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The bustling metropolis of Montreal is a dynamic city and the 2nd largest primarily French-speaking city in the world after Paris. Students studying in Montreal will find a wide range of exciting activities both in and outside the city.
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With a population of 1.6 million, Montreal is the 2nd largest city in Canada and is in the southwest of the Quebec province. This international city’s official language is French; most residents speak French at home, making Montreal the 2nd largest primarily French-speaking city in the world after Paris.

With Montreal’s location at one end of the St. Lawrence Passageway (linking the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean), it is a strategic place to settle. The area where Montreal lies today was first occupied by nomadic peoples over 2000 years before Europeans arrived. The St. Lawrence Iroquoians later established a village there, which was discovered by the French after several centuries. The French, however, left and when they returned years later, the Iroquoians were gone. They established a trading post on the site in 1611, which became a colony and finally the city of Montreal in 1832.

Montreal is named after Mont-Royal, the 3-peaked hill in the heart of the city. The city is known for its major festivals and culinary arts. It is a place of contrasts, with skyscrapers next to Victorian brownstones and old churches beside modern architectural marvels. The Museum Quarter of Montreal is full of fashion boutiques, art galleries, and specialty shops. Crescent Street is the center of nightlife, with bars, clubs, discos, and restaurants.


Currently Montreal represents one of the largest economies of the Canadian cities. Been an important center for Industries that include aerospace, electronic goods, pharmaceuticals, software engineering, telecommunications, textile and apparel manufacturing, petrochemicals, and transportation. The service sector is also strong and includes civil, mechanical and process engineering, finance, higher education, and research and development.

Study in Montreal

This city has been ranked as one of the world's best city to study abroad. With 170,000 students studying in Montrealat one of the 11 universities, The Greater Montreal region has the highest number of university students per capita among all metropolitan areas in North America.

If you need a break from the bustling city of life of studying Montreal, the city also offers a wide variety of outdoor activity in water, parks, and mountains through out the four distinct seasons. Montreal is the largest city in the province of Quebec, and a unique location to pursue a high-quality education.


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