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f001001 - Ministère de l`Éducation et de l`Enseignement supérieur
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2012-2013 Application for Financial Assistance
1001 (1 of 8)
*f001001*
IMPORTANT: # The circled numbers indicate items for
which supporting documents are
required. (See Guide, pages 14 to 20.)
1Student’s Personal Information
Reserved for Aide financière aux études
(See Guide, pages 4 and 5.)
A. Identification
Permanent code assigned by the Ministère
Last name
Date of birth
First name
Social Insurance Number
Y
Sex
Male
Female
Language of correspondence
French
M
D
English
B. Citizenship
Canadian citizen
Naturalized Canadian citizen 2
Date on which you obtained
naturalized canadian citizen
Permanent resident 3
Date on which you obtained
permanent resident status ......
Refugee or protected person 4
Date on which you obtained status
as a refugee or protected person
by birth 1
Y
M
D
Immigrant
category code
Y
M
D
Immigrant
category code
Y
M
D
C. Mailing address
No.
Direction
Street
Apartment
(North, South, East, West)
Municipality
Province
Municipality (cont.)
Postal code
Telephone number (home)
Area code
Other telephone number
Country
Area code
Extension
Extension
E-mail address
If you provide your e-mail address, you will receive your correspondence by e-mail.
2 Residence in Québec
(See Guide, page 5.)
The information provided in this section will enable us to determine if you are a Québec resident. Answer YES to only one of the questions
below. If you answer NO to questions one, two and three, indicate the appropriate criteria, if applicable, in the space provided at number 4.
A. Québec resident status
1. Were you born in Québec?......................................
If you answered YES, go directly to subsection B.
2. Does one of your parents (or your sponsor) reside
5
in Québec? ..............................................................
If you answered YES, go directly to subsection B.
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3. Do you hold a Québec selection certificate? ..........
If you answered YES, go directly to subsection B.
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
4. You may be able to claim Québec resident status on the basis
of other criteria. See page 5 of the Guide. Where applicable,
choose one of the criteria and enter the corresponding
5
number in this space. ..............................................................
If you entered criterion 10 in the space above, indicate the
criterion that applies to your spouse in this space. ................
B. Studying outside Québec
If you are pursuing studies outside Québec, see page 5 of the Guide and choose criterion 11, 12, 13, 14 or 15. 7
5
Enter the number of the criterion in this space. ..............................................................................................................................................
Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport
Aide financière aux études
1035, rue De La Chevrotière
Québec (Québec) G1R 5A5
22-1299-12A (rev. 12-03)
3A
Educational Information
Regular Path College or University Program
1001 (2 of 8)
(See Guide, pages 6 to 8.)
You must fill out this section if you will be enrolled in a regular path college or university program, including Télé-université and
Cé[email protected] programs, in 2012-2013. If you will be enrolled in a secondary school vocational training program, a college continuing
education program or a college intensive or accelerated program, you must fill out section 3B on page 4.
Part-time studies pursued prior to start of full-time studies in 2012-2013
The information provided in this subsection will enable us to determine if you are entitled to a contribution reduction with regard to part-time
studies pursued prior to the start of your full-time studies.
You must fill out this subsection if you were enrolled, are enrolled or plan to enroll in a university program in less than 12 credits or in a college
program in less than 180 course hours during the 4-month period preceding the start of your full-time studies in 2012-2013.
Name of educational institution (See Guide, pages 29 to 42.)
Code
Number of course
hours (college)
Number of credits
(university)
(Max. 11 credits)
(Max. 179 h)
Did you, do you or will you reside with your parents or sponsor during this period? ..........................................................................
Yes
No
If you pursued, are pursuing or plan to pursue part-time studies in more than one educational institution during the 4-month period prior to the start
of your full-time studies, see page 6 of the Guide.
Full-time studies or practicum in 2012-2013 (from September 1, 2012, to August 31, 2013)
Educational information provided in this subsection will enable us to determine the study periods during which you will be studying full-time, doing a
full-time practicum or deemed to be studying full-time.
You must provide the information requested for each study period (fall 2012, winter 2013 and summer 2013).
Fall 2012
Code
Name of program (See Guide, pages 29 to 42.)
Name of educational institution (See Guide, pages 29 to 42.)
Code
Will you reside with your parents or sponsor in the fall of 2012? ........................................................................................................
Yes
If you are enrolled in one of the programs listed on page 7 of the Guide, please specify which year of the program you
will be pursuing in the fall of 2012. ......................................................................................................................................................................
Indicate what you plan to be doing in the fall of 2012. Check one box only.
College education
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum (work-study program or other)
University education—Undergraduate level
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum (cooperative program or other)
Indicate the number of credits in which you will be enrolled (Québec programs only). ............................................................................
University education—Master’s level
• Program with thesis
Full-time studies
• Program without thesis
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum
Writing of thesis
Deposit of thesis
(See Guide, page 8.)
Full-time practicum
Indicate the number of credits in which you will be enrolled (Québec programs only). ............................................................................
University education—Doctorate level
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum
Winter 2013
Name of program (See Guide, pages 29 to 42.)
Name of educational institution (See Guide, pages 29 to 42.)
Writing of dissertation
Deposit of dissertation
(See Guide, page 8.)
Code
Code
No
3A
Educational Information
Regular Path College or University Program
Winter 2013
1001 (3 of 8)
Permanent code
(cont.)
(cont.)
Will you reside with your parents or sponsor in the winter of 2013? ......................................................................................................
Yes
No
If you are enrolled in one of the programs listed on page 7 of the Guide, please specify which year of the program you
will be pursuing in the winter of 2013. ..............................................................................................................................................................
Indicate what you plan to be doing in the winter of 2013. Check one box only.
College education
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum (work-study program or other)
University education—Undergraduate level
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum (cooperative program or other)
Indicate the number of credits in which you will be enrolled (Québec programs only). ............................................................................
University education—Master’s level
• Program with thesis
Full-time studies
• Program without thesis
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum
Writing of thesis
Deposit of thesis
(See Guide, page 8.)
Full-time practicum
Indicate the number of credits in which you will be enrolled (Québec programs only). ............................................................................
University education—Doctorate level
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum
Writing of dissertation
Deposit of dissertation
(See Guide, page 8.)
Do you plan to pursue full-time studies in September 2013? ......................................................................................................
Yes
No
Summer 2013
Code
Name of program (See Guide, pages 29 to 42.)
Name of educational institution (See Guide, pages 29 to 42.)
Code
Will you reside with your parents or sponsor during the summer of 2013? ..........................................................................................
Yes
If you are enrolled in one of the programs listed on page 7 of the Guide, please specify which year of the program you
will be pursuing in the summer of 2013. ............................................................................................................................................................
Indicate what you plan to be doing in the summer of 2013. Check one box only.
College education
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum (work-study program or other)
University education—Undergraduate level
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum (cooperative program or other)
Indicate the number of credits in which you will be enrolled (Québec programs only). ..........................................................................
University education—Master’s level
• Program with thesis
Full-time studies
• Program without thesis
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum
Writing of thesis
Deposit of thesis
(See Guide, page 8.)
Full-time practicum
Indicate the number of credits in which you will be enrolled (Québec programs only). ............................................................................
University education—Doctorate level
Full-time studies
Full-time practicum
Writing of dissertation
Deposit of dissertation
(See Guide, page 8.)
No
1001 (4 of 8)
3B
Educational Information
Secondary School Vocational Training Program or College Continuing Education Program
You must fill out this section if you will be enrolled in a secondary school vocational training program in 2012-2013. In addition, you
must fill out this section if you will be enrolled in a continuing education program leading to an Attestation of College Studies (ACS)
or an intensive or accelerated program leading to a Diploma of College Studies (DCS).
Part-time studies pursued prior to start of full-time studies in 2012-2013
The information provided in this subsection will enable us to determine if you are entitled to a contribution reduction with regard to part-time college or
university studies pursued prior to the start of your full-time studies.
You must fill out this subsection if you were enrolled, are enrolled or plan to enroll in a university program in less than 12 credits or in a college
program in less than 180 course hours during the 4-month period preceding the start of your full-time studies in 2012-2013.
Name of educational institution (See Guide, pages 29 to 42.)
Code
Number of course
hours (college)
Number of credits
(university)
(Max. 11 credits)
(Max. 179 h)
Did you, do you or will you reside with your parents or sponsor during this period?................................................................................
Yes
No
If you pursued or plan to pursue part-time studies in more than one educational institution during the 4-month period preceding the start of your
full-time studies, see page 6 of the Guide.
Full-time studies
The information provided in this subsection will enable us to determine the study period during which you are studying full-time in 2012-2013.
If you plan to change program or educational institution during the 2012-2013 award year, see page 8 of the Guide.
You must provide the start date and end date of your program. If you do not know the program end date, provide the duration of the program in weeks
or months.
Y
M
D
Y
M
D
Start date of program ..............
End date of program ..............
or
Duration of program
in weeks ......................
or
Duration of program
in months ..................
Name of program (See Guide, pages 29 to 42.)
Code
Code
Name of educational institution (See Guide, pages 29 to 42.)
Did you or will you reside with your parents or sponsor during your full-time studies? ............................................................................
Yes
No
Do you plan to pursue full-time studies in September 2013? ..............................................................................................................
Yes
No
If you are enrolled in one of the programs listed on page 7 of the Guide, please specify which year of the program you will reach in 2012-2013.
4 Student’s Situation
(See Guide, pages 9 to 11.)
A. Marital status
The information provided in this subsection will enable us to determine if you meet the criteria to be considered a self-supporting student based
on your marital status and whether or not you must have the 2012-2013 Declaration of Spouse form filled out.
Check the box corresponding to your current marital status. If you consider yourself a de facto spouse, see page 9 of the Guide to find out which
box to check.
Single
De facto separated (See Guide, page 9.) 11
Civil union spouse (Have the 2012-2013 Declaration of Spouse form filled out.) 8
Legally separated 12
Married (Have the 2012-2013 Declaration of Spouse form filled out.) 9
Divorced 13
Widowed 10
Enter the date on which this marital status became effective (unless you are single). ........................................................
Y
M
D
1001 (5 of 8)
Permanent code
4 Student’s Situation
A. Marital status
(cont.)
(cont.)
If you are married, living in a civil union or living in a de facto union with another person and are living with a child (see Guide, page 9), please
provide the following information concerning your spouse.
Spouse’s permanent code assigned
by the Ministère (if applicable)
Last name
First name
Date of birth
Y
M
D
B. Major functional disability
The information provided in this subsection will enable us to determine if you are entitled to the special measures for students with a major functional
disability. (See Guide, page 9.)
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You must check this box if you have a major functional disability recognized by a doctor. ..........................................................................................
C. Self-supporting student (based on family situation)
You must check all of the statements that apply to you. If none of the statements apply to your situation, go directly to subsection D.
1.
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I am or was the biological or adoptive parent of a child. ..................................................................
Parent since:
2.
16
I am single and both my parents are deceased. ............................................................
Father passed away on:
3.
17
I am at least 20 weeks pregnant. ..............................................................
I have been 20 weeks pregnant since:
4.
18
I am a single parent and have at least one dependent child living with me. ..............................................
Since:
5.
I am living with a de facto spouse (without being married or in a civil union)
and at least one child (my de facto spouse’s or mine). (Have spouse fill out the
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date of de facto union:
2012-2013 Declaration of Spouse form.) ................................................................Start
Y
M
D
Y
M
D
Mother passed away on:
D. Self-supporting student (based on studies)
You must check only one of the statements that apply to you.
1.
20
I hold a bachelor’s degree from a Québec university. ........................................................................
Obtained on:
2.
I hold a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent from an institution outside Québec.
21
(This generally involves a diploma requiring a minimum of three years of university study.) ............
Obtained on:
3.
I will be pursuing master’s or doctoral studies throughout the year, but do not hold a bachelor’s degree.
4.
I hold a Diploma of Advanced Studies I in Music from a Québec music or drama conservatory
22
or an attestation issued upon completion of three years of training. ..............................................
Obtained on:
If you are single and none of the statements in subsections C and D apply to you, check one of the following statements, if applicable. If
neither of these two situations apply to you, go directly to subsection E. If you are recognized by Aide financière aux études as having a
major functional disability, see page 10 of the Guide.
5.
I have studied at the university level in Québec for at least three years and have earned
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90 credits toward a single university degree during this period. ............................................
90 credits obtained on:
6.
I have studied at the university level outside Québec and have earned the equivalent of
90 credits toward a single university degree. ..........................................................................
90 credits obtained on:
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1001 (6 of 8)
4 Student’s Situation
(cont.)
E. Self-supporting student (based on time spent in the labour market)
If you are married, in a civil union, divorced, de facto separated or widowed, or if you are single and have checked one of the situations in subsections C and D, go directly to subsection F.
1. I was in one of the following situations for a total of at least 24 months, without ever studying full-time during that period. 25
I held a paid job or received employment insurance or income replacement benefits while living with my parents,
sponsor or elsewhere.
I supported myself while living somewhere other than with my parents or sponsor.
I was in both of the above situations.
2.
I have not studied full-time for at least seven years (consecutive or not). 26
F. Exceptional family situation
If none of the statements in subsections C, D and E apply to you, check all of the following statements that apply to you. If none of these situations
apply to you, go directly to subsection G. If you are a Canadian citizen by birth, go to question 2 below.
1. I am a naturalized Canadian citizen, a permanent resident, a refugee or a protected person, within the meaning of the Immigration and Refugee
Protection Act, and one of the following situations applies to me:
My parents do not reside in Canada. 27
My spouse does not reside in Canada. 27
2. I am single and one of the following situations applies to me:
3.
2.1
I have been placed in a foster home. 28
2.2
My parents or my sponsor is living in a special care home. (See Guide, page 11.) 28
2.3
I have been placed in the custody of a guardian. 28
2.4
My parents or my sponsor cannot be located. 28
2.5
I am or will be living in a halfway house in 2012-2013. (See Guide, page 11.) 28
2.6
My family situation has deteriorated and confirmation of this situation has been provided by an authorized person. (See Guide, page 11.) 28
2.7
I receive child support payments from my parents in accordance with a court judgment. 29
My spouse cannot be located. 28
G. Student with a parental contribution
If you are single and none of the statements in subsections C, D, E and F apply to you, you will be considered a student with a parental contribution.
Similarly, in subsection F.2, if you checked box 2.2, 2.5 or 2.6, you will be considered a student with a parental contribution.
You must therefore have the 2012-2013 Declaration of Father or sponsor form or the 2012-2013 Declaration of Mother or sponsor form, or both,
filled out. Check the box that applies to your situation and have the appropriate form(s) filled out.
1. If your parents are living together, check this box.
(Have your father fill out the 2012-2013 Declaration of Father or sponsor form AND your mother the 2012-2013 Declaration of Mother
or sponsor form.)
2. If your parents are divorced, legally separated or de facto separated, or if one of your parents is deceased, indicate with whom you now reside or
last resided.
Your mother (Have her fill out the 2012-2013 Declaration of Mother or sponsor form.)
Your father (Have him fill out the 2012-2013 Declaration of Father or sponsor form.)
If you are a naturalized Canadian citizen, a permanent resident, a refugee or a protected person, see page 11 of the Guide.
1001 (7 of 8)
Permanent code
5 Other Financial Support Programs
(See Guide, page 12.)
The information provided in this section will enable us to determine the study periods during which you receive financial assistance under
a financial support program other than the Loans and Bursaries Program.
Indicate the program(s) under which you will receive assistance between July 1, 2012, and August 31, 2013.
1. Social assistance or social solidarity program provided by the Ministère de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale
or the department responsible for the equivalent program in another province ..................................................................................
2. Manpower training measure offered by Emploi-Québec for which the activities are carried out in a
public college or an educational institution under the authority of a school board............................ Start date
Yes
No
Y
M
D
Y
M
D
Y
M
D
Y
M
D
End date
3. Manpower training measure offered by Emploi-Québec for which the activities are carried out in a
private secondary school, a private college or a university, or within the framework of a selffinanced program offered in a public college ...................................................................................... Start date
End date
If the statement in 5.3 applies to you, are your educational expenses paid in full by Emploi-Québec?....................................................
6 Financial Resources in 2012
Yes
No
(See Guide, pages 12 and 13.)
The information provided in subsections A and B will enable us to determine your financial resources for 2012. You must provide an estimate
of your income. Please be as accurate as possible.
A. Employment income or income considered employment income (January 1 to December 31, 2012)
If you have no income
to report, enter “0” (zero).
Gross employment income (including income related to an election) ...................................................................................... $
.00
Income related to an election (See Guide, page 12.) .................................................................................................................... $
.00
Net self-employment income or net business income (within the meaning of the Taxation Act ) .............................................. $
.00
Employment insurance benefits within the meaning of the Employment Insurance Act (e.g. maternity benefits, sickness benefits)
from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) ........................................................................................... $
.00
Benefits received under the Québec Parental Insurance Plan .................................................................................................. $
.00
Benefits from Emploi-Québec related to your participation in a manpower training measure or from the Ministère de l'Immigration
et des Communautés culturelles for the Programme d'aide financière pour l'intégration linguistique des immigrants (PAFILI) $
.00
Income replacement benefits from the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST) ...................................... $
.00
Income replacement benefits from the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ)................................................ $
.00
Income replacement benefits received for crime victims or for persons who have performed an act of good citizenship ...... $
.00
Retirement or disability pension benefits received under the Québec Pension Plan (QPP) or the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) ...... $
.00
Benefits received under a private or public retirement plan ...................................................................................................... $
.00
B. Other income (January 1 to December 31, 2012)
Amounts you have received or will receive as an orphan’s pension (QPP/CPP), pension for a disabled person’s child
(QPP/CPP), surviving spouse’s pension (QPP/CPP), death benefits in the form of pensions (through the application of
a law) and pensions paid to the child of a crime victim (CSST) ..........................................................................................
................................................ $
If you have no income
to report, enter “0” (zero).
.00
Alimony and child support payments (Do not declare the amounts specified on page 13 of the Guide.) ................................. $
.00
Investment income (interest, dividends, capital gains) and income from a succession (do not report the principal), trust or gift $
.00
Allowances from the Solicitor General of Canada or the Minister of Public Security and allowances from Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada or a band council ........................................................................................................................ $
.00
Scholarships or bursaries, except those received under the Loans and Bursaries Program or the Explore Program
and the Allowance received for Special Needs Program.(See Guide, page 12 and 13.) .......................................................... $
.00
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Financial Resources in 2012
1001 (8 of 8)
(cont.)
