Schools and Programs
Find what you are looking for
Whether you are searching for high school, college or university program, using the following tools to research your opportunities will help you save time and possibly help you discover other interesting schools or programs.
There is a section for Québec Universities, universities and colleges outside Québec, Canadian universities, and vocational programs.
Scroll down to find specific information tools for university admissions.
Did you know?
St. Lawrence students have access to REPÈRES.
Repères is an extensive educational and career information database. Find information on careers, as well as university, college and high school programs offered in Québec. Read tasks descriptions and find out what the working conditions and educational requirements are for your future career. Contact the Guidance Counsellor to get a user code.
Service régional d'admission Centralized college admissions for 15 public CEGEPS
Colleges & Universities in Canada
Search Programs Canadian Universities
Online and Distance Education
Admissions Guide for Québec Universities
This guide was developed and updated by Collège Mérici and CNDF. It was last revised in December 2016. This is not an official publication. Your first reference is your future university's website. However, this guide remains very useful in getting a general understanding of university admissions and what steps to take.
Not all online courses are necessarily found here. You may also research options by looking at your future university's online information. Some programs do not offer the possibility of distance education, but do offer the possibility of taking some credited distance education courses.
Québec University Websites
Destination Universités Québec
Get a list of universities in Québec, find out when Open House events are held and when they will be visiting your area.
Understanding the R Score
Documents available in French or in English on the website of the Bureau de Coopération Interuniversitaire.
Documents in French were recently updated to reflect a change in how an R score is calculated (effective fall 2017).
To help you understand the R score, watch this video (in French) produced by Jean-François Jarry, Guidance Counsellor at the Cégep de Maisonneuve. Take into consideration that recent changes to the R score are not presented.