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New ideas and excellence are the core values of Université Laval, which over the years has educated and graduated over 312,000 individuals, each of whom in their own way has contributed to the progress of their community and of society as a whole.
For 350 years Université Laval has shown tomorrow’s leaders how to achieve their goals and has demonstrated its commitment to tackling society’s greatest challenges.
Hold a diploma attesting to 13 years of education equivalent to a Québec Diploma of College Studies (DCS, or DEC in French). For example:
Baccalaureate from institutions in most French-speaking African countries
General Certificate of Education (GCE) from an English-speaking country with 3 “A Levels” in subjects preparing for the desired university program.
If you did not complete your primary or secondary education in French, you will have to take the Test de français international (TFI) at an institution that is part of the Educational Testing Service (ETS) network after submitting your admission application.
The university provides scholarships for international students. For more information