C. Employment held prior to start of full-time studies
You must fill out this subsection if you are single and have no dependent children.
The information provided in this subsection will enable us to determine if you are entitled to a contribution reduction with regard to the job(s)
you held during the 4-month period preceding the start of your full-time studies in 2012-2013.
During that 4-month period, were you, are you or will you be employed or self-employed while living
somewhere other than with your parents or sponsor? ..............................................................................................................................
Yes
No
If you answered YES to the previous question, indicate the name of your employer (or of one of your employers) and the address of your workplace.
Name of employer
Workplace address
No.
Direction
Street
(North, South, East, West)
Municipality
Province
Municipality (cont.)
Postal code
Country
7 Allowance for Training Support Materials
(See Guide, page 13.)
If you are eligible for the Loans and Bursaries Program, you may be entitled to a supplementary loan in the amount of $150 per period of studies
for which assistance has been granted to you during the 2012-2013 award year.
Please note that once you request this allowance, payment cannot be cancelled. If you are not sure whether you need this additional assistance,
you can wait and submit the Declaration of Change form.
I hereby request the Allowance for Training Support Materials .........................................................
8 Signature
Yes
No
(See Guide, page 13.)
I hereby certify that the information I have provided is accurate and complete.
Date
Y
M
D
Signature of student X
Reserved for Aide financière aux études
Your Application for Financial Assistance
»»»»
Under certain circumstances, you could qualify for the Loans and
Bursaries Program even though you are studying part-time. To
find out if you may be deemed a full-time student, consult page 7
of the Guide.
What You Need to Know
Before You Begin
Eligibility requirements
You qualify for the Loans and Bursaries Program provided you
meet the following requirements:
•You are a Canadian citizen, or a permanent resident, refugee
or protected person within the meaning of the Immigration
and Refugee Protection Act.
•You are residing in Québec or are deemed to be residing in
Québec at the time of your application, in accordance with the
situations in the Criteria for Québec resident status section on
page 5 of the Guide.
•You have been admitted to an educational institution reco­
gnized by the Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport
for the purposes of awarding financial assistance and
– you are pursuing full-time studies in a recognized program.
or
–you are deemed to be pursuing full-time studies in a
recog­nized program.
How to proceed
To find out if you qualify for financial assistance and the
amount to which you may be entitled, you must proceed as
follows:
1.Fill out all sections of the 2012-2013 Application for
Financial Assistance and Schedule A, if applicable. For
help in doing so, consult pages 4 to 13 of the Guide.
2.Make sure you provide all the required documents indi­
cated by the circled numbers on the forms. These numbers
refer to specific documents listed on pages 14 to 20 of the
Guide.
3.Have your father, mother, sponsor or spouse fill out the
appropriate declaration form(s). Pages 21 to 22 of the
Guide are intended for your parents or sponsor. Pages 23
and 24 concern your spouse.
4. Gather all the documents you need to send:
•Signed forms
•Schedule A, if applicable
•Supporting documents (Your permanent code must
appear on each document.)
•You have not exceeded the maximum number of months of
study for which financial assistance may be granted for your
level of education, type of degree or program.
Important!
•You have not reached the debt limit established for your level
of education, type of degree or program.
We do not accept documents or information
submitted by fax or e-mail.
•You do not have sufficient financial resources to pursue your
studies.
Note that people who are serving a prison sentence are not
eligible for the Loans and Bursaries Program.
You have up to 60 days following the end of your last
month of recognized studies of the award year in question
to submit your application for financial assistance.
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Changes occurring during the year
Personal information is confidential
You must notify Aide financière aux etudes without delay of
any changes to the information you provided in your appli­
cation. You can change your mailing address in the section
Your information of your on-line student file. To access your
file, go to our Web site and click on On-Line Access to Your
File. To report any other changes, you must fill out a Declaration of Change form, which is also available in your on-line
student file under Full-time forms. You can also obtain the
form from the financial assistance office of your educational
institution.
The Act respecting access to documents held by public
bodies and the protection of personal information requires
public bodies to collect only the personal information they
need to perform their duties or administer the programs under
their jurisdiction.
Such information and the relevant supporting documents
are essential for the administration of the Act respecting
financial assistance for education expenses and the related
Regulation. The information received will only be used for the
purposes of awarding student financial assistance and, when
necessary, for recovering financial assistance overpayments
or government-guaranteed loans, in cases where recipients
fail to honour their repayment terms and conditions.
Who has access to your personal information?
Only the authorized Aide financière aux études staff and the
personnel responsible for financial assistance at educational
institutions may have access to the information in such files.
Want to know more?
For more information:
•Visit our Web site at www.afe.gouv.qc.ca
•Refer to the document Student Financial Assistance
•Consult the personnel of the financial assistance
office of your educational institution
2
Which organizations are called upon to verify
personal information?
In its efforts to verify the accuracy of the information provided or to recover outstanding amounts, in accordance with
the Act, Aide financière aux études may contact the following
bodies:
•The Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport: to
verify information concerning students’ school records
•The Ministère de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale: to
identify persons who benefit under the Social Assistance
Program or the Social Solidarity Program and grant them
extensions for the repayment of a bursary overpayment or a
loan granted under the Loans and Bursaries Program
•Revenu Québec: to verify information provided, such as
a person’s address, civil status, employers, incomes, or to
recover from income tax refunds any amount owed by students who have not honoured their repayment agreement
•A credit-reporting agency: to trace the place of residence
of certain persons who cannot be located and check certain
items of information
•Educational institutions: in order to confirm educational
information
•Financial institutions: to update the files of persons who
have benefited under a program offered by Aide financière
aux études and ensure a follow-up on their loan balance
•Régie de l’assurance maladie: to determine the place of
residence of persons who cannot be located
•Debt collection agencies outside Québec: to obtain debt
repayment from a debtor or conclude a debt repayment
agreement
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Your Form
»»»»
Section 1: Student’s Personal
Information
A and B. Identification and citizenship
Last name and first name at birth as given on your
birth certificate
If this is your first application for financial
assistance and you are a Canadian citizen by birth
If you were born in Québec and you have a permanent code,
you are not required to provide your birth certificate.
If you were born in Québec or another Canadian province but
do not have a permanent code, you must provide an original
birth certificate (or a copy that is certified true by a commissioner for oaths). It must give the last and first names of your
father and mother. An original copy of an act of birth issued
by the Directeur de l’état civil is preferable, since it contains
all the required information.
Certificates issued before January 1, 1994, by an authority
other than Directeur de l’état civil have legal standing and will
also be accepted.
If you are not Canadian by birth
If you are a naturalized Canadian citizen, you must provide the
documents listed in item 2 of the table on page 15.
Important!
Some educational institutions assign each student a
num­ber they call a permanent code or student number.
This code or number should not be confused with the
permanent code assigned by the Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport.
If you don’t have a permanent code
If you were born in Canada, Aide financière aux études will have
a permanent code assigned to you if you send an original birth
certificate (or a copy that is certified true by a commissioner
for oaths) that indicates the last and first names of your father
and mother, as specified in the left-hand column of this page.
If you were not born in Canada, Aide financière aux études
can have a permanent code assigned to you if you send, in
addition to the documents specified in the left-hand column of
this page, a legible document, such as your birth certificate,
indi­cating your place of birth (city and country) and the last
and first names of both your parents, even if they are decea­
sed. Only original documents or copies certified as true before
a commissioner of oaths will be accepted.
Social Insurance Number
If you don’t have a Social Insurance Number
If you are a permanent resident, you must provide the documents listed in item 3 of the table on page 15.
Go to the Service Canada Centre in your area to apply for a
Social Insurance Number (SIN). You will receive your number
the same day and your card in the days that follow.
If you are a refugee or a protected person, you must provide
the documents listed in item 4 of the table on page 15. If you
do not have a permanent code, copies of those documents
must be certified true by a commissioner for oaths.
To find out which documents are required to apply for an
SIN, see the related section on Service Canada‘s Web site
(www.servicecanada.gc.ca) or dial 1-800-808-6352 and
select option 3.
Permanent code assigned by the
Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport
If you apply by mail, you will receive your SIN within 3 to 4 weeks.
In that case, don’t wait to receive your SIN before applying.
You can inform us of your SIN as soon as you receive it.
Example of a permanent code: TREP11596701
C. Mailing address
(The permanent code has four letters, followed by eight
numbers.)
Full address and telephone number
Your permanent code appears on your secondary school or
college transcript and on all correspondence sent by Aide
financière aux études. You must write it on all documents that
you send to Aide financière aux études. If you fail to do so or
if you provide an incorrect code, your file will not be complete.
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Remember to enter your postal code and telephone number.
If you change mailing address over the course of the year,
you must quickly inform Aide financière aux études. You can
change your mailing address in the section Your information
of your on-line student file. To access your file, go to our Web
site and click on On-Line Access to Your File.
Other contact information
Please follow the instructions in the Updating Your Information section of the Aide financière aux études Web site to
make changes to your other contact information.
Section 2: Residence in Québec
A. Criteria for Québec resident status
Even if you answer NO to the first 3 questions of this section,
Aide financière aux études may still consider you a Québec
resident. Read criteria 4 to 10 in the following table. If your
situation meets one of these criteria, enter the number corresponding to that criterion under question 4 of the form. If you
answered 10, remember to indicate the criterion that applies
to your spouse.
Criteria for Québec resident status
1.You were born in Québec.
2.One of your parents or your sponsor resides in
Québec.
3.You hold a Certificat de sélection du Québec
(Québec selection certificate).
4.Both your parents (or your sponsor) are deceased
and one of them resided in Québec at the time of his or her death.
5.You still have your residence in Québec, although
your parents (or your sponsor) now live elsewhere.
6. Québec is the last place where you resided for 12 consecutive months without pursuing full-time studies.
7.You were adopted by a person who resided in Québec at the time of your adoption.
8.You have been residing in Québec for at least three
months and have not resided in another Canadian
province for more than three months.
9.You have been in one of the following situations for
three consecutive years within the last five years: 2,
5, 6 or 8.
B. Studying outside Québec
You must complete subsection B if you are or were pursuing
studies outside Québec, but were not enrolled in a Québec
institution.*
See the table below for the applicable criterion and enter the
number in the space provided on the form.
Studying outside Québec
11.You are studying outside Québec, you live in Québec
and you are in one of the ten situations described in
the preceding table. In addition, you travel morning
and evening to and from your educational institution.
12.You are studying and living outside Québec, and your
parents (or your sponsor) reside in Québec. Before
your departure, you were in one of the situations listed in the preceding table.
13.You are studying and living outside Québec. Your par­
ents (or your sponsor) no longer reside in Québec,
but left the province less than five years ago and
resided in Québec before their departure. Before
your departure, you were in one of the situations listed in the preceding table.
14.You are studying and living outside Québec. You have
not interrupted your full-time studies for more than 12
consecutive months since the date of your departure,
before which you were in one of the situations listed
in the preceding table.
15.You are studying and living outside Québec. Your
spouse has not worked outside Québec for more
than 12 consecutive months since the date of your
departure, before which you were in one of the situations listed in the preceding table.
Prior to leaving to study outside Québec, you can sign a
power of attorney that will empower a member of your family
or a friend to remit your Guarantee Certificate to your financial
institution. You will also need to notify Aide financière aux études in writing, providing the name and address of your legal
representative.
10.One of the previously listed criteria (1 to 9) applies to
your spouse.
* If you are pursuing studies outside Québec under an exchange program administered by a Québec institution, you are not required to fill out this section.
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Sections 3A and 3B:
Educational Information
General information regarding
sections 3A and 3B
Which section should you fill out?
Reduction of the student contribution with regard
to part-time studies
You must fill out section 3A if you are in one of the following
situations:
•You are pursuing studies in a regular path college or university
program, e.g. your school year is divided into three terms—
called study periods in the Guide and the forms—starting
and ending on fixed dates.
•You are enrolled in a Télé-Université or Cé[email protected]
program.
You may be entitled to a contribution reduction if you pursued
part-time studies during the 4-month period preceding the
start of your full-time studies in 2012-2013.
If you pursued part-time studies in more than one educational
institution or program, you must attach a separate sheet of
paper to your form with the name and code of each edu­
cational institution and the number of course hours (college)
or credits (university) in which you were enrolled.
•You are pursuing studies in a college continuing education
program leading to an Attestation of College Studies (ACS).
Note that if you are pursuing part-time studies, you could
be deemed to be pursuing full-time studies and thus qualify
under the Loans and Bursaries Program. To find out if you qualify, read the following criteria on full-time studies and studies
deemed full-time.
•You are pursuing studies in an intensive or accelerated program leading to a Diploma of College Studies (DCS).
Full-time studies and studies deemed full-time
•You are pursuing studies in a secondary school vocational
training program leading to a Diploma of Vocational Studies
(DVS) or an Attestation of Vocational Specialization (AVS).
To qualify for the Loans and Bursaries Program, you must be
a full-time student or be deemed a full-time student. You must
therefore be in one of the following situations.
You must fill out section 3B if you are in one of the following
situations:
You are a full-time student if
•the educational institution you are attending in Québec con­
siders you as such. If you have any questions regarding this
matter, consult the personnel of the financial assistance
office of your educational institution.
•the educational institution you are attending outside Québec
considers you as such. To find out which documents you
need to provide in that situation, contact us or go to our
Web site and click on During Your Studies, then on Studies
Outside Québec.
Are you having trouble determining which section
you need to fill out?
Consult the personnel of the financial assistance
office of your educa­tional institution or Aide
financière aux études.
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You are deemed a full-time student if you are studying parttime, you are enrolled in at least 20 course hours per month
and you meet one of the following four criteria:
•You are a single parent and
– you are living with your child who is under age 12 as of
September 30, 2012
or
– you are living with your child who is under age 21 as of
September 30, 2012, and your child is a student with a
major functional disability or mental disorder.*
•You have a spouse and
–you are living with your child who is under age 6 as of
September 30, 2012
or
– you are living with your child who is under age 21 as of
September 30, 2012, and your child is a student with a
major functional disability or mental disorder.*
•You are at least 20 weeks pregnant.
•You have a major functional disability.
•You are participating in the Réussir program of the Ministère
de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale
If you and your spouse are students, only one of you can be
deemed to be a full-time student during the award year in
question.
Name and code of educational institution and
program
The names and codes of educational institutions and programs are listed on pages 29 to 42 of the Guide.
Year of the program
If you are enrolled in one of the following programs, please
specify which year of the program you reached or will reach in
2012-2013. If in doubt, contact the financial assistance office
of your educational institution.
10600
53000
51500
14010
56000
50000
51000
52000
52000
55000
54000
57004
50010
59000
Visual Arts (University of Ottawa)
Audiologie et orthophonie (Université de Montréal)
Chiropratique (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières)
Common Law (University of Ottawa)
Dentistry (McGill University, Université Laval and
Université de Montréal)
Ergothérapie (Université de Montréal)
Medecine (McGill University, University of Ottawa, Université
Laval, Université de Montréal and Université de Sherbrooke)
Médecine vétérinaire
(Faculté de médecine vétérinaire de l’Université de Montréal)
Nutrition (Université de Montréal)
Optométrie (Université de Montréal)
Pharmacie (Université de Montréal)
Photographie (Cégep de Matane)
Physiothérapie (Université de Montréal)
Pratique sage-femme (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières)
351A0
280A0
310C0
310A0
Techniques d’éducation spécialisée (Collège Ellis)
Techniques de pilotage d’aéronefs
(Centre québécois de formation aéronautique)
Techniques juridiques (nouvelle version)
(Collège Ellis)
Techniques policières (Collège Ellis)
Full-time practicum
Regular path college or university program
Aide financière aux études defines a practicum as a period of
practical training in the workplace. You must indicate that you
are doing a full-time practicum if you meet one of the following
criteria:
•The practicum is compulsory and its duration corresponds
to a study period (e.g. the fall of 2012, the winter of 2012,
the summer of 2012). Generally, it lasts between 12 and
16 weeks. In addition, it is declared a full-time practicum by
your educational institution and provides credits.
or
•If you are pursuing college studies, the practicum is part of
a work-study program (WSP).
or
• If you are pursuing university studies, the practicum is part
of a cooperative program.
If you are enrolled in a regular path program and your practicum meets none of the previously listed requirements, check
the Full-time studies box.
Secondary school vocational training program or
college continuing education program
You may do a practicum as part of your secondary school
vocational training program or your college continuing
education program. If the practicum is compulsory and pro­
vides credits, be sure to include the duration of your practicum within that of your program.
For more information, consult the personnel of the financial
assistance office of your educational institution.
Important!
If you are doing a compulsory practicum during a study
period and you cannot live at your place of residence
during that period, you must indicate that you are pursuing
full-time studies instead of a full-time practicum. You must
then send Aide financière aux études a Student Practicums
form, which is available on our Web site. Aide financière
aux études will recognize your practicum expenses.
* To inform us that you are the parent of a child with a major functional disability or mental disorder, you must send us the Declaration of Change form and one of
the following documents:
• Medical Certificate—Major Functional Disabilities and Other Recognized Disabilities form (if your child suffers from a major functional disability)
•Certificate from a physician describing your child’s illness (if he or she suffers from a mental disorder)
These forms are available on the Web site of Aide financière aux études.
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Details Concerning Section 3A
Educational Information – Regular Path
College or University Program
University education – Master’s level
Details Concerning Section 3B
Educational Information – Secondary
School Vocational Training Program or
College Continuing Education Program
Program with or without thesis
Start date and end date of your program
A thesis is a comprehensive written paper on a given problem.
Its author must demonstrate that he or she can make a contribution to a specific field of study.
Enter the start date and end date of your program, making
sure to specify the year.
If you must write a thesis at the end of your master’s degree
program, check one of the boxes under Program with thesis.
For example, if your program begins on August 13, 2012, and
ends on October 5, 2013, you must specify those dates, even
if they are not in the same award year.
If, on the other hand, you must submit essays or complete
directed studies, check one of the boxes under Program
without thesis.
Depending on your circumstances, you must file one or two
applications for financial assistance:
University education – Master’s and doctorate levels
Writing or deposit of thesis or dissertation
Check the Deposit of thesis or Deposit of dissertation box if
you meet the following conditions:
•You finished writing your thesis or dissertation during the
previous study period.
•You will be depositing your thesis or dissertation during the
study period in question. This is the only step left for you to
complete your program.
•You have to enroll for the study period in question in order
to be able to deposit your thesis or dissertation and you
will be considered a full-time student by your educational
institution.
