F.A.Q.

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Content and services included in the tuition fees

For the A.E.C. in Recording and Sound Design (program available in French or in English):

Tuition includes:

– 1620 hours of training (including 540 hours of practice, 420 hours of theory, and 660 hours of personal work),

– Access to the online campus including the academic calendar and course materials, video archives of lectures as well as master classes and discounts offered by our partners.

– Free access to Musitechnic Formation studios and laboratories (subject to availability) for the entire duration of the program

– Internship/job offers during and after the program.

Access to the school’s equipment and all workstations equipped with over 235 plugins and audio softwares including : Pro Tools, Ableton Live, Cubase, Studio One, Wwise…

 

For the A.E.C. in Sound Techniques for Video Games and Film (program available in French or in English):

Tuition includes:

– 1575 hours of training (including 495 hours of practice, 420 hours of theory, and 660 hours of personal work),

– Access to the online campus including the academic calendar and course materials, video archives of lectures as well as master classes and discounts offered by our partners.

– Free access to Musitechnic Formation studios and labs (subject to availability) for the duration of the program.

– Internship/job offers during and after the program.

Access to the school’s equipment and all workstations equipped with over 235 plugins and audio softwares including: Pro Tools, Ableton Live, Cubase, Studio One, AWS Sumarian, dear VR, Wwise, Izotope bundle, etc.

Admissions' criteria

Local candidates: 

As an institution recognized by the Ministry of Education, the minimum level of study required is the High School Degree (HSD), or its international equivalent.

If the high school degree has been completed, the candidate must wait 2 sessions before applying. If the high school degree has been completed by equivalence (TENS, adult courses) the candidate can register right away.

This measure applies only to Quebec candidates. Applicants from other provinces can register directly after obtaining their high school degree (or equivalent).

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International candidates:

As an institution recognized by the Ministry of Education, the minimum level of study required is the High School Degree (HSD), or its international equivalent.

– Other technical/vocational training

Note: If these criteria do not match your profile, please contact us to evaluate your eligibility.

Tuition fees

For each of the 16-month programs:

Canadian citizens or permanent residents living in Quebec

Tuition fees for the entire 16-month program are CDN$18,050 :

A non-refundable CDN$250 admission fee is included in the tuition;

You are eligible for loans and bursaries from the Quebec Government, and will be able to pay the remaining CDN$17,800 in 4 installments of CDN$4,450 each, corresponding to the 4 sessions of the program.

Canadian citizens or permanent residents living outside Quebec

The tuition fee for the entire 16-month program is CDN$18,050 :

A non-refundable CDN$250 admission fee is included in the tuition;

You must verify if you are eligible for loans and bursaries in your province, and will be able to pay the remaining CDN$17,800 in 4 instalments of CDN$4, 450 each, corresponding to the 4 sessions of the program.

➢ International candidates

Tuition fees for the entire 16-month program is CDN$22,050 for international students.

A CDN$250 non-refundable admission fee is included in the tuition;

You are not eligible for Quebec loans and bursaries. We advise you to check with your country’s authorities to see if you are eligible for a scholarship for study abroad.

You will be able to pay the remaining CDN$21,800 in 2 instalments (2 x CDN$10,900).

 

For the 24-month fast track program:

Canadian citizens or permanent residents living in Quebec

Tuition fees for the entire 24-month program are CDN$25,050 :

A non-refundable admission fee of CDN$250 is included in the tuition fees;

You are eligible for loans and bursaries from the Quebec Government, and will be able to pay the remaining CDN$24,800 in 6 instalments of CDN$4,133 each, corresponding to the 6 sessions of the program.

➢ Canadian citizens or permanent residents living outside Quebec

Tuition fees for the entire 24-month program are CDN$25,050:

A non-refundable CDN$250 admission fee is included in the tuition;

You must verify if you are eligible for loans and bursaries from your province, and will be able to pay this remaining CDN$24,800 in 6 instalments of CDN$4,133 each, corresponding to the 6 sessions of the program.

