These universities have common interests and share similar goals in the areas of teaching, research, and service to society and the international community. The G3 aims to create innovative collaboration models in training, teaching, and research. It positions itself as a reference within the Francophonie.
G3 universities have created a common fund to help initiate new partnerships. The Strategic Project Development Program for Teaching and Research is one of the main vehicles for developing collaborations within the G3. The program is funded equally by all members of the group.
For further information, please contact Marie-Claude Payette, Acting Director of International Affairs.
The Université de Montréal has had links with Chinese universities for more than 20 years.
The various partnerships and agreements developed in recent years have allowed Chinese students to study at the Université de Montréal and allowed UdeM students and professors to study and work in China.
Located in Beijing, the China Office was created in 2018. It aims to consolidate the many partnerships with this country and increase exchange opportunities for UdeM students and professors.
The Office covers all aspects of Université de Montréal’s mission:
- continuing education
- international cooperation
- Alumni relations.