ACADEMIC AID & COUNSELLING

A large number of refugees, immigrants and undocumented refugees require academic aid in many forms. A large number of students arrive in Canada without the ability to provide documentation of their previous educational history, such as transcripts and academic evaluations. Academic equalization is required in conjunction with counselling in order to ensure a smooth transition. We will be offering TOEFL training, English, and French classes, one-on-one tutoring, tutoring classes, as well as academic equalization services. This will be offered to students of all ages, with the majority of work carried out by our interns and long-term academic counsellors.


In our efforts to help and empower newcomer students, we have created the "IELTS Preparation Classes" to help students better prepare for their English Proficiency test and have an easier time getting admitted to university or get employed. 

Registration for the fall session is now open. To register to the IELTS classes, fill out the form below before August 28 and we'll get back to you after the registration deadline. Places are limited and based on a first-come-first-served basis. Be sure to register early!

Details and admission criterias for these classes are listed on the form. If you have additional questions or comments, please send an email to communications@therefugeecentre.org

In our efforts to help and empower newcomer students, we have created the "French Classes" to help students better integrate into Quebec society.  

Registration for the fall session is now open. To register to the French classes, fill out the form below before September 11 and we'll get back to you after the registration deadline. Places are limited and based on a first-come-first-served basis. Be sure to register early!

Details and admission criterias for these classes are listed on the form. If you have additional questions or comments, please send an email to communications@therefugeecentre.org