•You will have to pay tuition fees or administrative fees to enroll.
•If your program ends before November 1, 2012, you must
fill out only one application for financial assistance for 20112012. Your financial needs for the months of September and
October 2012 will be taken into account.
• If your program starts before June 16, 2012 and ends
after october 31, 2012, you must fill out one application
for financial assistance for 2012-2013 and another one for
2011-2012 to ensure that your financial needs for the summer of 2012 (i.e. from May 1 to August 31, 2012) are taken
into account.
•If your program starts after June 16, 2012 and ends after
october 31, 2012, you must fill out only one application for
financial assistance for 2012-2013. Your financial needs for
the summer of 2012 (i.e. from May 1 to August 31, 2012) will
be taken into account.
•If your program ends before November 1, 2013, you must
fill out only one application for financial assistance for
2012-2013. Your financial needs for the fall of 2013 (i.e.
from September 1 to December 31, 2013) will be taken into
account.
•If your program ends after October 31, 2013, you must fill
out one application for financial assistance for 2012-2013
and another one for 2013-2014 to ensure that your financial needs for the fall of 2013 (i.e. from September 1 to
December 31, 2013) are taken into account.
If you change educational institution or program in 20122013, check with a staff member at your financial assistance
office or call Aide financière aux etudes.
Allowance for Training Support Materials
If you are eligible for the Loans and Bursaries Program, you may be entitled to a supplementary loan in the amount of $150
per period of studies for which assistance has been granted to you during the award year. To receive this allowance, fill out
Section 7 of this form. For more information, see the Allowance for Training Support section on our Web site.
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Section 4: Student’s Situation
B. Major functional disability
The information you provide in this section will enable us to deter­
mine which of the following student categories you fall into:
If you suffer from a major functional disability, you could
ben­efit from special measures under the Loans and Bursaries
Program.
•Student with a parental or sponsor contribution
•Student without a parental or sponsor contribution
•Student with a spousal contribution
Aide financière aux études considers you a self-supporting
student if you fall into one of the last two categories.
A. Marital status
The following are recognized permanent functional disabilities
that persistently limit a person’s prospects for study: severe
hearing impairment, severe visual impairment, motor impairment and organic impairment. The last two disabilities are
recognized when they result in significant and persistent limitations. The disabilities recognized are defined in the Medical
Certificate–Major Functional Disabilities and Other Recognized
Disabilities form, which must be completed by your doctor
and attached to your application for financial assistance.
De facto spouse
You may be considered a de facto spouse in accordance
with one or more statutes. The answers you provide in this
subsection and elsewhere in the form will enable us to
determine if you are a de facto spouse according to Aide
financière aux études’s criteria.
If you are cohabiting with a person without being married or
in a civil union, and if you were never married or in a civil
union, you must indicate that you are single.
If you are cohabiting without being married or in a civil union,
but were previously married or in a civil union with another
person from whom you are now separated, you must indicate
that you are either divorced, legally separated or de facto separated, as the case may be. If the person to whom you were
married or with whom you were in a civil union is deceased,
you must indicate that you are widowed.
While the Civil Code of Québec does not grant de facto
spouses legal standing, certain Québec statutes (e.g. the
Taxation Act and the Act respecting financial assistance
for education expenses) do recognize de facto spouses.
However the criteria for recognition of de facto unions
vary from one Act to another.
Are you recognized as having a major functional disability,
and need special equipment, special services or paratransit
services in order to pursue your studies?
You may qualify for the Allowance for Special Needs
Program.
C. Self-supporting student
(based on family situation)
Biological or adoptive parent
A biological parent is a person who has a child of his or her
own (whether the child is alive or deceased). An adoptive par­
ent is a person who has legally adopted a child (whether the
child is alive or deceased).
Single parent
A single parent is a person who does not have a spouse and
who has custody of at least one dependent child (his or her
own) living with him or her. A person cannot be a single parent
if he or she is not a biological or adoptive parent.
De facto spouse with one or more dependent children
Civil union spouse
The civil union is a commitment by two persons who consent
to live together. The civil union is contracted openly before a
competent celebrant, as is marriage, and is witnessed through a civil union act.
Aide financière aux études defines a de facto spouse as a
person who is living in a de facto union with a partner (of the
opposite sex or the same sex) without being married or in a
civil union and who is living with at least one child (either the
person’s or the partner’s child).
Legally or de facto separated
De facto separated persons are still married or in a civil
union, but they are separated from their spouses, without hav­
ing obtained a court judgment granting them legal separation.
As for legally separated persons, they were once married
or in a civil union but have since obtained a court judgment
granting them legal separation.
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D. Self-supporting student
based on studies
Undergraduate degree earned in Québec
If you obtained an undergraduate degree in Québec, you must
provide the appropriate supporting document (see situation
20, page 18). You must have earned a bachelor’s degree, not
a 1-year certificate or a 2-year diploma.
Undergraduate degree earned outside Québec
If you obtained an undergraduate degree outside Québec, you
must provide the appropriate supporting document (see situation 21, page 18). If you obtained your degree outside Canada,
you must provide a copy of the Évaluation comparative des
études effectuées hors du Québec (comparative evaluation
for studies done outside Québec), issued by the Ministère de
l’Immigration et des Communautés culturelles.
Diploma from a Québec music or drama conservatory
If you obtained a diploma from a Québec music or drama
conservatory, you must provide the appropriate supporting
document (see situation 22, page 18). You must hold a Level
I graduate diploma in music (Diplôme d’études supérieures I
en musique) or an attestation issued upon completion of three
years of training, not a certificate of secondary school or college studies.
90 credits in a single university program in Québec
You have earned 90 credits in a single university program in
Québec if you meet the following two requirements:
•Minimum of three years of full-time university studies (at
least one period of full-time studies is required to establish a
year of full-time studies)
Are you recognized by Aide financière aux études
as having a major functio­nal disability and have you
been pursuing university studies in or outside Québec?
You need to have earned 45 credits (instead of 90 credits)
to be recognized as self-supporting, based on your studies. If that is the case and you meet the criteria above,
check box 5 or 6 in section D of the form.
E. Self-supporting student based on
time spent in the labour market
Independent for 24 months
If you supported yourself for an accumulated total of 24
months without studying full-time, you could be recognized
as a self-supporting student on the basis of the time you
spent on the labour market.
You are considered independent in the following situations:
Situation 1
While living with your parents, sponsor or elsewhere:
•You held a paid job
or
•You received employment insurance benefits (including
maternity and sickness benefits)
or
•You received income replacement benefits from the
Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST),
the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ)
or another organization
Situation 2
•Minimum of 90 credits obtained in a single program of study
(credits from another program are considered only if they
were formally transferred into the program comprising the
90 credits)
While not living with your parents, you supported yourself in
a manner that is not mentioned above. For more information
on situations in which you could be considered independent,
consult the personnel of the financial assistance office of your
educational institution.
90 credits in a single university program outside
Québec
Examples
You have earned 90 credits in a single university program if you
meet one of the following requirements:
Situation 1
•You hold a Diploma of College Studies (DCS) and have studied
at the university level outside Québec in a single university
program for at least three years.
•You have not obtained a Diploma of College Studies (DCS)
and have studied at the university level outside Québec in a
single university program for at least four years.
Important!
A year is counted for each school year during which you
pursued full-time studies at the university level, whether
for one, two or three study periods (fall, winter, summer).
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You held a paid job for nine months, received employment
insurance benefits for six months and then held another
paid job for six months. Subsequently, you received income
replacement benefits from the CSST for three months. At no
time during this entire period were you a full-time student.
Situation 2
You received social assistance or social solidarity benefits for
24 months while not living with your parents. In this case, you
will be required to provide a copy of your lease(s) covering this
24-month period.
Situations 1 and 2 combined
Deteriorated family situation
You received social assistance or social solidarity benefits for
eight months, then pursued full-time university studies. After
one session, you withdrew from your studies and held a paid
job for at least 16 months.
Check the box corresponding to this situation if your family
situation has deteriorated so much that you had to leave
home. If this is the case, you must provide either or both of the
2012-2013 Declaration of Father or Sponsor or the 2012-2013
Declaration of Mother or Sponsor forms.
You must provide the required documents related to your
situation in item 25 on page 19.
Cessation of studies for seven years
If you have ceased full-time studies for at least seven years,
whether consecutive or not, you must provide your transcripts,
as specified in situation 26 on page 19. Such periods of cessation of study can only be considered as of the date on which
you were no longer legally required to attend school (in Québec,
the legal requirement to attend school applies until age 16).
If you had to cease communication with one of your parents
because of a serious problem (such as alcoholism, incest,
violence or a disagreement), you must provide the form of
the parent with whom you last resided and still communicate
(i.e. the 2012-2013 Declaration of Father or Sponsor form or the
2012-2013 Declaration of Mother or Sponsor form).
If in doubt as to which form(s) you need to provide, please
consult the personnel of the financial assistance office of your
educational institution.
F. Exceptional family situation
G. Student with a parental contribution
If none of the statements in subsections C, D and E apply
to you, and if your situation with respect to your parents,
sponsor or spouse is exceptional, we could take this into account when processing your application. In certain cases, the
parental, sponsor’s or spousal contribution will not be
required. To confirm such circumstances, you must include
the Declaration of Exceptional Family Situation form, duly
completed by an authorized person, with your application for
financial assistance.
If you need to fill out this subsection, make sure that your
father or your mother, or both (i.e. depending on your situation), send Aide financière aux études their declaration form.
Parents or sponsor living in a special care home
Check the box corresponding to this situation if both your
father and your mother are living in a special care home or if
your sponsor is living in a special care home.
If your parents are in a special care home, you must send a
2012-2013 Declaration of Father or Sponsor form and a 20122013 Declaration of Mother or Sponsor form. If only one of
your parents is living in a special care home, you must fill out
subsection G instead.
Permanent resident, naturalized Canadian citizen,
refugee or protected person
If you have a sponsor and both your parents reside outside
Canada at the beginning of the award year, you must have
the 2012-2013 Declaration of Father or Sponsor form or the
2012-2013 Declaration of Mother or Sponsor form filled out by
your sponsor. If you do not have a sponsor, check the appropriate box in subsection F.
Important!
The financial assistance to which you may be entitled will
not be assessed until Aide financière aux études has
received the requested declaration form(s).
If your sponsor is in a special care home, you must send a
2012-2013 Declaration of Father or Sponsor form in the case
of a man or a 2012-2013 Declaration of Mother or Sponsor
form in the case of a woman.
Parents or sponsor cannot be located
Check the box corresponding to this situation if both your
father and your mother cannot be located. If only one of them
cannot be located, you must fill out subsection G instead.
Living in a halfway house in 2012-2013
People who are serving a prison sentence are not eligible for
the Loans and Bursaries Program. Only those who are living
or who will be living in a halfway house in 2012-2013 can file
an application for financial assistance.
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Section 5: Other Financial
Support Programs
Emploi-Québec manpower training measure
You are not eligible for the Loans and Bursaries Program if
you are participating in a manpower training measure offered
by Emploi-Québec and if you are attending an educational
institution under the authority of a school board or a public
college.
You may, however, qualify for financial assistance under the
Loans and Bursaries Program if you are participating in an
Emploi-Québec manpower training measure and you are in
one of the following situations:
•You are enrolled in a program offered at a private secondary
school or college.
•You are enrolled in a program offered at a university.
•You are enrolled in a self-financed program offered at a
CEGEP.
Please note that your educational expenses will be the only
expenses recognized. Moreover, if your educational expenses
are paid in full by Emploi-Québec, you will not be awarded any
financial assistance.
Income replacement benefits related to a job you
have held are paid by the following organizations:
• Régie des rentes du Québec
• Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec
• Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail
(act of good citizenship, occupational injury,
occupational illness, crime victim)
• Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
(HRSDC)
• Service Canada (benefits from the Canada Pension
Plan)
Gross employment income
Specify the gross income from full-time or part-time employment, including severance pay, tips and income received during
training.
Income replacement benefits
Specify income replacement benefits paid in accordance with
the Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases
or any similar provincial or federal law, the Automobile Insurance Act or the Crime Victim’s Compensation Act.
Section 6: Financial Resources
Income related to an election
A. Employment income and income
considered employment income
Income earned during an election that is subject to government
legislation (school board, municipal, provincial or federal) is
not considered in assessing financial assistance, but must be
reported.
You must report the income you have received or expect to
receive between January 1 and December 31, 2012.
If you cannot provide the exact amount, give as accurate an
estimate as possible. On several occasions during the school
year, you will have the opportunity to confirm or update the
income you reported.
It pays to declare your income!
Under the Act respecting financial assistance for
education expenses, you must inform us of any change
in your circumstances over the course of the year that
could influ­ence the amount of assistance awarded to you.
Keeping your file up to date with accurate infor­mation
could help you avoid a major inconvenience, such as the
suspension of scheduled installments, the obligation to
immediately repay a financial assistance overpayment
or the loss of eligibility under the Loans and Bursaries
Program and the Loans Program for Part-Time Studies
for at least two years.
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This includes income earned as an election official or a candidate representative (provided you were appointed by proxy),
and is the total of income earned on advance polling day, polling day and while participating in related training sessions.
Employment insurance benefits
Employment insurance benefits are paid by Human Resources
and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). Until 1997, these
benefits were known as unemployment insurance benefits.
Important!
At the end of the school year, the income you report
is systematically checked against the information held
on file by Revenu Québec. Under paragraph (o) of section 69.1 of the Act respecting the Ministère du Revenu,
Aide financière aux études does not need the person’s
consent in order to run such checks.
B. Other income
Orphan’s pension, pension for a disabled person’s
child, surviving spouse’s pension, death benefits
in the form of pensions and pensions paid to the
child of a crime victim
Indicate only the amount that you have received or will
receive starting at age 18 since, with few exceptions, the
amount awarded to you prior to age 18 is generally paid
directly to the person who has responsibility for you. You are
therefore not required to report it.
Alimony and child support payments
You must enter the total alimony and child support payments
you will receive for yourself and, if applicable, your children.
You must report the actual amount you will receive, taxable or
not, even if it is not the same as the amount indicated in the court
judgment. Do not report child support payments received
by either of your parents to provide for your needs.
• Benefits from a strike fund
•Income from rental units
•Lottery winnings
C. Employment prior to start of
full-time studies
If you were employed by more than one employer or selfemployed with more than one client while living elsewhere
than with your parents, indicate the name of one employer or
client only and your workplace address.
Section 7: Allowance for Training
Support Materials
Scholarships or bursaries
If you are eligible for the Loans and Bursaries Program, you
may be entitled to a supplementary loan in the amount of $150
per period of studies for which assistance has been granted
to you during the award year in question.
You must enter the total amount of any scholarships or bur­
saries you will receive in 2012 from an association, foundation, firm or government agency, even if they total less than
$5000.
Please note that once you request this allowance, payment
cannot be cancelled and will be made for all periods of studies for which assistance has been granted to you during the
award year.
You must exclude bursaries received under the Loans
and Bursaries Program, the Allowance for Special Needs
Program and the Explore Program.
If you are not sure whether you need this additional assistance, you can wait and, at a later date, submit the Declaration
of Change form, which you can find in the Full-time forms tab.
You must however report bursaries awarded by Aide financière aux études to elected executive officers of provincial
student associations.
Section 8: Signature
Do not report the following income:
•Amounts paid by the Régie des rentes du Québec
(RRQ) as part of its child assistance measure (provincial family allowances)
•Canada Child Tax Benefit
•Universal Child Care Benefit
Your application for financial assistance will be processed
only if it is signed. If you do not sign your application form, it
will be returned to you by mail and the processing of your file
will be delayed.
The amount of financial assistance awarded to you may be
claimed if you make any false statements. Furthermore, if you
fail to comply with an audit request within the specified time,
your financial assistance for the current year may be cancelled and further assistance denied.
•Social assistance or social solidarity benefits
•Amounts paid under a registered education savings
plan (RESP)
•Amounts received from the Société de l’assurance
automobile du Québec (SAAQ) or the Commission de
la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST) as compensation, for example, for the loss of a limb or to
reimburse certain expenses (physiotherapy, orthopedic devices, etc.)
•Withdrawals from a pension plan (RRSP, RRSF, RREGOP, etc.)
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Required Documents
(Student)
The following table shows the various situations for which
documents must be attached to your application for financial
assistance form. The documents required for each situation
are clearly identified, and column three provides any important additional details.
If this applies to you, you will need to submit the originals of
your application for financial assistance, as well as Appendix
A and any other required Aide financière aux études forms.
Photocopies are generally acceptable in the case of other
required documents that are not provided or produced by
Aide financière aux études.
Also, please note that you do not need to resubmit an already
submitted document if the information in it is still accurate.
Certified copies and sworn
statements
The following persons are authorized to certify copies as true copies or administer oaths:
lawyers, notaries, justices of the peace,
mayors, municipal clerks and commissioners
of oaths. Educational and financial institutions usually appoint members of their staff
to act as commissioners of oaths.
Important!
Documents that do not meet stipulated requi­
rements will not be accepted. If you need
help, contact the financial assistance office
at your educational institution.
All forms mentioned in the “Required Docu­
ments” column are produced by Aide
financière aux études and are available
from your educational institution’s financial assistance office or on our Web site
(www.afe.gouv.qc.ca).
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1
Situation
You are a Canadian citizen by
birth.
Required Documents
•Birth certificate, copy of act of birth or birth and baptismal certificate, if issued by a parish before 1994
Important Information
•If you were born in Québec and you have entered your
permanent code in section 1 of the form, you are not
required to provide a birth certificate.
•This document must contain the following information:
–Your mother’s first and last names
–Your father’s first and last names
–Your place of birth
•Neither a declaration of birth nor an attestation of birth are
accepted.
•If you do not have a permanent code, you must submit
a certified copy.
IN THE EVENT THAT
you were adopted and
your birth certificate gives
the names of your biological
parents only
IN THE EVENT THAT
you are Canadian but were
born abroad
•Adoption judgment
•This document must be ratified by the court.
•Commemoration of Canadian Citizenship certificate
issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
•You must submit a copy of both sides of the certificate, as
the information given in the DATE field is required.
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•Certificate of Registration of Birth Abroad issued by
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
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•If you do not have a permanent code, you must provide
a copy of both sides of your Canadian citizenship card, in
addition to the documents specified across. In addition,
any copy of these documents must be certified as a true
copy of the original.
2
Situation
You are a naturalized
Canadian citizen.
