Planning Techniques & Town Planning

Technical DCS

Planning Techniques & Town Planning

This program is offered in French only
Who is it for?

This program is dedicated to students willing to work in the field of environment, and to plan residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, agricultural or natural areas.

Collège de Rosemont

Collège de Rosemont stands apart in many ways, particularly in terms of its friendly environment and human scale (3,000 students), as well as its great openness to the different cultures on campus. Whether students wish to go on to university or enter the job market, they will be taught and supported by dedicated, qualified teachers. Collège de Rosemont is a higher education institution that is proud of its culture and traditions. The college is also distinguished by its provincial mandate to promote distance education through Cégep à distance, as well as its original study programs and constant efforts to meet the needs of the student population.

Collège de Rosemont

6400 16e Avenue, Montreal, QC H1X 2S9, Canada

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Once you receive your letter of acceptance

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Approximate costs per year France (France-Quebec agreement): between 300 and 365 $ CAD

Other countries: CAD $ 13,134

General admission requirements:

  • 11 years of studies validated in a general course (or in a technical course whose course is related to this DEC program)
  • Mathematics of the 10th year of studies (in a scientific or technological field)
  • French test passed (for French-speaking colleges)
  • Passed English test (for English-speaking colleges)
  • For specific admission conditions, consult the college where the program is held.

Duration: 3 years or 6 semesters

Application deadline:

Fall 2022: March 31, 2022

Develop and carry out development plans and sketches for particular sites.

Participate in the production of development plans and municipal town plans.

Perform topometric and mapping work.

Perform field surveys, collect and analyze data useful for decision-making.

Participate in the design of urban planning and development standards for built environments.

Check the conformity of construction plans for houses, businesses and industries.

Municipal building inspector and issuance of permits and certificates

Land use planning technician

Urban planning technician

Obtaining a Quebec Acceptance Certificate

It is the first document to obtain when starting your immigration process. By clicking on the button below you will be redirected to a website describing all the relevant information about it.

Obtain a Quebec acceptance certificate
Obtaining a Study Permit

There is a second immigration document that you will need to obtain. After receiving your CAQ, you must apply for a Student Permit, which you can do online. This application will be forwarded to a visa office that processes all applications from your country of citizenship or the country into which you have been lawfully admitted. If you click on the button below, you will be redirected to the website where you will find all the details. By clicking on the button below you will be redirected to a website describing all the relevant information about it.

OBTAIN A STUDY PERMIT
Obtaining health and hospitalization insurance

All international students must hold a valid Canadian health and hospitalization insurance plan for themselves and their accompanying dependents, or they must be covered under a valid reciprocal social security agreement. Citizens of the countries listed below benefit from a reciprocal social security agreement made with Quebec and, as such, may be covered by the Quebec health insurance board (Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec – RAMQ) in the same way as Canadians or permanent residents of Canada. The countries are: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Romania and Sweden. For more information, please consult the reciprocal agreement. All other international students must hold a health and hospitalization insurance plan. The college you will be attending will provide you with information on how to obtain this insurance and the related fees.

OBTAIN HEALTH AND HOSPITALIZATION INSURANCE
Confirming your acceptance and paying the tuition fees

Your letter of acceptance will explain how to complete this final step.

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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.