With its affiliated schools, HEC Montréal and Polytechnique Montréal, Université de Montréal is the leading hub of higher education in Quebec.
With over $500 million in research funding, UdeM ranks among the top universities in Canada, largely thanks to its high volume of its research activities.
UdeM ranks 47th in the world for the reputation of its graduates among employers, according to the Global University Employability Ranking.
UdeM is 88th among the world’s top universities, according to the Times Higher Education ranking.
27% of our students are enrolled in graduate studies, one of the highest proportions in Canada.
Université de Montréal has 10,000 foreign students, making it Canada’s third most international university, according to the Times Higher Education ranking. 5,500 Canadian permanent residents also attend UdeM every year.
2,300 professors and researchers
500 adjunct professors
2,000 clinical professors
13 faculties and schools
2 affiliated schools
27 affiliated healthcare institutions
500 international partners
465 research units
145 Canada Research Chairs
2 Canada Excellence Research Chairs
1 Canada 150 Research Chair
2 university-hospital research centres
$597.2 M in research income
400,000 graduates worldwide
12,946 in 2020
Pierre-Elliott Trudeau, Louise Arbour, Denys Arcand, Joanne Liu, Roger Guillemin, Hubert Reeves, Jean Coutu, Kim Thuy, Robert Bourassa, Jacques Parizeau, Antonine Maillet, Hubert Aquin, Pierre Péladeau, Pauline Marois, Lucille Teasdale, Morris Goodman, Paul Gérin-Lajoie and hundreds of others.
3 M books and documents
3.2 M visitors
4.2 M documents read
23 Carabins competition teams
More than 520 student-athletes
U Sports Canadian University Championships
Men's soccer :1(2018)
Women's soccer : 1 (2017)
Women's hockey : 2 (2013 and 2016)
Men's football : 1 (2014)