The Heritage College, Canada is the only public anglophone college in Western Quebec. Applications are invited for the fall and winter semester. The admission deadlines for domestic and international applicants are the same. The college offers two-year Pre-University programs, 3-year-Career programs as well as continuing education programs of around one year.
|Application Portal||Online portal|
|Application Fee (non-refundable)||$75|
|Mode of Payment||Debit/ Credit Card|
|Intake Seasons||Every quarter- Winter and Fall|
|Work Experience||Not Mandatory|
|Financial Aid||Work-study, loans, grants and Scholarships|
The application deadlines for international and domestic are the same. These are as follows:
|Fall Quarter||May 22|
|Winter Quarter||November 1|
For admissions at the Heritage College international applicants are required to submit proof of the English language. The college accepts TOEFL scores. The minimum requirements are as follows:
Cegep Heritage College offers career-oriented technical studies through pre-university and career programs. These are DEC, AEC, and other vocational courses. The admissions requirements for international applicants is similar for all these programs. These are briefed below:
Where to Apply: SRAM Online Application
Application Fee: Students are required to pay the non- refundable application fee of $75.
When applying through SRAM extra charges are to be paid for comparative evaluation of studies.
For studying at the Heritage college applicant needs to receive a letter of acceptance, a Quebec certificate of acceptance for studies, and a study permit.
After receiving the acceptance letter from the college applicants need to apply for a valid visa in order to study in Canada. In order to study at Heritage, the applicants will require a study permit. To enter Canada students even require a Temporary Residence Visa.
Requirements for a study permit are as follows:
This visa can be both single and multiple entries. The requirements for a temporary residence visa are as follows:
Applicants must note that this process can take up to three months.
Letter of acceptance may take up to 3-8 weeks. Additional time should be considered when peak applications are received by the college. The Quebec certificate of acceptance for studies may take up to 6-8 weeks. A study permit may take up to 2-8 weeks with a variation in processing time taken by the home country. International applicants are suggested to apply accordingly and prepare for their arrival by the time of international student orientation dates.