To support International Students on their educational journey, the Université de Montréal offers the UdeM Exemption Scholarship Program for the academic year of 2023-2024. The scholarship is now open for application and encourages international students who aspire to pursue their studies at the prestigious Université de Montréal. The UdeM exemption scholarship program aims to provide financial support to international students pursuing their university studies.
The primary objective of this initiative is to enable exceptional individuals from various countries to attend one of the world’s top francophone research universities. By attracting international students, we aim to enrich the cultural diversity of the Université de Montréal community while fulfilling our educational mission. Prospective candidates have the opportunity to apply for various scholarship programs, including those for undergraduate degrees, master’s degrees, Ph.D. programs, and postdoctoral fellowships at Université de Montréal in Canada.
Scholarship Provider: Université de Montréal
About the Provider
Source: The Université de Montréal
Université de Montréal stands as a prestigious institution, widely acknowledged as a world-class French-speaking university. With its commitment to excellence in education and research, UdeM consistently ranks among the best universities globally. Its primary objective is to provide an exceptional learning environment where the brightest minds from all corners of the world can thrive.
The university actively seeks out the most talented and promising students, recognizing their potential to make significant contributions to their respective fields and the institution’s rich heritage. By attracting and nurturing these exceptional individuals, Université de Montréal aims to create a dynamic intellectual community where diverse perspectives and ideas converge. At UdeM, the pursuit of knowledge is deeply ingrained in its identity.
The university provides an extensive array of academic disciplines and majors, spanning nearly every field of study. UdeM’s commitment to academic excellence extends beyond its borders. By offering a platform for exceptional students from around the world, the university aims to facilitate global collaboration and knowledge sharing. Through its renowned faculty, state-of-the-art research facilities, and extensive academic programs, UdeM provides an enriching and transformative educational experience that prepares students to become leaders in their respective fields.
The University aspires to create a vibrant and interconnected network of students who will go on to make meaningful contributions to their fields of study, their communities, and society as a whole. The university recognizes that nurturing and empowering these talented individuals, not only benefits the students themselves but also enriches the overall educational experience for the entire student body.
- Applicant’s Nationality: International
- Degree Level: Undergraduate, Master’s, and PhD Degree
- Field: Any eligible fields offered by the university
- Number of Awards: NA
- Scholarship Awards: Tuition fee
- Scholarship Country: Canada
- Duration: Up to three years
- Renewable: Yes
- Offered Annually: Yes
- The scholarship program offers exemption from additional tuition fees to international students, excluding French and French-speaking Belgian students.
- The applicants must be classified as an international paying-fee student.
- To be eligible for the scholarship, the candidate must have received an offer of admission to a study program at UdeM.
- The candidate must possess valid study authorizations, including a Certificate of Acceptance of Quebec and a study permit, for all sessions of their study program. Detailed information on administrative and immigration procedures can be found on the university’s web page.
- Continuous full-time enrollment throughout the entire study program is required unless an approved absence has been granted.
- The candidate should not be benefiting from any other form of tuition fee exemption.
- Enrollment in an independent study program is not permitted for eligibility in the UdeM exemption scholarship.
- Failure to meet any of the above conditions may result in the withdrawal of the UdeM exemption scholarship.
The applicants must meet the admission requirements of the university depending on the degree and field of study.
- The applicants for the bachelor’s degree must be holding a secondary certificate or equivalent.
- master’s degree applicants must be holding a bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
- Ph.D. Students must be holding a master’s degree or equivalent.
- All applicants must have adequate knowledge of French and English language.
- International students often experience a waiting period of three to six months while obtaining their visa and completing the necessary procedures for their stay in Quebec.
- Failure to adhere to these procedures within the specified timeframe may result in the postponement of the admission application to a later session.
- For foreign candidates seeking admission to master’s or Ph.D. level programs, it is essential to verify whether the degree obtained in their home country is recognized by the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies department.
- Scholarships for the academic year 2023-24 in Canada require an online application process. Candidates are required to first gain admission to a degree program at the university. Once admitted, students will be automatically considered for the scholarships that are available.
- After the submission of the admission, the applicants will receive an access code for the “Student Centre.” This online platform serves as a hub where the applicants can track the progress of their application and access the offer of the acceptance letter.
- The students who have received an admission offer from the university will inform by their registered email and the amount of the scholarship which will be awarded.
Undergraduate programs will be evaluated based on their academics:
- Level A: $13,340.40 per year (2 sessions/30 credits), $6,670.20 per session (15 credits), or $444.68 per credit.
- Level B: $6,357.60 per year (2 sessions/30 credits), $3,178.80 per session (15 credits), or $211.92 per credit.
- Level C: $2,223.90 per year (2 sessions/30 credits), $1,111.95 per session (15 credits), or $7.13 per credit.
- Non-research: $10,474.65 per year (3 sessions/45 credits) or $3,491.55 per session (15 credits) or $232.77 per credit.
- Research: $10,347.75 per year (3 sessions/45 credits) or $3,449.25 per session (15 credits) or $229.95 per credit.
- $22,241.25 per year (3 sessions/45 credits), $7,413.75 per session (15 credits), or $494.25 per credit.
The deadline to complete and submit the application is until September 1, 2023