New regulation from the Quebec Ministry of Immigration and a new Immigration Consulting Cegep Program

Vanier College and Cégep de Saint-Laurent will each be offering a new Attestation d’études collégiales (A.E.C) program in Immigration Consulting starting April 2011. The introduction of this program is timely given the new regulation of the Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities (M.I.C.C.), which came into effect on November 4, 2010. Getting official recognition This […]

From B.C. to Newfoundland – 27 teams are coming to Vanier College for business competition

Montreal, February 8, 2011. In a no-holds barred face-off, twenty-seven top-notch teams from across the country will need all their wits and expertise if they hope to win a medal in the 2011 Vanier College BDC Case Challenge, set for February 12-13, 2011. Now in its sixth year, the Vanier event has become Canada’s biggest […]

Vanier teachers in Mexico for 26th SOMECE Symposium

In late October, three Vanier teachers travelled to Monterrey, Mexico for the 26th annual SOMECE (International Symposium on Information Technology in the Classroom). Organized by the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), the SOMECE conference focuses on the use of ICT (Information Communication Technology) in the classroom and brings together teachers and experts from around […]

Vanier College Language School and Marguerite Bourgeoys School Board create a partnership to teach languages

Aiming to maximize the use of their resources and market their expertise abroad, the Vanier College Language School and the Institut international des langues Marguerite Bourgeoys School Board, have entered into a partnership to offer French and English courses to international students. While both institutions have expertise in teaching languages, both recognized that they complemented […]

2010 Vanier College Social Science Festival: Creating Change and Celebrating Diversity

From evolution, to climate change, oil addiction, crime scene science, gender issues and matters of the heart and mind – since 2001, the Social Science Festival, an established tradition at Vanier College, has been offering a week-long festival of events highlighting the work of social scientists. This year two captivating speakers open and close the […]

Vanier student bound for England to represent North America at the PATW international engineering competition

Although astronomers may be able to look at large areas of the sky and collect information on asteroids, comets and other celestial objects, they still don’t have the time or resources to figure out what exactly they are seeing. Leave it to 19-year old Vanier College Science student Santiago Paiva to find a solution. Santiago […]

Back to Cegep.com: A new website to help adults who want to go back to Cegep

Vanier College is proud to join the management teams of the Continuing Education and Corporate Services Departments of Québec’s 48 public colleges, under the aegis of the Fédération des cégeps, to launch a new internet website called Back to Cegep.com. Designed for adults seeking to continue their education, streamline their skills or redirect their careers, […]

Aiming to use his tech know-how to help people earns Vanier student a 2010 ISA scholarship

“It was a day that started off badly when I lost my lab coat, but that definitely got better when I opened my email.” That’s because when Joshua Alfaro, a second-year Vanier College Industrial Electronics student, opened his email he learned that he had been awarded a 2010 ISA (International Society of Automation) Education Foundation […]

Set to build a career: Vanier student receives a 2010 Meritas bursary from the Quebec Order of Professional Technologists

For Vanier Architectural Technology student, Bijova Milli Nath Chowdhury, it’s a great way to wrap up three years of hard work and studies and take the next step in building her career. Already a multi-scholarship winner, Bijova Milli Nath Chowdhury, can add another award to the list of her accolades: a 2010 Meritas bursary from […]

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