Partnerships

Take part in our bilingual exchange program with Brébeuf in your fourth semester at Marianopolis

Go beyond language and beyond the classroom to total immersion in culture, clubs, sports and life in general at our partner college. Your transcript will show that you studied on exchange for one semester and you will receive a Marianopolis diploma, as well as an exchange program certificate. Only a limited number of students are accepted in the exchange program. You can apply in the fall at the start of your second year at Marianopolis.

Our Music and Double DEC programs are unique in Quebec thanks to our partnership with the prestigious Schulich School of Music of McGill University

Marianopolis music student benefit from private instruction from McGill Music professors in addition to the exceptional academic preparation for university studies for which Marianopolis is known. Our music students can also audition for McGill Orchestra, Wind, and Jazz ensembles, and sing in the McGill choirs.

Marianopolis offers a Sport-Études program geared toward athletes who are also strong students

Sport-Études at Marianopolis takes care of your unique needs as a high-performing student-athlete: you achieve both your athletic and educational goals without losing your competitive edge or sacrificing your academic success.

Sport-Études at Marianopolis offers you:

  •  Adapted educational services, including priority registration to create class schedules according to your training and competition needs
  •  Extended studies into additional semesters, if desired
  •  Online courses via Cégep à distance
  •  Access to a designated academic advisor at Marianopolis, who works closely with you throughout your studies
  •  Personalized support from the academic success counsellor at Alliance Sport-Études, an organization that helps elite student-athletes at the post-secondary level balance academics and athletic training and competition
  •  Opportunities to win scholarships through the Alliance's foundation
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