in themselves and others to promote health and facilitate healing. An education at the Ingram School of Nursing will engage and inspire you to develop the strengths that nurses, patients, and families are encouraged to recognize and foster in themselves and others to promote health and facilitate healing.
Working environment opportunities for graduates of McGill nursing include:
- Hospitals (pediatrics, emergency department, operating rooms, intensive care, cardiology, psychiatry, rehabilitation, and long-term care)
- CLSCs (home care, infants, emergency care, school health, Info-Santé and front-line)
- Teaching institutions (CEGEPs and universities)
- Government agencies (public health)
- Medical clinics
- Pharmaceutical companies
- Private firms
- Developing countries
Admission Requirements for each department and degree at McGill will vary depending on the program you choose!
- To browse the programs and discover your eligibility requirements, check out this website!
Admissions can be confusing when starting your undergraduate journey.
Tuition and Scholarships
Tuition at McGill for four years of Nursing is estimated at about $20,000 for Domestic students. This is a big investment, but don’t worry, McGill has lots of scholarships and bursaries that can help you to manage tuition costs!
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