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Université de Montréal

 

Service de l’admission et du recrutement
Université de Montréal
C.P. 6205
Succursale Centre-Ville
Montréal Québec H3C 3T5
Canada
Telephone: (514) 343-7076
Email:
saefmv@medvet.umontreal.ca
www.medvet.umontreal.ca

 
 
Application Information
 
Applications available: December

Online: 90 $
Paper: 120 $

 
Application deadline: February 1
 
Residency implications: Canadian citizenship or permanent residency in Canada is required. A total of 90 students are admitted each year.
 
Prerequisites for Admission
 
DEC (Diplôme d’Etudes Collégiales) including the following courses:
 
Cours/Course requirements
Physics 101, 201, 301–78
Chemistry 101, 201, 202
Biology 301, 401
Mathematics (including calculus) 103, 203
 
To be considered for admission, one must: a) have completed the above requirements, or b) have completed equivalent studies.
 
Note: All lectures are given in French. Examinations must be written in French.
 
The DMV is a 5-year program.
 
Condition concerning the knowledge of French: To be admissible, the candidate must demonstrate that he/she has acquired the minimal level of proficiency in French as required by the chosen program, as established by the University.
 
To this end, the candidate must either:
• succeed the Épreuve uniforme de langue et littérature française of the Ministry of Education of Quebec or;
• obtain a score of at least 785/990 on the International French exam (Test de français international TFI)
http://www.etudes.umontreal.ca/programme/doc_prog/section2.pdf .
 
Performance Score: This score is obtained by comparing the student’s grade in each course with the class average.
 
Course completion deadline: The applicant must have completed all prerequisites at the time of application.
 
Additional considerations (in order of importance)
1. Academic record
2. Interview: the interview is designed to verify the transversal competencies.
 
Summary of Admission Procedure
 
Timetable
Application deadline: February 1
Interviews: beginning of May
Notification of acceptance: end of May, early June
Fall semester begins: end of August
 
Deposit (to hold place in class): 200 $C.
 
Evaluation criteria %
Performance score 60
Interview 40
 
Estimated Expenses for the 2011–2012 Academic Year
Tuition and fees: 72.26 $C per credit for residents of Quebec (approx. 45 per year)
195.27 $ per credit for Canadian non-residents of Quebec
 
 
 
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