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Information about the studies, life, work and immigration in Greater Montréal.

 
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Best student city in the Americas

Montréal is welcoming and inclusive, and has many other advantages for international students, such as quality jobs, an affordable cost of living, a safe environment and a ton of activities, whatever the season…

 
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An international city
Piknic Électronik: A festive weekend ritual
International students' blog

Piknic Électronik: A festive weekend ritual

A staple of the Montréal student experience, Piknic Électronik is one of the many boxes to check off when spending time in the city.

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Moving to Montréal 101
International students' blog

Moving to Montréal 101

Study permit, CAQ and plane ticket in hand, I still had a few things to take care of, including finding a place to stay, a phone and Internet service provider, a Canadian bank, getting the famous OPUS card, applying for a SIN and, of course, registering with the RAMQ. Seems like too much to handle? Don’t worry, everything went smoothly!

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A day in Verdun
International students' blog

A day in Verdun

Verdun is a lively neighbourhood that you must explore. It has so many restaurants and lots of activities to keep you busy throughout the year. The patios are getting bigger, music is everywhere and there’s a general festive ambiance. So go for a stroll along the river or the shopping strip, discover some quaint shops, the alluring smell of coffee and pastries, and let yourself be charmed by this charming, lively neighbourhood.

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Connecting with your new community through volunteering
International students' blog

Connecting with your new community through volunteering

In 2019, I landed in Montréal, intent on getting a job and finding my place in Québec society. Everything seemed so different from what I had experienced in Europe and Africa. But being in a French-speaking cosmopolitan city, that is easy to navigate and welcoming to newcomers, quickly helped me feel at home.

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What you need to know before studying abroad in Montréal
International students' blog

What you need to know before studying abroad in Montréal

Sometimes we forget that Montréal is still a “North American” city. There are all sorts of nationalities, cultural celebrations and the ever-present French language, which could make a French, Belgian or Swiss person believe they would not experience culture shock by moving to Montréal. However, I found that that’s not always the case, especially when it comes to schooling!

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