Technical programs in Design, Graphic Communications and Architecture

Studying in Montreal, Canada

Having been designated a “City of Design” by UNESCO, Montreal is clearly a stimulating place in which to study design, graphic communications and architecture! These fields are suited to people who have an aesthetic sense, are avant-garde and enjoy designing different things. The job market needs them in a variety of sectors, including environment, transportation and construction.

Programs offered

“Cégep” is a term used in Quebec to describe a college offering the first level of post-secondary education. (The name is an acronym derived from the French for “general and professional teaching college.”)

At the moment, we only offer DCS (Diploma of College Studies). We will be offering ACS (Attestation of Collegial Studies) shortly. Stay tuned!

About our DCS programs in Design, Graphic Communications and Architecture

The DCS (Diploma of College Studies), better known by its French name and acronym, Diplôme d’études collégiales (DEC), involves 3 years of study, leading to the title of technician. The DCS is designed for individuals who are aiming to enter the job market but may consider going on to university.

Choose the program that interests you

Below are all the technical programs offered in this field of study. Choose carefully!

About our ACS programs in Design, Graphic Communications and Architecture

The ACS (Attestation of Collegial Studies), also known by its French name and acronym, Attestation d’études collégiales (AEC), involves 10 to 18 months of study, and can facilitate your entry into the job market in your chosen field. The ACS is designed for individuals who want to change careers or consolidate skills that were acquired in another country but may not be recognized in Montreal, Canada.

Choose the program that interests you

Below are all the ACS programs offered in this field of study. Choose carefully!

Discover Montreal

Recognized for its quality of education, Canada has a well-established reputation as a tolerant, non-discriminatory and safe country. Montreal, predominantly French but multilingual, is Canada’s second largest city and ranked the best city in North America for international students.