- 85Acceptance Rate
- 8Available Programs
- 13850Average Cost
- 90Employment Rate
In 2018, TAV College announced the plans to erect a third campus building, which will be ready to welcome students by the Fall of 2021. This new building will allow TAV to continue to expand the educational offerings as well as further develop the enriched learning experience.
International students entering the DEC (Diploma of College Studies) programs must have completed schooling that is considered equivalent to a high school diploma issued by the Quebec Ministry of Education (MEES).
For AEC (Attestation of College Studies) programs, your prior schooling must demonstrate your ability to undertake College studies should you not have a high school diploma. All international students must successfully complete the TAV College English Language Admission Test to verify language proficiency.
IELTS - 6.0
TOEFL - 70
Scholarship & funding
At TAV College, a full or partial tuition credit may be awarded on the basis of financial need. The tuition credit is intended to help students who are unable to pay the TAV college tuition. The amount of financial aid will be calculated on the basis of parental/family income, family size, the student’s own income as well as bursaries awarded by the MELS. The tuition credits awarded by TAV College is meant to supplement rather than to replace Government of Quebec Student Loans and Bursaries.