Trebas Institute offers a wide variety of services for its local and international students.
Whether you study at our Montreal or Toronto campus, you can access a variety of benefits through our various institutional partnerships.
In addition, Trebas Institute team ensures that your academic success and career goals are achieved by offering you the proper tools to succeed.
For more information, please see the sections below.
Trebas Institute offers a range of support services to help students learn, as well as to help them achieve the career of their dreams!
The Student Services Department is an essential part of their overall success. The Internship and Job Advisor helps them prepare for job interviews, recommends effective job search techniques that improve their professional skills.
Trebas Institute's Internship and Job Advisor works with students in groups and one-on-one to create a powerful and relevant CV and helps them make informed career decisions. The knowledge gained at Trebas Institute will benefit you for your entire professional life and the mission of the internship and employment advisor is to maximize employment results after graduation and expand your career opportunities.
Trebas Institute's Internship and Job Advisor provides advice to active and graduate students, including individual career advice, CV and cover letter development, interview techniques and strategies, job search techniques and comprehensive career exploration.
Some programs offered at Trebas Institute include one or more study internships. Our Internship and Job Advisor supports students in their internship search process and provides follow-up so that their integration into the labor market is a rewarding experience.
Trebas Institute's Internship and Job Advisor strives to maintain regular contact with graduates and students actively seeking placement assistance and developing strong relationships with employers looking to hire a skilled workforce.
Trebas Institute's Internship and Job Advisor provides the resources to support individuals in an effective job search.
The Internship and Job Advisor offers workshops on a variety of topics, including career management, job search, CVs, job interviews, networking and the use of LinkedIn in job search.
Stay up-to-date on new job search trends by viewing our various free webinars on the subject. On a regular basis, you will receive invitations to attend and participate in these webinars. Keep an eye on your emails!
Need help or have questions?
The Internship and Job Advisor is there to help. Do not hesitate to contact her at any time or to make an appointment with career service: firstname.lastname@example.org
Laboratories and studios
Students who wish to access laboratories and studios free of charge to complete school work should contact the reception and learn about booking policies.
Classrooms are usually dedicated to classes. However, under certain conditions, it may be possible to book one. Please contact the front desk staff to find out the availability and booking arrangements.
Students of Trebas Institute have access to the lounge for meals. This room is equipped with tables, chairs, a microwave oven, lockers and beverage and snack vending machines. The Student Lounge is available at all times, depending on the regular opening hours of Trebas Institute. Please note that this is not a cafeteria service.
Booking a locker
Trebas Institute makes lockers and padlocks available to students. A refundable deposit of $20.00 per person is required to use this service. It should be noted that double occupancy is required for the use of large lockers. Contact the front desk staff for more information and to book your locker.
Progress of activities
It is possible that, in certain circumstances, the Student Lounge may be used in various activities such as:
- A shoot
- An event organized by students
- A job fair
- A conference
If you would like to book the Student Lounge, talk to your program coordinator. The latter will carry out the necessary checks and inform you of the conditions and terms.
What is it?
If your financial resources are insufficient to allow you to start or continue your studies, be aware that it is possible, under certain conditions, to access financial assistance for studies.
How to proceed?
The request for assistance must be made with the Government of Quebec https://www.quebec.ca/en/education/student-financial-assistance/ which will analyze various factors such as the financial resources available, the student's contribution, school fees and other elements.
We can help you
At Trebas Institute, we have a resource person who can answer all your questions of this nature and help you get financial help whenever possible. For more information, please contact Sara Kande at email@example.com
Offered 24 hours a day and throughout the year, this free service allows you to contact a nurse when a non-urgent health problem arises. You will be able to get answers to your questions and, if necessary, you will be redirected to a resource in the health network.
- Phone: 8-1-1
Information related to sexuality
Resource providing information related to sexuality: Contraception, unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections
Local Community Service Center (CLSC)
Local Community Service Center (CLSC)
These centers are located in each district of the city of Montreal. They offer several services and it is possible to consult a doctor.