Required Documents
•Commemoration of Canadian Citizenship certificate
issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
AND
• Record of Landing (IMM 1000 – issued until 2002),
Confirmation of Permanent Residence (IMM 5292) or
a copy of both sides of your permanent resident card
issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
3
You are a permanent
resident.
•Record of Landing (IMM 1000 – issued until 2002),
Confirmation of Permanent Residence (IMM 5292) or
a copy of both sides of your permanent resident card
issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Important Information
•You must submit a copy of both sides of the certificate.
•The date on which you obtained permanent resident status
appears in box 45 of your IMM 1000 or IMM 5292 and your
immigrant category code appears in box 19 of the same
document.
•If you do not have a permanent code, you must provide
a copy of both sides of your Commemoration of Canadian
Citizenship certificate, a copy of both sides of your perma­nent
resident card and a legible document, such as your birth certificate, indicating your place of birth (city and country) and the last
and first names of your parents. In addition, any copy of these
documents must be certified as a true copy of the original.
• The date on which you obtained permanent resident status
appears in box 45 of your IMM 1000 or IMM 5292 and the
immigrant category code appears in box 19 of the same
document.
•If you do not have a permanent code, you must provide
a copy of both sides of your permanent resident card and
a legible document, such as your birth certificate, indicating
your place of birth (city and country) and the last and first
names of your parents. In addition, any copy of these documents must be certified as a true copy of the original.
4
You are a refugee or
protected person.
•Notice of decision issued by the Immigration and Refugee
Board or Pre-Removal Risk Assessment decision issued
by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
OR
•Protected Person Status Document issued by
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
5
One of your parents or
your sponsor resides
in Québec.
•Residence in Québec form
•If you do not have a permanent code, you must provide,
in addition to the documents specified across, a legible
document, such as your birth certificate, indicating your
place of birth (city and country) and the last and first names
of your parents. In addition, any copy of these documents
must be certified as a true copy of the original.
•If you received financial assistance under the Loans and
Bursaries Program in 2011-2012, this form is not required.
•The other criteria are described on page 5 of the Guide.
OR
One of residence criteria
4 to 10 applies to you.
•Contact your educational institution for details.
OR
You are studying outside
Québec.
6
You hold a Certificat de
sélection du Québec
(Québec selection certificate)
•Certificat de sélection du Québec issued by the Ministère de l’Immigration et des Communautés culturelles
•Contact your educational institution for details.
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•Record of Landing (IMM 1000 – issued until 2002)
bearing the abbreviation CSQ
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•Document from the Ministère de l’Immigration et des
Communautés culturelles certifying that you were
issued a Certificat de sélection du Québec
7
You are pursuing studies
outside Québec.
•Studying Outside Québec – Confirmation of Admission
for 2012-2013 form
8
You are a civil union spouse.
•Copy of act of civil union or civil union certificate issued
by the Directeur de l’état civil
• You must include this form, duly completed, with your appli­
cation for financial assistance, unless you are attending the
University of Ottawa, the Cité collégiale (Ottawa, Hawkesbury
or Cornwall), the Université de Moncton (or one of its cam­puses)
or the Ottawa training centre of the École du Barreau
du Québec.
AND
•2012-2013 Declaration of Spouse form
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9
Situation
You are married.
Required Documents
•Marriage certificate
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•Copy of act of marriage or certificate of civil status
AND
•2012-2013 Declaration of Spouse form
OR
•Declaration of Student Whose Parents or Spouse Does
Not Reside in Canada form
10 You are widowed.
•Official document confirming your spouse’s death (e.g.
a death certificate, an act of burial or cremation, a
burial permit)
AND
•Marriage certificate
11 You are de facto separated.
12 You are legally separated.
Important Information
•The date of your marriage must appear on the certificate.
Neither a marriage contract nor a declaration of marriage
will be accepted.
If your marriage is recorded on a birth and baptismal
certificate issued by a parish before 1994, your marriage
certificate is not required.
•You must submit this form if you are a permanent resident
or naturalized Canadian citizen and your spouse does not
reside in Canada. This is a sworn statement.
• The date of your spouse’s death must appear on the
document.
OR
•Copy of act of marriage
• The date of your marriage must appear on the certificate.
Neither a marriage contract nor a declaration of marriage
will be accepted.
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•Copy of act of civil union or civil union certificate issued
by the Directeur de l’état civil
If your marriage is recorded on a birth and baptismal certificate
issued by a parish before 1994, your marriage certificate is not
required.
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•Certificate of civil status
•You need not submit your marriage certificate if your name
is given as the spouse on the death certificate.
•Marriage certificate
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•Copy of act of marriage
• The date of your marriage must apear on the certificate.
Neither a marriage contract nor a declaration of marriage
will be accepted.
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•Copy of act of civil union or civil union certificate issued
by the Directeur de l’état civil
If your marriage is recorded on a birth and baptismal certificate issued by a parish before 1994, your marriage certificate
is not required.
AND
•Family Status Declaration form
•This is a sworn statement.
•Legal document confirming your separation
(e.g. a sepa­ration judgment or a judgment dissolving
a civil union)
•The separation or dissolution must be ratified by the
court.
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•Notarized joint declaration of dissolution of a civil union
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•Certificate of civil status confirming the dissolution
of a civil union
IN THE EVENT THAT
you have sole or shared
custody of your child(ren)
IN THE EVENT THAT
the custody arrangement for
your child(ren) is different
from the one established by
the court
13 You are divorced.
IN THE EVENT THAT
you have sole or shared
custody of your child(ren)
IN THE EVENT THAT
the custody arrangement
for your child(ren) is different
from the one established
by the court
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•Document ratified by the court stating the child custody
measures (e.g. a contractual agreement or the
accessory measures)
•The separation or dissolution judgment normally ratifies the
contractual agreement or accessory measures.
•Draft agreement
•This document must be signed by the lawyers of both
parties.
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•Family Status Declaration form
•This must be a sworn statement.
•Legal document confirming your divorce (e.g. a decree
of divorce)
•The divorce must be ratified by the court.
•Document ratified by the court stating the child custody
measures (e.g. a contractual agreement or the
accessory measures)
•The decree of divorce usually ratifies the contractual
agreement or accessory measures.
•Draft agreement
•This document must be signed by the lawyers of both
parties.
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•Family Status Declaration form
•This must be a sworn statement.
Situation
Required Documents
Important Information
14 You have a major
•Medical Certificate—Major Functional Disabilities and
Other Recognized Disabilities form
•The various types of recognized disabilities are described
in the form.
15 You are or were the
•Child’s birth certificate or copy of the act of birth,
or birth and baptismal certificate, if issued by a parish
before 1994
• This document must contain the following information:
–The mother’s first and last names
–The father’s first and last names
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•Notice confirming that the birth is recorded in the
register of civil status
•Neither a declaration of birth nor an attestation of birth
are accepted.
•Child’s adoption judgment
• This document must be ratified by the court.
•Copy of the death certificate
• Only the death certificate is required in such cases. Your
name must appear on the certificate.
•For each parent, an official document confirming his or
her death (e.g. a death certificate, an act of burial or
cremation, a burial permit)
•The date of death must appear on this document.
•Attestation of Pregnancy form
•You may not sign this form before the 20th week of your
pregnancy.
functional disability.
biological or adoptive
parent of a child.
IN THE EVENT THAT
you have adopted a child
and the birth certificate gives
the names of the biological
parents only
IN THE EVENT THAT
the child is deceased
16 You are single and both your
parents are deceased.
17 You are at least 20 weeks
pregnant.
OR
•Equivalent document
•If you wish to report the death of your sponsor, use the box
reserved for the mother or the father, depending on the
sponsor’s sex.
•A letter signed by the attending physician or midwife is
considered an equivalent document.
•You must subsequently submit the newborn’s birth
certificate.
18 You are a single parent and
you have at least one
dependent child who is living
with you.
IN THE EVENT THAT
you have adopted a child and
the birth certificate gives the
names of the biological
parents only
IN THE EVENT THAT
your child’s birth certificate
gives the names of both
parents (i.e. your own and the
other parent’s)
• 2012-2013 Schedule A—Student’s Dependent Children form
AND
• For each child, a birth certificate, copy of act of birth or
birth and baptismal certificate, if issued by a parish
before 1994
•This document must contain the following information:
–The mother’s first and last names
–The father’s first and last names
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•Notice confirming that the birth is recorded in the
register of civil status
•Neither a declaration of birth nor an attestation of birth
are accepted.
•Adoption judgment
•This document must be ratified by the court.
•Documents confirming the custody arrangement for
this child
•To find out which documents you must submit, you must
consider your situation with respect to that of the other
parent. If the other parent is deceased, you must submit
the documents indicated for situation 10. For all the other
cases, you must submit the documents confirming which
of the following situations applies to you:
–Situation 13: divorced
–Situation 12: legally separated
–Situation 11: de facto separated
•A single student with a dependent child must submit:
–the custody order for the child
or
–a Family Status Declaration form
(This is a sworn statement.)
•These documents are not required if only one parent’s name
appears on the birth certificate.
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Situation
19 You are living with a de
facto spouse and your
child, or your spouse’s
child.
IN THE EVENT THAT
you have adopted a child
and the birth certificate gives
the names of the biological
parents only
IN THE EVENT THAT
the birth certificate
indicates that the child is
from a previous union
and gives the names of
both parents
Required Documents
Important Information
• 2012-2013 Schedule A—Student’s Dependent Children form
AND
•2012-2013 Declaration of Spouse form
AND
•For each child, a birth certificate, copy of act of birth or
birth and baptismal certificate, if issued by a parish
before 1994
•This document must contain the following information:
–The mother’s first and last names
–The father’s first and last names
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•Notice confirming that the birth is recorded in the
register of civil status
•Neither a declaration of birth nor an attestation of birth
are accepted.
•Adoption judgment
•This document must be ratified by the court.
•Documents confirming the custody arrangement for
this child
•To find out which documents you must submit, you must
consider your situation or your current spouse’s situation
with respect to that of the other parent. If the other spouse
is deceased, you must submit the documents indicated
for situation 10. For all other cases, you must submit the
documents confirming which of the following situations
applies to you or your spouse:
–Situation 13: divorced
–Situation 12: legally separated
–Situation 11: de facto separated
A single student with a dependent child must submit
–the child’s custody order
or
–a Family Status Declaration form
(This is a sworn statement.)
• These documents are not required if only one parent’s name
appears on the birth certificate.
20 You hold an undergraduate
degree from a Québec
university.
•Official document confirming that you hold a university
degree (e.g. diploma, confirmation from the Registrar,
official transcript)
•This document must confirm that you completed a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent and give the date on which it
was awarded.
•Official document confirming that you hold a university
degree (e.g. diploma, confirmation from the Registrar,
official transcript)
•This document must confirm that the degree in question is
a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent and give the date on
which it was awarded.
21 You hold an undergraduate
degree or the equivalent
from an institution outside
Québec.
IN THE EVENT THAT
you earned your degree in
Canada
IN THE EVENT THAT
you earned your degree
outside Canada
22 You hold a Level I graduate
diploma in music (Diplôme
d’études supérieures I en
musique) or an attestation
issued upon completion of
three years of training at a
Québec music or drama
conservatory.
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If you earned your bachelor’s degree outside Québec,
your diploma must say Honours. A bachelor’s degree with
specialization will also be accepted.
•Education credential evaluation report from the Ministère
de l’Immigration et des Communautés culturelles
•This document is not required if you are pursuing studies at
the master’s or doctoral level.
•Official document confirming that you have been awarded a Level I graduate diploma in music or completed
three years of training (e.g. diploma, confirmation from
the Registrar, official transcript)
•This document must give the date on which you were
awarded your diploma or indicate that the diploma will be
issued at a later date.
Situation
23 You have earned
90 credits in a
single university program
in Québec.
24 You have earned the equiva­
lent of 90 credits in a
single university program
outside Québec.
Required Documents
•Transcript of your undergraduate studies
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•Confirmation from the Registrar
Important Information
•This document must give
–the number of years of study completed (minimum three years)
–the date on which you obtained 90 credits
•If you suffer from a major functional disability, the document
provided must confirm that you have obtained 45 credits.
• Transcript of your undergraduate studies
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•Confirmation from the Registrar
•If you do not hold a Diploma of College Studies (DCS), it
must indicate that you have completed at least four years
of study. If you earned a DCS, the document must indicate
that you have completed at least three years of study.
•If you suffer from a major functional disability, the document provided must confirm that you have obtained
45 credits.
IN THE EVENT THAT
you previously earned a
Diploma of College Studies
(DCS) in Québec
•Transcript of your college studies
OR
•Diploma of College Studies (DCS)
25 You have been in one or both
of the situations below
for a total period of at least
24 months, WITHOUT ever
studying full-time during
this period:
A-You have held a paid job or have
received employment insurance
or income replacement benefits
while living with your parents,
sponsor or elsewhere.
• Statements of marks or cumulative transcripts of your
secondary, college and university studies, as the case
may be
AND
•List of Periods of Employment form
AND
•The following supporting document(s):
–Record of employment or letters from your employers
–Attestations issued by Human Resources and Skills
Development Canada (HRSDC)
–Attestations from the organizations concerned confirming that you received income replacement benefits
B-You have supported yourself
while living somewhere other
than with your parents or
sponsor.
•Transcripts and cumulative report cards of your secondary, college and university studies, as the case may be
AND
•List of Periods of Employment form
• Provide the most recent statements of marks or transcripts.
• This document must give the start and end dates of the
periods of independence concerned.
•It is important to submit a List of Periods of Employment
(Independence) form and the required documents.
• These supporting documents must give the start and end
dates of the periods concerned.
•A letter signed by your parents or sponsor will not be
accepted.
•Provide the most recent statements of marks or transcripts.
• This document must give the start and end dates of the
periods of independence concerned.
•It is important to submit a List of Periods of Employment
(Independence) form and the required documents.
AND
•The following supporting document(s):
–Copy of your lease or a letter from your landlord
–Proof that you were not living with your parents or
sponsor
–Attestation issued by the Ministère de l’Emploi et de la
Solidarité sociale
26 You have not studied full-
time for at least seven years
since the date on which you
were no longer required by
law to attend school.
•Transcripts (secondary school, college and university
studies, as the case may be)
•These supporting documents must give the start and end
dates of the periods of independence concerned.
•A letter signed by your parents or sponsor will not be
accepted.
•Provide the most recent statements of marks or transcripts.
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Situation
27 Neither your parents nor
your spouse reside in
Canada.
Required Documents
•Declaration of Student Whose Parents or Spouse Does
Not Reside in Canada form
Important Information
•You must submit this form if you are a permanent resident
or naturalized Canadian citizen, if one of your parents
or your spouse resides outside Canada and if you have
no sponsor.
•This is a sworn statement.
28 Your spouse cannot be
•Declaration of Exceptional Family Situation form
•You must submit this form with your application each year
if your spouse cannot be located.
•Declaration of Exceptional Family Situation form
•You must submit this form with your application each
year if your spouse, mother, father or sponsor cannot be
located. In all other cases, you are not required to submit
this form again if you have already submitted it and if your
situation has not changed.
located.
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You are single and your
family situation is
exceptional.
AND
•2012-2013 Declaration of Father or Sponsor form
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•2012-2013 Declaration of Mother or Sponsor form
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•The two preceding forms
•The 2012-2013 Declaration of Father or Sponsor and 20122013 Declaration of Mother or Sponsor forms are required
in the following cases: your sponsor or your parents are
living in a special care home or your family situation has
deteriorated. In the latter case, if you have ceased all
communication with one of your parents, you must provide
the form of the parent with whom you last resided and still
communicate.
•The 2012-2013 Declaration of Father or Sponsor and
2012-2013 Declaration of Mother or Sponsor forms may
be required if you are living in a halfway house. Contact the
person in charge of the financial assistance office of your
educational institution to find out if you must submit these
forms.
29 You receive child support
•Judgment relating to child support
30 You have a dependent
•Confirmation of Enrollment form
payments.
child aged 18 or over who
is studying full-time at the
elementary or secondary
level (general education).
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•Proof of enrollment
•This document must be ratified by the court.
DIRECTORY OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROGRAMS
SECONDARY SCHOOL VOCATIONAL TRAINING
You must enter the code of the educational institution where you are pursuing vocational studies. If your educational institution is not listed below, please
enter the code of your school board or contact the financial assistance office of your educational institution.
CS stands for Commission scolaire (school board) and CFP for Centre de formation professionnelle (vocational training centre).
List of Educational Institutions
Educational institutions under the authority of a school board
Central Québec School Board
- Eastern Quebec Learning Center
CS des Affluents
- CFP des Moulins
- CFP des Riverains
CS de L’Amiante
- CFP de Black Lake
- CFP Le Tremplin
CS de la Baie-James
- CFP de la Jamésie
CS de la Beauce-Etchemin
- Centre de formation des Bätisseurs
- CFP Pozer
- CIMIC
CS des Bois-Francs
- Centre de formation Vision 20-20
- CFP André-Morissette
CS de la Capitale
- CFP de Limoilou
- CFP Neufchâtel
- CFP de Québec
- CFP Wilbrod-Bherer
- École de foresterie et de technologie
du bois de Duchesnay
- École des métiers et occupations de
l’industrie de la construction de Québec
- École hôtelière de la Capitale
CS de Charlevoix
- CFP de Charlevoix
CS du Chemin-du-Roy
- CFP Bel-Avenir
- CFP Qualitech
- CFP Qualitech – Pavillon de
l’ébénisterie
CS des Chênes
- Centre André-Morissette
- Centre Paul-Rousseau
CS des Chic-Chocs
- CFP C.-E.-Pouliot
- CFP de la Haute-Gaspésie
CS au Coeur-des-Vallées
- CFP Relais de la Lièvre-Seigneurie
CS de la Côte-du-Sud
- Centre de formation agricole
- Centre sectoriel des plastiques
- CFP L’Envolée de Montmagny
CS des Découvreurs
- CFP Marie-Rollet
- CFP Maurice-Barbeau
CS De La Jonquière
- CFP Jonquière
- CFP Jonquière Édifice St-Germain
- CFP Jonquière Édifice Mellon
CS des Draveurs
- CFP Compétences-Outaouais
- Centre Administration, commerce et
secrétariat
CS de l’Énergie
- Carrefour Formation Mauricie
881428
841400
841401
822442
822451
801450
823429
823482
823423
872467
872468
732473
732471
732474
732475
732400
732472
732476
731400
741404
741403
74100D
873408
873402
812440
812407
773440
821416
821437
821447
733494
733496
724416
72400B
72400C
771440
771490
742451
- École forestière La Tuque
CS de l’Estuaire
- CFP de Baie-Comeau
- Édifice André-Jacob
- CFP de Baie-Comeau/
- Pavillon des Rives
- CFP de Forestville
CS du Fer
- CFP A.-W.-Gagné
- CFP A.-W.-Gagné/
Pavillon Jean-du-Nord
- CFP A.-W.-Gagné/
Pavillon Mgr Labrie
CS du Fleuve-et-des-Lacs
- CFP du Fleuve-et-des-Lacs (Cabano)
- CFP du Fleuve-et-des-Lacs (Dégelis)
- CFP du Fleuve-et-des-Lacs
(Pohénégamook)
- CFP du Fleuve-et-des-Lacs
(Trois-Pistoles)
CS des Grandes-Seigneuries
- CFP Compétence-de-la-Rive-Sud
- École de formation professionnelle
de Châteauguay
CS Harricana
- Centre de formation Harricana
CS des Hautes-Rivières
- Centre Chanoine-Armand-Racicot
- École Paul-Germain-Ostiguy
- École professionnelle de métiers
CS des Hauts-Bois-de-l’Outaouais
- CFP de la Vallée-de-la-Gatineau
- CFP Pontiac
CS des Hauts-Cantons
- CFP de Coaticook (CRIFA)
- CFP de Coaticook/École secondaire
La Frontalière
- CFP du Granit
- Maison familiale rurale de la région
de Mégantic
- Maison familiale rurale du Granit
CS des Îles
- Centre de formation professionnelle
CS de Kamouraska–Rivière-du-Loup
- CFP Pavillon-de-l’Avenir
CS du Lac-Abitibi
- CFP du Lac-Abitibi
CS du Lac-Saint-Jean
- CFP d’Alma
CS du Lac-Témiscamingue
- Centre Frère-Moffette F.P.
