Application for admission

Admission is the first step in accessing the FTSR programs at the ITIM. To do this, you can obtain the Application for Admission form from the ITIM Registrar's Office or download the  PDF version. You must then complete it and submit a duly completed application form including all the required documents, ie a copy of the birth certificate, copies of your diplomas, copies of your transcripts. The request must be submitted no later than 30 days before the date scheduled for the start of the courses for each session, either by e-mail or by postal mail or on site at the Registrar's Office. The Registrar Office will provide you with the official ITIM decision by sending you an admission letter by email.

Once admitted to ITIM, the staff will guide you in your move to become a student of
Université Laval on the ITIM campus, in an evangelical setting. This dual status will allow you to receive, at the end of your training, a diploma issued by Université Laval.

Before taking any steps, you must check the admission sessions and ensure that you meet the admission requirements of the program.

The candidate is 21 years of age or older and holds a Quebec Secondary School Diploma (DES) or equivalent (for example, a diploma of professional studies or a certificate of qualification). secondary education) AND who has had a break in school for at least 2 consecutive years.

Eligible for the Certificate and Baccalaureate programs is any candidate with a Diploma of Collegial Studies (DCS) from Quebec or the equivalent.

If you need advice, you can call (438) 765-6319 and speak with Mr. Guy Goujou, the Registrar of ITIM, or (514) 773-4045 and speak with Dr. Koffi Badjago, Chief-executive officer of ITIM.


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