Montreal, QuebecLOCATION
Estd 1928Established Year

College Jean-de-Brebeuf is a private French-language institution, offers secondary school and college level courses. This foremost school of Canada is established in 1928, located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Why choose College Jean-de-Brebeuf?

  • One of the foremost schools in Canada 
  • Ranked 1st in Fraser Institute School Ranking in 2016
  • One of the most prestigious secondary schools in Quebec 
  • Consistently received high rankings from Fraser Institute
  • Received 10/10 academic performance


Type of UniversityPrivate
Number of departments and disciplines8
Number of programs offered6
Annual tuition feeCAD 4,200
Language for coursesEnglish, French

Programs offered at College Jean-de-Brebeuf

College Jean-de-Brebeuf is one of the foremost schools in Canada with eight departments and disciplines.

Arts and CommunicationsPhysical Education
LettersMathematics and Computer Science
Social Science

Information Technology and Communications

Different programs available are:

  • International Baccalaureate in Natural Sciences
  • International Baccalaureate in Human Sciences
  • The arts, letters and communication program
  • Human Sciences
  • Science of Nature
  • Science of Arts

Campus of College Jean-de-Brebeuf

The College Jean-de-Brebeuf campus is located at 3,200 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Residence facility at College Jean de Brebeuf

It has an in-house residence for students. Facilities available in the residence inside campus are:

  • Accommodates more than 150 students every year.
  • Provides single and double occupancy
  • Wireless Internet connection
  • Kitchen equipped with microwave, toaster and heating surface
  • Lounges with HDTVs, DVD players, and armchairs
  • Laundry with washer-dryer, ironing board
  • Security service and cafeteria service

All you need to know about the Application Process


Prospective students need to start with the following before applying for the College-

Documents Required

  • All official transcripts
  • A Quebec certificate of acceptance for studies from the Quebec Ministry of Immigration and Cultural Communities
  • A study permit issued by citizenship and immigration Canada
  • A proof of health insurance

How to apply?

Interested candidates must select the program and check its requirements on the official website.

  • International students are also required to fulfill the requirements stated for their country.
  • Candidate must send their previous academic records to the college.
  • Students whose mother tongue is not French and who had not completed their secondary studies in Quebec, will have to provide written and oral proofs in the French language.
  • They should pass the International French Test with a minimum score of 780/990.
  • A certified copy of the Birth certificate in French or in English for the candidate born outside Quebec.

Application Fees

  • Students have to pay the application fees of amount CAD 50.
  • Fees once paid is non-refundable.
  • Fees can be paid via credit card and debit card.


Given below are the outlines of expenses a student may bear while studying at the College Jean-de-Brebeuf.

Secondary school fees

Admission feesCAD 50
Registration feesCAD 200
Infrastructure maintenanceCAD 285
Annual tuition feesCAD 4,200
Concentration-Sports Profile (optional - for boys only)CAD 390
International profile (optional - for girls and boys)CAD 485
LunchCAD 1,137
Residence including 3 meals a dayCAD 5,471

Cost of College Studies

Admission feesCAD 50
Registration feesCAD 200
Infrastructure maintenanceCAD 285
Annual tuition feesCAD 5,025
Residence for 34 weeks Double occupancy Single occupancyCAD 2,406 CAD 2,992
MealsCAD 2,407
Lunch onlyCAD 1,032

Financial Aid provided by College Jean-de-Brebeuf

A number of scholarships are available for students at College Jean-de-Brebeuf to help them fund their studies.

  • Scholarship distribution is based on student’s family financial situation.
  • Annual scholarships of CAD 1,000 to CAD 2,000 are awarded to the students
  • College Jean-de-Brebeuf provides two scholarships for student-athletes in the college.
  • They are-Financial Assistance Scholarship and Scholarship for Excellence for Students Athletes.

Career Prospects after graduation from College Jean-de-Brebeuf

Work While You Study

On Campus

Students can work on campus while studying at the institute. They should fulfill the following conditions:

  1. Study full-time in a program
  2. Have a valid study permit
  3. Have a SIN (Social Insurance Number)
  4. Can work a maximum of 20 hours/week during the school year
  5. Can work full time during school holidays.


Students can work off-campus while studying at the institute. They will have to fulfill the following conditions:

  1. Have a valid study permit
  2. Study full time in a program at a recognized institution
  3. Have already started studying
  4. Studying to obtain a degree, diploma, certificate with duration of at least 6 months
  5. Have a SIN (Social Insurance Number)

Work after Graduation

The student can work post their graduation after obtaining a work permit. The post-graduation work permit is valid for the same duration as that of the last study program you have completed. Students have to fulfill the following conditions:

  1. Must have been a full-time student in Canada
  2. Completed with a study program with a minimum duration of 8 months.
  3. Apply for the work permit within 90 days of receiving a document declaring completion of studies.
  4. Must have a valid study permit.

Alumni network

College Jean-de-Brebeuf is home to more than 50 notable alumni out of which some are listed below:

  • Andre Boisclair – Politician, former leader of the Parti Quebecois
  • Pierre Boivin – President of the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League
  • Jean Carle – civil servant and executive
  • Gregory Charles – Musician, actor and entertainer
  • Pierre Bourgault – Politician, intellectual, teacher, and columnist
  • Michel Chartrand – Union leader, activist
  • Clement Gascon – Supreme Court Justice
  • Paul Gerin-Lajoie – Lawyer and Politician
  • Acques Godbout – Writer and filmmaker
  • A. Jean de Grandpre – Business executive, 15th Chancellor of McGill University
  • Denise Ho – Cantopop singer
  • Pierre – Marc Johnson – Premier of Quebec
  • Dr. Vincent J. Lacroix – Sports medicine doctor
  • William Johnson – Journalist, president of Alliance Quebec
  • Hubert Reeves – Astrophysicist
  • Pierre Elliott Trudeau – 15th Prime Minister of Canada
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