- Centre l’Envol
CS des Laurentides
- CFP des Sommets
- CFP L’Horizon
- École hôtelière des Laurentides
CS de Laval
- Centre de formation Compétences 2000
- Centre de formation en métallurgie
742461
791481
79100B
791446
792440
79200B
79200C
713401
71300C
71300D
71300B
867420
867430
783450
863467
863405
863460
774410
774408
751423
75100C
751422
751425
751424
811401
714402
785400
722461
781457
781463
853428
853401
853430
831410
de Laval
831420
- Centre de formation horticole de Laval 831460
- Centre de formation Le Chantier
831470
- Centre de formation P.-Émile-Dufresne 831450
- École hôtelière de Laval
831430
- École Polymécanique de Laval
831440
- Institut de protection contre
les incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
831480
CS Marguerite-Bourgeoys
- Centre intégré de mécanique, de
métallurgie et d’électricité (CIMME)
763413
- CFP de Lachine, Pavillon Dalbé-Viau 76300B
- CFP de Lachine, Pavillon Les Rives
763418
- CFP de l’Ouest-de-Montréal,
Pavillon Kirkland
763402
- CFP de l’Ouest-de-Montréal,
Pavillon Saint-Laurent
76300J
- CFP de Verdun
763410
- CFP Émile-Legault, Pavillon
Émile-Legault
763405
- CFP Émile-Legault, Pavillon Saint-Louis 76300I
- Collège d’informatique et d’administration
Verdun-LaSalle, Pavillon LaSalle
763403
- Collège d’informatique et d’administration
Verdun-LaSalle, Pavillon Verdun
76300G
CS Marie-Victorin
- CFP Gérard-Filion
864478
- CFP Jacques-Rousseau
864480
864490
- CFP Pierre-Dupuy
CS de Montréal
- École des métiers de la construction
de Montréal
762477
- École des métiers de l’aérospatiale de
Montréal
762494
- École des métiers de l’équipement
motorisé de Montréal
762435
- École des métiers de l’horticulture de
Montréal
762457
- École des métiers de l’informatique,
du commerce et de l’administration
de Montréal
762478
- École des métiers des Faubourgsde-Montréal
762474
- École des métiers du meuble de
Montréal
762486
- École des métiers du Sud-Ouest de
Montréal
762414
CS des Monts-et-Marées
- Centre de formation et d’extension en
foresterie de l’Est-du-Québec
711402
- CFP d’Amqui
711401
- CFP de Matane
711400
CS des Navigateurs
- Centre de formation en mécanique de
véhicules lourds
824430
- Centre de formation en montage
de lignes
824420
- Centre national de conduite d’engins
824434
de chantier (CNCEC)
29
- CFP de Lévis
824414
- CFP Gabriel-Rousseau
824440
CS de l’Or-et-des-Bois
- CFP Val-d’Or
784440
CS des Patriotes
- CFP des Patriotes
865435
CS du Pays-des-Bleuets
- CFP de Dolbeau-Mistassini
721401
- CFP Roberval
721402
CS des Phares
- Centre de formation Rimouski-Neigette 712442
- CFP Mont-Joli–Mitis
712405
CS Pierre-Neveu
- Centre de formation professionnelle
854401
CS de la Pointe-de-l’Île
- Centre Anjou
761478
761475
- Centre Antoine-de-Saint-Exupéry
- Centre Calixa-Lavallée
761490
- Centre Daniel-Johnson
761470
- Centre régional de formation à
distance du Grand-Montréal
761496
- Centre de formation des Métiers
de l’acier
761477
CS des Portages-de-l’Outaouais
- Centre Vision-Avenir
772402
- CFP de l’Outaouais
772442
CS de Portneuf
- Centre La Croisée (Donnacona)
735401
- Centre La Croisée (Saint-Raymond) 73500C
CS des Premières-Seigneuries
- Centre de formation en transport
de Charlesbourg
734479
- CFP Fierbourg
734406
- CFP Samuel-De Champlain
734451
CS de la Région-de-Sherbrooke
- CFP 24-Juin
752470
- CFP 24-Juin – Pavillon des techniques
industrielles
75200B
- CFP 24-Juin – Pavillon du VieuxSherbrooke
75200D
CS René-Lévesque
- Centre L’Envol
813404
- Centre spécialisé des pêches
001600
- CFP La Relance
813402
- CFP Paspébiac
813403
CS de la Riveraine
871401
- Centre de formation professionnelle
CS des Rives-du-Saguenay
- Centre métallurgie et multiservices
723402
- CFP d’équipement motorisé
723404
- CFP La Baie
723403
- CFP L’Oasis
723405
CS de la Rivière-du-Nord
- Centre d’études professionnelles
(Saint-Jérôme)
852400
- Centre de formation du transport
routier de Saint-Jérôme
852401
- Centre Performance Plus
852402
CS de Rouyn-Noranda
- Centre Polymétier
782438
CS de Saint-Hyacinthe
- École professionnelle de Saint-Hyacinthe 862423
CS des Samares
- Centre Multiservices des Samares
842401
- École hôtelière Barthélémy-Joliette
84200B
- Pavillon Montcalm
84200E
CS de la Seigneurie-des-Mille-Îles
- Centre de formation agricole de Mirabel 851407
- Centre de formation des
Nouvelles-Technologies
851404
- CFP de l’automobile
851403
- CFP L’Émergence
851402
CS des Sommets
- CFP de l’Asbesterie
753401
753402
- CFP de Memphrémagog
- CFP Morilac/Centre d’excellence en
formation industrielle Windsor
753403
CS de Sorel-Tracy
- Centre Bernard-Gariépy
861430
- Centre de formation professionnelle
861400
CS des Trois-Lacs
- Atelier-école Les Cèdres
869402
- CFP Paul-Gérin-Lajoie
869401
CS du Val-des-Cerfs
- Centre de formation professionnelle
866471
- Centre régional intégré de formation
866470
CS de la Vallée-des-Tisserands
868400
- CFP de la Pointe-du-Lac
- CFP des Moissons
868401
Eastern Shores School Board
- Flemming Adult Education Center
882490
- Grosse Isle Adult Education Center
882415
- Hopetown Adult Education Center
882406
- Listuguj Adult Education Center
882402
- New Richmond Adult Education Center 882404
- Wakeham Adult Education Center
882413
Eastern Townships School Board
- Vocational Education Centre
(Cowansville Campus)
883401
- Vocational Education Centre
(Lennoxville Campus)
883402
English-Montréal School Board
- John F. Kennedy Career Centre
887407
- Laurier MacDonald Vocational Centre 887406
- Rosemount Technology Centre
887405
- Shadd Business Centre
887403
- St. Pius X Vocational Centre
887404
Lester-B.-Pearson School Board
- Centre d’électrotechnologie Pearson 888404
- Gordon Robertson Career Centre
888400
- Pearson Adult & Career Centre
888401
888402
- Riverdale Business Centre
- West Island Career Centre
888403
New Frontiers School Board
- Châteauguay Valley Career Centre
889417
- NOVA Career Centre
889499
Riverside School Board
- ACCESS
884450
Sir-Wilfrid-Laurier School Board
- Centre de développement des
compétences Laurier-Lachute
885403
- Centre de développement des
compétences Laurier-Pont-Viau
885401
- Centre de développement des
885404
compétences Laurier-Repentigny
- Centre de développement des
compétences Laurier-St-Eustache
885402
Western Québec School Board
- Maniwaki Vocational Training Centre
886451
- Shawville Vocational Training Centre
886431
- Western Quebec Career Centre
886421
Collège de l’Estrie
078501
Collège de l’Estrie (Campus Drummondville) 078502
Collège Lasalle
585501
084501
Collège supérieur de Montréal
Collège de Comptabilité et de Secrétariat du
Québec-Campus de Longueuil inc.
205501
Collège de Comptabilité et de Secrétariat du
Québec Campus de Sherbrooke inc.
215501
Collège de Comptabilité et de Secrétariat du
Québec Campus de Trois-Rivières inc. 496501
École nationale de camionnage et
équipement lourd (Québec)
514501
École nationale de camionnage et
514502
équipement lourd (Terrebonne)
École du routier G. C. inc.
École du routier professionnel du
Québec (1996) inc.
École Québécoise Meuble
& Bois ouvré (Montréal)
École Nationale du meuble
et de l’ébénisterie
Institut de formation Santérégie
Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie
du Québec
Inter-Dec College
Private educational institutions
Académie des pompiers
Académie internationale des hautes
études en soins esthétiques
compétence beauté ltée
Académie Umano esthétique
Aviron Québec (technical training)
Aviron Technical Institute of Montréal
Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy
CDI College (Laval Campus)
CDI College (Montréal Campus)
CDI College (Québec City Campus)
CDI College (Pointe ClaireCampus)
Centre de formation professionnelle
d’électrolyse et d’esthétique
513501
008501
516501
032501
375501
485501
528502
528501
528503
691580
518501
497501
218501
00660B
006600
529501
034600
105501
List of Programs
Programs offered in French
Leading to a Diploma of Vocational Studies (DVS)
Abattage et façonnage des bois
Abattage manuel et débardage forestier
Affûtage
Aménagement de la forêt
Aquiculture
Arboriculture-élagage
Arpentage et topographie
30
05189
05290
05073
05306
05094
05079
05238
Assistance à la clientèle des services
sociaux et de santé au Nunavik
Assistance à la personne en établissement
de santé (new version)
Assistance à la personne à domicile
(new version)
Assistance dentaire
05237
05316
05317
05144
Assistance technique en pharmacie
Bijouterie-joaillerie
Boucherie de détail
Boulangerie
Briquetage-maçonnerie
Calorifugeage
Carrelage
05302
05085
05268
05270
05303
05119
05300
Carrosserie
Charpenterie-menuiserie
Chaudronnerie
Classement des bois débités
Coiffure
Comptabilité
Conduite d’engins de chantier
Conduite d’engins de chantier nordique
Conduite de grues
Conduite de machinerie lourde en
voirie forestière
Conduite de machines de traitement du minerai
Conduite de procédés de traitement de l’eau
Conduite et réglage de machines à mouler
Confection de vêtements et d’articles de cuir
Confection de vêtements (façon tailleur)
Confection sur mesure et retouche
Cordonnerie
Cuisine
Décoration intérieure et étalage
Découpe et transformation du verre
Dessin de bâtiment
Dessin de patron
Dessin industriel
Ébénisterie
Électricité (new version)
Électromécanique de systèmes automatisés
Entretien de bâtiments nordiques
Entretien de systèmes de tuyauterie
industrielle
Entretien et réparation de caravanes
Entretien général d’immeubles
Esthétique
Extraction de minerai
Fabrication de structures métalliques et de
métaux ouvrés
Fabrication en série de meubles
et produits en bois ouvré
Ferblanterie-tôlerie
Finition de meubles
Fleuristerie
Fonderie
Forage au diamant
Forage et dynamitage
Grandes cultures
Horlogerie-bijouterie
05217
05319
05165
05208
05245
05231
05220
05284
05248
05273
05274
05213
05193
05247
05219
05239
05145
05311
05005
05140
05250
05218
05225
05030
05295
05281
05202
05216
05214
05211
05035
05261
05308
05028
05233
05142
05173
05203
05253
05092
05254
05182
Horticulture et jardinerie
Imprimerie
Installation et entretien de systèmes
de sécurité
Installation et fabrication de produits verriers
(new version)
Installation et réparation d’équipement
de télécommunication
Intervention en sécurité incendie
Intervention en sécurité incendie (new version)
Mécanique agricole
Mécanique automobile
Mécanique d’ascenseurs
Mécanique d’engins de chantier
Mécanique de machines à coudre
industrielles
Mécanique de machines fixes
Mécanique de protection
contre les incendies
Mécanique de véhicules légers
Mécanique de véhicules lourds routiers
Mécanique industrielle de construction
et d’entretien
Mécanique marine
Mise en oeuvre de matériaux composites
Modelage
Montage de câbles et de circuits
Montage de lignes électriques
Montage de structures en aérospatiale
Montage mécanique en aérospatiale
Montage structural et architectural
Nettoyage à sec et entretien de vêtements
Opération d’équipements de production
Organisation de loisirs au Nunavik
Pâtes et papiers (opérations)
Pâtisserie
Pêche professionnelle
Peinture en bâtiment
Photographie
Plâtrage
Plomberie-chauffage
Pose d’armature de béton
Pose de revêtements de toiture
Pose de revêtements souples
Pose de systèmes intérieurs
Préparation et finition de béton
05288
05246
05296
05292
05266
05305
05322
05070
05298
05200
05055
05209
05146
05121
05154
05049
05260
01250
05267
05157
05269
05185
05197
05307
05299
05082
05310
05228
05262
05297
05257
05116
05292
05286
05148
05076
05032
05115
05118
05117
Procédés infographiques
Production acéricole
Production de bovins de boucherie
Production horticole
Production industrielle de vêtements
Production laitière
Production porcine
Production textile (opérations)
Protection et exploitation de territoires
fauniques
Réalisation d’aménagements paysagers
Réception en hôtellerie
Réfrigération
Régulation de vol
Rembourrage artisanal
Rembourrage industriel
Réparation d’appareils électroménagers
Réparation d’appareils électroniques
audiovidéos
Réparation d’armes à feu
Reprographie et façonnage
Santé, assistance et soins infirmiers
Sciage
Secrétariat
Secrétariat (Inuktitut)
Serrurerie
Service-conseil à la clientèle en
équipement motorisé
Service de la restauration (new version)
Service technique d’équipement bureautique
Soudage-montage
Soufflage de verre au néon
Soutien informatique
Taille de pierre
Techniques d’usinage
Tôlerie de précision
Traduction-interprétation (Inuktitut)
Traitement de surface
Transport par camion
Travail sylvicole
Vente-conseil
Vente de pièces mécaniques
et d’accessoires
Vente de produits de quincaillerie
Vente de voyages
05221
05256
05168
05210
05252
05167
05171
05243
Secrétariat médical
Sommellerie
Soudage haute pression
Spécialités en horticulture
Usinage sur machines-outils
à commande numérique
Vente et service en bijouterie
05227
05314
05234
05043
Hairdressing
Health, Assistance and Nursing
Health and Social Services Assistance
in Nunavik
Hog Production
Home Care Assistance
Hotel Reception
Industrial Construction and Maintenance
Mechanics
Industrial Drafting
Installation and Repair of
Telecommunications Equipment
05745
05825
05179
05320
05283
05315
05304
05080
05031
05024
05271
01489
05240
05325
05088
05212
05255
05162
05258
05293
05265
05195
05155
05229
05178
05223
05244
05204
05222
05291
05289
05321
05194
05272
05236
Leading to an Attestation of Vocational Specialization (AVS)
Cuisine du marché (nouvelle version)
Épilation à l’électricité
Fabrication de moules
Gabarits et échantillons
Gestion d’une entreprise de la construction
Horlogerie-rhabillage
Lancement d’une entreprise
Liaison en réseau d’équipement bureautique
Matriçage
Mécanique de moteurs diesels et de
contrôles électroniques
05324
05068
05249
01442
05309
05263
05264
05280
05041
05259
Mécanique de motocyclettes
Mécanique d’entretien
en commandes industrielles
Mécanique d’entretien
préventif et prospectif industriel
Outillage
Pâtisserie de restaurant
Réparation d’appareils au gaz naturel
Représentation
Restauration de maçonnerie
Secrétariat juridique
05232
05006
05012
05042
01057
05172
05323
05215
05226
05224
01017
Programs offered in English
Leading to a Diploma of Vocational Studies (DVS)
Accounting
Aesthetics
Aircraft Mechanical Assembly
Aircraft Structural Assembly
Assistance in Health Care Facilities
Automated Systems Electromechanics
Automobile Mechanics
Automotive Body Repair & Repainting
Beef Production
Business Equipment Technical Service
Cabinet Making
Cable and Circuit Assembly
05731
05535
05699
05697
05816
05781
05798
05717
05668
05765
05530
05769
Carpentry
Commercial and Residential Painting
Computing Support
Dairy Production
Dental Assistance
Desktop Publishing
Diamond Drilling
Electricity (new version)
Electronic Audio/Video Equipment Repair
Elevator Mechanics
Food and Beverage Services
Furniture Finishing
01928
05616
05729
05667
05644
05721
05753
05795
05771
05700
05793
05642
05737
05671
05817
05783
05760
05725
05766
31
Interior Decorating and Display
Inuttitut Translation and Interpretation
Landscaping Operations
Machining Techniques
Masonry: Bricklaying
Moulding Machine Set-up and Operation
Northern Building Maintenance
Northern Heavy Equipment Operations
Ore Extraction
Pharmacy Technical Assistance
05505
05704
05820
05723
05803
05693
05702
05784
05761
05802
Plumbing and Heating
Preparing and Finishing Concrete
Printing
Professional Cooking
Professional Sales
Protection and Development of
Wildlife Habitats
Recreation Leaderships in Nunavik
Refrigeration
Residential and Commercial Drafting
05648
05617
05746
05811
05821
05679
05728
05815
05750
Retail Butchery
RV Maintenance and Repair
Sale of Mechanical Parts and Accessories
Secretarial Studies
Secretarial Studies (Inuktitut)
Sheet Metal Work
Tiling
Travel Sales
Trucking
Welding and Fitting
05768
05714
05694
05712
05755
05733
05800
05736
05791
05695
Secretarial Studies–Medical
Starting a Business
Toolmaking
05727
05764
05542
Leading to an Attestation of Vocational Specialization (AVS)
Diemaking
Electrolysis
High-Pressure Welding
Networked Office Equipment
Numerical Control Machine Tool Operation
05541
05568
05734
05780
05724
Preventive and Prospective Industrial
Maintenance Mechanics
Sales Representation
Sale Representative (new version)
Secretarial Studies–Legal
05512
05554
05823
05726
COLLEGE
List of Educational Institutions
Public colleges, music conservatories and institutes
Cégep André-Laurendeau
929000
Cégep Beauce-Appalaches
937000
- Centre d’études collégiales
de Lac-Mégantic
937001
Cégep d’Ahuntsic
913000
Cégep d’Alma
932001
- Campus Abitibi-Témiscamingue
93201C
Cégep de Baie-Comeau
931001
Cégep de Bois-de-Boulogne
914000
Cégep de Chicoutimi
932002
- Campus d’Alma
93202D
- Centre d’études collégiales de
Forestville
932012
- Centre québécois de formation
aéronautique (Saint-Honoré)
932005
Cégep de Drummondville
907001
Cégep de Granby–Haute-Yamaska
904001
Cégep de Jonquière
932003
- Centre d’études collégiales en Charlevoix932007
Cégep de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue
920000
- Campus d’Amos
920001
- Campus de Val-d’Or
920002
Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles
900000
- Centre d’études collégiales de Baie900004
des-Chaleurs
- Centre d’études collégiales
des Îles-de-la-Madeleine
900003
- École des pêches et de l’aquaculture 900002
du Québec
- CFC Sainte-Anne-des-Monts
90000E
Cégep de La Pocatière
923000
- Centre d’études collégiales
de Montmagny
923001
Cégep de Lévis-Lauzon
921000
Cégep de Limoilou
902000
- Campus de Charlesbourg
902001
Cégep de l’Outaouais
919000
- Campus Félix-Leclerc
919002
- Centre d’études collégiales de
Maniwaki
919003
Cégep de Maisonneuve
916000
Cégep de Matane
927000
Cégep de Rimouski
901000
- Centre matapédien d’études collégiales 901002
- Institut maritime du Québec
901001
Cégep de Rivière-du-Loup
922000
Cégep de Rosemont
915000
- Cé[email protected]
915001
Cégep de Saint-Félicien
932004
- Centre d’études collégiales à
Chibougamau
932006
Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe
907003
Cégep de Saint-Jérôme
928000
- Centre collégial de Mont-Laurier
928001
Cégep de Saint-Laurent
912000
Cégep de Sainte-Foy
903000
Cégep de Sept-Îles
931002
- Campus de Chicoutimi
93102B
Cégep de Sherbrooke
904000
Cégep de Sorel-Tracy
907002
- Centre d’études collégiales de Varennes 90702B
Cégep de Thetford
924000
Cégep de Trois-Rivières
905000
Cégep de Valleyfield
918000
Cégep de Victoriaville
925000
- École québécoise du meuble et du bois
ouvré (section Montréal)
925002
Cégep du Vieux-Montréal
917000
909000
Cégep Édouard-Montpetit
- École nationale d’aérotechnique
909001
Cégep François-Xavier-Garneau
926000
Cégep Gérald-Godin
939000
Cégep Lionel-Groulx
911000
Cégep Marie-Victorin
938000
- Campus Beth Jacob
93800B
- Campus Chaya Mushka
93800C
- Campus TAV
93800D
- Campus Namur
93800E
Cégep Montmorency
930000
Cégep régional de Lanaudière (Joliette)
910000
Cégep régional de Lanaudière (L’Assomption) 940001
Cégep régional de Lanaudière (Terrebonne) 940002
Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
908000
- Centre d’enseignement collégial
de Brossard
90800B
Champlain Regional College
- Lennoxville Campus
936001
- Saint-Lambert—Longueuil Campus
936003
- St. Lawrence Campus
936002
Collège Shawinigan
906000
Conservatoire de musique de Gatineau
470502
Conservatoire de musique de Montréal
749572
Conservatoire de musique de Québec
669510
020510
Conservatoire de musique de Rimouski
Conservatoire de musique de Saguenay
100501
Conservatoire de musique de Trois-Rivières 260504
Conservatoire de musique de Val-d’Or
520500
Dawson College
933000
Heritage College
919001
Institut de technologie agroalimentaire
- Campus de La Pocatière
190504
- Campus de St-Hyacinthe
440512
Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du
Québec
749655
John Abbott College
935000
699600
MacDonald College—McGill University
Vanier College
934000
- Institut Grasset
Collège April-Fortier
Collège Bart
Collège d’affaires Ellis inc.
