If you plan on coming to Montreal to study for a term, an academic year or even an entire degree (bachelor’s, master’s, doctorate), this information may help you make your ESG UQAM academic dreams a reality.
ESG UQAM offers students a cutting-edge education that covers a diverse range of subjects, thanks to 76 programs spanning bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate levels.
ESG UQAM Exchange Programs (short-term study abroad)
Each year ESG UQAM welcomes more than 650 students through our international exchange program. Generally, international students will study for one or two academic terms at ESG UQAM.
All courses taken are accredited as part of the program they are enrolled in back home and tuition fees also continue to be paid to their home university.
Several types of agreements exist between universities which enable students to participate in ESG UQAM’s student exchange program. Find out if your university is part of an exchange agreement with ESG UQAM:
If your home university is mentioned on one of the lists above and you want to participate in a student exchange, you must first contact your university’s international relations office for more information on how to proceed. They will first have to nominate you to take part in the ESG UQAM exchange program; then you will need to complete an online application for admission to the school.
ESG UQAM’s international office is on hand to assist students directly following their admission. The service helps guide students through what needs to be done before, during, and after their arrival. All the necessary details will be sent via email.
PLEASE NOTE: Once officially admitted, students will be responsible for undertaking the necessary immigration and housing arrangements themselves. They will also have to pay for health insurance ($), which is required by UQAM for all students (except countries with an agreement in place).