- List of CLSC: https://www.bottinsante.ca/CLSC-Montreal-1.html
In case of emergency, you can contact 9-1-1 or go to one of the following Montreal hospitals:
- List of hospitals: https://www.bottinsante.ca/Hopitaux-Montreal-1.html
- List of pharmacies: https://www.bottinsante.ca/Pharmaciens-pharmacies-Quebec-1.html
Do you need help quitting smoking?
- Website: https://tobaccofreequebec.ca/iquitnow/person-help
- Help by phone: 1 866 JARRETE (527-7383)
- In-person help: Quit smoking centres (https://tobaccofreequebec.ca/iquitnow/person-help)
- Help by text message: Free registration (https://www.smat.ca/en)
Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, Drugs: help and referral (DAR) offers support, information and referrals to people affected by drug addiction throughout Quebec. The specialized telephone service is bilingual, free, anonymous and confidential.
- Website : http://www.drogue-aidereference.qc.ca/www/index.php?locale=en-CA
- Phone : (514) 527-2626
In recent weeks, the team of Trebas Institute has been rigorously preparing for the upcoming term to provide you with the best possible student experience. Mental health has been the center of our preoccupations.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the opening of a new student mental health and wellness program, WeConnect.
Trebas Institute will provide though WeConnect to all its active students and their dependents short-term therapy and counselling to improve mental health. These services will be available to eligible students free of charge.
Access to clinical care services is simple and care is immediate by connecting with the intake team.
Several access points are available for the support of student members:
• Clinical response center via phone: 1-888-377-0002
• Via website: https://studentlife.mylifeexpert.com/login/trebas
o Access code : Please reach out to Mounir Bendaoud - Student Services and Partnerships Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Via livechat
• Via iConnectYou Mobile App
Please note that you need your student ID number when contacting counsellors.
Services are available twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week. Diverse counsellor profiles are available.
We hope that with this new service, you will have the support and help you need to improve your mental health and well-being.
Please, do not hesitate to contact us for any questions and comments.
Family help center
The mission of the Family Assistance Center is to provide support and assistance to individuals and families in difficulty, in particular victims of violence, and to take steps for the appropriate bodies providing psychosocial follow-up.
- Website: https://www.centreaidefamille.com
- Phone: (514) 982-0804
Centre des Femmes Interculturel Claire
Open Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., this center helps immigrant women integrate through useful and practical tools: Francization, employment integration, community access to the Internet, advocacy, support and support for women, etc.
- Phone: (514) 325-9116
Entre Parents de Montréal-Nord
Founded in 1985, the goal of the organization is to improve the quality of life of families by putting the parent at the heart of the action. Everyone’s contribution is essential to making the world a better place for current and future families.
- Website: https://www.entreparents.org
- Phone: (514) 329-1233
Virtual space for parents
Website designed to help parents support their young people in an educational and vocational guidance process.
Suicide Action Montréal
You need help? This essential service, which is aimed at people in distress or suicidal, is confidential and free.
- Website: https://suicideactionmontreal.org/en/
- Phone: 1 866 277-3553
Formerly called Gai Écoute, Interligne is a front-line aid and information center for people concerned with sexual and gender diversity.
- Website: https://interligne.co/en/
- Phone: (514) 866-0103
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Government of Canada
- Website: https://www.canada.ca/fr/immigration-refugies-citoyennete/services/etudier-canada.html
- Help center: https://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/index-featured-can.asp
- Phone: 1-888-242-2100 (Only in Canada)
Immigration, Francization and Integration
Government of Quebec
- Website: http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/home.html
- Phone : (514) 864-9191
Concertation table of organizations serving refugees and immigrants
Group of around 100 organizations working with refugees, immigrants and people without status.
- Website: http://tcri.qc.ca
- Phone: 514 272-6060
The city of Montreal offers easy access to community resources. You can obtain information on the various services offered by dialing 211, between 8 am and 6 pm, 7 days a week. This service, which brings together more than 5,000 community organizations, is offered in more than 200 languages!
