Free 2018 International Student Handbook
Located in Montreal, Canada’s second largest city, the Montreal Public English Board of Education is the largest English Public Education Bureau in Quebec. It was founded on July 1, 1998 by the former Christian Education Bureau of Montreal, the Catholic School Council, Jerome. - The Leroy Student Council and St. Croix Student Council were formed together.
The EMSB consists of 38 primary schools, 26 secondary schools, 11 adult and vocational education centers, and a total of approximately 35,000 students. The Rosemount Technology Center is the largest English vocational training institution in Quebec. The St-Pius Cookery School enjoys a worldwide reputation. Over the years, the teaching quality of 98 English and French education bureaus in Quebec ranked first.
To enroll students from primary and secondary schools and vocational training students who meet the conditions in the world and apply for a student visa to Canada to receive pure Western education
English Public Education Bureau of British Columbia, Quebec, Canada, EMSB, ETSB, NFSB, RSB, etc., enrolls 6-17 year olds worldwide Primary and secondary school students, with student visas, go to Canada to receive pure Western education.
Applicable age: 6-17 years old schoolchildren
Admissions grade: Grades 1-11
School Nature: Public
City: Montreal, Canada
Language requirements: Do not need TOEFL IELTS scores
Good students: More than 90% of the students in the school are from ethnic families.
The cost of studying abroad is low: tuition fees are about 50,000 yuan per year, and tuition and living expenses are about 120,000 yuan per year.
High degree of safety: The Public Education Bureau serves as the student’s first guardian and is responsible for student safety. Since the moment of arrival in Canada, students have entered the protection network formed by Canadian Education Bureau + School + Canadian Guardian Family.
The teaching quality is guaranteed: all public schools, recognized by the world, good reputation.
Bilingual education: Québec is a bilingual province where students can learn English and French at the same time and easily master the three languages of English, Chinese and French. The official language of Canada is English and French. English and French are the necessary conditions for the entry of Canadian civil servants.
There is no need for TOEFL and IELTS scores: After the assessment by the education consultants, a specific plan for students’ comprehensive use of English skills will be determined, and their positions will be assigned according to the actual situation.
Short time: After the end of the 11th year of study, pass the exam to get enough credits to get a Quebec high school diploma in Canada.
It is easier to apply for a university: After obtaining a high school diploma in Canada, it is easier to apply for a prestigious international school, and it is easier for Quebec to study for McGill University.
Parents can accompany them: Students' immediate parents (parents, grandparents, etc.) can accompany students to study.
List of Documents
- Application form completed and signed by parents and students
- Academic supplementary information form completed and signed by parents and students
- Student assessment form, officially completed and signed by the original school
- Current and past two years of transcript translation
- Personal Information Authorization Form (applicable to students who have turned 18 at the time of registration)
- Copy of passport home page
- Vaccination notarized
- Guardian Notary, Parent and Guardian
- TOEFL or IELTS report (for 12th grade applicants)
- Accommodation family application form (if applicable)
- All fees payable
1. Submit the above documents and application fees to Admission Office, International Education Services.
2. Once the student is accepted, the acceptance letter and receipt will be sent to the student or student's agent
3. Apply for a Study Visa Study Permit
4. After receiving a study visa, prepare to leave Canada
Tuition fee: about 50,000 yuan/year
Registration fee: 250 CAD (non-refundable)
The Montreal Public School Board does not provide accommodation for students. Students need to find homestay families.
Students in grades 10 and 11 need to earn 54 credits, of which at least 20 credits are earned in grade 11.
The following are the courses and credits that must be passed to successfully obtain a high school diploma.
Note: French is a required course for Canadian English schools as a second language. International students have other academic qualifications. The Education Bureau can apply for a waiver order to the Ministry of Education.