University of Montreal

University of Montreal

  • 30
    Acceptance Rate
  • 650
    Available Programs
  • 35949
    Average Cost
  • 98
    Employment Rate
  • Program
  • Permit


The Université de Montréal was founded with the goal of offering higher education. Over the course of more than 135 years, it has become an institution serving society as a whole. 

Entry requirements

To apply to the University of Montreal, you need to submit:

  • Identity documents
  • Supporting documents 

You must attach a copy of your official transcripts from the last year of secondary school and every subsequent year of studies, university or other. These transcripts must give a detailed account of the results from each of these years, including failed and retaken years. If applicable, you must also provide a copy of any diplomas awarded, as well as the results of any exams or competitions showing completion of studies (for example, the transcript of baccalaureate exam results).

  • Letters of Recommendation
  • English/French Proficiency

Scholarship & funding

Obtaining scholarships is certainly a very good way to finance your studies! Nevertheless, it’s important to know that they are primarily for graduate-level students. It is also important to know that they are generally allocated to students with excellent academic records.

The scholarship directory is the ideal reference to learn about scholarships for which you may be eligible. There are over 5,000 sources of financing offered by Udem, businesses, foundations and a range of public and private organizations. You would be surprised by the number of possibilities open to you, particularly at the graduate level. Do not hesitate to refine your search criteria to obtain more specific results.


Student life

There are all kinds of activities on the UdeM campus. Whether you’re looking to learn, experiment, try something from other lands or just have fun, you’ll sure to find something that appeals to you!