University of Montreal

The University of Montreal is present in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. This public research university has 13 faculties and more than 60 departments and 2 affiliated schools, HEC Montreal and the Ecole Polytechnique. This university provides over 650 undergraduate programmes and graduate programmes that include 71 doctoral programmes.

This university has the largest sponsored research income and the 4th largest in Canada, allotting close to $447.2 million to research conducted in over 150 research centres as of 2007. This university is also a part of the U15 universities. There are over 55000 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs and this makes it the 2nd largest university in Canada in terms of student enrollment. Study in Canada is always highly regarded and this fact proves it right.

The main campus of this university is present on the northern slope of Mont-Royal in the Outrement and Cote-des-Neiges boroughs. The landmark Pavillion Roger-Gaudry of this university was designed by renowned architect Ernest Cormier, and named for previous rector Roger Gaudry. This landmark Pavillion can be seen from around the campus and is well-known for its imposing tower. It is built in the Art Deco style along with some elements of International style.