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Checking the requirements

To verify if you are eligible for free schooling and that you meet all the requirements for the program you have chosen, the Ministère de l’Éducation et Enseignement supérieur requires certain documents proving your residency status upon admission and showing that you have the necessary prerequisites. Make sure you have them on hand when you apply.

 

Which documents are required for admission?

 

For Quebec residents:

  • a birth certificate;
  • a statement of marks issued by the Ministère de l’Éducation et Enseignement supérieur and your last secondary school report card.

 

For Canadians born outside Quebec:

  • a birth certificate issued by the province or territory in which you were born
  • a statement of marks issued by the last high school you attended
  • proof of Quebec residency (lease, Hydro-Québec statement, municipal property tax assessment or a letter from the landlord indicating the name and address of the individual paying the utilities). For a student less than 18 years of age, a proof of residency from their father, mother or legal guardian.

 

For people born outside Canada:

  • an immigration card (IMM 1000) or a Certificate of Canadian Citizenship
  • an attestation of equivalent studies issued by the Ministère de l'Immigration, Diversité et Inclusion (MIDI)
  • proof of Quebec residency (e.g. lease, Hydro-Québec bill, municipal property tax assessment or letter from the landlord indicating the name and address of the person paying the utilities)

 

Which documents are required for admission?

 

 

What prerequisites are required?

 

Students wishing to enroll in a vocational training program must meet certain admission requirements. Those who have a Secondary School Diploma (SSD) or a recognized equivalent have no additional requirements to meet.

 

In other cases, different admission criteria apply. Some students may need to take certain secondary-level general education courses at the same time as their vocational training so that they can earn their missing credits. Some programs require students to have credits in Secondary IV core subjects (English, French, mathematics).

 

To find out which category of prerequisites apply to the training program that interests you (see below), look at the occupational fact sheets provided on this site or contact your local school board. click here to see the prerequisites.

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