Montreal College of Information Technology
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Welcome to the Montreal College of Information technology’s Student services page. from career development to obtaining documentation support, you can find assistance on this page. Owing to the current emergency situation, Montreal College of Information Technology is updating service channels to ensure that you continue having access to all our services during this time. Using this channels you will be able to reach out to any of our departments during normal working hours by phone email or other.

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The curriculum is constantly updated to reflect the latest technological developments in the computer and information systems field. Our ultimate goal is to make our students immediately employable upon graduation and to provide them with a strong foundation for a successful career in a rapidly evolving field.

Our core and elective courses provide students with broad-based knowledge and skills that will enable them to branch out into specialized careers. Students are exposed to a variety of technology platforms, programming tools, and software design concepts.

In addition to the course materials, networked PC labs are available for instructional purposes and for practice and experimentation.

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An AEC (attestation of collegiate studies) diploma program follows a carefully designed curriculum that has been approved by the Ministry of Education of Quebec. Indeed, all MCIT diploma programs are officially recognized by the Ministry.
Interested applicants can apply directly on the website, via email at [email protected], by phone at 514-312-2383 – or just come and visit us at the College!
In the fall of 2018, the acceptance rate was 62 %.
Montreal College offers a new session every four months, i.e., in October (fall session), February (winter session) and June (summer session). Students are encouraged to register at least 2 to 16 weeks in advance. Please note that many programs fill up before the registration deadline.
Yes, please consult our Financial Aid section here.
You can visit the College from Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Individual appointments can be scheduled by calling the Montreal College office at 514-312-2383. Info Sessions are also regularly hosted, during which students can gain an in-depth understanding of their program of interest and meet with industry experts.
Diploma programs offer a broader curriculum and are geared towards students who are relatively new to the field, whereas certificates enhance a specific skill associated with a job requirement for professionals already active in the IT industry.

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Pay My Tuition

At Montreal College of Information Technology, we know that finance can be an important factor as you plan for your post-secondary studies. With a variety of financial assistance options to consider, we’re here to guide you through the process and help you access the resources that you need. For more questions read our FAQ

Instructions for students inside Canada

MERCHANT BILLER

  1. Select your bank from the list below.
  2. Find your bank’s sign-in page and proceed to login.
  3. Select Montreal College of Info Tech from the billers list.
  4. Enter your account information.

Account number is your Student Number.
Note: If your student ID has 8 digits please add 0 to start.
Following are the banks from where you can transfer the funds.

HSBC
BMO
Scotiabank
Desjardins
National Bank
RBC
CIBC
TD

We will provide you the receipt for your payment within 5 business days. If your bank is not on this list, you cannot use direct payment. But don’t worry, this is not only the option we have.We also accept Credit card payments.

CREDIT CARD

Current students may pay their fees by credit cards through the MCIT Omnivox portal.
To pay by credit card, please contact the Finance department and ask for the pre authorized payment form.

Fill in this form and send it to
[email protected]

FOR OUTSIDE CANADA
Please use the link
https://payment.flywire.com/pay/payment

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us:
Finance department
Contact number: +1 514 312 2383
Ext: 3928 or 3930 or 3938
Email: [email protected]

Program Costs

To know the details of the program of your choice please contact a Program Advisor.

Fees Notice

Once you will get admitted in the program of your choice, you will get a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) from the college with the complete details of your installment plan. You will also receive a reminder from the Finance department via email/phone ten days prior to the next installment date and two days after the due installment date.

Late Deposit Payments

If you did not contact the Finance department well in advance about the delay in payment of your due balance, there will be a late charge. There are also chances that your accesses will be blocked from the Academics department and other college services.

Change Request

For any type of Change Request in your student status like Deferral, Cancellation, Refund, etc. please raise a request following this link
You will get the response within 5 business days from the day you submit the ticket.

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LOCAL PAYMENT

PROGRAM

Once you are ready, you may contact us to pay your Tuition fees. This helps to retain your position in the current academic session.

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PAY TUITION INSIDE CANADA

PROGRAM

If you are an International Student inside Canada you could initiate it here.

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PAY TUITION OUTSIDE CANADA

PROGRAM

If you are an International Student outside Canada and you wish to make an installment of Tuition you could initiate it here.

