LaSalle College
Jean-Paul Morin, a fashion designer, founded LaSalle College (French: Collège LaSalle) in 1959 in the LaSalle district of Montreal, Quebec. The college is the largest bilingual college in North America, with over 60 pre-university, technical, and professional programmes. Fashion, Arts & Design, Hotel Management & Tourism, Business & Technologies, Social Sciences & Education, VFX & Game Design, and E-learning are the six schools that make up the college.

Cost of attendance

LaSalle College's typical tuition prices range from 16,500 CAD to 99,000 CAD, depending on the programme. Online programmes are reasonably priced, ranging from 14,172CAD to 20,727CAD.


Students at the institution have a variety of accommodation alternatives. Homestay, student house (private rooms), and student residential flats are all common options for lodging. The weekly lodging rates for the various housing options range from 180 CAD to 1,695 CAD. The typical off-campus cost of living in Canada for a student ranges from 15,000 CAD to 20,000 CAD, depending on lifestyle and preferences. This varies from province to province in Canada.

Acceptance rate

Over 17 000 students attend the College, which is distributed across nine countries and 23 locations. International students from more than 110 countries make up about 40% of the student body at the school. The college admissions process is hard since the college is extremely selective in screening potential students, with an acceptance rate of 64% on average.


LaSalle College Vancouver (LCV) is housed in a stunning 80,000-square-foot building in Vancouver. The campus is close to everything, including the metro, stores, sports centres, hospitals, cinemas, pharmacies, and supermarkets. The Vancouver campus of LaSalle College is conveniently located at the foothills of the West Shore Mountains and on the Pacific Ocean coast. LCV is also a part of the LCI Education network, which includes 23 campuses across five continents. The campus provides adequate facilities for students to learn and acquire knowledge. Vancouver is a fantastic destination to learn because of its user-friendly public transit, closeness to magnificent scenery, and ecologically concerned society. The campus also has locations in Istanbul, Colombia, Indonesia, Monterrey, Barcelona, Melbourne, Casablanca, and Tunis.


La Salle University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) and holds several affiliations with professional associations.

Jobs and Placement

LaSalle College Vancouver offers students career assistance. The team provides students with essential information to assist them plan their careers. The college provides placement services to its students, such as workshops and seminars on resumes and cover letters, interviewing, and networking skills. It offers internships and freelance opportunities to its pupils. Other career services include one-on-one mock interview training, portfolio presentations with local employers, and job search assistance, including a database of employers who have hired its alumni. Graduates of Lasalle College earn an average base salary of $79k.

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