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Sociocultural and sports activities

Be charmed
by the city

Montreal is a fascinating mix of Paris and New York, charming visitors with it many green spaces and its unparalleled cultural life. There’s something for everyone, whether you prefer high-energy activities or more intellectual pursuits.

Sociocultural and sports activities

After classes and on weekends, the Summer Immersion Program encourages students to discover Montreal and enjoy the countryside which is only a few kilometres from the bustle of the city. It’s impossible to be bored when Canada’s great outdoors are so close. In short, the program offers a perfect mix of outdoor getaways and cultural and heritage activities! Simply love at first sight.

Students will be able to enjoy a wide-range of sports activities during their stay.

Notez que l'offre d'ateliers thématiques pour l'École d'été 2024 est sujette à changement. La liste actuelle est donnée à titre indicatif uniquement.

Badminton
Basketball
Biodôme | Espace pour la vie
Sugar shack
Cheerleading
Cirque du Soleil ECHO
Dragon Boat
Guided tour of the Old Port
Guided tour of the Old Port
Kayak River Tour
Kin-Ball
Mont-Tremblant National Park
Mont Royal Observatory
Pointe-à-Callière Museum
Rock Climbing
Soccer
Trampoline

UdeM is a unique, enriching and unforgettable experience

A North American campus

An experienced team of facilitators

Participants come from all around the world

Admission Process
Get ready for a new adventure

1
Apply for admission
Review all the required documents and complete the online application.
2
Reserve your place
Once you’ve been accepted into the program, you must return the signed commitment contract and pay a deposit to reserve your place.
3
Choose your workshops
In the weeks after you reserve your place, you’ll be invited to choose your workshop themes, plus your sports and socio-cultural activities, from our many possibilities.
4
Get ready for your trip!
Your final acceptance letter will be sent once you’ve chosen your activities. Keep it in case you need to start the steps to entering Canada.
See the entire process