LaSalle College

LaSalle College

  • Location: Montreal, Quebec
  • Foundation: 1959
  • Type of college: private college
  • Campuses: 4 main campuses in Monteral (LaSalle College, Inter-Dec College Montreal, Inter-Dec College Laval, Montreal International Language Centre)


LaSalleCollege

LaSalle College - the largest and leading Canadian BILINGUAL vocational college. Lasalle is a part of the holding of private universities LCI EDUCATION, which includes 22 campuses in 5 continents of the world (North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia)

Advantages:

  • It is the only college in Quebec, which enables its students to study in English, and French.
  • After 2 years of study at the DEC program, students can continue their education in the partner universities. Students begin training immediately on the 3rd year of college, that saves a lot of money spent on training, because the cost of the programs in an order of magnitude is more expensive at university than at college

 Partner Universities:

  • Bishop`s University,
  • Université Laval,
  • Concordia University,
  • Mount St-Vincent University—Nova Scotia,
  • University of Guelph in Canada, La Sierra University in Los-Angeles
  • Institut Hôtelier César Ritz (ICHU) in Switzerland .

 LaSalle College graduates have the right to apply for a work permit after graduation, and received it to work anywhere in Canada.

Admission requirements

  • High school Diploma/ Attestat (Grade 11)
  • Proof of French proficiency -minimum  B2 or Proof of English proficiency - IELTS 6.0 -
  • Copy of passport
  •  Copy of Birth certificate

Programs

  • Professional Certificate programs
  • Professional Diploma programs

DEC- Diplôme d'études collégiales)
(DEC- Diplôme d'études collégiales)  Diploma of Collegial Studies Programs issued after 2 or 3 years of study and has accreditation of the Ministry of Education. These programs include professional subjects and general arts subjects.
Graduation opportunities :

  • University transfer options. Graduates of DEC programs can continue their study at University from the second year.
  • Post graduation work permit opportunities in Canada
  • Apply for Quebec Nomination Certificate, PEQ – Québec Graduate.


(AEC- Attestation d'études collégiales)
(AEC- Attestation d'études collégiales)  Attestation of Collegial Studies Programs - – this is a Certificate about a special professional education– issued after  1-2 years of study. These programs are for people who needs to improve their skills receieved before or to obtain specific skills for their current job.
Graduation opportunities:

  • Post graduation work permit opportunities
  • Apply for Quebec Nomination Certificate after 1 year of study and work experience as a PEQ – Skilled temporary foreign worker. The processin time is fast.

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