To qualify as a regular student in the MSc program in Computer Science, the candidate must meet the following conditions:
- Hold a B.Sc. degree in computer science or another relevant degree, all degrees having been successful with an average of at least 3,0/4,3, or equivalent, or certify training deemed equivalent;
- Have successfully completed a minimum of 40 credits of university courses, or equivalent, in computer science and mathematics, including the following courses (or their equivalents):
- MAT1400 Calcul 1;
- MAT1600 Algèbre linéaire 1;
- MAT1978 Probabilités et statistique;
- IFT2015 Structures de données;
- IFT2125 Introduction à l’algorithmique;
The Department may, if not, impose additional courses;
- Have sufficient knowledge of the French language, attested as required and on request, by passing the TFI test (International French Test) with a mark of at least 605/990.
You must complete an admission form online on the Université de Montréal website:
By respecting the following deadlines: Fall before February 1st and Winter before September 1st.
You must provide the originals of the following documents: transcripts of all your studies, diplomas and your birth certificate. Additional Information :
It is not required to have a research supervisor before submitting your application. The educational regulations of the FESP stipulate that you have until the end of your first term of schooling to find a research director to supervise you during your masters studies.
Find a DIRO research director: diro.umontreal.ca/repertoire-departement/professeurs/
DIRO's Graduate Studies Committee must have obtained all the required documents and your application for admission in order to analyze your application and give a positive or negative decision to this application for admission to the program.
You will have 30 working days to accept the positive admission offer in your Student Center - Synchro.
If you are accepted into the program and you decide not to come to the program at the Université de Montréal, you must notify the TGDE of the program by e-mail of your withdrawal.
If you have to delay your admission to the program in the chosen trimester, you must postpone the admission quarter by following the procedure in another section.
We strongly recommend that you pay the application fee (CAD$ 96.50) online using a credit card. If you do not have one, use that of a family member or relative. Please note that the request will not be sent until the payment is settled.
The payment terms are mentioned on our website at the following link:
Please note that documents must be sent to us by mail or any other shipping service within 10 business days after submitting your online application and no documents received by email will be accepted unless letters of recommendation (sent directly to my email).
If desired, include pre-addressed, postage-paid envelope for return to Canada and the United States only.
Université de Montréal
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C. P. 6205, succursale Centre-ville
Montréal (Québec) H3C 3T5
OR IN PERSON OR BY SHIPPING SERVICE
Université de Montréal
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2332, boul. Édouard-Montpetit
Montréal (Québec) H3T 1J4 Canada
Postponement of admission
Here is the procedure to follow for the postponement of the application for admission:
- Complete a new application for admission up to the payment stage without making this one
- You will get a confirmation number, 500XXX
- You will email this confirmation number to the TGDE, Mme Céline Bégin at the DIRO
- Upon receipt of this email, the TGDE will arrange for the postponement of the application
- You will receive a new Notice of Decision by email and you will have 30 days to accept the application in your Student Center - Synchro
A foreign student must apply for admission to a full-time program unless he or she holds a different type of permit than a student (work or tourist) permit to be a free student for a maximum of 8 credits.
Degree equivalence levels by country for admission requirements
As a foreign student, for starting in fall, the application for online admission must be completed before February 1st of each year; if you wish to begin in winter, you must apply for admission before September 1 of the previous year.
A period of 3 to 6 months is required to obtain the UdeM's decision, the Québec Certificate of Acceptance (CAQ) and the study permit and the visa, if required.
If you have not completed your program at the time of your application, you can send your most recent transcripts for the study of your file. If you are admitted, you will have a conditional admission to show to the FESP a proof of your graduation (with transcripts and cumulative grade point average) at the beginning of the term (original or certified official document).
If your studies have not been completed in French and you are admitted, the Graduate Program Committee will decide, after the complete study of your file, whether or not to pass the test of International French (TFI). If so, the UdeM will contact you so that, before you arrive in Montréal, you can pass the TFI test with an average of 785/990 or else pass the DALF or TEF with a C1 level based on the proficiency levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR). The DALF B2 is not accepted because this average does not equal our requirements.
More information on the admission's process
The conditions of admission to the Master's program and additional documents to be provided, if applicable:
Here you will find the official documents to be provided(certified documents are accepted), some additional documents may be required by the program:
For any problem of admission online