The University Of Montreal, popularly known as [Université de Montréal]is a public university established in 1878 in Montreal, Canada. It has over twenty academic divisions that span the social, natural, and health sciences, as well as arts and humanities disciplines. Although the primary language of instruction is French, many programs like doctoral programs in biochemistry, neurosciences, and pharmacology take in English-speaking students.
The school is co-educational and has 34,335 undergraduate and 11,925 post-graduate students (excluding affiliated schools). It has a total number of 8,244 international students. The University of Montreal is ranked 151 in Best Global Universities and 5th in CWUR World University Rankings across the nation.
Université de Montréal Scholarships are fully funded scholarships. International students from all over the world are eligible to apply. These scholarships are available for undergraduate, master’s, and as well as Ph.D. studies. Université de Montréal Scholarships offer up to $27,300 per year.
Level/Field of study:
Undergraduate, Graduate, and Post-doctorate Fellowships
Number of Scholarships:
These are the criteria to be met to be eligible for the University of Montreal Scholarships for International students
- You must be an international student.
- You must have a valid study permit and are neither a permanent resident of Canada nor hold Canadian citizenship.
- Applicants must be enrolled full-time in a study program throughout their studies at the Université de Montréal.
- Must have finished High secondary school for Bachelors’s Degree Program.
- Must have Bachelors’s Degree for Masters’s Degree Program.
- A master’s Degree is required for Doctorate Program.
International students from all over the world
The excellence of students’ academic records is the only evaluation criterion to determine the value of the scholarship. This assessment is made based on the transcripts provided during the admission application. The results of the analysis are classified into the following three levels.
- Level A: $12,465.60 per year (2 sessions, equivalent to 30 credits) or $6,232.80 per session (15 credits) or $415.52 per credit
- Level B: $5,940.90 per year (2 sessions, equivalent to 30 credits) or $2,970.45 per session (15 credits) or $198.03 per credit
- Level C: $2,078.10 per year (2 sessions, equivalent to 30 credits) or $1,039.05 per session (15 credits) or $69.27 per credit
These amounts are applied to tuition fees of 24,607.80 per year (30 credits)
However, students enrolled in a certificate, major, minor, short program, and preparatory year program for university studies automatically obtain the level C award.
For Masters programs:
- $9 787,95 per year (3 sessions, equivalent to 45 credits) or $3 262,65 per session (equivalent to 15 credits)
This amount is applied to tuition fees of $25,992.70 per year (45 credits)
$21,038.13 per year (3 sessions, equivalent to 45 credits) or $7,012.71 per session (equivalent to 15 credits) for the entire duration of your studies.
This amount is applied to the tuition fees of $25,125.93 per year (45 credits)
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