Pathway ProgramsCégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles (Cegep GIM)


Your Pathway to CanadaCégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles (Cegep GIM)

Located at the eastern tip of Québec, Canada, the Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles is a bilingual (French and English) public institution of higher learning with a student population of about 1250

It is made up of multiple campuses across Quebec including Gaspé, Carleton-sur-Mer, Grande-Rivière, Îles-de-la-Madeleine, and Montreal. Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Iles offers exciting programs in Business, Technology, Tourism and Healthcare to international students aimed at building employable skills for the future.

The Cegep’s slogan, “Study in a unique natural environment”, was chosen because the location of its campuses in remote regions allows students to enjoy an exceptional natural setting.

Student success is an institutional priority. From day one of their college education, students have access to various academic support measures including personal academic counseling, a guidance service and teacher-student tutoring.

Studying at the Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles provides students with a high quality education in a personalized learning environment!

Cégep de la Gaspésie et des ÎlesOther information

Start dates
Depends on the program, please contact our University Pathway department.
Application Deadline
3 months before
Language Requirement
BLI English level 9
If you need accommodation during the time you are taking your program please contact our housing department.
Technology Programs

This program is designed to help students master the computer tools used in financial management. Future accounting technicians will easily be able join small or medium-sized enterprises. They will be able to hold a variety of jobs, including as an accounting clerk responsible for computerized financial management.

At the end of their program, students will be able to perform the following tasks:

· Assist a manager in making decisions pertaining to problems associated with finance and general administration
· Post accounting transactions
· Help manage accounts receivable
· Evaluate manufacturing costs
· Analyze and interpret financial statements and ratios
· Calculate cost prices
· Complete income tax returns
· Plan and organize financial activities (budgets)


The objective of this program is to train operational level project managers who have to plan, organize, coordinate and monitor projects carried out by internal or external resources. The learning process is focused on the application of project management techniques as a means to enable graduates of the program to better serve their clients who impose major constraints with respect to timelines, costs and technical performance.

The program’s specific objectives are to develop the student’s abilities and skills so that he or she will be equipped to:

Properly define a project to meet its requirements and constraints and break it down into controllable elements;

· Scale the requirements, control the economic dimension of project development and create project value;

· Determine, evaluate and manage project risks;

· Better manage priorities, calendars, peak workloads and quantitative resource conflicts in a multi-project and matrix environment;

· Facilitate the allocation and coordination of human and material resources and maximise their utilisation;

· Efficiently manage a project team;

· Manage performance and control scheduling in a multi-project context;

· Make realistic cost estimates and monitor costs and budget variances;

· Plan purchasing and manage sub-contractors, suppliers and interfaces;

· Efficiently administer contracts


The Transport and Logistics Management program trains students on how to organize the transport of goods locally, nationally and internationally, and according to logistical principles that ensure fluidity from the reception stage to the delivery stage on the markets.

At the end of the program, students will know how to:
· Prepare and organize
-the shipment and receipt of goods
-the local, national and international transport of goods, in compliance with the laws and regulations governing it.
· Establish optimized routes.
· Analyze transport demands and goods to be transported taking into account several elements of various kinds.
·  Choose the best mode of transportation to meet customer service and profitability goals.
·  Negotiate transport tariffs.
· Complete the documentation required in relation to the type of transport used (customs, billing, etc.).
· Insure the clearance of goods at customs.
· Use warehouse, inventory and distribution management techniques.


The mobile application programmer applies skills that are specific to the development of applications. He or she writes, modifies, integrates and tests software codes. He or she identifies and communicates technical problems, procedures and solutions as well as prepares reports, manuals and other documents dealing with the status, operation and maintenance of software.


Computer Science Technology Software Testing program prepares students to work with Business requirements and design test plans, write test cases, testing applications using functional and automated testing methods.


The Global Supply Chain Management (ACS) program is designed for students interested in pursuing an exciting career in Supply Chain Management. We created this program in response to the growing demand for Supply Chain and Logistics professionals by the business community in and around Montreal and globally.

Our students become specialists in the global fields of product procurement, production, transportation, warehousing, and distribution.

Businesses in Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain commonly use Information Technology as an enabler to run their operations smoothly. For that, we have integrated an IT component into the program to ensure that our graduates have well-rounded skills to help contribute efficiently to a dynamic work environment.


Academic requirements SDS and Non-SDS countries: Bachelor or equivalent

Language proficiency requirements SDS and Non-SDS countries: Fluency in English with an overall band score of 6.0 of IELTS with no band less than 6.0 preferred or 6.5 of IELTS with no band less than 5.5 preferred in any one individual module.

Child Care Programs
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION | AEC | 2 Years (4 semesters)

A childhood educator works with children between 0 and 12 years of age. The Attestation of Collegial Studies program prepares future educators so they can fulfill the following tasks and responsibilities:

· Address the basic needs of children. Childhood educators must ensure the safety of the children in their care, evaluate their needs (hygiene, comfort, sleep, diet), give them the appropriate care and assess the pertinence of interventions

· Address the children’s psychological and educational needs. Childhood educators must establish significant relationships with the children in their care. They must maintain an atmosphere conducive to the evolution of the child or children through their interventions dealing with individual and collective behaviour. Educators must create a life environment conducive to the children’s psychomotor, cognitive, language, social, affective, and moral development

· Work in partnership with different individuals. Childhood educators must work in close cooperation with parents and other community partners to achieve consensus as to the necessary interventions with children. A good knowledge of the educational daycare service network and other related networks and the ability to take into consideration the family and social realities encountered allow educators to adjust their interventions and understand their full scope

· Participate actively and regularly in daily activities and team meetings with their colleagues

· Design and revise the educational program, combining flexibility and thoroughness, in their quest for educational coherence

Admission Requirements

To be admitted to this program you must:

  • Have a bachelor degree
  • Have successfully completed BLI English level 9
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • A copy of a valid passport
  • A copy of your birth certificate in English or French, notarized and translated
  • A copy of your Bachelor degree and transcript in English or French, notarized and translated
  • A copy of CAQ
  • A copy of the study permit
  • Proof of French level (BLI level or Official exam)
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