International students roller skating

Upcoming activities for international students

June to August

Current international students, we’re offering events and socials all summer long! Coming up in June:

  • Waterfall Hike Trip
  • Basketball Drop-In Sport Event
  • Ancaster Heritage Days Festival
  • And more!

Make sure to check OSCARplus regularly for the most up to date information.

Incoming international students: Attend our webinars to meet your community of support and get answers to your questions about studying at McMaster. Learn more about incoming internation webinars.

Writing and academic

Book a writing and academic skills appointment

June 2023

Writing advisors in The Writing Centre are upper-year undergrad and grad students who help both undergrad and grad students become better writers. They can support you with:

25-minute conference
• ideal for specific questions
• help with documentation, academic style
• preliminary stages of writing (planning, general organization)

50-minute conference
• suitable for larger and more generalized questions
• discussions about writing in general, structure, organization
• close examination of a prepared document

Student on Exchange

It’s not too late to apply to study abroad

Application deadline: July 15

The McMaster Exchange Program offers more than 100 opportunities with leading universities around the world. Studying abroad allows you to immerse yourself in another culture while continuing to earn credits toward your McMaster degree.

When it comes to financing your global opportunity, you have options. There are scholarships, awards and funding opportunities that can help you make your dream of going abroad a reality. For more information, visit AwardSpring.

Note: This is the late application period, spots are limited. Get your application in to secure a spot.


Student Journeys

It’s okay to change career paths: Advice from McMaster alumni

“There is no one path that guarantees success or failure,” wise words shared by Liz Koblyk, associate director of the Wilson Leadership Scholar Award, at a panel event hosted by the Student Success Centre’s leadership development unit.

Read the Journey about It’s okay to change career paths: Advice from McMaster alumni
Students at Dissertation Writing Intensive.

New writing and career services for McMaster graduate students

Grad students: The Student Success Centre, Graduate Students Association and School of Graduate Studies are here to support you. Keep reading to discover specialized services designed to support your needs.

Read the Journey about New writing and career services for McMaster graduate students