The Schulich School of Music of McGill University offers the highest calibre of teaching and learning, grounded in exceptional performance and research, in an inclusive and inspiring environment.
The departments of Performance and Music Research offer degrees and diplomas at the undergraduate and graduate levels including the BMus, MMus, MA, DMus, PhD, LMus, Artist Diploma, and Graduate Diploma in Performance. Music students also have access to McGill University’s expansive range of course offerings and many undergraduates opt to obtain a minor, double major or double degree.
Our School is home to over 800 students, who are drawn here by our 200+ professors, our ensembles and performance opportunities, and our programs in research and technology.
The Schulich School of Music offers a range of prestigious scholarships based on academic and performance achievements. Additional scholarships and financial aid are available both through the Schulich School of Music and McGill University’s Student Aid Office.
We are located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, also known as Canada’s cultural capital. Classes are taught in English. Among the city’s musical attractions are the world-renowned Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, l’Opéra de Montréal, l’Orchestre Métropolitain, La Societé de musique contemporaine du Québec, and a host of chamber music societies, choral societies, chamber orchestras, baroque ensembles, cultural events and festivals.
Schulich annually hosts numerous guest artists and scholars by invitation, through partnerships with artistic organizations in Montreal, and through our Schulich Distinguished Visiting Chairs, including the Catherine Thornhill Steele and Dean’s Chairs.
Schulich is proud to be a preferred destination for the most talented musicians and scholars from around the globe. Our graduates can be found in the world’s leading opera companies, orchestras, music organizations and academic institutions.