Payment Options Montreal

At Trebas Institute Quebec Inc., we understand the investment needed to better your career and the impact this may have financially, and this is why we offer several options for to pay their tuition fees.

You can find out more on our payment options section below.

Montreal campus

Our finance department is eager to work with students and parents to find the best financial plan that works for everyone.

  • Students at Trebas Institute Quebec Inc. might be eligible for financial aid assistance from the government of Quebec. Please click here to visit their website.
  • We also welcome applicants from Emploi Québec, Occupational Health and Safety Commission and Quebec Auto and Insurance Company.
  • Lifelong Learning Plan: The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) allows you to withdraw funds from your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) to finance your education.
  • Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP).
  • Student lines of credit through your financial institution.
  • Instalment plan 1: 50% due on the first day and the remaining 50% balance due halfway through program.
  • Instalment plan 2: 25% due on the first day and the remaining balance divided equally per term payable on the first day of the term.
  • Additional assistance in payment plans may apply.

Note: International students are not eligible for some of these financial plans, however, you can pay via instalments.

  • Post-dated cheques (for monthly and instalment plans)
  • Pre-authorized credit card payments (VISA and Mastercard)
  • Cheques, money orders
  • e-Transfer
  • Online Payment

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