Canada, Quebec

The largest constitute element of Université du Québec system, The Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) is a French language and a major research university in Canada. 6 faculties and one school are subdivided into 41 departments and schools, offering more than 300 programs. UQAM has nearly 100 research units, including centres, chairs and interdisciplinary institutes. The institute has partnered with 450 learning hubs over 60 countries on 5 continents to enable exchange programs. It also offers courses and degrees in computer science, education, communication, environmental science and management through distance education.

Campus Life

UQAM is nestled in downtown Montreal, originally built in Quartier Latin called Berri-UQAM which is the largest metro station in the city, however, it expanded the campus near Place des Arts called Complexe des sciences Pierre-Dansereau. Lanaudiere, Laval, Monteregie and Ouest-de-I’ile are cities where the regional centres of the University located. A rich blend of North American and European cultures, Montreal offers an exceptionally diverse education, affordability and better job prospects. Also, Montreal was named one of the best college towns in the world - and 1st in North America - as ranked by QS best student cities in 2019.

Noted Alumni

This renowned university is home to Pierre Dansereau (the pioneer of ecology); former Quebec PM- Bernard Landry; Regine Robin (novelist); Lea pool (filmmaker); social psychologists- Robert Vallerand and Bernard Landry; former Quebec Prime Ministers.