It is primordial to obtain the entry and stay visas before coming to Canada. However, the CAQ and study permit are not required by foreign nationals whose program of studies is for six months or less; a visitor's visa is sufficient.
University residences: are reserved for regular full-time students. Rent for a single room is around 0 per month, and a lease must be signed. For further information or to request a room, please contact the University's residences directly.
Off-campus housing: information is available through the University's off-campus housing office. The office has a database of apartments and rooms located near the University and in areas that are easy to access by metro or bus.
Contact the office only after you have arrived in Montreal because it does not accept reservations. You are advised to arrive two or three weeks before classes begin.
Régie du logement du Québec
If you have any questions concerning your rights and obligations with respect to housing (average rent, rent payments, recourses, etc.), contact the Quebec housing control board (Régie du logement) at (514) 873-2245.
In order to work and be paid, you must have a Social Insurance Number (SIN) issued by Service Canada.
You may take a job on the University campus (if you have a valid work permit and a job offer) or off-campus (if you have an off-campus work permit).
For further information, visit the Université de Montréal's International Student Website.
The Faculty of Law and the CRDP offer graduate programs in biotechnology law and information technologies law. Doctoral students may also write theses in these areas. Through their research and teaching, the CRDP's professors-researchers constantly renew these programs, which provide the framework in which the professors supervise and cosupervise most students.
To be accepted into the Master of Laws program (in Information technologies law or Biotechnology law), an applicant must:
Master's students may be enrolled for a maximum of 12 full-time semesters. In some cases, on recommendation by the Dean of the Faculty of Law, a candidate may be permitted to enrol part time.
To be accepted into the Doctor of Laws program, an applicant must:
Conditions of admissibility and forms
You must ensure that one of the CRDP's researchers will agree to direct you before you begin the application process.
The list of CRDP researchers and their areas of interest is available here.
Over the last five years, some 20 postdoctoral students have continued original research projects at the CRDP in its research areas. In collaboration with a main or associate researcher in the Regroupement droit et changements, postdoctoral students are invited to take part in the work of one of our researcher teams. Through their publications, conferences, seminars, researcher project development and teaching, postdoctoral researchers contribute in many ways to the researcher activities of the CRDP and the Regroupement.
For further information on postdoctoral research at the CRDP and on how to request financial support, please email email@example.com and visit the website of Faculté des études supérieures de l'Université de Montréal.
Before applying to do postdoctoral research at the CRDP
Conditions of admissibility
The form is available on the Internet. You may complete it online and then print it.
The program number is 4-325-1-0, its title is ''Stage postdoctoral en droit'', and the department number is 1101 (part of the form is filled out by the applicant, part by the research director and part by the Vice Dean of Research at the Faculty of Law).
Documents to be included with the application:
Send the form and documents to:
Mme Naoil Samik
Faculté des études supérieures et postdoctorales
Université de Montréal
C.P. 6128, succursale Centre-ville
Montréal - Québec
Tél. : (514) 343-7125
Fax. : (514) 343-2252