Founded in 1878, today the Université de Montreal has evolved into a premiere francophone institution that serves some 66,768 students. Including two affiliated schools, the ecole Polytechnique and the HEC Montreal, U de M is a leading research-intensive school. U de M is fundamentally rooted in Montreal and dedicated to its international mission. Moreover, the Université de Montreal is one of the top universities in the French-speaking world.
Montreal is music and UdeM is a vital part of the city's music scene. Home to one of Canada's most dynamic faculties of music, U de M is part of over 500 public events and attracts over 100,000 people each year.
Students whose previous studies were not delivered entirely in French will be required to pass an exam to demonstrate their mastery French language at a university level. Unsatisfactory test results will not impede admission or registration and for additional information, contact the Centre de francais ecrit (Writing Centre): www.cce.umontreal.ca; (514) 343-5955.
Université de Montreal scholarships: There are over 5,000 sources of financing offered by Udem, businesses, foundations and a range of public and private organizations. For international students, certain scholarships allow for a considerable reduction in tuition fees, namely the Exemption from Differential Tuition Fees award. Several sources of financing may also be offered by your country of origin.
The Ministry of Education and Higher Education’s Work-Study Programs help certain student clients experiencing financial difficulties obtain part-time employment on campus. Indeed, thanks to these programs, the salary of the eligible student is either fully or partly subsidised.
Feb 1/Feb 1, 2019 Admissions office
Phone (toll free): 1-866-977-7076 (Canada and the United States)
Phone (toll free): 800 9777-0761 (first dial the international access code for your country)