Frequently asked questions about the Quebec Experience Canadian immigration program.
|Principal Applicant||CAD $785|
|Spouse, de facto spouse||CAD $168|
|Each dependant child||CAD $168|
- Results of a recognized French test demonstrating at least a B2 level of oral French;
- Final transcripts attesting to at least three years of secondary or post-secondary education completed entirely in French. If the course of study was completed in a country in which French is not the official language, a letter from the institution attesting that the applicant completed his or her studies entirely in French is also required to supplement the transcripts;
- Final transcripts from an eligible French course taken in Quebec, in a recognized institution. This course can be at the secondary, college, or university level. The lists of recognized courses in 2016 can be found here:
- a bachelor’s degree (university undergraduate);
- a master’s degree (and an MBA);
- a doctorate;
- a Diplôme d’études collégiales techniques (DEC – diploma of college studies);
- a Diplôme d’études professionnelles (DEP – diploma of vocational studies) of at least 1800 hours of study or more;
- a Diplôme d’études professionnelles (DEP – diploma of vocational studies) followed by an attestation de spécialisation professionnelle (ASP – attestation of vocational specialization) totaling a minimum of 1800 hours of continuing education and leading to a particular trade;
- Two separate DEPs amounting to 1,800 hours together are not eligible.
Work experience acquired full-time under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program, International Experience Canada (IEC) (Working Holiday, Young Professionals or International Co-op Internship) or Work Placement which is not related to a program of studies in Quebec may be taken into account if applicants meet all the requirements of the PEQ.