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University of Montreal

2900 Edouard Montpetit Blvd, Montreal, Quebec H3T 1J4, Canada

The Université de Montréal is a French-language public research university in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

University of Montreal Summary

The main campus of the university is set on Mount Royal, the campus comprises more than 65 hectares of greenery, roads and paths. Aside from the landmark Roger Gaudry Pavilion that can be seen from kilometres away, the campus has some 40 buildings. The 13 faculties and schools at the university cover all fields of knowledge, from music to natural science, law, humanities and health. It maintains 27 healthcare institutions, and 2 associated schools namely HEC Montréal (School of Business) and Poly technique Montréal (School of Engineering. Other than this, it allows students to choose from 600 graduate and undergraduate programs.

The University of Montreal is a public institution that traces its roots back to 1878. Initially a branch of the Université Laval de Québec, it became an independent institution in 1919. The university is affiliated with two other schools: Polytechnique Montréal, an engineering school, and HEC Montréal, a business school. The university and its affiliated schools are located in Montreal, Quebec – one of the most populous metropolitan areas in Canada. Around one-fourth of the student body across all three institutions studies at the graduate level. The university offers housing for full-time undergraduate and graduate students.

University Of Montreal Placement

As per the Global University Employability Rankings, the University of Montreal ranks 41st in the world for its graduate reputation among employers. The salaries of graduates from UdeM based on their degrees according to Emolument are given below:

degreeAverage Salary [CAD]
Masters in Science150,000
Bachelor of Science107,000
Other Degree60,000
Bachelor of Arts50,000

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