Trebas Institute

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Trebas Institute / Institut Trebas
TypePrivate, for-profit
Established1979
Parent institution
Global University Systems
PresidentLuisa Tanzi
Location
CampusMontreal, Toronto
WebsiteOfficial website

Trebas Institute is a Canadian private, bilingual, post-secondary college that offers music, film and management programs, with campuses in Montreal, Quebec, and Toronto, Ontario.

History[edit]

Trebas Institute, also known as Institut Trebas, was founded in 1979 by David P. Leonard.[1]

In May 2020, Trebas was acquired by Netherlands-headquartered private education company Global University Systems.[2]

Trebas was voted as one of the best institutions "where to train as an artist" at the Toronto Star 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards in October 2020.[3]

As of January 2021, only international graduates from select programs offered at Trebas Institute’s Quebec campus in Montreal are eligible to receive a Canadian post-graduate work permit (PGWP). The institution’s programs at the Ontario campus in Toronto are not PGWP-eligible.[4]

Alumni[edit]

Notable Trebas alumni include Grammy Award-winning music producer, Mike Piersante; music producer, Jeremy Harding (from Sean Paul's 2009 album, Imperial Blaze); Megadeth singer and guitarist, Dave Mustaine; and singer, songwriter and producer from France, Dominique de Witte.[5][6][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kaptainis, Arthur (2020-11-06). "David P. Leonard & The Trebas Institute: Forty years of sound advice". Myscena.
  2. ^ "GUS Canada expands to Montreal". The PIE News. 2020-05-25.
  3. ^ Evans, Sarah (2020-10-02). "2020 Readers' Choice Awards: Where to train as an artist". Toronto Star.
  4. ^ "Designated Learning Institutions list". Government of Canada. Retrieved 2021-01-28.
  5. ^ "Student Success | Montreal Film Audio School | Trebas Institute Montreal". Trebas.com. Retrieved 2011-09-03.
  6. ^ "Réussites d'étudiants". www.trebas.com. Retrieved 2016-07-15.
  7. ^ "Blogue | Ecole Cinema Montréal | L'Institut Trebas". blog.trebas.com. Retrieved 2016-07-15.

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