Founded in 1968, Cégep André-Laurendeau includes 13 pre-university programs, 13 vocational programs, 12 sports teams, and many continuing education and business service programs. It also includes two college centres for the transfer of technology (CCTT): the Institut d’Innovation en Logistique du Québec (IILQ, Quebec Logistics Innovation Institute) and Optech. Since 1991, Cégep André-Laurendeau has been part of the International Baccalaureate (IB) network, recognized in over 150 countries.
1111 Lapierre Street,
Montreal (LaSalle), Quebec
Study programs at Cégep André-Laurendeau
As you can see, there are many technical and pre-university programs available to you. Take the time to review them to decide which one best suits your interests.
Design, Graphic Communications and Architecture
Natural and Health Sciences
Arts, Literature and Communications, Music, Dance, Visual Arts
12 educational institutions to choose from
The chance to choose from among 12 institutions is a rare privilege. To help you make your choice, we recommend that you start by selecting a program and then looking at where it is offered.
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255 Ontario Street East, Montreal, Quebec H2X 3Y6, Canada
3040 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, Québec H3Z 1A4, Canada
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