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Required Documents

Canadian citizen – born in québec

The following documents must be attached to the application form upon submission:

  1. The candidates’ birth certificate with the name of the parents
  2. Student record
    • The most recent academic records: If the applicant completed his studies in the province of Québec, his record must be issued by the MEES
    • A copy of the applicants' high school diploma

Canadian citizen – born in Canada (outside Québec)

The following documents must be attached to the application form upon submission:

  1. The candidates’ birth certificate with the name of the parents
  2. Student record
    • The most recent academic records:
      • If the applicant completed his studies in the province of Québec, his record must be issued by the MEES
      • If the applicant studied in another province within Canada, his transcripts must be issued by the Ministry of Education from the province or territory where he attended school
      • If the applicant studied outside of Canada, his record must be issued by an educational institution or by the state
    • A copy of the applicants' high school diploma or equivalent (in English or French)

Canadian citizen – naturalized

The following documents must be attached to the application form upon submission:

  1. The candidates’ birth certificate with the name of the parents
  2. Canadian citizenship card or certificate (front and back)
  3. CSQ (Certificat de sélection du Québec)
  4. Student record
    • The most recent academic records:
      • If the applicant completed his studies in the province of Québec, his record must be issued by the MEES
      • If the applicant studied in another province within Canada, his transcripts must be issued by the Ministry of Education from the province or territory where he attended school
      • If the applicant studied outside of Canada, his record must be issued by an educational institution or by the state
    • A copy of the applicants' high school diploma or equivalent (in English or French)

Permanent resident

The following documents must be attached to the application form upon submission:

  1. The candidates’ birth certificate with the name of the parents
  2. Permanent resident card (front and back)
  3. CSQ (Certificat de sélection du Québec)
  4. Student record
    • The most recent academic records:
      • If the applicant completed his studies in the province of Québec, his record must be issued by the MEES
      • If the applicant studied in another province within Canada, his transcripts must be issued by the Ministry of Education from the province or territory where he attended school
      • If the applicant studied outside of Canada, his record must be issued by an educational institution or by the state
    • A copy of the applicants' high school diploma or equivalent (in English or French)

International students

Consult the Required Documents page located in the Study in Canada section.

Additional information

For students that did not complete their secondary education in Canada, the results of a standardized language test*:

* Note: Please refer to the Admission Regulation for more details.

** Note: For Indian Students in AEC programs, an IELTS score of 6 overall with 2 bands of 5.5 is accepted.

If the certification is not clearly indicated on the transcript or diploma, the candidate will be required to submit certified copies or the original copies of the transcripts and/or diplomas.

Any official document issued outside of Québec must be a certified copy or the original. If the accompanying documents are not in English or in French, an official translation in one of these languages must be attached. Only documents translated by a certified translator will be accepted as official translations.

A retention code will be assigned to all incomplete files which will postpone the regular application and registration process, as well as delay access to services.

For any other status, ask our admission advisors for more information on the required documents.

Consult the Admission Regulation

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