Université de Sherbrooke

Université de Sherbrooke

The Université de Sherbrooke ranks among Canada's best universities. Known for its humanistic nature and innovative character, the University stands
out for its student-centred culture and the efforts it deploys in promoting the success of every student.
The institution has built its reputation on its teaching and research, which enable the university to exchange, collaborate, and innovate with universities from across the world. The university has 40,500 students from 115 countries and offers some 395 programs in most areas of study at all three levels of undergraduate and graduate education.
The university has activities across three campuses. The Main Sherbrooke Campus, located at the foot of Mount John S. Bourque in the west of the city, brings together university management offices and eight of the university's nine faculties. Also located in Sherbrooke, in the Fleurimont sector, the Health Campus includes the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, a 400-bed hospital centre, the Clinical Research Centre and the pavilion of Applied Research on Cancer. Located in Longueuil, close to Montréal by the Jacques-Cartier bridge and the Longueuil -Université - de-Sherbrooke subway station, the Longueuil Campus offers more than 125 continuing education programs to the people of Montérégie and Montreal.
 

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Telephone : 819 821-8000
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www.usherbrooke.ca

2500 Université Blvd.
Sherbrooke, Québec  J1K 2R1
Canada

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