MCLIU President Raad Jassim with Michael Loft, retired Academic Associate, School of Social Work, at the ceremony of the relocation of the Hochelaga Rock and the launch of the Provost’s Task Force on Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Education.

Winter 2017 Course Postings

Apply soon! Deadline is October 21.


Verify your Teaching Qualification Requirements from the Priority Points List.

Vérifiez vos exigences de qualification pour l’enseignement d’après la liste de points de priorité.

Where to check your TQRs

You can find your TQRs on the last column of your updated
Priority Points List as shown here (click to enlarge).

Comment vérifier vos EQEs?

Vous pouvez trouver vos EQEs sur la dernière colonne de votre
mise à jour liste des points priorité (cliquer pour agrandir):

Winter 2017 course posting and application timeline

Please verify course postings in your hiring unit at your department’s website.

Courses may become available after the regular posting period (article 15.06). This kind of late posting has a very short period of two days only to apply for the course. Please check the website of your hiring unit regularly.

Course Posting and Application Procedure (Article 15.04, 15.07)

Day: 1-15 5 working days 15 working days 10 working days
  Course Posting Application period continues Department to send contracts Employees to accept/reject contracts
Oct 1-Oct 15
(latest posting date)
Oct 17-Oct 21 Oct 24-Nov 11 Oct 24-Nov 25

Timeline for School of Continuing Studies PTP English and French course (Article 24.07)

  Course posting (latest) Application deadline Contracts offer (latest) Return signed contracts (latest)
November 1 November 20 December 7 December 14

Course Application Form

for download and printout

Formulaire de candidature

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