About Study in Montreal

A true showcase providing access to a wealth of practical information.

The Study in Montreal portal was specially designed for international students. You can find information on welcome and orientation services, public and community resources, housing, employment, university admission procedures, financial assistance programs, and a host of other interesting topics.

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Neighbourhood to discover


Neighbourhood Profile

Lachine is by far the most dramatically changed borough in Montreal. Due to its recent transformation, it has become a magnet not only for people looking for a tranquil setting, but also for avid cyclists who enjoy their sport along the Lachine Canal, which runs all the way to the Atwater market and across the Old Port.

Also accessible by bike, the Lachine public market is the place to go for local produce and other fresh food products available all year long.

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A new section for E@M

Because studying in Montreal also means metting new people and learning from them during brain dates, we have a new MEETING section on the site. You can access it here on our new E@M platform that will math you with another student to share knowledge, plans and good experiences over a coffee, beer or an excursion. To receive an invitation to join the E@M community as soon as the platform opens, sign up!

Stay connected

E@M is on Facebook and Twitter

To talk to our community and disseminate information on all of our services (welcome, orientation, activities, brain dates), the studyinmontreal.info site now has a Facebook page. We also share news for Montreal international students on our new Twitter account. Follow-us, share, comment, we look formward to being able to talk more with you!

Facebook: Etudier à Montréal // Study in Montreal 
Twitter: @EtudieAMtl

Bulletin Board

We would like to inform you that the bulletin board is no longer one of the services offered by the E@M site.

Although it was satisfactory, we intend to develop other tools to improve the site’s interactivity.

Since we need to start in order to finish, get ready to experience the new interface!

Don’t forget that you can always visit this page if you need to search for an apartment: http://www.etudieramontreal.info/en/living/tips Housing section.