Rich in international activities, the ACPQ network is proud to present the first portrait of international activities in private colleges conducted as part of a PREP research.
The ACPQ supports students and institutions of the subsidized private colleges in developmental activities by managing government programs, under an agreement with the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (MEES).
Quebec merit scholarship program for international students in technical training programs
This program aims to attract the best international students in technical training and to ensure a broad range of technical. It also enables the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur to help create a new economic space for Québec.
Short-term stay scholarship program for Quebec students
Fulltime students can complete part of their training outside Quebec, with supplemental funding in order to develop their competencies and skills needed to succeed in an international context.
Differential tuition fee exemption for international students
These exemptions are awarded annually to international students from a country charged differential tuition fees by the MEES (ranging from $ 7,300 to $ 11,300 per year, depending on the program) if they are enrolled fulltime in a program leading to a technical DEC .
Artistic and cultural college training international exchange support program
This program financially supports colleges in the organization of short-term international exchanges in artistic and cultural training. These exchanges promote joint undertakings by Québec and international students.