- Montreal Island directory of community services: https://www.211qc.ca/en/directory/montreal
Information and Referral center of Greater Montreal
This bilingual organization provides free information on social and community resources. The Center quickly directs anyone looking for a response to their needs, including social security, health, work, well-being and leisure, to the appropriate organization.
You can reach the Greater Montreal Information and Referral center by calling (514) 527-1375 or by visiting the following website: http://www.info-reference.qc.ca/www/Home.php?locale=en-CA
There are more than 250 food service organizations in Montreal. If you need help, please visit the following directory: https://www.arrondissement.com/eng/
If you need help budgeting, are in debt or need to defend your rights, the Association Coopérative d’Économie Familiale (ACEF) offers a range of services to this end:
- Individual budget consultation
- Various workshops
- Tax clinic
- Tips and tricks on saving money
- And much more!
ACEF is available in four regions:
- North of Montreal: http://acefnord.org
- East of Montreal: https://acefest.ca
- Southwest Montreal: http://consommateur.qc.ca/acef-som/
- Montreal South Shore: https://www.acefrsm.com
Quebec Health Insurance Authority (RAMQ)
- Website: https://www.ramq.gouv.qc.ca/en/about-us
- Phone: 514-864-3411
N.B: Health and hospital insurance coverage is mandatory in Quebec for international students.
Some countries have an agreement with RAMQ under which their citizens can benefit from RAMQ coverage.
Access to housing in Montreal involves responsibilities and obligations, both for the owner and the tenant: signing the lease, excessive noise, heating a home, renewing the lease, etc. Fortunately, there are some resources out there to help you get the facts straight if you have any questions.
Landlords and tenants' rights and obligations
- Website: https://www.quebec.ca/habitation-et-logement/location/droits-et-obligations-des-locateurs-et-des-locataires/
Tribunal administratif du logement
(Formerly named Régie du logement)
Informs landlords and tenants about their rights and obligations resulting from the rental agreement and on any matter covered by the Act respecting the Tribunal administratif du logement. To this end, it offers a telephone service, one-on-one consultations, free publications and a website to answer people's questions.
- Website: https://www.tal.gouv.qc.ca
- Phone: Montreal, Laval and Longueuil: (514) 873-2245/Other regions: 1-800-683-2245
Regroupement des comités Logement et Associations de locataires du Québec
The main mandate of the Regroupement des comités Logement et Associations de locataires du Québec (RCLALQ) is to promote the right to housing and to be a political voice for renting households and in particular those with low incomes. Through the dissemination of information materials, the organization of popular education activities and collective actions, the RCLALQ mobilizes citizens around issues related to housing law from a collective advocacy perspective.
- Website: https://rclalq.qc.ca
- Phone: (514) 521-7114
Éducaloi is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to inform Quebecers of their rights and obligations in clear and accessible language.
Juripop offers creative, rigorous and accessible legal services so that everyone can assert their rights.
The Quebec Bar: https://www.barreau.qc.ca/en/
Professional order of nearly 28,000 lawyers. Its mission is to ensure the protection of the public.
Montreal Legal Aid Center: https://www.aidejuridiquedemontreal.ca/en/
Legal aid from Montreal and Laval. Offers eligible individuals services to enforce their rights, free of charge or with a contribution.
This center receives anonymous and confidential information to prevent crimes.
- Phone: (514) 393-1133
- Address: 1 Notre-Dame Street East, Office 5.10 (Located between Champ-de-Mars and Place d'Armes metro stations)
- Phone: (514) 393-2083
In case of emergency dial 911.
Why such a policy?
Since its inception, Trebas Institute has promoted a healthy workplace and teaching environment. It is committed to providing its students with an educational environment free of sexual violence and to treating those who report incidents of this nature with dignity and respect. Through its Policy, Trebas Institute is committed to preventing acts of violence, getting involved in awareness, getting involved in training and supporting individuals.
What is the Single Point of Contact?
The Single Point of Contact is a reception, referral and support mechanism set up by Trebas Institute to welcome anyone who wishes to transmit information or in need of support in connection with sexual violence.
