Orientation

Important update

To find out about the adjustments to university admission requirements for the start of the 2020-2021 academic year related to COVID-19, please read the following documents:

Orientation service

The Lycée Claudel’s orientation service is offered to Lycée Claudel students to support them in their exploration and reflection on academic and vocational guidance.

To help students better understand the different university programs and their opportunities on the job market, but also to help them better know themselves, the Lycée organizes several orientation activities and individual interviews.

For more information on our guidance services :

Élodie Bouvier, Guidance counsellor
orientation@claudel.org
613.733.8522 #615

For parents of 2nd grade students

Explore your options

In general path, in addition to the lessons common to all students, you will follow speciality lessons. In second grade, you will choose three speciality courses. In première year, you will keep only two for the Terminale year. Try out combinations of speciality courses that will open up horizons to a rich and varied universe of training and professions by using the selection aid tool.

Information meeting for Secondary School students: Towards Baccalaureate (In french only) 

Part 1 : Présentation générale de la réforme
Part 2 : Présentation des spécialités
Part 3 : Orientation et modalités de choix des spécialités

Information session for 2nd grade parents : Questions-answers    (In french only)

For parents and students in Première and Terminale

Preparation for higher education (in french only) 

Preparing for entry into higher education

The website of the National Information Office for Education and Professions

ONISEP provides information on French educational institutions, national and regional training opportunities and professions. Free downloadable information guides are available on the official website (in french only) as well as information capsules on professions and training.

To request a report card

Students must apply for university admission before completing the application form. Please note that all report cards or other documents required by the universities will be sent directly by the student or by a family member to the desired institutions within the prescribed deadlines.

With the exception of early admission applications, it is recommended that students complete their university applications online as of November 1, so that their report card package is received before the university application deadlines.

Applications are to be sent to the universities in three steps:

  • November: the report cards of previous years (i.e. Second and/or First year classes)
  • February: first semester of senior year
  • End of June: second semester of Terminale and the results of the baccalaureate

Request for official university report cards

Students who need to send their applications to universities by post can request their report cards in paper format by completing the form below. Please allow a delay of 5 working days to obtain the documents at the reception desk. We thank you for anticipating your requests according to the deadlines communicated to you by the universities.

List of Canadian universities that require official copies of paper grades in sealed envelopes.

For more information:

Élodie Bouvier, conseillère d’orientation
orientation@claudel.org
613.733.8522 #615

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Continuation of studies

The education provided at Lycée Claudel offers our students a very wide range of possibilities. With a 100% university admission rate and above average French baccalaureate results (100% success), our students are prepared to excel in the most prestigious universities in Canada, France or abroad.

Here is the complete list of universities and programs where students from the 2019 class have been accepted:

CANADA :

Uottawa :

  • Civil law, international economics
  • Economics and mathematics
  • Sales and marketing
  • Political science and economics
  • Human Resources Management
  • International development
  • International Economics: Conflict and Human Rights Studies
  • Biomedical sciences
  • Bac commerce, major in accounting
  • Biomedical mechanical engineering
  • Biopharmaceutical Sciences
  • Physics and electrical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Medicine
  • Biochemistry
  • Software engineering
  • Chemical engineering

 

Carleton :

  • Software engineering
  • Multimedia and design
  • Neurosciences

 

Sherbrooke :

  • Economics and mathematics
  • Human Resources Management
  • Medicine

 

Concordia :

  • Sales and marketing
  • Mechanical engineering

 

McGill :

  • Cinema and criminology
  • International development and philosophy
  • Physical
  • Engineering and engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Trade

FRANCE

  • Paris Sorbonne : Audiovisuel
  • Université de médecine de Bordeaux

 

 

HEC :

  • Commerce

 

Université De Montréal :

  • Economics and mathematics
  • International development
  • Engineering
  • Dental medicine

 

Polytechnique Montréal :

  • Electrical engineering
  • Civil engineering
  • Software engineering
  • Mechanical engineering

 

Université de Toronto :

  • Economics and mathematics
  • Cinema and psychology
  • Architecture

 

Ryerson (Toronto) :

  • Trade
  • Cinema and criminology

 

Waterloo :

  • Biomedical engineering co-op
  • -op Mathematics

 

Sudbury :

  • Massage therapy

 

Queen’s Kington :

  • Bachelor in Economics
  • Physical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering

ÉTRANGER :

  • Dublin University
  • Harvard
  • Stanford
  • Princeton