Just arrived in Montreal? Feeling lost or lonely?
Don’t worry, GSAN has you covered!
We work hard to ease the transition to McGill and Montreal for our international students. If you have any questions or concerns, personal or academic related; or have suggestions to make this program better; or simply need a friend to talk to. Don’t hesitate to contact Jonathan Berken, your International Student Officer. We hope you enjoy your experience here at McGill and Montreal, and fall in love with the University and the city, like all of us had.
New to McGill? Need a hand to get started? Don’t worry, GSAN is here to help!
"New to McGill? Need a hand to get started? Don’t worry, GSAN is here to help! This year's GSAN New Student Officer is Farhan Khawaja. Farhan and his New Student Committee is here to take care of the needs of our new students. For example, we have started the buddy/mentor program, matching returning students with new students in their own institute. So, don’t panic! From how to get around your institute to experimental protocols to fun GSAN events, your New Student Committee and the institute representatives have you all covered
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For more information about the financial situation of GSAN, please contact our new GSAN VP Finance Yang Ding using his McGill account or partake in our monthly GSAN executive meeting and ask him there.
Centre for Research in Neuroscience
Institut de recherches cliniques de Montreal