A unique city
Canada’s second largest city in the province of Quebec and the world’s largest fully bilingual city.
Montreal's beautiful natural landscape, mountains and rivers will surely bring out the explorer in you. Where are your hiking boots?
Art and Culture
If it's been named a UNESCO City of Design, then you're certainly in for a celebration of art and colour.
North America's 'slice of Europe'
The place where North American, English and French cultures come together in a most unique way.
All EC Montreal students must be covered by health insurance for the entire length of their stay. EC can help students to purchase insurance upon arrival at the school. The cost of insurance is $14 Cdn per week. Students will be asked to show proof of coverage on arrival if they are not purchasing insurance through EC.
Legal age for smoking in Montreal is 18. Smoking is prohibited in all buildings, including all restaurants and bars, unless a sign says that you may smoke. Smoking is permitted outside. If you smoke in a “smoke free” place, you may receive a fine of up to $5000.
Most rental companies require that you be at least 23 years of age, have an international driving license, a second form of identity and a major credit card.
Legal age for drinking in Montreal is 18 and many places will ask for identification.