The Single Point of Contact is under the responsibility of the Internship and Job Advisor. This person is a trained professional who is empowered to support and treat individuals in distress. This service can be reached at any time at the following email address: email@example.com, by calling (514) 845-4141, ext. 27, or in person, at the Office of the Internship and Job Advisor according to her work schedule.
Everyone in the institute’s community is entitled to the services available if they feel the need.
It is important to stress that the main mandate of the Single Point of Contact is to welcome people with information to pass on and to accompany them in the process and not to conduct an administrative or disciplinary investigation.
It is with great pride that we take the success of our students to heart. In this spirit, we offer a variety of services that stand out, in particular, through an approach that promotes proximity between staff and the student body.
Do you need help to complete your work? Are you stressed about exams? Know that we put at your service a dedicated team focused on your academic success.
Contact Information of Key Persons
Director of Studies
Audio and video post-production
E-commerce and Online Business Management program
To be confirmed
To be confirmed
Digital Marketing & Social Media
Film & Television Production
To be confirmed
Event & Venue Management
Teddy Ngou Milama
Music Business Administration
To be confirmed
Did you know that it is possible to get support from a colleague or classmate or from someone who has recently taken the same course as you successfully?
How to Apply?
Nothing's easier! To do this, all you have to do is send your request by email to your program coordinator (see the list of key people). The latter will take steps with the students to find a suitable and available person to help you. In addition, he will be able to perform personalized follow-up in order to optimize your chances of success. This invaluable help may well prove to be an important success factor for you.
Would you Like to Become a Tutor?
Do you like to share your knowledge and help others? Becoming a tutor presents certain challenges, but it also generates a great sense of accomplishment and pride!
If you would like to join Trebas Institute's Academic Success Support Team, please notify the Director of Studies by email of your interest (see the list of key people). The latter will contact you to discuss responsibilities and terms.
Improving your understanding of the French language can have its share of difficulties. Aware of the efforts you wish to make, Trebas Institute is putting its shoulder to the wheel by supporting your initiative through its free thematic training workshops in French.
- Oral communication workshops
- Text writing workshops
- Text reading workshops
- Workshops for identifying errors and correcting them
- Cultural immersion workshops in French
The workshop schedule, the names of the facilitators, the procedures and the registration forms are regularly sent to you through your inbox on the educational platform. Stay tuned!
Trebas Institute can help you if you are having difficulty learning for medical reasons. Whether you are facing vision, hearing, mobility or other problems, we are ready to offer you solutions favorable to the success of your academic progress.
Please do not hesitate to contact our Director of studies (see the list of key persons) for more information on this subject.
Laboratories and studios
Students of Trebas Institute experiencing technical difficulties with a computer, software or device can contact the Technical Coordinator, Lucian-Mihai Purici, either in person at his office or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Booking filming equipment
Students who wish to book filming equipment as part of a course should first contact the Program Coordinator. The latter will be able to provide detailed instructions on the procedure for booking, recovering the equipment and returning it.
Access to WIFI
Students of Trebas Institute have free access to the WIFI network. The information related to the connection is available to all at the reception.
Access to educational platforms
Students of Trebas Institute can access a variety of educational platforms. If you experience any connection, identification or other difficulties, please do not hesitate to contact Lucian-Mihai Purici, either in person at his office or by email at the following address: email@example.com.
Trebas Institute has recently partnered with Places4Students (a premier website for landlords to advertise their rental properties for students). This will make the process of finding a place to stay in Toronto and Montreal much more straightforward for students.
As a popular and accredited rental platform, Places4Students provides students, schools and landlords with high quality, off-campus housing. As a student, this can take a weight off of your shoulders as finding accommodation can often be a big stress.
The website provides a large real-time database for student housing vacancies in Montreal, Toronto and the surrounding areas. You can easily view property photos, the landlord’s contact information and property features.
We want our students to have an enjoyable and exciting experience while at Trebas - and finding accommodation should not be something to stress over. You can use Places4Students to find an apartment, a roommate or even a short term sublet. Make the difficult stuff as straightforward as possible, so you can focus on training to become the talent of tomorrow!
