December 1; Online: CAD 93
Canadian citizenship or permanent residency in Canada is required.
A total of 90 students are admitted each year. To be considered for admission, one must: a) meet the above requirements for citizenship, and b) have completed the required studies.
Note: All lectures are given in French. Examinations must be written in French.
The DMV is a 5-year program.
Condition concerning the knowledge of French:
To be admissible,
the candidate must
demonstrate that he/she has
acquired the minimal level of proficiency in French as required
by the chosen program, as established by the University.
To this end, the candidate must either:
• succeed the Épreuve uniforme de langue et littérature française of the Ministry of Education of Quebec or;
• obtain a score of at least 785/990 on the International French exam (Test de français international TFI) http://www.etudes.umontreal.ca/programme/doc_prog/section2.pdf.
This score is obtained by comparing the student’s grade in each course with the class average.
Course completion deadline:
The applicant must have completed all prerequisites at the time of application.
Additional considerations (in order of importance)
1. Academic record
2. Admission test
SUMMARY OF ADMISSION PROCEDURE
End of April, early May
Notification of acceptance:
end of May, early June
Fall semester begins:
end of August
Deposit (to hold place in class):
Evaluation criteria %:
Performance score 80%
Admission test 20%
ESTIMATED EXPENSES FOR THE 2011–2012 ACADEMIC YEAR
Tuition and fees:
100 per credit for residents of Quebec (approx. 45 per year); CAD 250 per credit for Canadian non-residents of Quebec
PREREQUISITES FOR ADMISSION
DEC (Diplôme d’Etudes Collégiales) including the following courses:
Physics 101, 201, 301–78
Chemistry 101, 201, 202
Biology 301, 401
Mathematics (including calculus) 103, 203