TCLoc Master’s Online Application
Admissions are open throughout the year.
Next intake: January 2020.
What you need to apply
Before beginning your application, be sure to keep all the necessary information you need to apply online close at hand:
- Copy of the last degree obtained
- Cover letter
Follow these steps:
- Step 1: Complete the online application below.
- Step 2: Specify whether you are applying for VAPP (see above). This step involves completing a separate application form.
- Step 3: After an initial short-listing phase, you will be invited for a Skype interview.
- Step 4: Complete and submit registration form.
Frequently asked questions
I’ve been a language professional for X years. What if I haven’t graduated from college, or have no degree?
Don’t worry, you can come aboard anyway. You first need to apply for a VAPP (Accreditation of Acquired Professional and Personal Experience or Validation des Acquis Professionnels et Personnels in French), which is an assessment of your skills and experience. Make sure to indicate it in your application. We will then send you the VAPP application form and guide you through the validation process.
How can I apply to the VAPP?
When completing the TCLoc application form, please indicate that you would like to apply for VAPP. We will then send you the VAPP application form and guide you through the validation process.
On the VAPP application form, you will need to demonstrate that you have acquired particular expertise in TCLoc-related domains as a result of professional experience and/or personal background. Please describe specific areas of knowledge and skills that you believe qualify you to register for the TCLoc Master’s.
Once you have completed the VAPP application form, please attach all supporting documents related to your professional experience and/or personal background.
Your application form will be examined in a timely manner by an academic jury.
I’m not sure what I’m supposed to do to apply. Can you help?
I’ve submitted my application. What’s next?
After an initial short-listing phase, you may be invited for a Skype interview with Dr. Renate de la Paix, director of the program. Applications can be sent throughout the year.
Interviews usually take place within ten days of your application.
Admission confirmation usually occurs within two working days.
To start the term, full payment or first installment must have been received by the office of the bursar by July 5th 2019. If you can’t meet the deadline, you will start in January.
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Before submitting your application, please make sure that all of your information is complete and that copies of your last degree earned, your resume, and cover letter are included.