Montreal College of Information Technology
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Montreal College of Information Technology’s diploma programs provide you with the theoretical and practical knowledge to make you job-ready.

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.


Our community of knowledge.Your foundation for success.


The program helped me gain a solid understanding of the Mobile app development modules, algorithms, data structures, junit, MVC patterns and developing enterprise solutions, among others.I would highlight the micro student units allowing maximum student- teacher interactivity.

Maria Angela Diaz — Mobile Development Student

"Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower."

Steve Jobs

— 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!
The acceptance rate averages between 65% and 72%.
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.