For international students looking to further their education, the good news is that Université de Montréal Scholarships 2023 is open.
The Université de Montréal (UdeM) announces the launch of a new scholarship program that will exclude international students from paying additional tuition fees. Being one of the best francophone research universities in the world is the focus of this new program. It aims to support the brightest students from around the globe. In exchange, by enhancing the cultural richness of the Université de Montréal community, these international students will assist us in achieving our educational objective.
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The Université de Montréal exemption scholarship program is intended to assist international applicants with their academic endeavors. They may be entitled to a reduction in the tuition fees which are charged to international students starting in the fall of 2020. Nonetheless, for winter 2023, summer 2023, fall 2023, and winter 2024 periods, scholarships will still be awarded.
The Université de Montréal Scholarships 2023 is for international students seeking undergraduate and postgraduate (Master’s and Ph.D.) studies in Canada.
Who Can Benefit From These Scholarship Programs?
International students admitted as of Fall 2020 who:
- have a study permit but are neither citizens of Canada nor permanent residents.
- will be a full-time student for the duration of their education.
- is not eligible for another policy that would free them from paying tuition. For instance, students who speak French or Belgian Francophone already receive this type of exemption.
The only evaluation factor used to decide the scholarship’s worth is how well you did in school. Based on the transcripts submitted as part of the entrance application, this evaluation is made. The analysis’s findings are divided into the ensuing three stages.
- Level A: $12,951.76 per annum (2 sessions which is equivalent to 30 credits) or $6,475.88 per session (15 credits) or $431.73 per credit.
- Level B: $6,172.60 per annum (2 sessions, which is equivalent to 30 credits) or $3,086.30 per session (15 credits), or $205.75 per credit.
- Level C: $2,159.15 per year (2 sessions, which is equivalent to 30 credits) or $1,079.57 per session (15 credits), or $71.97 per credit.
The level C award is automatically given to students who are enrolled in a certificate, major, minor, short program, or year-long program leading up to university study.
These amounts are applied to the annual tuition fee of $25,567.80 ( which is equivalent to 30 credits).
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GRADUATE PROGRAMS (MASTERS)
A partial exemption scholarship from the added tuition fees typically accessible to international students is offered to assist you in your graduate studies.
- Non-research: $10,046.35 annually ( for three sessions which is equivalent to 45 credits) or $3,348.78 per session (which is equivalent to 15 credits) or $223.25 per credit.
Note: This amount is applied to tuition fees of $28,731.60 per year (45 credits).
- Research: $10,169.68 annually (for three sessions, which is equivalent to 45 credits) or $3,389.89 per session (which is equivalent to 15 credits), or $225.99 per credit.
Note: This amount is applied to tuition fees of $29,084.40 per year (45 credits).
GRADUATE PROGRAMS (PHD)
A whole waiver of the extra tuition fees typically applied to international students is offered to assist you in pursuing your graduate studies.
With the help of this exemption bursary, you can pay the same tuition costs as graduate students in Québec.
- $21,593.35 annually (3 sessions, equal to 45 credits), or $7,197.78 each session (equal to 15 credits), or $479.85 for each credit.
Note: The amount is applied to an annual tuition fee of $29,788.60 (45 credits). For the writing and editing sessions, the same tuition fee that is charged to students in Québec will be used.
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How do I Apply For The Université de Montréal Scholarships 2023?
- Examine “Compass,” an interactive checklist that leads you through the necessary stages, to get your application and admissions process off to a good start. Also, check the admission standards for the study programs you are interested in before submitting your application to ensure that you will meet the deadlines.
- Review your file and wait for an admissions offer. Your “Student Centre” access codes will be sent to you a few days after your admissions application has been submitted. This is the website where you can keep track of your application and get your letter of acceptance.
- Take up the offer of admission to begin the assessment. A UdeM Exemption Scholarship application is not required of you. To ascertain eligibility and the amount of exemption scholarship, new candidates’ files will be reviewed.
- Obtain the award notification and payment. The Université de Montréal will swiftly email you after receiving your admissions offer to let you know how much of a scholarship you are eligible for. This document should be printed and stored safely. You’ll find it useful for future reference.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the requirements for the Université de Montréal Scholarships 2023?
For the UdeM Scholarships program, you must:
- Fill out an application to join one of the programs the Université de Montréal offers. Please be aware that students receiving free tuition are not eligible for this scholarship.
- possess an international student status and a study permit.
- engage full-time in a course of study at the University of Montréal; not receive any further exemption covering the higher tuition costs for international students.
These requirements must be met the entire time of your studies to keep your UdeM scholarship.
Who Do I Speak With If I Have Inquiries or Need Assistance?
Send an email to Bourses@sar.umontreal.ca if you’re seeking admission to an undergraduate program.
For graduate program admission, send an email to email@example.com.