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TAV College is a private college located in Montreal, Quebec. Founded in 1991, the institution offers vocational and pre-university programs (DEC & AEC) in both English and French. It is located in the Côte-des-Neiges borough of Montreal. TAV College boasts a brand new 65,000 Square foot, building, annexing its original campus on Decarie Boulevard. This state-of- the-art building houses four science laboratories and facilities for career and pre-university programs. TAV College hosts 1000 students who come from a multitude of cultural communities and credits its success to its ability to improve access to quality higher education programs to a multi-ethnic immigrant population.
TAV College provides its students with an environment conducive to study and individualized support that promotes academic success. TAV cultivates an atmosphere supportive of community learning where students help each other, creating a sense of belonging to the school and a stronger commitment to their studies. The teaching methods and schedules used are adapted to the immediate reality of TAV's student demographic to create a favorable climate for their perseverance and success. Students who choose TAV College because they have struggled in high school are given the skills to easily integrate into the university program of their choice. In certain programs, the graduation rate is 100%.
TAV College Wikipedia
Born 25 years ago from a strong desire to provide the community with education and training, TAV College began as an affiliate of Champlain College but is now a private CEGEP recognized and accredited for subsidies from the Quebec Ministry of Education. TAV was founded by Abraham Boyarsky, a professor in Concordia’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
TAV prides itself on being a multicultural institution, where students from diverse backgrounds contribute to a rich and fulfilling educational experience. The aim of TAV College is to help individuals realize their full potential, academically and personally, while respecting their cultural and ethnic diversity. Broader goals are to establish the college as a community resource center for lifelong learning and to train people who are competent, responsible, and well integrated into Quebec society. TAV emphasizes excellence in teaching and academic standards and encourages interaction between faculty and students.
TAV College offers two types of programs: pre-university and career/technical. Pre-university programs take two to three years to complete and cover subject matter that roughly corresponds to the additional year of high school given elsewhere in Canada, as well as university-level introductory courses that prepare students for their chosen field in university. Technical programs vary in length from one to three years and allow graduates to enter the workforce.081.06 Springboard to DCS
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