Foreign student

Cégep à distance is pleased to welcome you as a foreign student. As a foreign student, you may enrol in elective courses or register for a program. Please note that we do not currently offer any programs in English.
Please note! Only certain courses can be taken as a foreign student.

Please read the following sections of our website before registering.

Please also determine the fees you will have to pay, as described lower on this page. Other fees may apply. Please see Fees.

To register

If you wish to take a course or to enrol in a program in French at Cégep à distance, you must meet the same requirements as Québécois students. You must have the equivalent of a high school diploma (DES) and you must also get an attestation
of academic equivalency by a comparative evaluation service
. Fees apply.

You must include certified copies of all your academic documentation. If you provide simple photocopies of your diplomas or transcripts (whether or not they are in colour), your registration application will be returned to you without being processed.

A certified copy is a photocopy of an original document that is certified to be authentic by the issuing authority that is recognized within the country or territory that delivered the document. You can find the list of recognized issuing authorities within the documents on the following website: http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/forms/search-title/list-authorities.html.

If you submit a document (which includes an official seal or stamp) in a language other than French or English, you will need to provide the original of a complete translation of the document (including official seals and stamps) prepared by a recognized translator.

To enrol in a program, complete the registration form (PDF) and send us:

  • Copies of your transcripts
  • A legible photocopy of your birth certificate that indicates the names of your parents. If your birth certificate is not in French or English, it must be translated into one of these languages by a certified translator and the translation must be marked with the translator’s seal.
  • The duly completed registration form.
  • Your payment, which must be made by credit card in Canadian dollars.

Fees

Whether you enrol in elective courses or a program, the tuition fee is $6 per course hour, plus the cost of materials, shipping and telephone charges.

Type of fee

Cost in Canadian dollars

Academic equivalency for studies outside of Canada

See Fees.

Application fee

See Fees.

Tuition fee ($6 per course hour)

30-hour course

$180

45-hour course

$270

60-hour course

$360

75-hour course

$450

Shipping charges (for one course)

United States

$35

Europe

$70

Tunisia

$75

Algeria

$65

Morocco

$65

Mexico

$55

Course material fees

See Fees.

The link below provides information on currency conversion: http://www.banqueducanada.ca/.
For further information, please contact us using this online form.

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