CHAMPLAIN REGIONAL COLLEGE, SHERBROOKE

Sherbrooke, QuebecLOCATION
UniversitySCHOOL TYPE
Estd 1971Established Year

Champlain Regional College is an English-language, public, post-secondary institution in the province of Québec. It offers pre-university and technical college-level education and training. Interested students can apply Regular Day or Continuing Education programs.

  • Webometrics Ranking: 19864 (world)
  • Webometrics Ranking: 329 (Canada)
  • In college Champlain Residence for students at Lennoxville
  • Over 1000 students per campus.
  • Average student presence in class- 25.
  • First multi-regional college in the Community College network

Highlights

NameChamplain Regional College
Year Founded1971
Type of CollegePublic
LocationSherbrooke, Québec, Canada
Campuses3 (Lennoxville, Saint-Lambert, and Saint-Lawrence)
Enrollment1001-5000
Websitehttp://www.champlaincollege.qc.ca/
Basic Tuition Fee, Undergraduate Canadian StudentsCAD 1508 per semester
Basic Tuition Fee, Undergraduate International StudentsCAD 6059 per semester
Application FeeCAD 30 application fee (one time only)

Campus and Residential Facilities

  • Three campuses, in Lennoxville, Saint-Lambert, and Saint-Lawrence.
  • Each campus offers its own selection of pre-university programs and three-year career programs, in areas like computer science, nursing, tourism, and accounting, etc.

Housing and Residence

Lennoxville Campus: In-house residence

  • Private open spaces, outdoor picnic tables, outdoor beach volleyball and basketball courts
  • 10-15-minutes walking distance to the campus or stores in town
  • Rent CAD 340.00 per month
  • Unlimited high speed WIFI with an individual router in each apartment-included

St. Lawrence and St-Lambert Campuses do not offer residential facilities. Off campus housing options include:

  • Student Hostels
  • Private Apartment
  • Shared Apartment
  • Homestays

Programs Available at Champlain Regional College

St. Lawrence Campus- Pre- University Programs

SciencesPure and Applied Science
Health Science
Social Sciences
Social Science (General)Psychology
Commerce
Mathematics
Creative Arts, Literature and LanguagesGerman-French Stream
Spanish-German Stream
Spanish-French Stream
Career ProgramsAccounting and Management Technology (PW Sims Business Program)
Tourism Technology

St-Lambert- Pre-University Programs

SciencePure & Applied Sciences
Computer Science and Mathematics
Health Sciences
Social ScienceCommerce
Education
Criminology
Psychology
World Studies
Creative Arts, Languages & LiteratureDigital Media and Film & Media
Modern Languages
Law and Civilization and Law, Civilization and MathematicsLiberal Arts

St. Lambert Campus- Career Programs

  • Entrepreneurship (Business Management)
  • Sport Marketing & Management Option (Business Management)
  • Tourism Management (Tourism)
  • Legacy to Mobile (Computer Science)
  • Nursing

Lennoxville Campus- Technical Programs

  • Special Care Counselling
  • Accounting and Management Technology
  • Computer Information Systems Mobile Information Technology
  • Nursing Technology

Lennoxville Campus Pre-university and General Education

SciencePure & Applied Sciences
Health Sciences
Computer Science and Mathematics
Social SciencePsychology
Commerce
Mathematics
Criminology
Creative Arts, Literature & LanguagesCreative Arts
Languages and Communications
Fine Arts-
Liberal Arts-

All About Application Process

Pre-Requisites

  • Birth Certificate with parents’ name indicated clearly
  • Proof of enrollment in health and accident insurance plan approved by the college.
  • Study permit in Canada
  • Certificate of acceptance in Quebec
  • 3-year technical program students, obtain work permit as well.
  • English Proficiency Documents (IELTS or TOEFL) at the time of application. (Minimum score of 6.5 on aggregate)
  • Official Transcripts of previous studies

How, When and Where to Apply?

Application Deadlines

Domestics Applicants - March 1 (Fall Semester) and November 1 (winter semester)

International Applicants- November 1 (winter semester)

Steps to Apply

  • Go to www.champlainonline.com
  • Submit online application using Common Application System.
  • Pay the application fee CAD 30.

What after you get admission?

International applicants- obtain visa, study permit and work permit via admission offer letter.

Domestic Applicants- obtain a clear photocopy of document issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada indicating status.

Cost and Expenses

FOR ALL STUDENTSCAD 215 semester fee (includes optional CAD 15 Foundation fee)
QUEBEC NON-RESIDENTCAD 1508 per semester
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTCAD 6059 per semester
INTERNATIONAL NURSING STUDENTCAD 9393 per semester

Scholarship and Financial Aids

Scholarship Program given to incoming, current and graduating students.

  • Value of entrance scholarship- CAD 750.00.
  • Awarded to student with highest academic average

Internal Financial Aids

  • Annie Turcotte Memorial Award- CAD 250
  • The Champlain Regional College Board of Governors’ Merit Award- CAD 1250
  • Potter Family Scholarship- CAD 1000
  • The Royal Bank Award- CAD 1000
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Total Enrollment
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Acceptance Rate
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