Collège Boréal signs mobility agreements with European institutions

Collège Boréal signs mobility agreements with European institutions

Collège Boréal signs mobility agreements with European institutions

Monday, July 11, 2016 – Sudbury – Collège Boréal

Groupe picture, Mobility agreements for students

Anne Delannay, International Relations, HEPH-Concordet; Pierre Riopel, President, Collège Boréal; Cécil Josse, Director, Technical Category, HEPH-Concordet; Pascal Lambert, Director-President, HEPH-Concordet; Claudia-Ann Malette, Strategic Development, Collège Boréal; Axel Alliez, Boréal International, Collège Boréal.

Students at Collège Boréal will now have the opportunity to expand their horizons, thanks to the possibility of school exchanges in Belgium and France. Recently, Collège Boréal signed its two first overseas mobility agreements with the Haute École Provinciale de Hainaut Condorcet (HEPH-Condorcet) in Belgium and the École Pratique de Service Social (EPSS) in France.

 

It should be noted that Collège Boréal and these two institutions share a number of areas of interest and similar educational objectives. By signing these agreements, these institutions commit to encourage their student population to benefit from travelling to another country to learn. Moreover, these agreements will foster academic and sociocultural cooperation, allowing for exchanges of information relevant to the programs and courses they offer.

 

The agreement with EPSS applies first and foremost to disciplines associated with community services such as Social Work, Early Childhood Education and Child and Youth Work, while the agreement with HEPH-Condorcet pertains to technical and scientific areas of expertise, such as Agriculture, Computer Sciences, Automation, Mechanics and Chemistry.

 

These three year agreements will enable students in France, Belgium and Canada to increase their knowledge and immerse themselves in new cultural experiences, allowing a greater understanding of the world.

Quotes

“We are particularly proud of how this project has evolved; it certainly fits perfectly with our objectives set out in the 2015-2020 Strategic Plan. A study trip will enrich students’ post-secondary experience, thanks to the relationship established between the participants and the host communities, the cultural richness and the consolidation of knowledge. It will truly be an exceptional experience for participating students. ”

Pierre Riopel, President, Collège Boréal

Quick Facts

Established in 1995, Collège Boréal is a French-language postsecondary training and learning institution dedicated to the development and growth of French communities throughout the province.

Since 1995, over 116,000 clients across Ontario have benefited from College Boréal’s expertise relating to postsecondary education, training programs, services for immigrants, and services pertaining to employability. Collège Boréal offers a wide variety of services in 35 access centres in 25 communities across the province. Furthermore, Collège Boréal has developed and implemented over 60 articulation agreements with other postsecondary institutions.

According to the Key Performance Indicators recognized by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, Collège Boréal now holds the top-ranking position in four out of the five areas surveyed! Out of all Ontario colleges, Boréal has the highest student satisfaction rate, graduation rate, graduate satisfaction rate, and employment rate in the province. Moreover, 93.8% of surveyed employers would recommend hiring Collège Boréal graduates!

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705-560-6673, ext. 2720

jacqueline.gauthier@collegeboreal.ca

 


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