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Dialogue McGill, the McGill Training and Retention of Health Professionals Project, contributes to Quebec’s initiatives to ensure that English-speaking Quebecers have access to the full range of health and social services in their own language through measures designed to build and maintain a sufficient complement of health and social services personnel capable of providing services in English.

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MWCN partners with McGill Dialogue’s Retention Program, offering opportunities to apply for bursaries that provide support to students across Quebec with English & French language skills pursuing full-time studies in Health & Social Services.

-Any students studying in programs approved by Quebec in the Health Care sector can apply.

 

-A wide range of programs are accepted in the application process, from Vocational Training, Cegep, and University levels. (See list of programs)

When the time comes, MWCN and various other organizations across Quebec, can help with the application process.

PROGRAMs ELIGIBLE
FOR BURSARIES

Vocational Training:

  • Assistance and Nursing

  • Dental Assistance

  • Institutional and Home Care

  • Assistance Pharmacy Technical Assistance

CEGEP:

  • Audio prosthetics

  • Biomedical Laboratory Technology

  • Biomedical Analysis technology

  • Dental Hygiene

  • Diagnostic Imaging

  • Dietetic techniques

  • Environment, Health & Safety at work

  • Medical Electrophysiology techniques

  • Medical Records Management

  • Nuclear Medicine Technology

  • Nursing

  • Nursing Care

  • Orthotics and Orthopedic Prosthesis techniques

  • Physiotherapy techniques

  • Physiotherapy Technology

  • Pre-hospital Emergency Care

  • Radio diagnostic technology

  • Radiation Oncology

  • Recreational Intervention Techniques

  • Respiratory and Anaesthesia Technology

  • Respiratory Therapy techniques

  • Social Service

  • Special Care Counselling

  • Social Work techniques

  • Special Education techniques

  • Techniques of Intervention in Delinquency

  • Visual orthotics techniques

University:

  • Art Therapy

  • Audiology

  • Biomedical Engineering

  • Cert. In Native & North. Student Pers. Advising

  • Certificate in Special Education

  • Clinical Psychology

  • Communication Sciences and Disorders

  • Communications (Human Relations)

  • Community Health

  • Community Intervention

  • Community Nursing

  • Creative Therapies

  • Criminology (Clinical Orientation)

  • Critical Care

  • Dentistry

  • Dietetics and Human Nutrition

  • Diploma in Human Relations and Family Life

  • Environmental and Occupational Health

  • Ergonomics

  • Human Behavioral Sciences

  • Kinanthropology

  • Kinesiology

  • Medicine

  • Mental Health

  • Midwifery practice

  • Motor and Sensory Rehabilitation

  • Neuroscience

  • Nursing

  • Nursing Science

  • Nurse Practitioner

  • Nutrition

  • Occupational Health and Safety

  • Occupational Rehabilitation

  • Occupational Therapy

  • Optometry

  • Pedagogy

  • Pharmacy (Masters)

  • Physical Rehabilitation

  • Psychosocial Intervention

  • Psychosocial practices

  • Physiotherapy

  • Psychoeducation

  • Psychology (PhD level)

  • Public Health

  • Radiobiology

  • Recreation

  • Sexology

  • Socio-economic integration of people with intellectual disabilities

  • Social Gerontology

  • Social Intervention

  • Social Work

  • Speech Therapy

  • Special Education

  • Speech and Language Pathology

  • Substance abuse interventions

  • Toxicomania

  • Visual Interpretation

  • Youth Intervention

For more information please contact

Lorie at 514-425-0399 or by email at lorie@mwcn.ca

Supporting English-Speaking Community

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