Hello there,

Please follow the simple instructions to register to your desired programs.

Before you start, we would like to encourage you to try this self-service tool to search and find programs, apply to them, receive your admission, and get professional assistance on your student visa. Once you choose your program and make the application payment, we will verify your eligibility before submission to the school. If we find you are not eligible for the paid program, we will contact you and advise you to choose another program. You are safe with this system!


We would highly recommend you take a program related to your previous or current studies at a higher level of your most elevated level of education. You may also consider studying a Vocational or job training Certificate program related to your previous studies or work experience. If you wish to change your program, make sure you have convincing reasons for your program shift, such as work experience. 


1st Step:  Choose Your Level of Study

We have listed here the available level of studies for international students in Montreal. Click on each level to see the minimum requirements. Match your current qualifications with the requirements and find your level of study. 

Language Programs (English/ French)


Language programs vary from beginner to advanced level of English or French language offered at Private Language Schools, Colleges, Universities, and Online Institutions. IELTS, TOEFL, CELPIP, TEF, TCF test preparation courses are offered in different schools. You can choose to study from one to twelve months.
Admission Requirements: 1- Valid Passport 2- Custodian Declaration (minor students)
Visa Options: 1- Less than 6 months: You need a visitor visa only 2- More than 6 months: You need CAQ and Study Permit




Vocational Diploma at School Board Colleges


These programs are known as 1800-hours PEQ approved programs that allow graduates to apply for the Canadian Permanent Residency after the program through PEQ (Quebec Experience Program) - Admission Requirements: 1- Valid Passport 2- High school diploma and transcripts with a minimum CGPA 50% (average marks) 3- Language test result (if any). These colleges don't require a language test for admission. You should submit your language test result (ELTS 5.5 and/or TEF B2 level) 30 days before your class start date. 4- Birth Certificate 5- CAQ and Study Permit *Student Direct Stream (China, India, The Philippines, or Vietnam) must have IELTS 6.0 or TEF at least CLB 7 in each skill (reading, writing, speaking and listening) and Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) of C$10,000.




Undergraduate Program at Universities


Universities offer Bachelor's degrees in undergraduate level. University Admission Requirements: 1- Valid Passport 2- High school diploma and transcripts with a minimum CGPA 75%( average marks) 3- IELTS 6.0 or TEF at least CLB 7 in each skill (reading, writing, speaking and listening). You need at least CLB 5 to get a conditional admission. 4- Birth Certificate 5- CAQ and Study Permit *Student Direct Stream (China, India, The Philippines, or Vietnam) must have IELTS 6.0 or TEF at least CLB 7 in each skill (reading, writing, speaking and listening) and Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) of C$10,000.




Primary and Secondary School


French and English School Boards in Montreal offer primary and secondary level to local and International students. - School Admission Requirements: 1- Valid Passport 2- Birth Certificate 3- Custodian Declaration (minor students) 4- CAQ and Study Permit If you are interested in these levels of study, please reply to our email and we will provide you more details.




Undergraduate Program at Colleges/ CEGEPs


Colleges and Cegeps in Montreal offer Diploma and Certificate programs. - College Admission Requirements: 1- Valid Passport 2- High school diploma and transcripts with a minimum CGPA 50% (average marks) 3- Language test result (if any). Some colleges don't require a language test for admission. Your language will be tested at college when you arrive in Montreal. 4- Birth Certificate 5- CAQ and Study Permit *Student Direct Stream (China, India, The Philippines, or Vietnam) must have IELTS 6.0 or TEF at least CLB 7 in each skill (reading, writing, speaking and listening) and Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) of C$10,000.




Postgraduate Program at Universities


The available Postgraduate program levels at Universities in Montreal are Master's degree, postgraduate diplomas, and Ph.D. University Admission Requirements: 1- Valid Passport 2- Bachelor's/ Master's Degree and transcripts with a minimum CGPA 75%( average marks) 3- IELTS 6.5 or TEF at least CLB 8 in each skill (reading, writing, speaking, and listening). You need at least CLB 5 to get a conditional admission. 4- Birth Certificate 5- Portfolio/ Proposal 6- Recommendation letters 7- CAQ and Study Permit If you are interested in these levels of study, please reply to your email and we will send you more details.





2nd Step:  Choose Your Program

Before you start you need to know some terms:

AEC: Means Certificate (Admission is available to all level of studies)

DEC: Means Diploma (Undergraduate Diploma)

Vocational Diploma: Means job training diploma (Offered by School Boards and Colleges)

PEQ: Permanent Residency through Study or Work experience in Quebec

Now you can search for the programs related to your area of study or work:

Tech. Tip: Use the filters to choose your level, field, and duration of the programs. 

4th Step:  Submit the Required Documents and Pay the Refundable Deposit

Once we approved your eligibility for the selected program, we will send you an email requesting the required document and information. We will submit your application to the school to get your letter of admission. 

At the same time, we will send you an invoice to collect the deposit fee of C$250, which is 100% refundable when you get your visa and stay in the program for 30 days. 

 

3rd Step:  Find your program and pay the application fee

On each program page, you can see all the necessary information you need to know to choose a program. Check the level of program, admission requirements, school, intakes, deadlines, duration, the program's language, tuition fees, visa requirements, eligibility for PEQ, and many more ... 

Once you choose your program you can click on "Pay the Application Fee" and proceed with the payment. You can pay by Credit/Debit Card, PayPal, Bank Transfer, Western Union or MoneyGram. The application fee is exactly the same amount as the school charges. 

 

5th Step:  Apply for visa

When we receive your letter of acceptance/ admission, it's time to start your visa process.

You can do it by yourself or through our Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants and Lawyers. 

 

Need help?

Check the Help Centre to get answers to your questions and concerns. You can always submit a ticket for unfound questions.

Still, need help?Book An appointment

You can apply for a Personalized Programs Selection, and a STAR Advisor will assist you throughout the admission process.

Book your appointment on your preferred date and time. 

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