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You can pay the tuitions by choosing the below options:1) For Scotia bank, RBC, HSBC, BMO, CIBC & Desjardins customers - You have an option to pay the fees by Bill payment- under the name- “MONTREAL COLLEGE OF INFO TECH”( the Account number would be your Student ID)2) Easily register a payment online(Interac- at [email protected]) 3) If you are trying to make a payment from OUTSIDE CANADA, you can refer to the following link to make a payment- https://payment.flywire.com/pay/payment. 4) Debit Authorization Form - Upon request (for Credit card payments only) 5) By direct Bank payment (Go to the bank for deposit of the funds) 6) You can also mail us a payment cheque. IF you are outside Canada you can make the payment via FLYWIRE which is a easy online portal available on our website.
Yes, there is installment plan which is mentioned in the contract that was given to you at the time of admission.
Yes… We accept applications for deferral with a convincing proof and/or reasoning before 7 days of the start for the session.
Yes, but you need to apply for a Work Permit.
Yes, you can cancel your admission if necessary and we will refund the course price according to our cancellation policy. However, Application and Registration fees are not refundable. If you cancel your program 2 weeks after the program begins, 1/10th of your tuition payment shall be deducted and remaining amount will be refunded. To get more information, please contact our Finance department.
Yes. International students are entitled to work up to twenty (20) hours per week during their full-time studies and may work as many hours as they wish during scheduled school breaks.
The program advisors at Montreal College are always there to assist the applicants in helping them choose a program.
At Montreal College, an AEC (Attestations d'études collégiales) diploma is awarded that is recognized by the Ministry of Education, Quebec.
No, please refer Kijiji, pad mapper for affordable housing.
You can either apply on this website or email us at [email protected] a copy of your passport, academic transcripts and language score card, along with your filled-out application form.
The college can assist you during orientation or you can prefer a Canadian local insurer of your choice. e.g. Desjardins, Blue Cross.
Please check our deadlines and a $75.00 late payment fee will be charged after the deadline. Please check our refund policies.
You’ll need to consider housing costs and personal expenses such as health insurance, food, clothing, travel and transportation, mobile phone, entertainment, etc. These costs will vary by individual.
Finance Department need SIN to prepare the tuition tax receipts. These tuition tax receipts are required at the time of filling the personal taxes
For this please review the previous receipt after you made a payment. If you do not have the receipt, please contact the finance department.
$75 per exam
College staff will guide you properly at the time of registration.
As an international student it is mandatory to maintain valid health insurance from the first day of the class.
To get a refund please raise a ticket in JIRA and the necessary documents will be asked when needed.
It takes 2 to 3 business days to get you the receipt from the finance department.
It will take at least 48 hours to get an access back, no matter if you will pay the full fees. So, we suggest you to please contact finance well in advance.

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Looking for a place to live near your College?

Montreal has one of the most affordable housing facilities in the whole of Canada. Students prefer to stay out in the downtown Montreal area, owing to a comfortable level of amenities, including a host of restaurants, pubs, entertainment spots, Transit stations and sports arenas. Surrounded by a cerebral level of educational institutions, the downtown provides a certain stimulii to learning. This is why most students choose to stay in Montreal down town. The prices are reasonable and shared accomodations are an acceptable form of habitation.

Cultural & Community bonding

Individuals seeking to co habituate with their cultural counterparts may find it amicable in Montreal, like Indians, Lebanese, Chinese or various swashbuckling communities in areas such as Cote des neiges, Cote- Vertu, verdun, Down Town west and Jarry east.

Furthermore there are various other accommodation student services like places 4 rent, nestpick, student.com, Erasmusu, which help students find accommodations very easily..

www.evomontreal.com

www.nestpick.com

www.student.com

erasmusu.com

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At Montreal College of Information Technology, we know that deadlines can be an important factor as you plan for your post secondary studies. With a variety of dates consider, we’re here to guide you through the process and help you access the resources that you need. Recommended deadlines are stated below. Please note that these are subject to change at short notice.

DefinitionsOutside CanadaInside CanadaLocal Students
Winter 2021
Starting date20th February 2021
21th March 20218 February 2021
Late Start date6th March 20214th April 20218 February 2021
Class ending date19th February 202220th march 20227 February 2021
Admission Deadlines23rd November 202022nd Feb 202125 January 2021
Summer 2021Starting date19th June 202121th July 202114 June 2021
Late Start date2rd July 20214th August 202114 June 2021
Class ending date19th June 202220th July 202213 June 2022
Admission Deadlines
8 March 20217 June 202131 May 2021
Fall 2021Starting date23th October 202121th November 202112 October 2021
Late Start date6th November 20215th December 202112 October 2021
Class ending date22th October 202220th November 202211 June 2022
Admission Deadlines13th July 202126 October 202127 September 2021

