Champlain College Saint-Lambert will offer admission to as many qualified candidates as possible. Space limitations can, however, have an impact. When too many applications are received for a particular program, students with the higher academic standing will be admitted first.
You can view the Champlain College Saint-Lambert 2013-2014 Admissions Handbook here. It contains everything that you need to know about applying to the College. Some of the key areas covered are:
November 1, 2013 is the deadline to apply for the Winter 2014 Semester.
March 1, 2014 is the deadline to apply for the Fall 2014 Semester.
If you have any questions, please contact Admissions at (450) 672-7360.
Admission Requirements for Quebec Residents
The basic entrance requirement for all students applying to Champlain College Saint-Lambert is the Quebec Diploma of Secondary Studies.
Admission Requirements for Out of Province and International Students
As a post-secondary institution of higher learning, Champlain College Saint-Lambert requires all candidates for admission to possess a diploma of graduation from their province, state or country. The eleventh year of a twelve-year system may not be substituted for a high school diploma, since candidates will not have met the terminal objectives associated with the completion of their secondary education.
Out of Province Applicants – Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents
Quebec law requires students who are not deemed residents of Quebec to pay additional fees. Please note that these fees are subject to change without notice.
Quebec law requires International Students to pay additional fees. Please note that these fees are subject to change without notice.
International students must provide the following documentation before arriving in Canada. International students should begin the process of obtaining these documents once they have received their acceptance letter from Champlain College Saint-Lambert:
- A “Certificat d’acceptation du Québec” (C.A.Q.), which must be obtained from the Ministère des communautés culturelles et de l’immigration of the Province of Québec. More information is available from Immigration et Communautés culturelles.
- A study permit from the Government of Canada. More information is available from Citizenship and Immigration Canada. NB: Students admitted into a 3-year technical program will also obtain a student work permit for their 6th semester stage component (field work) in their final year.
- International students must provide proof of enrollment in a comprehensive health and accident insurance plan that is approved by the college. Students may obtain such an insurance plan through the auspices of the college.
NOTE: International students may only apply for a winter semester if they have a student visa which is valid until the end of the winter semester.
- International students and permanent residents whose mother tongue is not English, and/or who have not studied in English during the last two years, are required to submit official TOEFL results (Test of English as a Foreign Language). Testing information can be found on the TOEFL website. Applicants may present the results of other tests or examinations providing evidence of college-level abilities in English. Upon examination of this evidence by the College, applicants may be exempted from the TOEFL requirement.
- All diploma programs offered by English cegeps in Quebec require students to successfully complete two college-level courses in “French as a Second Language.” In order to ensure that admitted students will be able to pass these courses, Champlain Saint-Lambert requires applicants who have studied outside Quebec to demonstrate the completion of approximately 180 hours of French instruction.
- A letter of intent is required for admission to the Nursing program, and also from students who have not been studying full time for one or more semesters. Your letter should indicate the following
- why you are applying to Champlain College Saint-Lambert and the reason for your choice of program;
- relevant information to clarify your academic record if you had difficulty; e.g. explanation of factors that affected your performance, medical certificates, proof of employment, including work hours, etc.;
- a brief description of your personal situation or principal occupation since leaving school;
- your related work/volunteer experience if either of your choices is a technology program.
- If you have a disability, please submit a notice from a professional so that we may be aware of your special needs.
If you have any questions concerning your application, please contact the Admissions Office at: (450) 672-7360 ext. 217.
Government loans and bursaries are available to qualified students (Canadian citizens or permanent residents). For detailed information contact the Financial Aid Office at the College at (450) 672-7360, Ext. 249.
Champlain College Saint-Lambert offers a Scholarship Program for incoming, current and graduating students.
The value of each entrance scholarship is $500.00 and is awarded to the student with the highest academic average among students in her/his program.
Scholarships valued at $500.00 are also attributed by the “Fédération des Caisses Desjardins du Québec” to students who have the highest cote de rendement (cote R) midway through their program, to help them complete their college studies.
Qualifying graduates may also be eligible for various awards, medals or prizes, such as the Lieutenant Governor’s Award, the Board of Governors’ Award or the Quebec Association of Retired Teachers prize. Champlain College Saint-Lambert students were awarded the prestigious Canadian Merit Foundation scholarship. Graduating students were also recipients of the Canadian Millennium Foundation scholarship. Entrance scholarships to universities such as McGill, Concordia, Université de Montréal, HEC and Queens University were also given to our outstanding graduates.