The Université de Sherbrooke has been welcoming international students ever since it was founded and each year the numbers increase. Currently, more than 1600 foreign students from 120 countries worldwide attend the Université de Sherbrooke. More than 85% of the students enrolled at the Université are from outside Sherbrooke.
The Université de Sherbrooke now offers:
The Université de Sherbrooke has earned a reputation for its hard-hitting research, which has led to major discoveries and innovations in a variety of disciplines. Research at the Université de Sherbrooke translates into:
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It is essential that you begin looking for housing as soon as you are admitted to the Université de Sherbrooke. This is your responsibility. Compared to other North-American cities, Sherbrooke offers several types of housing at lower costs. However, most being already occupied, make sure you have housing before your arrival in Quebec. You can live either on campus, in residences, or find accommodation off campus.
Truly a university village unto itself, the Main Sherbrooke Campus is composed of over thirty buildings, most of which are linked through a network of underground pedestrian tunnels. This campus brings together university management offices and seven of the university’s eight faculties: Administration, Education, Engineering, Law, Letters and Humanities, Sciences, as well as Sports and Physical Education.
On campus, several international student associations have developed over the years. These associations promote the integration of new students into university life. They also offer students an excellent place to socialize and obtain information about university life in Sherbrooke.
Very friendly campus, good teachers, cheap city to live and study
excellent place for study. everything is in peace. the student community programs is active. to some extent the French language is a drawback.
My experience at the University of Sherbrooke was pleasant, however I had not gotten used to the Canadian system and it disturbed me a bit. It was my first year, very stressful, but I got used to it in the end.
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