The initial meeting and personal information session allow us to gain an understanding of you and your level of motivation.
Your next step is to complete an application for enrollment. This can be done in person or via correspondence. Your application should include:
You may still qualify if you are not a high school graduate, but you may be asked to do a WONDERLIC Basic Skills assessment in both English and math.
Our deadlines are flexible and we can accept new students up until the first day of classes. Once all admissions information has been submitted and reviewed, applicants can expect confirmation of acceptance within the week.
Your application for admission to Trebas Institute can be done by completing the application form online with the help of Education Index consultants.
For assistance, please contact one of our advisors directly filling in the form on the right.
Montreal is one of the most exciting and culturally vibrant cities in the world.
The city is host to numerous internationally renowned events, is a choice filming location for blockbuster Hollywood films as well as an international hub for video game design.
Trebas Institute’s Montreal campus is located in the heart of Montreal’s downtown area surrounded by restaurants, museums, malls, the Place des Spectacles and Centre Bell, home of the Montreal Canadiens’ hockey team.
Toronto is the capital city of the province of Ontario. It is located along the Northwestern shore of Lake Ontario - 1 of the 5 ‘Great Lakes’ and the largest group of freshwater lakes in the world.
As a central economic engine of Canada, this dynamic, multicultural city has great connections to all other cities in Canada and the United States by air, road and rail.
The Trebas Toronto campus is just a 2-minute walk from Wellesley subway station. Union station, the hub of all travel in and out of Toronto, is just 6 subway stops south or a 30-minute walk through the heart of the city.
Surrounding Union Station, you will find Old St. Lawrence Food Market, BMO Stadium - home to Toronto Football Club (TFC), Scotiabank Arena, home to hundreds of concerts and sporting events each year, and the Rogers Centre, home to the Toronto Blue Jays, a baseball team.