Université de Hearst offers undergraduate programs in French on three campuses located in Hearst, Kapuskasing and Timmins.
The University has grown over the years and expanded its services in three communities. Thousands of people have been able to pursue university education in their region and over 1,000 have earned a degree. Most of these graduates have found work in North-Eastern Ontario.
The University offers its students a whole range of services, including resource centres, learning commons, computer labs, interactive videoconferencing classrooms, French consultation centres, residence and cafeteria.
Université de Hearst offers undergraduate three-year and four-year programs in the following fields:
- business administration * (4 years)
- interdisciplinary studies (3 and 4 years)
- management (3 years)
- psychology (4 years)
- social services (4 years)
- translation (4 years)
* offered in Hearst and Kapuskasing
Benefits of studying at UdeH
- studying in a smaller institution fosters closer ties between professors and students;
- it’s easier to adapt to university life in a smaller institution;
- studying in one’s own community limits costs to tuition fees and educational supplies;
- the University offers several scholarships and bursaries;
- the institution offers solid training and a quality education.
Tuition fees are $523 per 3-credit course. The tuition cost of full-time studies (30 credits) for the 2013-2014 school year is $5,230.
Ontario high school graduates with an average of at least 70 % in six Grade 12 courses at the 4U/M level are eligible for full-time studies at Université de Hearst. Students with a somewhat lower average might be admitted on a trial basis. These students are required to succeed in the courses identified by the admission committee.
Students from a college of applied arts and technology can be admitted to Université de Hearst on the basis of their academic achievement. In some cases, it is possible to obtain transfer credits.
A person who is at least 21 years old by December 31st, who has not been enrolled in an educational institution for at least one year, can be admitted as a mature student.
Following is an overview of some of our generous scolarships we offer yearly. You can also view the detailed list here.
Mgr Louis-Levesque Scholarship ($3,000)
This scholarship will be awarded to the student with the highest average in six Grade 12 courses at the 4U/M level. The minimum average required is 85%. To be eligible for this award, students must enroll in full-time studies at the University immediately after finishing their secondary school.
Merit Bursaries ($6,000 to $8,000)
These bursaries are awarded to students with an average of 80% or more in six Grade 12 courses at the 4U/M level. These bursaries of $2,000 per year are renewable for second, third and fourth year students, provided that they are registered for full-time studies and that they maintain an 80% average or better each year. To be eligible, students must enroll in full-time studies at the University immediately after finishing their secondary school.
Academic Bursaries ($3,000 to $4,000)
A yearly $1,000 academic bursary will be granted to students who are enrolled in full-time studies at the University (30 credits). These bursaries are renewable for second, third and fourth year students.
Part-time students will receive a bursary of $100 for each 3-credit course and $200 for each 6-credit course.
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