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Choosing UdeM

Recognized around the world for its high teaching standards, Université de Montréal is a beacon of creativity, engagement and global connectivity. Most importantly, members of the UdeM community make tangible impacts on society.

Montreal is also one of the best student cities in the world, which is one reason why thousands of international students come to UdeM each year to pursue their educational goals. Through student exchange programs, regular programs, internships and research stays, students from around the world can immerse themselves in the vibrant cultural tapestry that Montreal offers.

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Options for studying at UdeM

Short-term study projects at UdeM

Quebéc is the perfect place to spend weeks or months expanding your knowledge and pursuing your research. To start the process, check your eligibility and then follow the steps to register for the program or internship that interests you.

Regular study program

If you want to study in an undergraduate, graduate or joint PhD program, you will need to meet some immigration and university administration requirements, depending on the type and duration of your stay.

Scams that promise school admission and scholarships in exchange for payment are widespread. The only way to officially apply for admission to UdeM is through the Office of Admission and Recruitment, and the only way to apply for short-stay admission is through UdeM international.

An experienced team to help you with the process

International students who enroll at UdeM are supported by a professional team before their arrival and during their stay. 

UdeM international’s advisors guide students through the immigration process and the university administrative requirements, at every step.

The enrollment and integration of international students is done in conjunction with the Office of Admissions and Recruitment, the Registrar’s Office, the student file technician in your faculty or department and the New Student Office. 

Note: Students who want to study at Polytechnique Montréal or HEC Montréal should consult the services of these affiliated schools.