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Université de Montréal


The heart of the Université de Montréal

Set on the north slope of Mount Royal, the main campus extends into the neighbourhoods around the mountain and is home to programs in a wide variety of disciplines.

Montréal campus

The MIL Campus

New campus, new neighbourhood

Located in the heart of the city, the MIL campus is home to the Science Complex, where research and teaching activities are conducted for the departments of chemistry, physics, biology and geography.

The MIL campus


A local player

The Université de Montréal has had a presence in Laval, in the heart of the Cité du savoir, since 2011. The campus offers complete programs in health and education, as well as services designed especially for its students.

Laval campus


One of a kind

The UdeM Faculty of Veterinary Medicine campus is located in the heart of Quebec’s main agri-food zone, and is the only veterinary school in the province.

Saint-Hyacinthe campus


Medicine on a human scale

UdeM campus in the Mauricie region is the first decentralized campus in Canada where students can complete their entire medical training, from their preparatory year to a residence in family medicine.

Mauricie campus


Close to home

Located in Place-Charles-Le Moyne, right next to the metro station, the campus is perfect for South Shore residents studying part-time, evenings and weekends.

Longueuil campus


Université de Montréal in Lanaudière

Services at UdeM facilities in Lanaudière are geared to meet regional needs and requests.


The Bureau de l'enseignement régional

The Bureau de l'enseignement régional oversees the management and development of the regional UdeM campuses.

Bureau de l'enseignement régional


The Université de Montréal can count on valuable partnerships in health care with some 20 hospitals and university institutes, including the CHUM and CHU Sainte-Justine hospitals.

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Other places to discover

Our professors, researchers and students can take advantage of specialized off-campus facilities. Here are a few of them.


The observatory is located in the Mont-Mégantic provincial park, in Notre-Dame-des-Bois, in the Eastern Townships. It houses experimental astrophysics laboratories and the famous telescope.

Mont-Mégantic observatory


The biology station is located in Saint‐Hippolyte, in a wooded and mountainous part of the lower Laurentians. The protected area is ideal for observing the environmental effects of climate change.

Station de biologie des Laurentides


The plant biology research institute and the Biodiversity Centre are located at the Montréal Botanical Garden. Researchers there study aspects of plant biology ranging from molecular biology to ecology, from both fundamental scientific and applied viewpoints.

Institut de recherche en biologie végétale