In Bromont :
In Quebec :
Quebec has nine universities, some of which with international level Research and Development chairs. Quebec ranks first in Canada for the number of foreign university students (over 17,000) who come from 160 countries.
UNIVERSITÉ DE SHERBROOKE
Situated in Sherbrooke, a charming Francophone city situated in the southern part of Quebec, the UdeS is located in the heart of an international research cluster. The institution established its reputation due to the quality of its teaching and its research which enabled it to exchange, collaborate and innovate with universities from around the world. It has 38,000 students from 100 countries and offers 385 programs across the three levels in most major subjects. Its drive in research attracts more than $143 million in public and private investments each year.
Bishop’s University is residential undergraduate university. Its primary focus is to offer students a quality education in arts, sciences, administration and education.
UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL
Founded in 1878, the Université de Montréal today forms with its two affiliated schools the École Polytechnique and the HEC Montréal, the largest university complex in Quebec and the second Canada. It welcomes 55,000 students, employs 10,000 people and grants close to 10,000 degrees at all levels of study. A Montréaler by birth with an international outlook, the Université de Montréal is one of the largest universities in the French-speaking world.
ÉCOLE POLYTECHNIQUE DE MONTRÉAL
The École polytechnique de Montréal is an institution of higher education in engineering affiliated to the Université de Montréal, situated in Montréal and founded in 1873. In addition to its undergraduate programs, the Polytechnique offers graduate training and is one of the most important engineering research institutions in Canada. The Polytechnique is one of the three largest engineering faculties in Canada and the largest in Quebec.
MC GILL UNIVERSITY
McGill University is one of the most prestigious institutions of higher education in and the Canada and the country’s principal research university. The student body, from 150 countries, is the most international of all Canadian universities with medical and doctoral programs. It has two campuses, 11 faculties, some 300 programs of study and 37,500 students. McGill University is internationally renowned for the excellence of its teaching and research.
Concordia University offers 300 undergraduate programs, 195 graduate programs, diplomas and certificates as well as 35 postdoctoral programs. The University’s research and creation activities in many ways address social issues, industry needs, cultural diversity as well as science and technology. Whether it is to protect the environment or related to health and welfare, Concordia researchers make major contributions to knowledge generation.
UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À MONTRÉAL
The Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) is a public, secular, Francophone university known internationally. The originality and unique characteristics of its programs, its cutting-edge research often focused on social issues and its innovations in design have helped create its reputation. The university offers courses at the Montréal campus and at its regional campuses situated in the greater metropolitan area of Montréal.
ÉCOLE DE TECHNOLOGIE SUPÉRIEURE
The École de technologie supérieure is a part of the Université du Québec network. Specialized in applied engineering teaching and research and technology transfer, it trains engineers and researchers who are known for their practical and innovative approach. Since its inception, it has maintained a unique partnership with business and industry, with both large companies and SMEs.