Graduate Student Resources
Resources and supports to help you throughout your graduate student journey.
Here are some resources to help you with your grad writing journey.
Building a good relationship with your supervisor is important!
Creating a learning environment that is accessible to all students is a value embedded within the university’s fabric, as well as our policies, services and practices. Learn more about supports available to graduate students with disabilities.
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Resources, workshops, supports and services to help you reach your professional and personal development goals.
A personal and professional development series for graduate students, developed by the McMaster Museum of Art. No previous art experience necessary!
Book a one-on-one appointment to learn more about life as a McMaster grad student, discuss concerns, ask questions, more.
Connect with an International Grad Navigator to find a familiar connection and support as you adjust to your new life in Canada.
Acknowledging the contributions of graduate students, supervisors and staff to McMaster University
Are you beginning your graduate journey in Fall 2020? We have lots of information and resources available!
The Three Minute Thesis competition is an opportunity to build your presentation skills, share your research with the broader community … and win some great prizes!
Due to COVID-19, the 2020 Three Minute Thesis competition has been cancelled. It will return in 2021.
Student Proposals for Intellectual Community & Engaged Scholarship –better known as Spices – are projects that are unique and address a need in the grad, McMaster, or broader Hamilton communities.
On- and off-campus resources for grad students and postdocs who have families, as well as information about a Parenting Grant for graduate students who take leave.