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Study in Canada

We are aware that students having been through other educational systems than Québec's and may be asking themselves plenty of questions. This is why we have placed as much information as possible at your disposition to make things easy for you.


In the heart of the city of Montreal, Inter-Dec College has successfully brought together elite cohorts over the last 50 years. Our teachers are professionals in their respective fields, passionate and respected. Their mandate is to provide quality education and respond to their students' needs while adapting to societal shifts and labour market trends. 

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Inter-Dec College offers programs that respond to students' needs with programs that bridge college level education and the various outlets, be it the industry, organizations or university. Here is a list of diplomas accredited by the ministère de l'Éducation, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche (MEESR):

  • a diploma of vocational studies (DEP)
  • an attestation of college studies (AEC)

Programs leading to a DEP or an AEC are called Vocational Programs. These studies prepare students to directly access the work place. They can fulfill positions with a company or start their own business.

Short courses are also offered and allow students to gain a skill set directly applicable in the job market.

For a complete list of our offered programs, consult the Programs section of our site or speak to one of our advisors to learn more.

Admission requirements

Here are the admission requirements specific to each diploma :

AEC : To be admitted to an AEC program, a person must be deemed by Inter-Dec College to have sufficient prior training and satifiy one of the following conditions:

  • To have interrupted studies for at least 2 consecutive semesters, or one year
  • To hold an agreement between an employer and the College
  • To have completed at least one year in post-secondary studies

DEP : To be admitted to a vocational program leading to a DEP, you must be at least 16 years of age on September 30th of the current academic year, have secondary 3 units in the language of instruction, second language and math or their equivalent (in accordance to articles 232 and 250 of the law)

For more information, apply online now or meet with one of our admissions advisors to complete your application. Our advisors are happy to help.