UdeM Exemption Scholarship News Canada 2024

The Université de Montréal proudly presents the UdeM Exemption Scholarship for the year 2024, extending a valuable opportunity to international students aspiring to pursue undergraduate, master’s, and PhD studies in Canada. This newly launched scholarship aims to enhance the accessibility of education by providing substantial funding, reaching up to $27,300 per annum. The funding distribution is tailored to cater to the diverse academic levels: undergraduates may receive between $2,000 and $11,998 annually, master’s students can avail themselves of $10,474.65 to $15,149.70, and PhD candidates stand to benefit from a complete tuition waiver along with additional funding ranging from $19,339 to $22,241.25. This initiative significantly alleviates the financial burden of annual tuition fees, making the esteemed Université de Montréal an affordable and attractive choice for numerous prospective students. Aspiring scholars must fulfill language requirements and adhere to application deadlines on February 1, 2024, or September 1, 2024. This scholarship underscores the university’s dedication to cultivating a diverse and dynamic academic community by supporting students from around the world.

Degree Levels and Scholarship Benefits:

Undergraduate (Bachelor’s Degree):

  • Duration: Typically three to four years of full-time study.
  • Scholarship Benefits: Varied based on academic merit. Level A offers $11,998 per year, Level B provides $5,718 annually, and Level C offers $2,000 each year.

Master’s Degree:

  • Duration: Usually one to two years of full-time study.
  • Types of Programs: Includes both research and non-research programs.
  • Scholarship Benefits: Non-research program students receive $10,474.65 annually, while research program students currently receive $10,347.75 per year, increasing to $15,149.70 starting Fall 2024.

PhD Degree:

  • Duration: Typically three to five years of full-time study.
  • Scholarship Benefits: PhD students receive a complete tuition waiver, aligning their fees with those of Quebec graduate studies students. They also receive annual funding of $19,339, increasing to $22,241.25 for certain programs.

For all levels, the base cost without the scholarship ranges from $23,000 to $38,000 (CAD) annually, depending on the program and citizenship status. Applicants are advised to carefully consider their field of study and degree level when applying for the UdeM Exemption Scholarship to ensure alignment with their academic and career goals.

Available Subjects:

The Université de Montréal offers a diverse array of subjects across various fields of study for undergraduate, master’s, and PhD programs. Although specific programs eligible for the UdeM Exemption Scholarship 2024 are not explicitly outlined, the university typically provides courses in the following faculties:

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