Is Eastern Québec just for general education?
No, as a recognized Ministère de l'Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport (MELS) Centre, we have different options – general education, vocational training and language courses.
Where can I find out more about the choices at Eastern Québec?
Just go to the appropriate tab on the home page of our website and click to show more about the options.
How can I decide if a programme is right for me?
Student for a Day is always a great opportunity to visit Eastern Québec and sit in on a class that might interest you. For more information, contact the Guidance Counsellor at418 654-0537, extension 2830 or send an email to email@example.com
I am missing credits for my High School Diploma, what should I do?
Making an appointment with our Guidance Counsellor (call, 418 654-0537, extension 2830) is always a good starting point to get the information you need. But, if you have been out of school for a while, you might want to click on the Missing Credits tab to find out about a special service called SARCA which offers support and free information to help you complete your High School Diploma.
Do I have to be bilingual to study at Eastern Québec?
No it’s not necessary. Depending on which programme/course interests you, we will evaluate your level of English to see how we can help you. We know that if you do decide to study with us, your English will certainly improve!
How much does it cost to go to Eastern Québec?
There is a basic fee for administration of $50 per semester for all General Education students. All Professional Programme students and some language courses have an administration fee of $50.
General Education: there will be modules to buy. These can vary from $3 to $30 Professional Programmes: fees for materials vary depending on the programme.
Can I get financial help to go to Eastern Québec?
Students can either speak to our SARCA agent, 418 654-0537, extension 2852 or follow this link to Loans and Bursaries (MEESR) online to find out more.
« Compared to another institution, the big advantage is the individualized learning approach. Over there, the pace was too slow and I was bored. I like to go at my own pace and progress on many projects at a time. Students can help each other too, which is an advantage. »
— VANESSA-JESSICA Dubois