More choices for Franco-Ontarian post-secondary students
Université de Hearst and Collège Boréal sign an articulation agreement
Université de Hearst and Collège Boréal are proud to announce the signing of an articulation agreement that will facilitate access for Boréal students to further their studies at Université de Hearst.
This agreement is specifically aimed at students who are graduating from Collège Boréal's Finance and Business Administration programs across the province. In fact, students who hold a diploma in Business Administration - Accounting, Business Administration Techniques and Office Administration Techniques and who have obtained a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.2 or 80% in these programs will be eligible for the Bachelor of Business Administration and Management program at Université de Hearst as early as the 3rd year. This represents a significant saving of time and money for these students who, at the end of 2 years at Université de Hearst, will obtain a Bachelor's degree in addition to their college diploma.
"Université de Hearst’s Bachelor of Business Administration and Management has a proven track record and is highly regarded for its experiential approach that stands out from other bachelor's degrees in this field. We are pleased to offer Collège Boréal graduates the opportunity to quickly complete a degree that will allow them to further differentiate themselves in today's job market."
Luc Bussières, president of Université de Hearst
"Three of Collège Boréal's main priorities are to increase access to postsecondary education in French, to meet the needs of the job market with highly qualified bilingual graduates and to create strong community partnerships. This initiative responds to these three priorities by ensuring access for our graduates to a promising and relevant path with a partner of choice."
Daniel Giroux, president of Collège Boréal
Martine Laberge, Director of Communications and marketing
Marc Despatie, Director of Communications, Government Relations and the Boréal Foundation