Facts & Figures
First in Quebec
With its affiliated schools, HEC Montréal and Polytechnique Montréal, UdeM (Universite de Montreal) forms Québec’s leading higher education hub.
- 4e in Canada; with research revenue exceeding half a billion dollars, UdeM is one of the highest-ranked research universities in Canada, due to high volume its scientific activities.
- 41e to the World; UdeM is listed at 41e world rank for the reputation of its graduates with employers, according to global employability University Rankings.
- 88e to the World; UdeM is located at 88e ranked in the prestigious Times Higher Education ranking and is the only French-language Canadian university to be among the top 100 universities in the world.
- UdeM – 45,883
- HEC Montreal – 14,820
- Polytechnique Montreal – 9,223
The Université de Montréal welcomes nearly 8,500 foreign students, making it the 3rde the most international university in Canada according to the Times Higher Education. In addition, nearly 6,500 permanent residents attend it each year.
The main campus of the Université de Montréal.
Two options are available to students on the Laval campus. Some take advantage of the “all-in-Laval” formula, while others do part of their schooling there.
Located in Montérégie, the campus is home to the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the Université de Montréal, its clinics and hospitals.
Located in Trois-Rivières, this campus welcomes medical students for an unparalleled study experience.
With its simulation center and its network of partner health institutions, the Faculty of Medicine in Mauricie offers high-level teaching and clinical immersion that has nothing to envy to large urban centers.
A real local campus where students have access to various training courses, particularly in the field of social sciences and intervention.
The courses offered in Longueuil are mainly given in the evenings and on weekends, although there is also the possibility of registering for day classes.
The Science Complex, the cornerstone of the new MIL campus, represents the first phase of deployment of this large university complex located at the crossroads of several Montreal neighbourhoods.
The first building on the MIL campus houses four departments of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences: Chemistry, Physics, Geography and Biological Sciences. In the coming years, the University intends to build two new wings to house the departments of mathematics and statistics and computer science and operations research.
Visit the Admissions website for more details on the programs offered at the MIL Campus.
The offer of services in Lanaudière institutions is modulated according to the needs and demands of the region.
In response to the needs of the community, the courses offered at the Lanaudière campus are mainly derived from the 2nd cycle program in leadership and management of schools.
Regional Education Office
The Bureau de l’enseignement régional is responsible for the management and development of the Université de Montréal’s regional campuses. The Office of Regional Education develops training projects on regional campuses and offers its expertise to faculties wishing to build a clientele in the regions.
Location of Universite de Montreal