Welcome to the education professionals section
Whether you’re a guidance counsellor, academic advisor, or academic and vocational information counsellor, you’ll find the tools you need to inform and guide your students in their educational endeavours.
The Student Recruitment Office team
There for you
You can always count on the team at the Student Recruitment Office for answers to all your questions about studying at Université Laval.
There for your students
We’re there to help your students succeed in their studies and their chosen careers. Our information specialists are available for one-on-one consultations either by phone or email.
We offer a wide range of tools providing the information you need to do your job.
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Your go-to tool: it has all the info you need on bachelor’s degree and undergraduate doctoral programs, admissions, tuition fees, and university life.
This document describes the graduate programs offered at UL, broken down by faculty. It also contains information about research, scholarship programs, the admission process, and student life.
All undergraduate programs (certificates, diplomas, bachelor’s degrees, and undergraduate doctoral programs) and graduate programs (graduate diplomas, master’s and PhD) are listed.
Open house posters and leaflets.
Future students virtual info booth
The future students virtual info booth is a digital library that contains a host of helpful articles on admission, programs of study, and life at UL.
With this tool you can consult all institutional publications and many faculty documents, share useful pages with your students, and access videos and hyperlinks for more information.
Open houses, guided tours, and meetings
Students are also welcome to visit the UL campus themselves to find out what campus life will be like. We meet with students:
- At the fall and winter open houses, where they can talk to resource specialists from all faculties, learn about the services provided, and visit campus buildings and facilities
- During campus tours
- At their schools and colleges
Useful information for students
Admission application deadlines
It’s important to meet the admission application deadlines.
Students must take into account the general admission requirements when selecting their program and must meet the specific requirements of their desired program as described in the official program description.
There are no qualifying courses available for limited-enrollment programs. Students must meet the general admission requirements, as well as the specific requirements described in the list of limited-enrollment programs.
Students in bachelor’s programs are subject to the requirements of Université Laval’s Policy on the Use of French and the related provisions. After applying, non-francophone applicants must take the Test de français international (TFI).
You can find all available information about admissions at ulaval.ca/admission.
You can consult the Student Awards and Financial Aid Office website for information to guide students on the steps for obtaining scholarships and financial aid.