Montreal Universities & Colleges
The University du Quebec a Montreal is one of the city's French-language universities. Arts, Communications, Literary Studies, Languages, Political Science, Education and Humanities are some of the University's faculties. With a campus located in Montreal's vibrant Quartier Latin, there are a number of hang-out spots nearby where students can relax when not in class or studying.
Established in 1878 and with a graduate and undergraduate student population of 55,000, the Universite de Montreal is the second largest French-speaking university in the world (although some courses are also taught in English). The university is made up of 13 faculties and 60 departments, and offers over 500 undergraduate and graduate programs.
One of Canada's oldest and most respected universities, McGill is also often rated as one of the country's best. The universtiy offers undergraduate, masters and ph.d courses in a range of disciplines. The school's Welcome Centre offers campus tours.
With a mission to be a leader in its field while being an active partner in technological, social and economic development, the Ecole Polytechique de Montreal has built an international reputation for being an exceptional school for engineering.
One of Montreal's largest universities, Concordia has two campuses and offers a number of undergraduate and graduate programs as well as continuing education courses and programs for international students.