Apply as a Part-time, General Interest Student

Apply as a Part-time, General Interest Student

You must submit a complete application to the Continuing Education Office according to the application deadlines (see the bottom of this page).

Once you have an active general interest student file, it is valid as long as you register in at least one course per year. Should you not register in at least one course during a year, you will be required to submit a new application before the posted deadline of your desired start semester.

Steps to Follow

  1. Complete the application form
  2. Provide the following:
    • Acceptable proof of Québec residency
    • A copy of your most recent academic transcript(s)
    • A copy of your CV/résumé
    • Letter of intent. Briefly describe your academic history, your activities since you last studied, your reasons for selecting to apply and your motivation to undertake university-level study at this time, and the reasons you believe you will be academically successful if admitted.
  3. Pay the registration fee of $65 payable by:
    • Cheque payable to Bishop’s University
    • Credit card in person or by telephone (MasterCard or Visa accepted)
      Telephone: 819-822-9670
      Toll Free: 1-877-822-8900
    • Cash or debit card in person at the Business Office (see Campus Map, B12)
  4. Submit the complete application package to Continuing Education in one of the following ways:
    1. In-person at the Continuing Education Office during business hours:
      • Office of Continuing Education
        Nicolls Building, Room 209 (see Campus Map, B15)
        2600 College St., Sherbrooke QC  J1M 1Z7
    2. By mail:
      • Office of Continuing Education
        Bishop’s University
        2600 College St.
        Sherbrooke QC  J1M 1Z7

Application Deadlines

In order to register in courses, you must submit your application by the posted deadline:

Start Semester Spring 2019: May 6, 2019

  • Registration (add/drop deadline): May 10, 2019

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