If you are a student interested in attending university in Canada why not choose Université Laval to pursue your studies or research? UL offers an exceptional experience in a welcoming and safe French-speaking environment.
Studying at UL
The Québec university system is based on the North American model and is similar to the European LMD system. To complete a program at UL, you must meet the admission requirements, hold the minimum diploma required for the level of studies you wish to pursue, and demonstrate a sufficient level of French proficiency.
Explore our broad range of undergraduate and graduate programs and find the one that's right for you.
Fees and budgeting
A university education is an investment and costs a considerable sum of money. To successfully complete your studies, it’s a good idea to draw up a budget and look into available scholarships and other forms of financial aid.Fees and budgeting Scholarships and financial aid Working during your studies
Financial support for graduate students
There is a range of financial aid options available for international students enroled in a graduate program. Scholarships can be a significant source of funding and supplemental tuition fee exemption programs can considerably reduce the cost of your studies.Financing options according to your study profile Supplemental tuition fee exemption
Looking for a research supervisor?
As one of Canada’s leading research universities, UL receives generous funding for students to join research teams.Find a research supervisor Explore our infrastructures
Study or do research in Québec through a UL international mobility program. These programs, offered in collaboration with universities and institutions around the world, give you the opportunity to add an international dimension to your degree.Student exchanges Training and research internships
Enjoy individual guidance and support
Our student information specialists are happy to advise you throughout the admissions experience, from choosing your program to completing your immigration process.
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Future students welcome centre
2305, rue de l'Université, local 1104
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