Collège de l’Estrie inc.
- Campus de Drummondville
Collège de l’immobilier du Québec
Collège d’enseignement en immobilier inc.
Collège de photographie Marsan
Collège Ellis (Campus de Drummondville)
Collège Ellis (Campus de Trois-Rivières)
Collège info-technique (Dorval)
- Campus Granby
- Campus Longueuil
- Campus St-Jean-sur-Richelieu
- Campus Vaudreuil-Dorion
Collège international des Marcellines
Collège international Marie-de-France
Private colleges
Académie de l’entrepreneurship québécois
Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy
CDI College (Laval Campus)
CDI College (Montréal Campus)
CDI College (Pointe Claire Campus)
CDI College (Québec City Campus)
Centennial College
Collège André-Grasset
- Collège André-Grasset (Montréal)
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294901
210508
389551
749747
691580
669639
749701
749547
692531
749720
669537
250506
277500
692520
692590
692540
749553
260507
690560
690562
690563
690564
690561
749730
749557
Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf
Collège la Cabriole
Collège Laflèche
Collège Mérici
Collège Multihexa/Québec
Collège Multihexa/Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean
Collège O’Sullivan de Montréal
Collège O’Sullivan de Québec
Collège préuniversitaire Nouvelles
Frontières
Collège radio télévision de Québec inc.
Collège Salette inc.
Collège Stanislas inc.
749556
692570
260501
669506
210578
691510
749561
669546
690510
669635
749795
719517
Collège TAV
Collège technique de Montréal inc.
Conservatoire Lassalle
École de danse de Québec
École de musique Vincent-d’Indy
École de sténographie judiciaire
École du show-business
École nationale de cirque
École nationale de l’humour
École nationale de police du Québec
Herzing College (Laval)
Herzing College (Montréal)
Institut de création artistique et de
693510
749761
749569
669542
719503
692580
690530
749937
749995
770000
691530
749758
recherche en infographie (ICARI)
Institut d’enregistrement du Canada enr.
Institut supérieur d’informatique I.S.I.
(Montréal)
Institut Teccart (2003)
Institut Trébas Québec inc.
Inter-Dec College
LaSalle College
L’école de danse contemporaine
Marianopolis College
Musitechnic services éducatifs inc.
National Theatre School of Canada
Séminaire de Sherbrooke
749996
359505
303531
692550
749738
749760
749548
749751
749712
749841
749672
270543
List of Programs
The codes for programs leading to a Diploma of College Studies (DCS) and for the Orientation and Integration programs are listed below. If you are enrolled
in a program other than a DCS program, you must enter the program code provided by your college upon admission or registration. If in doubt, or if your
program is not listed, contact the financial assistance office at your educational institution for the code.
Orientation, integration and transition programs
Integration and Orientation
Integration and Orientation (winter)
08101
08102
Structure d’accueil préuniversitaire
Transition
08004
08103
Programs leading to a Diploma of College Studies (DCS)
Technical training programs
Accounting and Management Technology
Adventure Tourism
Animal Health Technology
Applied Physics Technology
Architectural Technology
Biomedical Laboratory Technology
Building Systems Technology
Business Management
Civil Engineering Technology
Community Recreation Leadership Training
Computer Science Technology
410B0
414B0
145A0
244A0
221A0
140B0
221C0
410D0
221B0
391A0
420A0
Display Design (new version)
Early Childhood Education
Forest Technology
Industrial Design Techniques
Industrial Maintenance Technology
Interior Design
Laboratory Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Nursing
Office System Technology
Paralegal Technology
570D0
322A0
190B0
570C0
241D0
570E0
210A0
241A0
180A0
412A0
310C0
Photography
Police Technology
Printing Works Management
Professional Music and Song Techniques
Professional Theatre: Acting
Social Service
Special Care Counselling
Tourism
Youth and Adult Correctionnal Intervention
570F0
310A0
58108
551A0
561C0
388A0
351A0
414A0
310B0
500A1
Languages
Fine Arts - Music
Liberal Arts
Music
Music - Dance
Music - Fine Arts
Science
Science - Creative Arts, Literature
and Languages
Science - Dance
Science - Fine Arts
Science - International Baccalaureate
Science - Literature and Arts
51016
51018
700B0
501A0
50115
50113
200B0
Science - Music
Science - Social Science
Social Science
Social Science - Creative Arts, Literature
and Languages
Social Science - Dance
Social Science - Fine Arts
Social Science - International Baccalaureate
Social Science - Music
Social Science - Science
20011
20012
300A0
Insurance and Financial Advising (intensive)
Medical Records Management (intensive)
Multimedia Integration (intensive)
Nursing (intensive)
Office System Technology (intensive)
Police Technology (intensive)
Social Science - Fine Arts (intensive)
Special Care Counselling (intensive)
Tourism (intensive)
X10C0
XX1A0
X82A1
X80A0
X12A0
X10A0
X0013
X51A0
X14A0
Pre-university programs
Creative Arts, Literature and Languages
Creative Arts, Literature and Languages Fine arts
Creative Arts, Literature and Languages International Baccalaureate
Creative Arts, Literature and Languages Music
Dance
Dance - Creative Arts, Literature and
Languages
Dance - Fine Arts
Fine Arts
Fine Arts - Creative Arts, Literature and
50013
5001M
50011
506A0
50616
50613
510A0
20016
20015
20013
20010
700A0
30016
30015
30013
30010
30011
30017
Technical training or pre-university programs (intensive or accelerated programs)
Accounting and Management Technology
(intensive)
Animal Health Technology
Business Administration (intensive)
Business Management (intensive)
Chemical Process Technology (intensive)
Computer Science Technology (intensive)
X10B0
X45A0
X1012
X10D0
X1004
X20A0
Computer Science Technology,
Specialization in Network Management
(intensive)
Cooperative Management (intensive)
Creative Arts, Literature and
Languages (intensive)
Dental Technology (intensive)
Early Childhood Education (intensive)
Hotel Management (intensive)
X20AC
X1301
X00A0
X11A0
X22A0
X3001
Programs leading to an Attestation of College Studies (ACS)
If you are enrolled in a program leading to an Attestation of College Studies (ACS), you must enter the program code provided by your college upon
admission or registration. If in doubt, please contact the financial assistance office at your educational institution.
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UNIVERSITY
Studies in Québec
Programs are grouped according to program, faculty or module, under a general title and code (in bold type in this table). These are the titles and codes
you must use in section 3 of the application form. The code of the educational institution appears between parentheses after or under the name of the
institution. If your program is not listed, contact the financial assistance office at your educational institution for the code. Please note that the University
of Ottawa is included in this list.
ACADIA UNIVERSITY
Montréal Campus
Theology
(H1028B)
10500
BISHOP’S UNIVERSITY
(981000)
Business Administration
15100
Accounting
Administration
Business
Management
Marketing
Fine Arts
10600
Drama
Fine Arts
Humanities
16000
Classical Studies
English
French Literature & Civilisation
History
Languages
Philosophy
Religion
Music
10300
Preschool & Elementary Education/Second. 11200
Sciences
20000
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Mathematics
Physics
Social Sciences
16100
Economics
Geography
Political Studies
Psychology
Sociology
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY
(980000)
Administration (diploma and certificate)
Graduate
15099
Arts
10000
Anthropology
Archeology
Canadian Studies
Communication Studies
Economics
Education
Environment
Études Françaises
Geography
History
Journalism
Leisure Studies
Library Studies
Literature
Modern Languages
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Religion
Russian Studies
Social Sciences
Sociology
Theological Studies
Translation
Urban Studies
Women’s Studies
Arts (coop) Undergraduate
10050
Economics
Translation
Arts (diploma and certificate) Graduate
10099
Commerce and Administration
15000
Accountancy
Administration
Business Statistics
Business Studies
Decision Sc. & Mng. Inform. Systems
Economics
Finance
Industrial Relations
International Business
Management
Marketing
Commerce and Admin. (coop) Underg.
15050
Computer Science
40000
Computer Science (coop) Undergraduate 40050
Computer Science (diploma and certificate)
Graduate
40099
Creative Therapies
10601
Engineering
41000
Engineering (coop) Undergraduate
41050
Engineering (diploma and certificate)
Graduate
41099
Fine Arts
10600
Art History
Art Therapy
Arts
Cinema
Contemporary Dance
Design Art
Music
Painting & Drawing
Photography
Sculpture, Ceramics & Fibres
Theatre
Fine Arts (diploma and certificate) Graduate10699
MBA
15001
Public Policy & Public Administration
10002
Preschool & Elementary Education/Second 11200
Art Education
Teaching English as a Second Language
Science
20000
Actuarial Studies
Biochemistry
Biology
Chemistry
Exercise Science
Geology
Mathematics
Physics
Science (coop) Undergraduate
20050
Biochemistry
Chemistry
Exercise Science
Mathematics
Physics
Sciences (diploma and certificate)
Graduate
20099
CONSERVATOIRES D’ART DRAMATIQUE
(Montréal 991050) (Québec 991060)
Jeu théâtral
10100
Scénographie
10200
CONSERVATOIRES DE MUSIQUE
(Montréal 749572) (Trois-Rivières 260504)
(Saguenay 100501) (Québec 669510)
(Gatineau 470502) (Rimouski 020510)
(Val-d’Or 520500)
Musique
10300
ÉCOLE DE TECHNOLOGIE SUPÉRIEURE (978010)
40050
Génie (baccalauréat, régime coop.)
Génie de la construction
Génie de la production automatisée
Génie des opérations et de la logistique
Génie des technologies de l’information
Génie électrique
Génie logiciel
Génie mécanique
Sc. appliquées et génie (certificat, diplôme,
maîtrise, propédeutique, doctorat)
40000
ÉCOLE DES HAUTES ÉTUDES
COMMERCIALES – HEC
(976001)
Administration
15000
B. en administration des affaires
Certificat (all certificates)
Cours préparatoires aux examens CMA
D.E.S.S. (all specialized graduate study
diplomas)
Maîtrise (all master’s degrees except Maîtrise
ès sciences de la gestion)
Maîtrise ès sciences de la gestion
15117
MBA en action
15116
MBA intensif
15115
Doctorat en administration (PhD)
15117
ÉCOLES DU BARREAU DU QUÉBEC
Centre de formation de Québec
Centre de formation de Montréal
Centre de formation de Sherbrooke
Centre de formation d’Ottawa
Droit
Droit (cours préparatoires)
(991010)
(991000)
(991030)
(991020)
14000
14005
ÉCOLE NATIONALE D’ADMINISTRATION
PUBLIQUE – ENAP
(978007)
Administration
15000
ÉCOLE POLYTECHNIQUE DE MONTRÉAL (976002)
Génie (baccalauréat)
41000
Génie (baccalauréat, régime coop.)
41050
Génie chimique
Génie civil
Génie des mines
Génie géologique
Génie physique
Sciences appliquées et génie (certificat, 40000
maîtrise et doctorat)
INSTITUT DE FORMATION THÉOLOGIQUE
DE MONTRÉAL
(991040)
Théologie
10500
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INSTITUT DE PASTORALE
DES DOMINICAINS
Théologie
H1049B
10500
INSTITUT MARIE-GUYART
Sciences de l’éducation
(991070)
18000
INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE
SCIENTIFIQUE
(978008)
Eau, Terre et Environnement
01200
Énergie, Matériaux et Télécommunications 01400
Études libres
09999
INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier
01700
Urbanisation, Culture et Société
01900
(979000)
McGILL UNIVERSITY
Applied Sciences
40000
Architecture
48000
Architecture
Urban Planning
Arts
10000
Administration & Policy Studies in Education
African Studies
Anthropology
Art History
Canadian Studies
Classics
Computer Science
East Asian Studies
Economics
English
French
Geography
German
Hispanic Studies
History
Humanistic Studies
Industrial Relations
Italian
Jewish Studies
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Library and Information Studies
Linguistics
Mathematics & Statistics
Middle East Studies
Modern Languages
Music
North American Studies
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Québec Studies
Religious Studies
Russian & Slavic Studies
Sociology
Continuing Education
18100
Verify with financial assistance office for a
complete listing of recognized programs.
Dentistry (DDS U1 to U4)
56000
Dentistry Residency (Multidiscip. Prog.) 56500
Education
18000
Certificate in Education Technology
Certificate in Special Education
Cert. in Native & North. Student Pers. Advising
Diploma in the Education of the Gifted
Diploma in Human Relations and Family Life
Education in the Arts
English as a Second Language
Fitness Education
French as a Second Language
Moral & Religious Education
Physical Education
Religious Education
Preschool & Elem. Education/Second 11200
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Engineering (bachelor’s, master’s,
doctorate)
41000
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mining and Metallurgical Engineering
Engineering (coop)
40050
Mining Engineering
Law
14000
Air and Space Law
Civil Law
Common Law
Comparative Law
Law (McGill Program)
14500
Management
15000
Accounting
Economics
Entrepreneurship
Finance
Food Services Administration
International Business
Labour-Management Relations
Management Information Systems
Management Science
Marketing
Mathematics
M.B.A.