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An overall IELTS score of 6 bands. We also accept PTE and TOEFL scores with a comparable score.
You can either apply on this website or email us at [email protected] a copy of your passport, academic transcripts and language score card, along with your filled-out application form.
You can pay the tuitions by choosing the below options:1) For Scotia bank, RBC, HSBC, BMO, CIBC & Desjardins customers - You have an option to pay the fees by Bill payment- under the name- “MONTREAL COLLEGE OF INFO TECH”( the Account number would be your Student ID)2) Easily register a payment online(Interac- at [email protected]) 3) If you are trying to make a payment from OUTSIDE CANADA, you can refer to the following link to make a payment- https://payment.flywire.com/pay/payment. 4) Debit Authorization Form - Upon request (for Credit card payments only) 5) By direct Bank payment (Go to the bank for deposit of the funds) 6) You can also mail us a payment cheque. IF you are outside Canada you can make the payment via FLYWIRE which is a easy online portal available on our website.
Yes, you can cancel your admission if necessary and we will refund the course price according to our cancellation policy. However, Application and Registration fees are not refundable. If you cancel your program 2 weeks after the program begins, 1/10th of your tuition payment shall be deducted and remaining amount will be refunded. To get more information, please contact our Finance department.
India Student recruitment center is located at the following address. Opp: Biodiversity complex Gachibouli Road, Golconda post, Hyderabad - 500081 [email protected] Ph: +8978009002
Yes, please consult our Financial Aid section here.
Canada is home to nearly half a million international students and the statistics are growing year-on-year. With the right selection of program and personal credentials, you should be okay.
Once all required documents are submitted and your file is complete, it takes 5 business days to assess your application. If you have missing documents, the admission process will be delayed.
You’ll need to consider housing costs and personal expenses such as health insurance, food, clothing, travel and transportation, mobile phone, entertainment, etc. These costs will vary by individual.
Please check our deadlines and a $75.00 late payment fee will be charged after the deadline. Please check our refund policies.
The college accepts cash, card (debit/credit), Cheque, Interac or bank transfer.

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Montreal College of Information Technology
Contact Information Details

Owing to the current emergency situation, Montreal College of Information Technology is updating communication channels to ensure that you continue having access to all our services during this time. Using this channels you will be able to reach out to any of our departments during normal working hours by phone email or other.

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The curriculum is constantly updated to reflect the latest technological developments in the computer and information systems field. Our ultimate goal is to make our students immediately employable upon graduation and to provide them with a strong foundation for a successful career in a rapidly evolving field.

Our core and elective courses provide students with broad-based knowledge and skills that will enable them to branch out into specialized careers. Students are exposed to a variety of technology platforms, programming tools, and software design concepts.

In addition to the course materials, networked PC labs are available for instructional purposes and for practice and experimentation.

— F.A.Q —

An AEC (attestation of collegiate studies) diploma program follows a carefully designed curriculum that has been approved by the Ministry of Education of Quebec. Indeed, all MCIT diploma programs are officially recognized by the Ministry.
Interested applicants can apply directly on the website, via email at [email protected], by phone at 514-312-2383 – or just come and visit us at the College!
In the fall of 2018, the acceptance rate was 62 %.
Montreal College offers a new session every four months, i.e., in October (fall session), February (winter session) and June (summer session). Students are encouraged to register at least 2 to 16 weeks in advance. Please note that many programs fill up before the registration deadline.
Yes, please consult our Financial Aid section here.
You can visit the College from Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Individual appointments can be scheduled by calling the Montreal College office at 514-312-2383. Info Sessions are also regularly hosted, during which students can gain an in-depth understanding of their program of interest and meet with industry experts.
Diploma programs offer a broader curriculum and are geared towards students who are relatively new to the field, whereas certificates enhance a specific skill associated with a job requirement for professionals already active in the IT industry.
MCIT is an active partner of the leaders in IT innovation. We are proud to offer bespoke, cutting-edge training workshops to your employees. Also, please communicate with us to post your job listings on our website. We’d be happy to assist you in finding a match tailored to your needs.

EMPLOYEE TRAINING

Taught by leading industry professionals
Hands-on and designed to meet your needs
24/7 access to course material and labs

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At Montreal College, an AEC (Attestations d'études collégiales) diploma is awarded that is recognized by the Ministry of Education, Quebec.

Certifications are industry-recognized credentials that provide measurable benefits to IT professionals and their employers. They are a reliable validation of training and experience that accelerate professional development, improve productivity and heighten credibility.

Industry certification is a great way for you to invest in professional development and boost your career potential. IT managers know that the skills verified during the certification process are the same ones that can help lead to decreased time-to-market, improved project deployment, increased employee expertise, enhanced efficiency, and greater employee and customer satisfaction.

Montreal College of Information Technology’s IT Certification Academy is partnered with the technology world’s leaders. They officially recognize us for our thorough programs packed with practical, up-to-date knowledge and skill-development exercises that adequately prepare our graduates for their technical certification exams.

MCIT is an authorized PROMETRIC testing center.

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Certificate programs, which are made up of several modules, allow students to acquire specific IT skills that are associated with job requirements. Certificates provide up-to-date, quality education for programs in Microsoft, SAP, Cisco, Oracle, VMware, and many more.
Diploma programs offer a broader curriculum and are geared towards students who are relatively new to the field, whereas certificates enhance a specific skill associated with a job requirement for professionals already active in the IT industry.
As a general rule, grade-12 English reading and writing skills are required. Please be sure to check the course description for any prerequisites.
Courses end with an exam. Upon passing the exam, students obtain a Certificate of Completion.
Please contact an MCIT program adviser at (514-312-2383) for the next available dates.
Between 24 to 80 hours.
In the fall of 2018, the acceptance rate was 62 %.
IT professionals who want to progress further in their career or engineering and IT students who want to improve their job prospects.