On Thursday, July 9, 2020, the University of Sherbrooke and the International Management School Geneva concluded, with the aim of developing exchange programs between their students, an unprecedented academic cooperation agreement. The latter will now allow students from both institutions to be able to follow a semester or an academic year at the partner institution in order to meet the requirements for obtaining the diploma from the parent institution.
The Université de Sherbrooke, founded in 1954, is a French-speaking university located in Quebec in Canada, in the Estrie region. It ranks at the top of Canadian universities and maintains its place in the world top 20 in terms of sustainable development according to the UI GreenMetric World University Ranking. In 2014 and 2015, according to the international ranking established by Leiden University in the Netherlands, the Université de Sherbrooke ranked first French-speaking university in Canada for the relevance of its research.
With nearly 40,000 students from 90 countries and more than 110,000 graduates, the Université de Sherbrooke offers 46 baccalaureate programs, 56 master’s programs and 33 doctoral programs. It holds 71 research chairs, 35 research centers, 6 institutes and a mixed international unit.