Operations Management
Organizational Behaviour and
Human Resource Management
Psychology
Strategic Management
Urban Analysis and Real Estate
Medicine (MDCM U1 to U4)
51000
Medicine (Residency Program)
50900
Music
10300
Composition
Computer Applications
Music Education
Music History
Performance
Theory
Nursing
58000
Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy 58400
Sciences
20000
Anatomical Sciences
Atmospheric Sciences
Biochemistry
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Earth and Planetary Sciences
Geography
Mathematics
Microbiology and Immunology
Physics
Physiology
Pre-Dentistry
Pre-Medecine
Psychology
Social Work
16100
McGILL UNIVERSITY
MacDonald College
(97900B)
Collège Presbytérien
(97900C)
Séminaire Uni
(97900D)
Séminaire diocésain de Montréal
(97900E)
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences/
Dietetics and Human Nutrition
32000
Agricultural Economics
Animal Biology
Animal Science
Applied Zoology
Botanical Sciences
Environmental Biology
Food Science
General Agricultural Science
Microbiology
Nutrition
Pest Management
Plant Science
Resource Conservation
Soil Science
Wildlife Resources
Agricultural Engineering
(bachelor’s, master’s, doctorate)
Dietetics
TÉLÉ-UNIVERSITÉ
Baccalauréats et certificats
Diplômes d’études supérieures
spécialisées, maîtrise et doctorat
Études libres
41000
32001
(978011)
08886
08887
08888
UNIVERSITÉ LAVAL
(975000)
Administration
15000
BAA (administration des affaires)
Comptabilité
Entrepreneuriat et technologie
Expertise comptable (CA)
Gestion
Management
Marketing
MBA (toutes les concentrations)
Sciences de l’administration
Administration (profil coopératif)
15050
Agriculture et alimentation
32000
Agroforesterie
Développement rural intégré
Distribution alimentaire
Économie rurale
Sciences animales
Sciences de la consommation
Agroalimentaire
32100
Génie agroenvironnemental
Génie alimentaire
Sciences et technologie des aliments
Agronomie et agroéconomie
32110
Architecture et aménagement
48000
Aménagement du territoire
et développement régional
Arts visuels
10600
Arts plastiques
Arts visuels
Design graphique
10610
Droit
14000
Droit notarial
14300
Ergothérapie
58400
Études internationales
15500
Études libres et cours compensateurs
09999
Foresterie et géomatique
33000
Aménagement et environnement forestiers
Génie géomatique
Sciences géomatiques
Géographie
33010
Foresterie et géomatique (régime coop.) 33050
Génie du bois
Opérations forestières
Génie
41000
Génie chimique
Génie civil
Génie des eaux
Génie électrique
Génie géologique
Génie informatique
Génie logiciel
Génie mécanique
Génie physique
Génie (régime coopératif)
20050
Génie des matériaux et de la métallurgie
Génie des mines et de la minéralurgie
Génie logiciel (profil coopératif)
Insertion ordre professionnel
07777
Kinésiologie
58410
Lettres
11000
Archéologie
Archivistique
Cinéma
Communication publique
Création littéraire
Ethnologie
Études anciennes
Études théâtrales
Histoire
Histoire de l’art
Journalisme
Langues
Linguistique
Littérature
Muséologie
Rédaction professionnelle
Traduction
Médecine (MD)
51000
Médecine (autres programmes)
51080
Épidémiologie
Médecine expérimentale
Neurobiologie
Santé communautaire
Toxicomanie
Médecine (programme de résidence)
50900
Médecine dentaire
56000
Médecine dentaire (autres programmes) 56080
Médecine dentaire (dentisterie multidiscipl.)56500
Médecine dentaire (parodontie)
56600
Musique
10300
Nutrition
92000
Orthophonie
53000
Pharmacie
54000
Doctorat en pharmacie(1er cycle 164 cr.) 54002
Philosophie
13000
Physiothérapie
58400
Programme multidisciplinaire
10700
Sciences
20000
Actuariat
Bio-informatique
Biochimie
Biologie
Biotechnologie
Chimie
Géologie
Informatique (certificat)
Mathématiques
Microbiologie
Physique
Statistique
Informatique (baccalauréat)
20300
Informatique (profil coopératif)
20350
Sciences de l’éducation
18000
Adaptation scolaire
Enseignement collégial
Formation des adultes en milieu de travail
Intervention sportive
Sciences de l’orientation
Technologie éducative
Éducation musicale
11200
Enseignement préscolaire et primaire 11200
Enseignement prof. et technique
11200
Enseignement secondaire
11200
Sciences infirmières
58000
Sciences infirmières (cheminement B)
Sciences infirmières (cheminement C)
Sciences infirmières (cheminement A) 58001
Sciences sociales
16000
Anthropologie
Économique
Études autochtones
Études sur le vieillissement
Psychologie
Relations industrielles
Science politique
Service social
Sociologie
Psychologie clinique (doctorat)
Théologie
Études bibliques
Études juives
Pastorale
Sciences des religions
99905
10500
UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL
(976000)
Campus Mauricie
(97600C)
Aménagement
Architecture
48010
Architecture (4 ans)
48000
Architecture de paysage
48000
48010
Design d’intérieur
Design industriel
48000
Urbanisme
48010
Arts et sciences
10700
Anthropologie
Bibliothéconomie et sc. de l’information
Chimie
Communication
Criminologie
Démographie
Études anglaises
Études classiques
Études françaises
Géographie
Histoire
Histoire de l’art
Informatique et recherche opérationnelle
Linguistique
Littérature comparée
Littératures et langues modernes
Mathématiques et statistique
Philosophie
Physique
Psychoéducation
Psychologie
Relations industrielles
Science politique
Sciences biologiques
Sciences économiques
Service social
Sociologie
Traduction
Baccalauréat 120 unités
10710
Arts et sciences – Programmes coop.
10750
Arts et sciences – Programmes avec stage 10755
Droit
14000
Droit
Notariat
Éducation permanente (tous les certificats) 18100
Études libres
09999
Kinésiologie
50100
Médecine
Année préparatoire
51001
51000
Programme MD
Résidence
50900
Autres programmes, faculté de médecine 51080
Médecine dentaire
Année préparatoire
56001
Programme DMD
56000
Dentisterie pédiatrique
56202
Orthodontie
56200
Réhabilitation prosthodontique
56201
Autres programmes, faculté de
médecine dentaire
56080
Musique
10300
Nutrition
52000
Optométrie
55000
Année préparatoire
55001
Orthophonie
53000
Audiologie
53001
Pharmacie
54000
Programmes interdisciplinaires de la FES 51500
Administration sociale
Bioéthique
Biologie moléculaire
Environnement et prévention
Ergonomie
Génie biomédical
Interventions en toxicomanie
Muséologie
Santé environnementale et santé au travail
Santé et sécurité du travail
Sciences humaines appliquées
Toxicologie et analyse du risque
Séminaires interdisciplinaires
Commerce électronique
51501
Réadaptation
Réadaptation occupationnelle
50025
50035
Réadaptation physique
Sciences de l’éducation
18000
Éducation et administration de l’éducation
Didactique
Formation continue
Formation initiale des maîtres
11200
Orthopédagogie
11200
Sciences infirmières (autres
programmes)
58000
Sciences infirmières (programmes
de baccalauréat)
58002
Théologie
10500
UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL
Campus de la Faculté de
médecine vétérinaire
Diplôme d’études spécialisées (DES)
Médecine vétérinaire
(97600B)
90300
52000
UNIVERSITÉ DE SHERBROOKE
(977000)
Campus de Longueuil
(97700C)
Campus de Saguenay
(97700D)
Administration
15000
Administration des affaires
Comptabilité de gestion
Comptabilité financière
Comptabilité professionnelle
Fiscalité
Gestion des ressources humaines
Gestion du marketing
Gestion et développement des coopératives
Sécurité et gestion de crise
15050
Administration (régime coop.)
Administration
Administration des affaires
Droit
14000
Droit notarial
Droit de la santé
Droit – Biotechnologie
14001
Droit (régime coop.)
14050
Éducation
18000
Administration scolaire
Applications éducatives de l’ordinateur
Aptitude pédag. à enseigner au secondaire
Didactique des moyens d’expression
Éducation spécialisée
Enseignement
Enseignement du français
Enseignement professionnel
Formation en éducation des adultes
37
Information et orientation professionnelle
Orientation
Perfectionnement en enseignement collégial
Psychoéducation
Sciences de l’éducation
Éduc. préscol. et ens. primaire/
Ens. secondaire
11200
Adaptation scolaire
11200
Éducation (régime coop.)
18050
Information et orientation professionnelle
Éducation physique et sportive
50100
Intervention en activité physique
Kinanthropologie
Éduc. physique et sportive (régime coop.) 50150
Activité physique (extracurricular environment)
Lettres et sciences humaines
10000
Communications
Économique
Études anglaises
Études françaises
Études sur les femmes
Expression artistique
Géographie
Géographie physique
Gérontologie
Histoire
Langues modernes
Littérature canadienne comparée
Philosophie
Programme multidisciplinaire
Psychologie
Psychologie des relations humaines
Santé communautaire
Santé et sécurité au travail
Service social
Télédétection
Toxicomanie
Traduction
Lettres et sciences humaines
(régime coop.)
10050
Économique
Étud. anglaises/réd. prof. anglaise
Étud. françaises/réd. et communication
Géographie
Géographie physique
Maîtrise en économique
Géomatique
33000
Médecine
51000
Médecine familiale
Programme conjoint M.D.-M. Sc.
Sciences cliniques
Médecine (programme de résidence) 50900
Musique
10300
Sciences
20000
Biologie
Biologie cellulaire
Biochimie
Chimie
Ergothérapie
Informatique
Informatique de gestion
Mathématiques
Microbiologie
Pharmacologie
Physiologie
Physique
Physiothérapie
Radiobiologie
Sciences (régime coop.)
20050
Chimie
Informatique
Informatique de gestion
Mathématiques
Physique
Sciences appliquées
40000
38
Environnement
Génie chimique
Génie civil
Génie électrique
Génie informatique
Génie mécanique
41000
Sciences appliquées – Génie
Génie chimique
Génie civil
Génie électrique
Génie mécanique
Sciences appliquées – Génie (régime coop.) 41050
Sciences infirmières
58000
Théologie
10500
Culture religieuse
Sciences humaines des religions
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA/
UNIVERSITÉ D’OTTAWA
(H1021A)
(Note: This university is listed here for administrative
purposes.)
School of Management
15000
School of Management (coop.)
15050
Accounting
Management Information Systems
Arts
10000
Arts
Communication
Environmental Studies
Geography
History
Linguistics
Philosophy
Theatre
Translation
Arts (coop.)
10050
Environmental Studies
Geography
History
Translation
Audiology and Speech Language
53000
Common Law
14010
National Program of Common Law
Education
18000
Engineering
41000
Engineering (coop.)
40050
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
58200
Health Sciences
Audiology/Orthophony
Health Science
Nutrition
Occupational Therapy
Physiotherapy
Law
14000
Civil Law
Notarial Law
National Program of Common Law
National Program
14500
Medicine
51000
Music
10300
Nursing
58000
Physical Education
50100
Physical Education
Kinanthropology
Sciences
20000
Computer Science
Geology
Nutrition and Biochemistry
Pure and Applied Science
Sciences (coop.)
20050
Computer Science
Mathematics-Science
Social Sciences
Anthropology
Criminology
Economics
International Development and
Globalization
Political Science
Psychology
Social Science
Social Work
Social Sciences (coop.)
Leisure Studies
Visual Arts
16000
16050
10600
UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À CHICOUTIMI (978003)
Arts
10800
Arts
Arts numériques
Baccalauréat interdisciplinaire en arts
Cinéma et vidéo
Théâtre
Théorie et histoire de l’art
Enseignement
11200
Éduc. préscol. et enseignement primaire
Enseignement de l’éducation physique et
à la santé
Enseignement des arts
Enseignement des langues secondes
Enseignement en adapt. scolaire et sociale
Enseignement professionnel
Enseignement secondaire (profils :
français, mathématique, science et
technologie, univers social)
Génie – Sciences appliquées
41000
Génie électrique (stage)
Génie géologique (stage)
Génie informatique (stage)
Génie mécanique (stage)
Ingénierie de l’aluminium (stage)
Informatique – Mathématique
20300
Conception de jeux vidéo
Informatique
Informatique appliquée
Informatique de gestion
Mathématique
Lettres et sciences humaines
16000
Activité physique et éducation à la santé
Archéologie
Coopération internationale
Développement régional
Études et interventions régionales
Études littéraires
Géographie
Géographie et aménagement
Gestion des documents et archives
Histoire
Intégration sociocomm. des personnes
ayant une déficience intellectuelle
Interprétation visuelle
Intervention communautaire
Intervention jeunesse
Lettres et langues modernes
Linguistique
Médecine expérimentale
Plein air et tourisme d’aventure
Rédaction
Sciences de l’activité physique
Sciences politiques
Sociologie et anthropologie
Télédétection et cartographie
Travail social
Sciences administratives
15000
Administration
Coaching
Finance
Gestion de l’hôtellerie
Gestion de projet
Gestion des organisations
Gestion des ressources humaines
Marketing
MBA
Santé et sécurité au travail
Sciences comptables
Sciences appliquées
Géologie
Ingénierie
Ressources minérales
Sciences de la Terre
Sciences de la santé
Santé communautaire
Santé mentale
Sciences infirmières
Toxicomanie
Sciences de l’éducation
Psychologie
Sciences fondamentales
Biologie
Chimie
Éco-conseil
Ressources renouvelables
Sciences de l’environnement
Sciences religieuses
Éthique
Éthique de société
Études interdisciplinaires pour les aînés
Expression culturelle des aînés
Intervention pastorale
Théologie
40000
58200
18000
20000
10400
UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À MONTRÉAL (978001)
Arts
10000
Analyse expressive du mouvement
Art dramatique
Arts d’impression
Arts visuels et médiatiques
Connaissance et sauvegarde
de l’architecture moderne
Danse
Design de l’environnement
Design d’événements
Design graphique
Éducation somatique
Études des arts
Études et pratiques des arts
Gestion et design de la mode
Histoire de l’art
Muséologie
Peinture
Sculpture
Théâtre
Arts plastiques
10011
Arts visuels
10011
Musique
10011
Éducation
18000
Carriérologie
Développement de carrière
Éducation
Éducation en milieu de garde
Éducation interculturelle
Enseignement en formation
professionnelle
Formateurs d’adultes en milieu scolaire
Formateurs en milieu de travail
Intervention éducative en milieu familial
et communautaire
Intervention en activité physique
Intervention pédagogique
Kinanthropologie
Enseignement (baccalauréat 120 unités) 11200
Art dramatique (education profile)
Arts visuels (education profile)
Éducation préscolaire et enseignement primaire
Éducation physique (education profile)
Enseignement en adaptation scolaire et sociale
Enseignement de la danse
Enseignement du français langue première
Enseignement des mathématiques
Enseignement religieux et enseignement moral
Enseignement des sciences
Enseignement des sciences humaines
Musique (education profile)
Lettres, langues et communications
11000
Allemand
Anglais
Animation culturelle
Animation et recherche culturelles
Communauté virtuelle
Communication
Création littéraire
Études littéraires
Espagnol
Français écrit
Intervention psychosociale
Scénarisation cinématographique
Sémiologie
Science politique et droit
14000
Administration des services publics
Droit
Droit social et du travail
Gestion des services municipaux
Science politique
Sciences juridiques
Sciences
20000
Actuariat
Analyse chimique
Biochimie
Bioinformatique
Biologie
Biologie en apprentissage par problèmes
Chimie
Développement de logiciels
Écologie
Exploration et gestion des ressources
Génie logiciel
Géographie physique
Géologie
Géologie appliquée
Gestion durable des ressources forestières
Informatique
Informatique cognitive
Informatique de gestion, activité de
synthèse
Informatique de gestion (maîtrise)
Informatique et génie logiciel
Intervention ergonomique en santé
sécurité au travail
Mathématiques
Météorologie
Méthodes quantitatives
Microélectronique
Physique
Ressources minérales
Sciences de la terre
Sciences de l’atmosphère
Sciences de l’environnement
Technologie de l’information
Télécommunications
Toxicologie de l’environnement
Informatique et génie logiciel
(régime coop.)
20050
Sciences de la gestion
15000
Administration
Administration de services
Administration des affaires
Analyse et gestion urbaines
Analyse financière
Assurance et produits financiers
Commerce international
Comptabilité de management
Comptabilité générale
Conseil en management
Économique
Études urbaines
Finances
Finances appliquées
Gestion de projet
Gestion des ressources humaines
Gestion du tourisme et de l’hôtellerie
Gestion et planification du tourisme
Gestion informatisée
Immobilier
Marketing
Perfectionnement en gestion
Sciences comptables
Sciences comptables, rapport d’activités
Urbanisme
Sciences humaines
16000
Éducation morale
Enseignement des langues secondes
Enseignement du français
Géographie (baccalauréat)
Gérontologie sociale
Gestion des documents et des archives
Histoire
Immigration et relations interethniques
Intervention sociale
Interprétation visuelle
Linguistique
Planification territoriale et développement local
Psychologie
Science, technologie et société
Sciences des religions
Sciences du langage
Sciences sociales
Sexologie
Sociologie
Systèmes d’information géographique
Travail social
Géographie (maîtrise)
16010
Philosophie
16011
Travail social année préparatoire
16003
UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À RIMOUSKI
Campus de Rimouski
(978004)
Campus de Lévis
(97804B)
DESS en sciences comptables
15002
(campus de Lévis)
41000
Sciences appliquées – Génie
Génie électrique
Génie mécanique
Génie des systèmes électromécaniques
Ingénierie
Sciences de la gestion
15000
Administration des affaires
Assurance et produits financiers
Entrepreneurship
Gestion de projet
Gestion des personnes en milieu de travail
Gestion des ressources humaines
Gestion des ressources maritimes
Marketing
Planification financière
Sciences comptables
Siences de la gestion (régime coop.)
