Doctorate (PhD) in Communication

This multidisciplinary, bilingual and in-depth training in communication will equip you to pursue cutting-edge research or teach in this field.

A PhD in Communication lets you expand your knowledge in one of the following 6 areas:  

  • Information and communication technologies (ICT) and society
  • Media and cultural studies  
  • Discursive theories and analysis  
  • Organizational communication and communication networks
  • International communication and development
  • Media creation, design and practices
  • Fall admission
  • Daytime classes
  • Full and part time
  • 90 credits

It is still time to apply!

This PhD program is offered jointly with UQAM and Concordia University.

Questions about this program?

Thierry Bardini: 514 343 6111, ext. 29837
Josée Duranleau
: 514 343-6111, ext. 5419

The + of this PhD in Communication!

  • The only inter-university program of its kind in North America, with a unique feature: one of the challenges of the program – and also one of its strengths – is its bilingual nature.
  • An exciting program combining the talents of close to 50 professors and about 100 students from 3 institutions: Université de Montréal, Concordia University and UQAM.
  • In the heart of Montréal, a city home to cultures from around the globe, the program draws on a wide range of resources in the 6 areas of study:
    • Information and communication technologies (ICT) and society
    • Media and cultural studies 
    • Discursive theories and analysis 
    • Organizational communication and communication networks
    • International communication and development
    • Media creation, design and practices