Registering at Centre Lartigue
You can register if you are 16 years of age or older on July 1st of the year you are registering for.
Throughout 2020-2021, we have sessions starting on the following dates:
July 2th 2020, September 3th 2020, October 27th 2020, January 5th 2021, March 3th 2021 and May 4th 2021.
We offer 3 different schedules:
- 8:30 to 15:35 (30h / week)
- 8:30 to 12:55 (20h / week)
- 17:30 to 21:50 (16h / week)
If you are a beginner, you can register at any time between 9am and 7pm from Monday to Thursday or between 9am and 3:30pm on Fridays.
If you have some knowledge of French, you will need to be evaluated by a teacher. It is possible to do so from Monday to Friday at 11am or on Tuesday at 5pm.
Since certain classes fill up quickly, we suggest that you register as soon as you decide you want to study with us.
If you need more information, you can contact us at 514-596-4433.
For inscription, it’s preferable if you begin the registration online:
At the time of registration, you must present the following documents:
If you were born in Canada…
- Your birth certificate.
If you were born outside Canada…
- Card of Permanent Residency, or Citizenship Certificate
- Confirmation of permanent residency
- Card of Canadian Citizenship
- Documentation asking for asylum
- Work permit: call us or visit us to find out if your type of work permit is recognised by our centre
Proof of Residency
If you possess the following:
- A Canadian birth certificate
- A permanent residency card
- A confirmation of permanent residency
- A Canadian Citizenship card…
…you must also bring your Québec Health Insurance card or your Québec Drivers License.
However, if you don’t possess any of the documents of proof of residency above, you must provide an invoice (Bell, Hydro, Cellphone etc), or a bank statement under your name.
Certain restrictions can apply. To find out more information concerning your eligibility, contact Centre Lartigue at 514-596-4433.
Eligible students privileged to receive admission at no personal cost must only pay for the Student Card.
Students not eligible to receive admission at no personal cost must be evaluated to determine which fees below are applicable to them at time of registration
- Student courses:$40 per semester (2 semesters per year, January-June / July-December)
- Photocopied material: $10 for each 2 month session/level
- TFI (International French Test) Course Preparation Guide: $65
- TFI exam fee: $110
- Parking (daytime/night-time): $50 per each 2 month session/level
If you are in Canada as a student or with an open work permit, you might have to pay the full tuition fees as follow:
4 hours / day
2 hours / P.M.
4 hours / evening
|July 2nd 2019
September 3rd 2019
|September 5th 2019
October 25th 2019
|October 29th 2019
December 20th 2019
Payment Methods Accepted:
- Cash or Debit card only.