Use your time at McGill to collaborate and explore new subject areas, cultures, histories and disciplines. Collaborating with someone outside your field of knowledge can inspire groundbreaking ideas, or at the very least, good conversation. Did you know there are resources at McGill that help facilitate this using technology, innovative spaces and networking?

The Research Commons

While the Research Commons is geared towards researchers, as a current McGill student you can use the collaborative space and 3D printers (after attending a mandatory training session). Get inspired using the latest technology.

Skills21 Workshops

If you are enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at the School, you can access Skills21 workshops. There’s a stream of workshops on collaboration and best of all, they are free!

McGill Connect

Did you know McGill offers a ton of support when it comes to building your network and gaining mentors? McGill Connect is an exclusive network of McGilians that you can access. You don’t have to be graduated to sign up!

Career Advising and Transition Services (CATS)

The School’s very own CATS is here to help you get the most of your experience and career. They offer networking workshops and can connect you to the industries you are most interested in. The School offers programs in nearly every subject areas possible, so you may get inspired by someone in a different field. Take a look at their website.

The MACES Building

You have a whole building to hang out in! Come by 3437 Rue Peel and take some time to study or work on a computer. You never know who you might end up meeting. The FAQ has all the information you need.