Could I apply to McGill in one faculty then switch to a different one when I got there

Could I apply to McGill in one faculty then switch to a different one when I got there

Short answer is yes.Longer answer is that it’s ideal to initially get into the faculty that you want to graduate from, for a few reasons: When you are switching faculties they may look at your grades and if they aren’t good enough, they might not let you switchSome of the credits you earn in one faculty may not be accepted in your new facultyIf the reason you want to do this is because you didn’t get into the faculty that you really want to be in, make sure you work with an advisor to make sure you’re taking the right courses that will still count in your new faculty.For example, if you wanted to get into Management, but only got into arts, you should be sure to take Calculus in first year as that will count as credits for management, but do not take an intro to computing in Arts as those credits will not count in management.

Yes

Certainly!I didn’t have the grades to get into arts so I went to education instead.