Questions & Answers
Candidates wishing to register must be at least 16 years of age and have obtained Secondary IV credits in English, French, Mathematics, or equivalence MICC, or GDT, or High School Diploma.
How and When to Register
Once you have completed your online application, please call our Centre and an appointment will be arranged for you. Your registration will be processed in our Centre with the online application, the required original documents and registration fee.
Registration is $270, except Digital Layout and Printing, and Furniture Finishing are $180
• Loans and bursaries are available for eligible candidates.
• Emploi Québec benefits may be extended depending on the program chosen and the candidate’s status.
• Aide à la pension is a Ministry of Education program which provides approximately $2,500 per year to students who must relocate in order to attend courses may also be available.
• Federal and/or provincial tax credits are available to qualifying full-time students.
Several times a year we invite everyone to visit our facilities and view our classrooms and labs in action. Please call Student Services at 514-376-4725 to reserve your spot !
Individual and group tours may also be scheduled through our office. Explore a program with an advisor – by appointment only – call 514-376-4725
Student for a Day
Interested candidates, after having met with a particular Program Coordinator, may want to become a student-for-a-day. This opportunity enables prospective candidates to meet with current students and observe classroom and lab activities in order to ensure an informed commitment to the educational program.
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