McGill University is a public university in Quebec, Canada, that was established in 1821. McGill University is one of Canada's most well-known colleges as well as one of the world's most prestigious universities. McGill's student body is the most internationally varied of any research-intensive university in Canada, with students hailing from over 150 countries. McGill University is home to an excellent group of students, teachers, and staff, and it is regarded as one of the world's best research-intensive universities. McGill University is known around the world for its outstanding teaching and research programmes. In addition to a stellar faculty, McGill is known for attracting the brightest students from across Canada, the United States, and around the world. 145 McGill students were awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.
The university has two campuses: the Macdonald campus in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue and the downtown campus in Montreal. The distance between the two campuses is about 20 miles. English is the primary language, however, about 20 per cent of university students have claimed that French is their mother tongue in the last year. In fact, about half of Montreal's population speaks French as their first tongue.
International students make up around a quarter of the student body, with students coming from more than 150 countries. On both campuses, university housing is accessible for undergraduate and graduate students.
Agricultural and environmental sciences, arts, dentistry, education, engineering, law, management, medical, music, and science are among the university's ten faculties and schools, which offer over 300-degree programmes. Approximately two-thirds of the university's students are undergraduates. The creation of the first artificial blood cell is among the research achievements associated with the university.
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