Collège Montmorency, near Montmorency Metro station, is the only public college in Chomedey, Laval, despite Laval being the third-largest city in Quebec, Canada.
It was ranked #95 in Canada University Rankings in 2020 and #10198 in World University Rankings by Webometrics.
1. History of Collège Montmorency
In 1967, with the inception of the Quebec system of public colleges, most of the institutions in Laval were merged and categorized as public ones.
Montmorency is the only college in Laval, Quebec, Canada, established on November 5, 1969.
2. Mission and Motto of Collège Montmorency
Collège Montmorency aims to provide accessible quality education and training that sums up success. The open environment leads to sustainable development, catering needs of both young and adult learners.
Motto: L’être humain d’abord(‘achieve‘)
3. Programs offered in Collège Montmorency
The collège Montmorency is best recognized for its visual arts program and improved league Mouvement d’improvisation de Montmorency(MIM, for short).
The college Montmorency offers two primary programs
- Pre-university programs
- Double diploma programs
- Technical programs
Let’s look at the above programs and the subject matters they cover in the sections below.
3.1 Pre-University Programs
The pre-university program in College Montmorency is two years program to be done after high school. These programs coincide with the subject matter to be studied in an additional year of high school in other parts of Canada and the first year of university offered elsewhere.
This coincident makes students at Collège Montmorency roughly correspond with the students of several institutions in the rest of Canada.
List of Pre-University Programs
College Montmorency offers many courses under this category:
- Science: Health and Pure and Applied Science
- Social science
- Arts and letters
- Visual arts
It takes two years to complete this course; after this, one can enroll in undergraduate degrees in the chosen field.
3.2 Technical Programs
Collège Montmorency offers 23 technical options. The technical training lasts three years and opens job prospects. The entire three years diploma or undergraduate degree will also help in further studies in university.
Montmorency offers some unique technical programs to choose from:
- Biological studies
- Human science
- Arts: Museology
Other than pre-university and technical, there are other programs offered at Collège Montmorency:
3.3 Continuing Education and Services to business
Under this school, a series of courses for adult clients under adult learning programs like advanced courses for people in employment, à la carte courses, and a francization program are conducted.
One can choose from fifteen different courses according to job requirements.
4. How to Apply
The college is open to students of any origin with facilities similar to that of the local students.
Those of Canadian origin can take direct admission.
Applying for international students is a bit different from that of locals. Here it goes:
- Apply via Regional Admissions Service of Metropolitan Montreal
- Obtain study visa
- Valid health contract
- Completed Application
- Application Fee 80 USD or 85 Canadian Dollars
- Certificates and transcripts of previously attended colleges or universities
- Proficiency in French Language Test scores
- Proficiency in English language Test scores
- Copy of passport
- Letter of recommendation for full-time applicants
- Verified Financial Documentation for an academic year
- Obtain Quebec Selection Certificate
5. When to Apply
Collège Montmorency offers admission in two semesters like any other Canadian university or college. Here are the details:
- Fall Semester: Apply before March 31 of the year in which you wish to attend the session
- Winter Semester: Apply before August 31
6. Other Amenities
The array of extra facilities aids learners learning and helps them feel at home. Collège Montmorency offers following facilities:
- Guidance Services
- Placement cell
- Psychological Support
- Accommodation and housing
- Youth clinic
- Learning aid
- Alternative parking and transportation
7. Montmorency- ExtraCurricular Activities
It is mandatory to register yourself for any free sports activities like badminton, swimming(“check the assigned free days”) or pay meagre fees for weights and aerobics room.
April is the sports month.
Montmorency Health Challenge keeps the fitness spirits of learners and staff going.
‘Les Nomades’,The Nomads represents the complete sports network of collège montmorency. It is further part of an intercollegiate network of Students Sports Network, Quebec. It allows personal development along with academic success.
The improvisation league, the MIM(‘Mouvement d’Improvisation de Montmorency’), founded in the seventies, is the most admired and famous in Canada. The list of alumni who are comedians and humorists authenticate the above:
Laval, Quebec, is a suburban city with a manufacturing and industrial base. The city offers many sights of interest and houses many provincial buildings.
8. Students at Work
Collège Montmorency enlists specialized and general jobs for its trainees and graduates.
Click below to learn about the following jobs college offers for its students in three main areas:
9. Public Services
The Montmorency’s clinic schools of Physiotherapy, Orthotics and Prostheses, Nursing and Special Education work for the welfare of the people of Laval, Quebec,
For more information, contact:
475 Boulevard de l’avenir, Laval,
QC H7N 5H9, Canada
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Telephone: 450 975-6100
Montmorency has an average acceptability rate for international students compared to other Quebec universities. However, the structured approach adopted before applying will strengthen your portfolio. Click on below:
10. Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. Are there any language courses at college Montmorency?
The Department of modern languages has conducted language courses in German and Spain for more than ten years.
Q2. How do language programs differ from the other CEGEPs?
Collège Montmorency is the only college to offer two translation courses
Q3. Is it a French college?
Yes, Collège Montmorency is a French public college in Quebec, Canada.
Q4. Does Montmorency offer any scholarships or financial aid?
Yes, tuition fees for full-time students with excellent academic records are exempted. But the Ministry of Higher Education seeks a full report of exemplary performance.
Q5. Does the Collège Montmorency enjoy any affiliations?
It is affiliated to CICan(‘formerly ACCC‘), CCAA, QSSF, CBIE