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SUMMER SCHOOL

SUMMER 2018 – no courses will be offered

Champlain Lennoxville sometimes offers General Education courses intensively in June.  For more information, please contact us by e-mail or at 819 564-3666 ext. 124

Summer courses information

*The following information is for students who are not currently studying at Champlain-Lennoxville, but at another Cégep.  Students from other Colleges are welcome with a commandite only (no new student admission for the summer courses).  Students who are currently registered in classes at Champlain-Lennoxville should consult Omnivox for registration procedures.

Deadlines:

  • To Register: The College reserves the right to cancel any course due to insufficient enrolment.
  • Confirmation of the summer courses will be done by MIO and an invoice will be placed on Omnivox. All tuition fees must be paid before the first day of class.  All other fees must be paid at registration.
  • Deadline to be deleted from a course: prior to the 1st day of class. Must be done in writing (MIO accepted).
  • Drop deadline (once the course has started): with partial refund only.

 

Courses offered on-line * you can do it from home!  And here’s how…. VIA Q & A

Fees per course:

Tuition fees 2$/hour + 50$ course fee (non-refundable) + 20$ administration fees [5$ registration fee (non-refundable), 5$ student services fee and 10$ auxiliary service fee]

 

  • Example: for a 45hr course = 90$ tuition fees + 50$ course fee + 20$ administrative fees = 160$. (70$ due at registration of which 55$ is non-refundable if the course is offered)

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CO-OP (ATE)

Confirm and clarify your career choice

Champlain Lennoxville is now is registered with the Quebec government as an ATE/Work-Study partner. This Co-op option is offered in 2 technical programs: Accounting and Management Technology and Computer Science Technology (suspended until fall 2019).

 

The co-op option is an excellent opportunity for students to confirm and clarify their career choice. It also permits students to apply the knowledge acquired in the classroom to an actual work context with a series of two paid summer work placements over the course of their studies. Eligible students will receive help in finding, applying for, and securing summer jobs that are pertinent to their field of study. In addition to helping fund their education, students who successfully complete two work placements will receive a note of participation on their official college transcript. Students interested in participating in this enriched learning opportunity should check the general and specific eligibility criteria and contact the co-op coordinator for more information.

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General Eligibility Requirements for students in AMT:

All students must meet the following requirements in order to qualify for a co-op placement:

 

  • Be registered as a full-time student in the program;
  • Meet specific eligibility requirements for each co-op placement;
  • Complete the co-op confirmation form;
  • Remain in good academic standing during the semester prior to the placement;
  • Registered for full-time studies after the placement;
  • Pay the co-op administration fee;
  • Be eligible to work in Canada*.
  • International students consult the Canada Citizenship & Immigration website and the Champlain-Lennoxville Registrar’s Office for more information. Please note that some positions may be open to Canadian citizens only.

End of Year One Placement – Specific Eligibility Requirements

In addition to the general eligibility requirements noted above, students must meet the following specific requirements in order to be eligible for their first co-op placement:

 

  • Have successfully completed all first semester program-specific courses;
  • Be enrolled in/have successfully completed all first semester General Education courses as scheduled within the program profile and have successfully completed a minimum of one English (Prep or College) course and be enrolled in one French course;
  • Attend any preparatory activities mandated by the College (including workplace etiquette, interview skills, CV writing).
  • Have a 70% or higher average after their first semester.

End of Year Two Placement – Specific Eligibility Requirements

In addition to the general eligibility requirements noted above, students must meet the following specific requirements in order to be eligible for their second co-op placement:

 

*Have successfully completed all first, second, and third semester program-specific courses;

 

*Be enrolled in/have successfully completed all first, second, and third semester General Education courses as scheduled within the program profile and have successfully completed a minimum of two English courses and two French courses;

 

*Attend any preparatory activities mandated by the College;

 

*Have a cumulative average of 70% or higher after their third semester;

 

*Have received an overall performance rating of average or better in their first co-op placement.

DEC-BAC

Champlain College has signed DEC-BAC agreements or partnerships with various universities in all of their technical programs:

 

In Special Care Counselling, DEC-BAC agreements are available with UQTR and the University of Calgary

 

In Accounting and Management Technology, graduates may complete a Business Administration degree in as few as ten correspondence courses with University of Fredericton. They may also complete a Business Administration degree in one year at Griffith University in Australia. (Download brochure below)

 

In Computer Science Technology (revised program to be offered in Fall 2019), a DEC-BAC agreement with Bishop’s University is available. Graduates of the Computer Science Technology program may complete a Bachelor of Information Technology degree in one year at Griffith University in Australia. (Download brochure below)

 

In Nursing, the College is a partner in the ‘Estrie-Beauce-Montérégie’ – Université de Sherbrooke consortium, wherein the successful nursing graduate can pursue studies in a two year (full-time) Bachelor of Nursing Science degree. Graduates can also apply to similar baccalaureate programs in several other universities in Québec, where bridging programs (passerelle) are offered to continue on to the baccalaureate degree in nursing at the university level. Consult specific universities for details.

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