About

Université du Québec à Montréal

The Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) is a public French-language university of international influence. The quality of its programs, its research in social issues and its innovations in the creative arts are the foundation stones of its reputation. Dynamic and innovative, UQAM offers more than 300 programs at three levels of study through its School of Management and through six faculties: Fine Arts; Communications; Political Science and Law; Science; Education, and Social Sciences.

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Faculty of Communication

UQAM’s Faculty of Communication is one of the largest in Canada, comprising nearly 90 professors, 3,900 students, 21,000 alumni and 36 programs. Its scholars work at six interdisciplinary institutes and a number of research centers and chairs, including the UNESCO-Bell Chair in Communication and International Development, and Orbicom, the Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communication. This association with UNESCO enables the Faculty of Communication to develop media and communication research throughout the world.

For more information, visit the Faculty of Communication website.