PhD in Industrial Relations
The PhD in Industrial Relations lets students acquire extensive knowledge and a more in-depth understanding of industrial relations, in addition to gaining advanced research skills.
The program, although it opens the door to a variety of possibilities, generally prepares graduates for university teaching and research careers.
The program also offers the possibility of doing a joint PhD with a number of foreign universities, leading to a dual degree that opens doors to a variety of academic settings and gives you credentials recognized on 2 continents.
If you would like any further information on the program, please consult the PhD guide (in French).
Questions about this program?
Patrice Jalette, Program Co-ordinator: 514 343-6111, ext. 6967
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The + of studying industrial relations at the Université de Montréal!
- A diversified and internationally renowned faculty, committed to teaching and research.
- Possibility of financial support for full-time PhD students.
- High-level specialized analytical and professional training and a well-regarded degree, preparing you for a wide range of careers in the fields of human resources and labour and employee relations.
- The School of Industrial Relations is the leader among Canadian universities for research grants, publications and scientific renown in its discipline.
- The presence of internationally renowned research units: the Canada Research Chair in
Globalization and the Work World and the Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT) and the Équipe de recherche sur le travail et la santé mentale (ERTSM).
- Small work groups that encourage participation and skills development.