Education in Montreal

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With access to six universities and twelve junior colleges in an 8 kilometer (5 mi) radius, Montreal, Quebec (Canada) has the highest proportion of post-secondary students of all major cities in North America. This represents roughly 248,000 post-secondary students, one of the largest numbers in the world.

Urban francophone universities[edit]

Urban anglophone universities[edit]

Suburban universities[edit]

College[edit]

High school graduates who wish to go on to university must first complete two years of college (as an alternative, some students spend two years in American prep school)

Dawson College

Other post-secondary institutions[edit]

Miscellaneous education[edit]

The Chinese language supplemental school JiaHua School of Montreal (French: École JiaHua de Montréal, simplified Chinese: 佳华学校; traditional Chinese: 佳華學校; pinyin: Jiā Huá Xuéxiào) operates in Montreal. As of 2004 it has 800 students, who attend francophone and anglophone day schools, and 51 teachers. It offers mathematics, French, and English remedial classes in addition to Chinese classes. Most of the teachers are parents who have university degrees; they volunteer at the school.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Campus map", "Concordia University". Accessed May 17, 2008.
  2. ^ "Campus Maps", "McGill University". Accessed May 17, 2008.
  3. ^ http://www.dessau.com/fr/projets/college-jean-de-brebeuf
  4. ^ Leon, Rocky. "Learning their mother tongue: Thousands takes classes in Montreal. Community-based groups strive to preserve Chinese culture in sea of English and French." The Gazette.January 18, 2004 Sunday Final Edition. News: Faces of Montreal; Pg. A9. Available on LexisNexis.