Skip to main content

Applicants for Graduate Programs

Important: the Registar's Office reserves the right to ask, at any moment, the official documents in support to your admission application for verification and monitoring purposes. 

You have to provide the documents necessary for your admission application within 30 calendar days after the submission of your request and the payment of the application fee. In some cases, the required time can be shorter. Consult your admission file to know the exact date. 

Make sure to send the requested documents in accordance with the deadline. A delay could cause a refusal in the wanted program. 

Applicants currently enrolled at Université Laval

  • In some situations, the Registrar’s Office may later request a copy of your birth certificate.
  • Résumé, description of work/life experience, letter of interest, and research proposal, as described in the program description.
  • Legible copy of transcript(s) from other universities you have attended.
  • 3 copies of the Report on the Applicant: If you are applying for a doctoral program, have 3 of your professors or employers complete and submit the Report on the Applicant. If you are applying for a master’s program, you are only required to provide the Report on the Applicant if specifically stated in the program description.

You have to provide the documents required for your admission application. Consult your admission file to know which documents you have to submit. 

Applicants who previously attended Université Laval

And registered within the past 5 years:

  • In some situations, the Registrar’s Office may later request a copy of your birth certificate.
  • Résumé, description of work/life experience, letter of interest, and research proposal, as described in the program description.
  • Legible copy of official transcript(s) from other universities you have attended.
  • 3 copies of the Report on the Applicant: If you are applying for a doctoral program, have 3 of your professors or employers complete and submit the Report on the Applicant. If you are applying for a master’s programs, you are only required to provide the Report on the Applicant if specifically stated in the program description.

And registered 5 or more years ago: 

  • Birth certificate (legible copy)
  • Résumé, description of work/life experience, letter of interest, and research proposal, as described in the program description.
  • Legible copy of transcripts from your university studies or additional studies undertaken after completing your pre-university education.
  • 3 copies of the Report on the Applicant: If you are applying for a doctoral program, have3 of your professors or employers complete and submit the Report on the Applicant. If you are applying for a master’s programs, you are only required to provide the Report on the Applicant if specifically stated in the program description.

You have to provide the documents required for your admission application. Consult your admission file to know which documents you have to submit. 

Applicants who attended another Québec university

  • Birth certificate (legible copy)
  • Résumé, description of work/life experience, letter of interest, and research proposal, as described in the program description.
  • Legible copy of transcripts from your university studies or additional studies undertaken after completing your pre-university education.
  • 3 copies of the Report on the Applicant: If you are applying for a doctoral program, have 3 of your professors or employers complete and submit the Report on the Applicant. If you are applying for a master’s programs, you are only required to provide the Report on the Applicant if specifically stated in the program description.

You have to provide the documents required for your admission application. Consult your admission file to know which documents you have to submit. 

International applicants

  • Résumé, description of work/life experience, letter of interest, and research project proposal as described in the program description.
  • Upon arrival, international applicants must present their passports or study permits for the purpose of confirming their dates of birth.
  • Legible copy of transcripts from your university studies or additional studies undertaken after completing your pre-university education.
  • Legible copy of diplomas or degree certificates, once awarded, or official transcripts showing the name of the diploma received.
  • 3 copies of the Report on the Applicant: If you are applying for a doctoral program, have 3 of your professors or employers complete and submit the Report on the Applicant. If you are applying for a master’s programs, you are only required to provide the Report on the Applicant if specifically stated in the program description.

You have to provide the documents required for your admission application. Consult your admission file to know which documents you have to submit. 

Canadian applicants born outside Québec or outside Canada

  • Birth certificate (legible copy).
  • Canadian applicants born outside Canada must provide front and back copies of their Canadian Citizenship Card.
  • Résumé, description of work/life experience, letter of interest, and research proposal, as described in the program description.
  • A duly completed copy of the form Additional Information for Permanent Code (REG-180a-AD) (PDF) for attribution of your permanent code.
  • Legible copy of transcripts from your university studies or additional studies undertaken after completing your pre-university education.
  • Legible copy of diplomas or degree certificates, once awarded, or official transcripts showing the name of the diploma received.
  • 3 copies of the Report on the Applicant: If you are applying for a doctoral program, have 3 of your professors or employers complete and submit the Report on the Applicant. If you are applying for a master’s programs, you are only required to provide the Report on the Applicant if specifically stated in the program description.

You have to provide the documents required for your admission application. Consult your admission file to know which documents you have to submit. 

Applicants who are permanent residents of Canada

  • Front and back copies of your permanent resident card and Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ), if applicable.
  • Legible copy of transcripts from your university studies or additional studies undertaken after completing your pre-university education.
  • Legible copy of diplomas or degree certificates, once awarded, or official transcripts showing the name of the diploma received.
  • Résumé, description of work/life experience, letter of interest, and research proposal, as described in the program description.
  • 3 copies of the Report on the Applicant: If you are applying for a doctoral program, have 3 of your professors or employers complete and submit the Report on the Applicant. If you are applying for a master’s programs, you are only required to provide the Report on the Applicant if specifically stated in the program description.

You have to provide the documents required for your admission application. Consult your admission file to know which documents you have to submit. 

Questions about admission?

Registrar's Office
Pavillon Jean-Charles-Bonenfant
2345, allée des Bibliothèques
Bureau 2440 Université Laval
Québec (Québec) G1V 0A6

Québec Area
418 656-3080

Toll Free
1 877 785-2825