➢ International candidates

Tuition fees covering the entire 24-month program are CDN$30,050 for international students.

A non-refundable CDN$250 admission fee is included in the tuition;

You are not eligible for Quebec loans and bursaries. We recommend you to check with your country’s authorities to see if you are eligible for a scholarship for studying abroad.

You will be able to pay the remaining CDN$29,800 in 2 instalments (2 x CDN$14,900).

How to apply?

Contact George Maziotis, Associate Director, Admissions at admissions@musitechnic.com to get answers to your questions.

You may use our online application form.

Please make sure to attach the following scanned documents:

    • Copy of your passport identification page;
    • Copy of your birth certificate;
    • Copy of your most recent diploma;
    • Copy of your most recent transcripts;

    Upon your admission to the program of your choice, you’ll be required to pay the CDN$250 admissions fees (non-refundable).


    [International Candidates Only]

    Once you receive the acceptance letter of from us, you will be able to begin your immigration process.
    In order to study in Quebec as an international student, you will need to request:

    •  An C.A.Q (Québec Acceptance Certificate)

    Document required to enter Quebec territory. Find more information on the application and its average processing time on the Québec immigration website.

    • A Study Permit

    Document required to study in Canada. Find more information about the application and its average processing time on the  Canada immigration website.

    What is the level of English required to attend the English programs?

    The level of English required to take the course in English:

    • IELTS overall score of 6.0 and above, with a minimum of 5.5 per section;

    • We also take into consideration the TOEFL and DUOLINGO (90 required).

    Duolingo English Test
    The Duolingo English Test is an online English proficiency test that can be taken online, on-demand, in under an hour for only $49. The test is taken via a computer with a camera and includes a proficiency score, video interview, and writing sample which are shared with [institution name] when you send your results. Certified results are available within 48 hours of the test session.

    Musitechnic Formation - Our DLI Number

    To apply for a study permit, you need an acceptance letter from a designated learning institution (DLI). A DLI is a school approved by a provincial or territorial government to host international students.

    Musitechnic Formation is a designated learning institution.
    DLI number: O19338447415

    Official Website

     

    Program code to enter on your financial aid application

    For your convenience, Musitechnic Formation has designed this section to help you identify the 5-digit program code you must enter on your financial aid application.

    Musitechnic Formation educational institution code is 749841.

    Program Code for the A.C.S. in Sound Recording and Design: NNC0S

    (if this does not work, try: NNC0S-960)

    Program code for the A.C.S. in Sound Techniques for Video Games and Films: NNC0N

    (if this does not work, try: NNC0N-915)

     

    Degree Equivalencies (US and/or EU)

    Our A.C.S are internationally recognized and correspond to certain equivalences in the United States and Europe.

    If you wish to assess these equivalencies, we invite you to write to info@musitechnic.net in order to obtain more information on the process.

    Extract of 'Loi sur les collèges d'enseignement général et professionnel'

    Article 4.

    Is eligible for a program of study leading to an attestation of collegial studies, the person who has an education deemed sufficient by the college and who meets one of the following conditions:

    • he or she has interrupted his or her studies for at least 2 consecutive sessions or 1 academic year;
    • he or she is covered by an agreement between the college and an employer or benefits from a government program;
    • he or she has pursued post-secondary studies for a period of at least 1 year.

    The holder of a high school diploma or a diploma of vocational studies is eligible for a program of study leading to an attestation of collegial studies designated by the Minister if he or she meets one of the following conditions:

    • the program of study provides technical training in a field for which there is no program of study leading to a diploma of collegial studies;
    • the program of study is covered by an agreement between the Ministry and a Québec government department or agency with respect to training.

    Holders of a diploma of vocational studies are also eligible for a program of study leading to an attestation of collegial studies designated by the Ministry, provided that the program allows them to acquire technical training that is an extension of the vocational training offered at the high school level.

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