With a solid academic record and wide community involvement, Virginie Simoneau-Gilbert gains free access to pursue a doctorate in philosophy at the University of Oxford.
For years, the old Outremont Train Yard was a long scar on Montréal’s urban landscape. Now a new neighbourhood is taking shape there, centred around the Université de Montréal’s new MIL Campus.
The famous Congolese gynecologist – renowned for treating wartime survivors of rape – comes to the School of Public Health, agrees to exchanges and training programs, and is awarded an honorary PhD.
On a field trip for the CERIUM summer school, Thomas Mulcair, Sara Teitelbaum and a delegation of UdeM students visited the Montérégie wind farm and the Mohawk community of Kahnawà:ke.
A new ranking puts UdeM 1st in Canada in several categories and 7th in the world overall for trying to meet the sustainable-development goals of the United Nations.
$1.6 million over six years will help train over 100 Canadian professionals on machine learning in quantitative finance.
A new research chair on the grieving process has been set up at UdeM's School of Social Work thanks to a donation from Quebec's Monbourquette Foundation.
Now in their ninth year, Quacquarelli Symonds’ World University Rankings by Subject focuses on 48 academic disciplines. UdeM ranked in 39 of them.
The university signs a three-year, $6.3-million deal with Mitacs, a Canadian innovation organization, to offer international-research bursaries to 600 students and bring 450 foreign students here.
UdeM and the FAÉCUM have launched a campaign to raise students’ awareness about the importance of taking care of their mental health and reaching out to others when they’re feeling down.