LL. M. Business Law in a Global Context

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For further information on the program, you are welcome to contact:

Prof.  Hugo Tremblay

Academic Director, Master of Laws (LL.M.) Business Law in a Global Context
Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal
Pavillon Maximilien-Caron
3101, Chemin de la Tour Montreal, QC H3T 1J7 Canada

Email: hugo.tremblay.7@umontreal.ca

Ms. Kim Francoeur, Assistant to the Dean

Executive Director, Master of Laws (LL.M.) Business Law in a Global Context
Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal
Pavillon Maximilien-Caron
3101, Chemin de la Tour Montreal, QC H3T 1J7 Canada

Email: kim.francoeur@umontreal.ca

Mr. Martin Scully

Assistant to the Associate Dean

Office # A-9432

Tel.: (514) 343-2428

E-mail: martin.scully@umontreal.ca

 

Ms. Monique Gratton

Executive Secretary

Office # A-9420

Tel.: (514) 343-6125

E-mail: monique.gratton@umontreal.ca

 

Ms. Ingrid Marlène Rodriguez Santibanez

Academic Student File Advisor

Office # A-3440

Tel.: (514) 343-6111 x.4897

E-mail: ingrid.rodriguez.santibanez@umontreal.ca

 

Ms. Zhiyi Wang

Program Coordinator

Office # A-9428

Tel.: (514) 343-6111 x 3066

E-mail: zhiyi.wang@umontreal.ca

 

In addition to the support provided by resource persons specifically assigned to the supervision of foreign students registered in the Master of Business Law in a Global Context, students have access to the services offered by the Bureau des étudiants internationaux (International Student Office):

The mandate of the Bureau des étudiants internationaux (BEI) is to help foreign students integrate into the Université de Montréal and Québec society. Its services are useful during the students’ initial arrival, and also throughout their stay at the University. The BEI is the only place on campus where the staff’s attention is exclusively focused on the needs and requests of foreign students.

The Bureau des étudiants internationaux is also mandated to manage the files of foreign students in accordance with the regulations of Québec’s Ministry of Education. It is thus required to keep copies of students’ residency permits and visas, plus proof of valid health insurance. An incomplete file at the Bureau des étudiants internationaux means that a student ID card will not be issued or validated. Moreover, at the end of the first month of the term, the Bureau du registraire will cancel the registration of any student with an incomplete file at BEI.

Website: http://www.bei.umontreal.ca/english/accueil_presentation.htm

Address: Pavillon J.-A.-De Sève 2332, boul. Édouard-Montpetit, local C-351

Telephone: (514) 343-6935

Fax: (514) 343-2058

E-mail:bei@sae.umontreal.ca (please include your student ID number when sending an email)

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