Université Laval offers many options for enhancing and enriching your studies. Enjoy access to unique specialized expertise, acquire hands-on experience, or add a special profile or international exchange to your degree—just some of many ways for you to adapt your studies to your specific goals and interests.
Programs unique to UL
UL is a pioneer in a number of disciplines and is the only university in Québec, sometimes Canada, to offer certain programs in science and engineering, business administration, agriculture and food sciences, humanities, forestry, geography and geomatics, and the arts.
DEC-BAC and bridge options
DEC-BAC and bridge agreements between Québec colleges and UL enable you to earn credits from your technical college program and apply them toward your undergraduate degree if you’re studying in the same field. These agreements help reduce the cost and, in many cases, the duration of your studies.
Programs with a strong SD focus
Sustainability principles and concepts are more present than ever in UL teaching and learning activities and have been incorporated into the content of more than 350 courses. UL is constantly striving to strengthen its SD educational offerings and promote itself as a local and international centre for learning in SD, especially in the French-speaking world.
Make your education pay off even more by choosing one of UL’s five special student profiles: sustainable development, honours, entrepreneurial, international, and research. When you complete your studies, you’ll receive a diploma inscribed with the profile you took and attesting to the skills you acquired along the way.
Internships and hands-on training
Over 90% of UL undergraduate programs include mandatory or optional, often paid, internships. These opportunities allow you to become familiar with professional practices in your field of study, learn by doing, and gain experience and knowledge.
UL is a leader in international mobility and provides countless opportunities to study or do an internship abroad. Every year through agreements with some 560 institutions of higher learning and various organizations in 73 countries, UL sends approximately 1,000 students to study abroad and welcomes nearly 5,600 international students to the Québec City campus.
With over 90 distance learning programs and 900 credited online courses, you can study from anywhere in the world. Enjoy the same level of education, write your exams close to home, and balance your studies, work and personal life.