Important: Coronavirus Update

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 Important: Coronavirus Update

Important: Coronavirus Update – April 30

Following recent instructions from the Ministry of Education of Quebec, and most importantly, acknowledging that it is an essential step to help contain the propagation of COVID-19, the College will continue delivering online classes for the Summer 2020 semester. We will keep you informed of further instructions, as they come.

We are now accepting applications for Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 intakes.

New students (Local):

How to contact us

Make an appointment with an adviser by phone at (514) 312-2383 or by e-mail at info@montrealcollege.ca
mentioning the program of interest. You can find our advisers information on the Contact Us page.

Summer 2020 session admissions:
Start dates of the programs: 8th June 2020
Deadline to register: 8th May 2020

Fall 2020 session admissions:
Start dates of the programs: 12th October 2020
Deadline to Enroll into the class: 14th August 2020

New students (International)

Admissions for Summer 2020 are open. College Admission team and International Student Advisors are available on call.
Book and appointment by phone at (514) 312-2383 or by e-mail. Find your adviser on the Contact Us page.

Summer 2020 session admissions:
Start dates of the programs: 22nd June 2020
Deadline to Enroll into the class: 12th June 2020

Fall 2020 session admissions:
Start dates of the programs: 24th October 2020
Deadline to Enroll into the class: 16th October 2020

The college will be offering classes online until September. International students’ status won’t be affected by this temporary change

For current students:

if you have any questions or concerns about your program or your schedule, please contact us at (514) 312-2383 extension 3931, or send us an email at academics@montrealcollege.ca.

For all other inquiries, please contact us at (514) 312-2383 or send us an email at info@montrealcollege.ca.

We ask all the staff, faculty and students to continue practicing health precautions to reduce further risks:

  • Avoid social gatherings outside your close ones
  • Wash your hands often.
  • Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer, only if soap and water are not available.
  • When you cough or sneeze, cover your mouth with a tissue or do it in the inside of your elbow.

If you experience flu symptoms, which include fever, cough or difficulty breathing, isolate yourself and call 1-877-644-4545.

More information can be found at https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html

Sincerely,

— F.A.Q —

The College is currently accepting admissions for the Summer 2020 intake. We are closely monitoring the Ministry's instructions and if the situation does not change, your admission will be deferred to the Fall 2020 intake.
"Based on new information released by IRCC (Immigration, Refugees, Citizenship), new students starting their programs in May and June 2020 are allowed to do so in an online format while outside Canada; however, it is important for them to be aware that it cannot exceed 50% of the duration of the program. Therefore, the college advises students to travel to Canada as soon as possible in order to avoid further impacts on their immigration status and future plans in Canada.More information can be found in the link below: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/coronavirus-covid19/visitors-foreign-workers-students.html "
If you have received admission, please follow the CAQ process for an application.
For questions regarding CAQ/Study Permit, we strongly request you to schedule a consultation with our International Admission Office by booking an appointment by e-mail at: sravan.vulli@montrealcollege.ca
Due to the current situation, our Admission office has temporarily decided to accept the online Duolingo English Test to meet our proof of English Language Proficiency.
Yes. You are still eligible because you are registered for a full-time program
We advise you to click on the link below for further information which is updated by the Canadian Government. https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/coronavirus-special-measures.html
For assistance with your application for insurance, please click on the link: https://bit.ly/2y67SL1
Please book an appointment with our advisor by contacting him on this number: 514 312 2383 ext. 3927 or by e-mail at: sravan.vulli@montrealcollege.ca
We advise you to click on the link below for further information which is updated by the Canadian Government: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/coronavirus-special-measures.html
These days you can certify your English proficiency with Duolingo English test, it is an online English test. Hundreds of universities around the world accept the Duolingo English Test. Montreal College of information technology also accepts this English test instead of ITELS exam, so you do not need to wait for ITELS, you can proceed with this exam. For more information, you can go to their website and check www.englishtest.duolingo.com