Places4Students - Montreal
Places4Students - Toronto
Trebas Institute has also secured a partnership with Campus1MTL, the student residence of choice in Montreal. The residency has only opened recently and offers luxury, state-of-the-art amenities in a safe and secure environment.
It is located across the street from McGill University which means there is an innovative and thriving student environment that will allow you to engage with students beyond Trebas too.
This option is ideal for students who are looking for a living arrangement that will allow them to meet new people and experience the heart of the action in downtown Montreal. There are many perks of living at Campus1 - including food prepared daily by talented chefs along with an all you can eat meal plan, a full gym, basketball court and arcade games.
The residence also offers study spaces and private hang-out spots for late night study sessions when you’ve got deadlines to meet and don’t feel like making that trip to the library! Overall, Campus1 is the ideal option for international students and Canada natives alike.
Some of the benefits include:
- Indoor Basketball Court
- Fitness Centre
- Penthouse SkyLounge
- Communal and Quiet Study Rooms
- Movie Theatre
- Video Game Lounge
- Innovation Lounge
- Cardio and Yoga Studio
- Billiards and Ping Pong Lounge
- Games Lounge
- Cooking Facilities & Private Dining Lounge
- Underground Parking
Most of our students come to Trebas with the dream of becoming an industry professional. In order to thrive in music or media, there are a few prerequisites that must be met.
Financial health is important regardless of what industry you go into. However, it is particularly important for those interested in creative industries, which often require a lot of hard labour when you are initially starting out. It is important to have a solid footing and develop healthy habits when it comes to money while you are still studying.
As an international student, you may not be sure where to start when choosing a Canadian bank. To help support you, we have entered into a partnership with the largest provider of banking solutions in Quebec: Desjardins.
By becoming members of Desjardins, international students can now transfer funds to Canada even before arriving in the country. This means you have one less thing to deal with when you do finally arrive.
Desjardins also offers a variety of benefits and services including:
- Access to a bank account with a free monthly plan, including an unlimited number of transactions.
- Access to a credit card including bonuses and rewards.
- Access to exclusive benefits and discounts allowing students to discover Canada at competitive rates (ie travel, gym, restaurants, etc.)
- Access to an extensive network of ATMs.
- Access to the Desjardins mobile application which allows transactions to be carried out in a few clicks.
Are you an international student looking to register at Desjardins?
International students registered at the Trebas Institute can become a member of Desjardins today by clicking here:
Desjardins - Trebas Institute
or by using this QR Code :
As a student at Trebas, you will have a lot on your plate, whether that includes: classes, studying, university events, musical collaborations with friends or fellow students, attending events in your local area and work or other personal commitments.
While you are juggling all of this, important things like student health insurance may slip your mind. Students are often living on a tight budget, and many health insurance plans can be costly. However, the cost of having to pay for an unplanned medical bill can be alarmingly high.
There are several alternatives to cover medical emergencies and health insurance in the market. Students are obliged to have a plan. As a suggestion, Trebas can suggest studyinsured. Nevertheless, this is a student’s choice and Trebas disclaims any responsibility.”
The insurance policy is available to all suitable students and covers medical emergencies, medications and medical visits while providing several other benefits.
Whoever you choose as your provider - don’t neglect organizing student health insurance!
Students at Trebas Institute often spend a lot of their time working online and using digital programmes - regardless of what programme they are enrolled on. We understand the importance of having reliable, high-performance and affordable equipment in order to complete your work to your best ability.
For this reason, we have partnered up with DELL Computers to provide unbeatable discounts and offers for our students in Toronto and Montreal. Students may use DELL to purchase laptops, desktop computers or other PC accessories.
Some benefits of our partnership with DELL:
- Exclusive discounts on current or discounted items
- Dell Advantage Loyalty Rewards
- Free shipping and easy returns
- Quick and easy financing options (subject to credit approval).
Looking to buy a new computer?
Trebas Institute’s students can access the benefits of this partnership immediately by clicking here:
DELL - Trebas Institute
For more information, please contact:
Student Services and Partnerships Coordinator