What is the biggest difference between grad and undergrad?

Instagram @gradlifemcgill // photo by @fanidee

Instagram @gradlifemcgill // photo by @fanidee

Being a graduate student can be tough. A lot of your time is spent working solo in your lab, library, office. You have a lot less classes than in your undergrad so meeting other students can be tricky. Here at GradLife McGill we really try to create a sense of community and hopefully inspire you to get out of your labs and meet all the amazing graduate students at McGill. I really love speaking to new people and learning about their experiences as a grad student. It’s so refreshing to hear other people’s opinions but also so comforting to know you’re not the only one that’s finds it hard to get up in the morning. I tried to capture this in this month’s video by asking fellow graduate students what they thought was the biggest difference between grad and undergrad. Some of the faces may be familiar to you, maybe not, but I am sure their stories will be! Hope you enjoy. Please give any suggestions for future vidoes in the comment section, would love to hear from you. See you next time!

https://youtu.be/6cYGFJvXAJc

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