One of MAME’s most important portfolio is the academic portfolio. We want to offer students all the resources available to help enrich their academic life inside as well as outside of the classroom. Below, you will find some great resources to help you during your time at McGill. As always, if you have an academic question or concern, MAME is here for you. It is our main responsibility to represent the voice of our students to the Mechanical Engineering Department and to the Faculty of Engineering. Don’t hesitate to stop by our office or email our VP Academic at email@example.com. Also, don’t forget to visit the Events tab to check out the academic events MAME offers!
Having trouble figuring out which courses you should be taking? Whether you're from out of province, an international student, or from right here in Quebec, there is a recommended curriculum for you to finish your degree in 4 years. Check it out here! In addition to the curriculum, you can always visit the McGill eCalendar to have a look at the details of your major while looking through options for minors or concentrations!
Moreover, the McGill Engineering Student Centre (MESC) is there to help as well. It includes the Student Affairs Office (SAO), academic advising and peer tutoring. MESC administers students’ records and is an important resource for policies and procedures related to student affairs. This office also helps in advising and assisting students in program planning and in the proper selection of courses, so that all students follow programs that coincide with their talents, interests and goals. Visit their website for more information!
University can be challenging but you don’t have to go through it alone! MAME is here for you which is why we created a MAME Survival Guide to help you breeze through your 4 (5? 6?) years here. This guide includes invaluable information regarding student life, your courses and external relations. Thank you to the numerous older mechies who passed down their wisdom!
MAME put together some novel Course Packs on Matlab and VBA to help you during your time at McGill. Do not hesitate to contact us with any suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org
The McGill Engineering Student Centre (MESC) offers many services to undergraduate students, integrating the Student Affairs Office (SAO), academic advising and peer tutoring.MESC administers students’ records and is an important resource for policies and procedures related to student affairs. This office also helps in advising and assisting students in program planning and in the proper selection of courses, so that all students follow programs that coincide with their talents, interests and goals. Visit their website for more information!
The Engineering Career Centre is also an integral part of the McGill Engineering Student Centre and provides students with opportunities to gain career-related experience through internships (Engineering Internship Program); connect with employers; learn about various career paths; develop their job search skills; and more. Visit ECC’s website and facebook page for more information !
The McGill Institute for Aerospace Engineering (MIAE) is an amazing resource for students interested in the aerospace industry. It an incredible environment for those who wish to expand their opportunities in the field, all while developing their related knowledge. Students who are accepted into the Institute are provided with resources and internship opportunities at Pratt & Whitney, Bombardier, Siemens, Bell Helicopter and more! They are also and informed of events such as plant visits to allow the pursuit of their interests. MIAE creates a mutually beneficial setting, providing students with unique and valuable experiences while introducing the industry to some of Canada’s brightest engineering students. For more information, check out their website!
The McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS) assists students in their career development and search for permanent, part-time, and summer jobs, as well as internships, by providing workshops, individual advising, a comprehensive job posting service, and an extensive Career Resource Centre. For a list of all events, log-in to myFuture and click on the Events tab.
Speaking of Events, TechFair is one the biggest networking events in engineering. TechFair is a collaborative effort combining the resources and expertise of the Engineering Career Centre (ECC), the Engineering Student Society (EUS) and the Computer Science Student Society (CSUS). Created in the year 2000, the TechFair intends to connect McGill students in Engineering, Computer Science and Physical Sciences with the top employers in the field for the purpose of exploring career and/or internship opportunities. For more information on TechFair, visit their website or their facebook page.
Copi EUS is the place to go for all your printing and copying needs. They print pamphlets, booklets, posters, notebooks, business cards, and even bounded materials. Essentially everything you will need to print during your degree! Not to mention, they sell very useful coursepacks, past exams and study notes. Check out their website for more info!
Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30AM-5:30PM
This place has everything you need when you need it! Get your snacks, school supplies, swag and more! The General Store, colloquially referred to as the "G-Store", has everything you need from snacks to school supplies to swag and more! For those forgetful days, the G-store will will be your life saver. Not to mention, their daily brewed coffee!
Hours: Monday to Friday 8AM-5PM
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Frostbite is Engineering's very own Ice Cream shop! Their range of delicious flavours will always provide you with that much needed pick-me-up during the semester. Got lower than a 30% on a midterm or final? Cheer up with some free ice cream! Don’t forget to take advantage of their amazing deals like "Toonie Tuesday" and check out their website for more info!
Hours: Monday to Friday 12PM-5PM