Join the 9,629 students who came to the UdeM from other parts of Canada and 35 other countries in 2012.
You don't have a college diploma (DEC or equivalent), but you'd like to enrol in a program at the Université de Montréal?
Ask about our preparatory year, managed by the Service d'appui à la formation interdisciplinaire et à la réussite étudiante (SAFIRE) (in French). Subject to certain conditions, it can help you become eligible for most of our undergraduate programs.
The Bureau des étudiants internationaux is a name to remember!
Call on the Bureau des étudiants internationaux (international student services) for information on:
- Admission to regular programs
- Exchange programs
- Immigration formalities
- Medical coverage
- Tuition fees
- Tips to simplify your stay in Montréal
- Life in Montréal
Other useful information
About the language of instruction at the UdeM
Because the Université de Montréal is a Francophone institution, the language of instruction in most cases is French. For some courses, you can submit papers and write exams in English. But for dealing with the university administration and living in Montréal, you will need a working knowledge of French. (For more information)