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Application for admission



Deadlines for submitting your Application for Admission

  • FALL semester: August 1st

  • WINTER semester:
    • October 6th for international students (any application received after this date will be processed for the following summer term)
    • December 1st for Canadian citizen and permanent residents

  • SUMMER semester: March 1st (graduate students only)
 

You have received or will soon be receiving a diploma from a university in Québec or an equivalent diploma from outside of Québec


You have received or will soon be receiving a diploma from a university in Québec or an equivalent diploma from outside of Québec

Permanent code issued by the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur, comprising 4 letters and 8 numbers.

For each relevant post-secondary diploma related to the Application for Admission:
  • The name of the diploma;
  • The field of concentration;
  • The name of the institution;
  • The dates of attendance and the date when the diploma was obtained;
  • Your average for each session or your overall average (GPA).

  For each episode of work experience that is relevant or related to the Application for Admission:
  • The name of the employer;
  • The position title;
  • The starting and ending dates of the employment.

Copies of your transcripts and any diplomas that were not obtained at a college in Québec or at ÉTS.
 
Curriculum vitae.

In order to validate your conformity with French language requirements, you may be asked to provide certain documentation, as applicable:

Situation  Documentation required
Your secondary studies were conducted entirely in French.   Photocopy of your diploma and report card for each year of secondary studies.
You successfully completed the Épreuve uniforme de français, Langue d’enseignement et littérature at CEGEP.  None.
 You successfully completed the institutional exam administered by a French-language university in Québec, certifying mastery of French. Transcript indicating successful completion of the exam.
You have obtained a diploma that required at least 3 years of university studies entirely in French.   Photocopy of the diploma and transcripts for each session.
You passed the Test de français international (TFI) with a score of at least 605.    Photocopy of the test results.
You passed the Diplôme d’études en langue française (DELF) with a score of B2. Photocopy of the test results.
You passed the Diplôme approfondi de langue française (DALF) with a score of C1 and C2. Photocopy of the test results.
You passed the Test de connaissance du français (TCF) with a score of B1, C1 and C2.   Photocopy of the test results.
 

$44 fee payable by credit card (Visa or MasterCard). This fee is non-refundable.

Doctoral studies: 500-word text summarizing your doctoral research project.

Doctoral studies: Name of the Director who has agreed to supervise your research.

Documents attesting to your legal status in Canada:
  • Birth certificate.
  • If you were born in another country and have acquired Canadian citizenship, a copy of the front and back of your citizenship card or your citizenship certificate;
  • If you were born in another country and have acquired permanent resident status in Canada, a copy of the front and back of your Permanent Resident Card or form IMM1000, IMM5688 or IMM5292.
   

Important

  • If you submit erroneous information or falsified documents, or if you do not submit all of your post-secondary transcripts, you may be subjected to significant sanctions.

  • Graduates from any constituent institution of the Université du Québec network are exempt from the fees applicable to the Application for Admission. A copy of a transcript or a diploma is required.

  • Please ensure that all documents submitted with the Application for Admission are complete and legible. Transmitted files must not exceed 5 Mb. The following formats are accepted: pdf, gif, jpg, jpeg, png, tiff, bmp, doc or docx.

  • Transcripts and diplomas that are issued in a language other than French or English must be accompanied by a French translation certified by the consulate or embassy of the applicant’s country of origin or by a member of the Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec.

  • ÉTS may also require additional documents. In such cases, you will be contacted via the e-mail address that you indicate on the Application for Admission form.

  • In order to be considered a resident of Québec and qualify for the corresponding tuition fees, you must provide the following, as applicable:
    • A Certificat de sélection du Québec (Québec Selection Certificate);
    • A copy of a Québec Health Insurance Card or any other document.

For detailed information, please consult the Attestation of Québec Resident Status form.
 

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