About the City
Montréal is the second-largest city in Canada and is rich with culture and history. As one of the world's most liveable cities, Montréal has become "Canada's Cultural Capital" by becoming an ever-growing centre for the country's commerce, arts, culture, and architecture. In our Junior Camps, students can expect to experience the old-world charm, infused with the modern and face-paced lifestyle. Activites may include anything from a hike to the famous Mount Royale (which is what Montreal is named after!) to an adventure to the iconic Montreal biosphere. Wherever you go, you are certain to feel like you've stepped into a whole new world!
About the Program
Live and study at McGill University’s MacDonald Campus. This 650-hectare campus is the largest green space on the island of Montreal and home to McGill’s top-ranked faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences as well as the McGill School of Environment. This stunning campus is approximately 35 km from downtown Montreal which allows students to experience both the natural beauty of the area as well as the excitement of the downtown core.
21- 111 Lakeshore, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue,
H9X 3V9 Canada
The use of McGill University's name on this website is strictly for the purpose of identifying the location at which ILSC Education Group is delivering the program. ILSC Education Group has no affiliation with McGill University and McGill University is not involved in or responsible for the quality, suitability, delivery or other aspects of ILSC Education Group’s 2018 program in any way.