UNIVERSITÉ LAVAL, Faculty of Business AdministrationBack to home Université Laval
- Founded in 1924
- Accredited by AACSB International since 1995
- EQUIS accredited since 2008
- Approximately 4,300 students, including more than 700 international students
- More than 100 professors and lecturers
- A dynamic network of more than 35,000 graduates in Canada and abroad
- Close connections with multinationals and business community and with the area’s SMEs
- State-of-the-art technological infrastructure
- Canadian leader in hybrid and online-based education
- Partnerships with some 100 well-known schools and universities around the world
- More than 20 research chairs, centres and laboratories of international standing
- Student athletic and sports activities on the Rouge et Or teams
- Vibrant student life with more than 20 student organizations
- Excellent placement rate
Very high graduate satisfaction rate
Recognized by UNESCO as a World heritage, Québec is definitely one of the most beautiful in all of North America. Québec is unique in North America and serves as a bridge between European and American culture. The city charms by the beauty of its landscape, its architecture and by the dynamism of its activities.
The people of Québec are known for their warmth and their strong French culture and heritage. You can find many excellent restaurants and a multitude of cultural events in Québec . Many traditions still prevail in Québec, such as ice fishing, Québec winter carnival or sledding in the winter, apple picking and corn boils in the fall or the Sugar Shack where maple syrup is made during the spring.
A majority of people in Québec can communicate in English, as it is their second language learned. English speakers do not have any major communication problems during their stay in Québec city, nor while visiting other areas in the province. On the contrary, Québec’s society offers an excellent opportunity to immerse yourself in a different culture and practice your French.
Because of its location, it is easy to travel elsewhere in the province of Québec, or to other major cities such as New York, Boston or Toronto.
Last modification : February 22, 2013