Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees


Students attending College pay tuition depending on their status in Quebec and course selection.


Tuition


Fees for foreign students (except France) vary between $ 4949 and $ 7670 per semester depending on the program of studies. Additional expenses include: registration,
selection certificate, visa, transportation, housing, food, books, insurance, clothing, etc.

 

 

Course selection and schedule confirmation


The College will send accepted applicants documents related to course selection. These documents must be returned as soon as possible with the registration fee. Upon arrival in Quebec the tuition fees for the program you have chosen are required by the College.


Generally, a week before classes begin, you can pick up your schedule. The College sends out a letter to this effect at the beginning of August. You need to pick up your schedule prior to the start of classes.

 



Classes begin


Fall Semester: begins around August 20th and ends around December 20th.
Winter Semester: begins around January 17th   and ends around May 25th.
Courses are usually scheduled on week days starting at the earliest 8:00 am and ending no later than 6:00 pm.


Financial aid


Students should inquire from the Ministry of Education of their country about scholarships.


Students may also check with the Canadian Embassy in their country, the Québec's Delegate General /
Québec Government Office or representative in their country.



Scholarships are exempt from tuition increases for international students.

Under
certain agreements between Quebec and some countries, international students may be exempt from paying full tuition.  An international student recipient of such a scholarship will pay the same tuition as a student in Quebec.

 


This scholarship is valid for a normal duration in a higher education establishment in Québec. This exemption applies to all French students as well as a limited number of students from other countries or governments.


To know if one is eligible, when a student receives admission to a higher education establishment in Quebec they must apply to the Ministry of Education in their country, in most cases the Ministry of National Education.



Scholarships
For information on Canadian and international cooperation, please visit the following linkwww.mels.gouv.qc.ca/international/index.asp?page=bourse.

Students may also check with the Canadian Embassy in their country, the Québec's Delegate General /Québec Government Office or representative in their country.

The following organizations also offer scholarships:


Bourses de la francophonie

Agence canadienne de développement international (ACDI) /Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada

Bureau canadien de l'éducation internationale/Canadian Bureau for International Education
Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie
Banque mondiale / The World Bank
Centre de développement international (CRDI)

Ministère des Affaires étrangères et du Commerce international du Canada/ Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada
Organisation des États américains (OÉA)/ Organisation of American States

Organisation des Nations Unies ONU / United Nations

Programmes canadiens et internationaux de bourses d'étude



Collège d'Alma Cégep de Chicoutimi CQFA Cégep de Jonquière Centre d'études collégiales en Charlevoix Cégep de St-Félicien Centre d'études collégiale à Chibougamau