15050
Gestion de projet
Sciences de la santé
58200
Santé mentale
Sciences infirmières
Soins critiques
Soins infirmiers communautaires
39
Toxicomanie
Sciences de l’éducation
18000
Éducation contemporaine
Enseignement (baccalauréat, 4 ans)
11200
Adaptation scolaire et sociale
Education préscolaire et enseignement primaire
Enseignement professionnel
Enseignement secondaire
Sciences humaines
16000
Administration publique et régional
Communication (relations humaines)
Développement régional et territorial
Déceloppement social et analyse
des problèmes sociaux
Éthique
Études littéraires
Histoire
Pratiques psychosociales
Psychologie
Travail social
Sciences pures et appliquées
20000
Biologie
Chimie de l’environnement et des bioressources
Géographie
Gestion de la faune et de ses habitats
Informatique
Océanographie
Siences de l’environnement
Transport maritime
Études libres
09999
UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC
À TROIS-RIVIÈRES
(978002)
Arts plastiques
10800
Chiropratique
51500
Ens. préscol. et primaire/Ens. secondaire 11200
Mathématiques et enseignement
11210
secondaire – math
Médecine podiatrique
52500
Pratique sage femme
59000
Sciences appliquées – Génie
41000
DESS en génie
Doctorat en génie
Génie chimique
Génie électrique
Génie industriel
Génie mécanique manufacturier
Maîtrise en génie
Sciences humaines
16000
Anglais
Études littéraires françaises
Études littéraires québécoises
Français pour non-francophones
Génagogie
Gérontologie
40
Histoire
Musique
Philosophie
Psychologie
Récréologie
Sciences du loisir
Sciences religieuses et pastorale
Théologie
Travail social
Sciences pures – appliquées – santé
20000
Biochimie
Biologie
Biologie médicale
Biophysique
Chimie
Économie de gest. des syst. P.M.
dimensions
Électronique industrielle
Informatique
Mathématiques
Nursing communautaire
Pâtes et papiers
Physique
Santé et sécurité au travail
Sciences de l’activité physique
Sciences de l’énergie
Sciences de l’environnement
Sciences infirmières
Sécurité et hygiène industrielles
Sc. sociales, administration et éducation 15000
Administration
Économique
Enfance inadaptée
Enseignement
Enseignement en adaptation scolaire
Enseignement du français au primaire
Enseignement professionnel
Enseignement technique
Géographie
Gestion de projet
Gestion des ressources humaines
Gestion policière
Recherche et rédaction
Recherche opérationnelle
Sciences comptables
Sciences de l’éducation
Traduction
UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC
EN ABITIBI-TÉMISCAMINGUE
(Rouyn 978006) (Val-d’Or 97806B)
Administration
Comptabilité
Relations de travail
Arts plastiques
Multimédia
Psychoéducation
15000
10800
17000
Psychoéducation
Sc. du comportement humain
Sciences appliquées
Sciences appliquées – Génie
Sciences de la santé
Réadaptation motrice et sensorielle
Sciences cliniques
Sciences de l’éducation
Adaptation scolaire
Éduc. préscol. et ens. primaire/
Ens. secondaire
Sciences infirmières
Santé communautaire
Service social
Animation
Sciences humaines
Travail social
40000
41000
58200
18000
11200
11200
58000
16100
UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC EN
OUTAOUAIS
(978005)
Campus de St-Jérôme
(97805B)
Administration
15000
Administration
Gestion de projet
Relations industrielles
Santé et sécurité au travail
Sciences comptables
Administration (régime coop.)
15050
Administration
Gestion de projet (coop.)
Relations industrielles
Arts et design
10800
Génie informatique
41000
Sciences appliquées
40000
Informatique
Science et technologie de l’information
Sciences appliquées (régime coop.)
40050
Informatique
Sciences de l’éducation
18000
Sciences de l’éducation
Educ. préscol. et ens. primaire/
Ens. sec. (120 un.)
11200
Enseignement des arts (120 un.)
11200
Orthopédagogie (120 un.)
11200
Sciences humaines et lettres
16000
Animation
Communication
Lettres
Psychoéducation
Psychologie
Sciences politiques
Sciences sociales
Sciences sociales appliquées
Sociologie
Traduction et rédaction
Travail social
Sciences infirmières
58000
STUDIES OUTSIDE QUÉBEC BUT IN CANADA
Codes for Canadian Institutions Outside Québec
The programs offered at the educational institutions listed below are recognized for the purposes of loans only or for the purposes of both loans and
bursaries. The status of certain institutions may change and new institutions may be added once this Guide is published. If in doubt, please contact
the financial assistance office at your educational institution or Aide financière aux études.
Academy Canada (Corner Brook)
Academy Canada of St. John’s
Acadia University
Alberta College of Art and Design
Algoma University College
Algonquin Careers Academy
Annapolis Valley Campus
(Nova Scotia C C)
Applied Multimedia Training Centres
Applied Multimedia Training
Centres (Winnipeg)
Art Institute of Toronto
Art Institute of Vancouver-Burnaby
Ashton College (Vancouver)
Atlantic Baptist University
Atlantic School of Theology
Atlantic Tourism Hosp. Institute
(Holland College)
Bethany Bible College
Blanche MacDonald Centre
Brandon University
Brescia College
Briercrest Bible College
Briercrest Biblical Seminary
British Columbia Institute of Technology
Brock University
Burnaby College
Cambrian College
Camosun College
Camosun College (Lansdowne)
Canadian Bible College
Canadian Business College
Canadian College of Acupuncture
and Oriental Medecine
Canadian College of Performing Arts
Canadian Film Centre
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
Canadian Mennonite University
Canadian Theological Seminary
Canadian Tourism College
Canadian University College
Canadore College AAT
Capilano College
Career College (Calgary)
Career Development Institute (CDI)
(Abbotsford)
Career Development Institute (CDI)
(Barrie)
Career Development Institute (CDI)
(Calgary North)
Career Development Institute (CDI)
(Burnaby)
Career Development Institute (CDI)
(Edmonton City Centre)
Career Development Institute (CDI)
(Halifax)
Career Development Institute (CDI)
(Hamilton Mountain)
Career Development Institute (CDI)
(Surry)
Career Development Institute (CDI)
(Vancouver)
Carleton University
Centennial College
Center for Digital Imaging and Sound
H7459A
H7459B
H1028A
H7340A
H7046A
H7374A
H7209A
H7427A
H7427B
H7409D
H7458A
H7501A
H7315A
H7383A
H7174B
H7417A
H7473A
H7333A
H7058C
H7372A
H7372B
H7154A
H7064A
H7375A
H7097A
H7144B
H7144A
H7351A
H7433A
H7388A
H7445A
H9177A
H1059A
H7446A
H7351B
H7408A
H7195A
H7130A
H7167A
H7456A
H4137P
H7147D
H4137V
H4137I
H4137R
H4137G
H7147C
H4137T
H4137D
H1020A
H7093A
H7458A
H7476A
Centre for Arts and Technology
(Fredericton)
Centre for Arts and Technology (Halifax)
H7476B
Collège Algonquin AAT (Nepean)
H5202A
Collège Algonquin AAT (Pemproke)
H5202C
Collège Algonquin AAT (Perth)
H5202B
Collège communautaire du
Nouveau-Brunswick (Bathurst)
H7189A
Collège communautaire du
Nouveau-Brunswick (Campbellton)
H7189B
Collège communautaire du
Nouveau-Brunswick (Dieppe)
H7189D
Collège communautaire du
H7189C
Nouveau-Brunswick (Edmundston)
Collège communautaire du
Nouveau-Brunswick (Miramichi)
H7189H
Collège communautaire du
Nouveau-Brunswick (Moncton)
H7189F
Collège communautaire du
Nouveau-Brunswick (Saint John)
H7189I
Collège communautaire du
Nouveau-Brunswick (Shippagan)
H7189G
Collège communautaire du
Nouveau-Brunswick (Woodstock)
H7189E
Collège dominicain de philosophie et de
théologie
H1049A
H7397B
Collège Boréal (Hearst)
Collège Boréal (Kapuskasing)
H7397C
Collège Boréal (New Liskeard)
H7397D
Collège Boréal (Sturgeon)
H7397E
Collège Boréal (Sudbury)
H7397A
Collège Boréal (Timmins)
H7397G
Collège de l’Acadie (Argyle)
H7394B
Collège de l’Acadie (Clare)
H7394D
Collège de l’Acadie (Halifax-Darmouth)
H7394E
Collège de l’Acadie (Prince Edward Island) H7394G
Collège de l’Acadie (Petit de Grat)
H7394C
H7394A
Collège de l’Acadie (Pomquet)
Collège de l’Acadie (Saint-Joseph-du-Moine) H7394F
College of North Atlantic (Clarenville)
H7421A
College of North Atlantic (Corner Brook)
H7421B
College of the Rockies (Cranbrook)
H7373B
College of the Rockies (Invermere)
H7373A
Collège universitaire Glendon
H1160A
Collège universitaire de Saint-Boniface
H1074A
Columbia Academy
H7440A
Complections International Canada Ltd
H7415A
Compu College School of Business
(Richmond)
H7377A
Compu College School of Business
(Vancouver)
H7377D
Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary H7064B
Confederation College AAT
H7132A
Connect Institute of Technology
H7457A
Counsellor Training Institute (Vancouver)
H7450A
Culinary Institute of Canada
(Holland College)
H7174C
Dalhousie University
H1029A
Devry Institute of Technology (Calgary)
H7149B
Devry Institute of Technology (Mississauga) H7149A
Devry Institute of Technology (Scarborough)H7149C
Douglas College
H7156A
Durham College AAT
H7153A
Eastern College/Charlottetown
H7377B
Eastern College/Fredericton
H7377F
Eastern College/Halifax
H7377E
Eastern College/Moncton
Eastern College/St-John’s
Eastern Ontario School of X-Ray
Technology
École d’art d’Ottawa
École nationale de ballet (Toronto)
Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design
Everest College (Brampton)
Everest College (Hamilton City Centre)
Everest College (London)
Everest College (Mississauga)
Everest College (Ottawa East)
Everest College (Ottawa West)
Everest College(Scarborough)
Everest College(Toronto)
Everest College(Toronto Central)
Everest College (Toronto South)
Everest College (Windsor)
Faculté Saint-Jean (University of Alberta)
Fairview College
Fanshawe College (London Campus)
Formation Papyrus Training Inc.
Fraser Valley College
Gastown Actors Studio Ltd
George Brown College
Georgian College AAT
Georgian College AAT (Owen Sound)
Grant MacEwan Community College
Harris Institute for the Arts
Heritage Baptist College
Heritage Theological Seminary
Herzing College (Ottawa)
Herzing College (Toronto)
Herzing College (Winnipeg)
Hilltop Security Academy (Surrey)
Hilltop Security Academy (Vancouver)
Holland College
Horizon College and Seminary
Humber College
Huron College (University of Western
Ontario)
Indus Systems Training College
(Scarborough)
Information Technology Institute (Halifax)
Information Technology Institute
(Vancouver)
International Academy of Design
and Technology (Ottawa)
International Academy of Design (Toronto)
International Academy of Merchandising
(Toronto)
International College of Traditional Chinese
Medicine of Victoria
International College of Traditional Chinese
Medicine of Victoria
International Institute of Travel (Toronto)
John Casablancas Institute
Kawartha Lakes Bible College
Kemptville College Agricultural Technology
Keyano College
King’s University College
Kootenay School of the Arts
Kutenei Art Therapy Institute
Kwantlen University College
Kwantlen University College/Richmond
La Cité collégiale (Ottawa)
H7377G
H7377C
H7454A
H7346A
H7341A
H7168B
H4137U
H4137H
H4137X
H4137M
H4137C
H4137N
H7147E
H7147A
H4137Q
H4137L
H4137W
H1079A
H4345A
H7098A
H7441A
H7242A
H7407A
H7105A
H7111A
H7111B
H7165A
H7393A
H7362A
H7362B
H4138B
H4138C
H4138D
H7431B
H7431A
H7174A
H7066B
H7096A
H7059A
H7452A
H7409F
H7409G
H4323C
H4323B
H4343A
H8612A
H8612B
H7448A
H7356A
H7437A
H7090A
H7324A
H7058D
H7423A
H9271A
H8643A
H8643B
H5204A
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Lakehead University
H7117A
Lakeland College Vermilion Campus
H7180A
Lakeland College (Lloydminster)
H7180B
Langara College
H7085A
Lethbridge Community College
H7161A
Lincien College/Business and
Technology
H9209A
Loyalist College
H7100A
Malaspina University College
H7254A
Marine Institute (Memorial University
of Newfoundland)
H7065B
Master’s College and Seminary
H7322A
McKenzie College
H7455A
H7055A
McMaster University
Medicine Hat College
H7235A
Memorial University of Newfoundland
H7065A
Metalworks Institute
H7511A
Michener Institute Applied Health Sciences H7173A
Mohawk College
H7104A
Mount Allison University
H1031A
Mount Royal College
H7119A
Mount Saint Vincent University
H1032A
National Radio Institute (NRI)
H7378A
Nazarene University College
H7371A
New Brunswick College of Craft and Design H7120D
New Brunswick Community College
(Frederiction)
H7120E
New Brunswick Community College
(Moncton)
H7120A
Niagara College
H7102A
Niagara College Glendale
H7102B
Nipissing University
H1045B
North Atlantic College (Bay St.George)
H7421C
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
H7112A
Northern College AAT (Haileybury)
H7091A
Northern College AAT (Kirkland)
H7091B
Northern College AAT (Porcupine)
H7091C
Northern Lights College
H7389A
H7451A
North Island College (Campbell River)
Northwest Bible College
H7428A
Nova Scotia Agricultural College
H1034A
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
H1057A
Nova Scotia Community College (Akerley) H7395A
Nova Scotia Community College (Burridge) H7395C
Nova Scotia Community College
(Institute of Technology)
H7395D
Nova Scotia Community College (Kingestec) H7395B
Nova Scotia Community College (Lunenburg) H7395H
Nova Scotia Community College (Marconi) H7395E
Nova Scotia Community College (Pictou) H7395G
Nova Scotia Community College (Strait Area) H7395F
Nunavut Arctic College (Keewatin Campus) H7332B
Nunavut Arctic College (Nunatta Campus) H7332A
Okanagan College
H7382A
Olds College
H7403A
Ontario College of Art
H7099A
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
H7345A
Ontario Institute of Audio Recording
H7317A
Technology
Pacific Design Academy
H7500A
Providence College
H7363A
Providence Theological Seminary
H7363B
Queen’s University
H7056A
Randolph School of the Arts
H7424A
RCMP Training Academy
H7442A
Recording Arts Program of Canada
H7410A
Redeemer University College
H4333A
Red River Community College
H7418A
Reeves College (Calgary)
H7499A
Regent College
H7348A
Ridgetown College
H7399A
Robetech Institute Inc.
H7357A
H8996A
Royal Conservatory of Music/Toronto
Royal Military College of Canada
H7342A
Royal Roads University
H7426A
Royal Winnipeg Ballet School
H7361A
Ryerson University
H7068A
Saint Mary’s University
H1041A
Saskatchewan Indian Federated College
H7063B
Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology H7425A
Scotia Career Academy Limited
H7414A
Selkirk College (Castelgar)
H7121A
Selkirk College (Nelson Campus)
H7121B
H7288B
Seneca College AAT (King City)
Seneca College AAT (North York)
H7288A
Sheridan College AAT
H7101A
Simon Fraser University
H7051A
Sir Sandford Fleming College (Lindsay)
H7103B
Sir Sandford Fleming College (Peterborough) H7103A
Sir Sandford Fleming College (Haliburton) H7103C
Soft Train Institute
H7453A
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
H7109A
St. Clair College
H7110A
St. Clair College/Thames Campus
H7110B
St. Francis Xavier University
H1001A
St. Lawrence College (Brockville)
H7139A
St. Lawrence College (Cornwall)
H7139B
St. Lawrence College (Kingston)
H7139C
St. Thomas University (Fredericton)
H1042A
Technical University of British Columbia
H7436A
The Institute for Computer Studies (Calgary) H7444B
The Institute for Computer Studies (Toronto)H7444A
The King’s University College
H7355A
H7370A
The Newfoundland Career Academy
The Scool of Makeup Art/Soma
H7498A
The School of Toronto Dance Theatre
H7353A
TMI-Multihexa (Tracadie-Sheila)
H4304I
Toronto Institute of Pharmaceutical
Technology
H7460A
Toronto School of Business (Brampton)
H7312F
Toronto School of Business (Ottawa)
H7312A
Toronto School of Business (St. Catharines) H7312D
Trebas Institute (Toronto)
H7404B
Trebas Institute (Vancouver)
H7404A
Trent University
H7061A
Trinity Western University
H7325A
TriOS College of Information Technology
(Kitchener)
H7439A
TriOS College of Information Technology
(Mississauga)
H7439B
TriOS College of Information Technology
(Windsor)
H7439D
Tyndale College and Seminary
H7349B
Universal Career College Inc.
H7381A
Université d’Ottawa
H1021A
Université de Guelph (College d’Alfred)H7216A
Université de Moncton (Edmundston)
H1039C
H1039A
Université de Moncton (Moncton)
Université de Moncton (Shippagan)
H1039B
Université Laurentienne
H1045A
Université Saint-Paul
H1121A
Université Sainte-Anne
H1072A
University College of Cape Breton
H1156A
University College of the Cariboo
H7344A
University of Alberta
H7053A
University of British Columbia
H7074A
University of Calgary
H7052A
University of Guelph
H7054A
University of King’s College
H1030A
H7082A
University of Lethbridge
University of Manitoba
H7079A
University of New Brunswick (Fredericton) H1033A
University of New Brunswick (St. John)
H1033B
University of Northern British Columbia
H7386A
University of Ottawa
H1021A
University of Prince Edward Island
H1037A
University of Regina
H7063A
University of Saskatchewan
H7066A
University of Toronto
H7070A
University of Victoria
H7075A
University of Waterloo
H7076A
H7058A
University of Western Ontario
University of Windsor
H7078A
University of Winnipeg
H7081A
Vancouver Academy of Music
H7376A
Vancouver Art Therapy Institute
H7497A
Vancouver Career College
H7429A
Vancouver Community College (City Centre) H7402A
Vancouver Film School
H7369A
Vancouver Institute of Media Arts
H7416A
Vancouver School of Theology
H7392A
Victoria Motion Picture School Ltd.
H7434A
Waterloo Lutheran Seminary
(Wilfrid Laurier University)
H7077B
Western Academy of Photography
H7343A
Western Community College
(Stephenville)
H7367A
Western Pentecostal Bible College
H7360A
Wilfrid Laurier University
H7077A
William & Catherine Booth College
H7411A
Willis Business College
H7176A
York University
H7073A
Yukon College
H7435A
STUDIES OUTSIDE CANADA
If you are pursuing studies outside Canada, you must contact Aide financière aux études (AFE) to find out the code of your educational institution and the
procedure to follow to obtain financial assistance. Please note that this matter is addressed in a section of AFE’s Web site at afe.gouv.qc.ca.
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