You want to take on-site classes in Longueuil?
Or are you looking for distance education courses?
No problem! You can choose the format you prefer. You can choose to study on-site or by distance education. Please note that our English programs are not available on a full-time basis. You can only register full-time if you can take French classes to supplement.
Normally once a week on the IBQ campus, or another location. Your physical presence is mandatory.
On-site courses over an intensive week instead of once a week. Students have until the end of the session to hand in the assignments.
Part of the course is offered on-site (physical presence required), another part is offered through distance education.
The course takes place on site every week. The student comes on-site, or can choose to participate live through the Zoom application.
Synchronous Distance Education
Every week at a set time through the Zoom application.
Asynchronous Distance Education
Students follow the course through our virtual course platform on the internet according to their own schedule (pre-recorded videos, open activities over a period of time, etc.) with deadlines to be met. May include a limited number of live virtual meetings via the Zoom application (optional) but with the recording available afterwards.
NOTE THAT FOR SOME OF THESE COURSES, STUDENTS MAY HAVE TO TAKE THE EXAM ON-SITE AT THE IBQ OR AT A REGIONAL CENTRE.
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The course offer is chosen according to the needs of IBQ students and the teachers’ availability.
Students with the Laval University must register twice for your courses: once with IBQ and once on the Laval University portal. On your UL portal, search for the course using the acronym (e.g. THL-1000) and the name of the IBQ professor, as course titles may vary from one institution to another. If there is a…Read more