A BEAUTIFUL natural SETTING
Located near the world-famous Mont-Tremblant Resort, the new Mont-Tremblant International College (CIMT) will welcome students from all over the world.
The College will provide high-quality education centred on sports and international education, offering both the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (Quebec Ministry of Education) curriculum and the internationally recognized Cambridge IGCSE program.
The sports-oriented program will utilize the outstanding facilities available at Mont-Tremblant. The international program will focus on language learning, arts and culture. Courses will be offered in both French and English.
The student/teacher ratio of 10 to 1 demonstrates the importance the College places on personalized teaching and individual development.
The College plans to receive one hundred students in its first year, all of whom will be staying in residence.
A rich and stimulating environment
a top-rated international destination!
The Mont-Tremblant area offers extraordinary opportunities for sports-oriented students and anyone wishing to enjoy the benefits of a healthy, natural environment. Nearby the College, you’ll find:
- Mont-Tremblant National Park, the largest national park in Quebec
- Mont-Tremblant Resort, world renowned for its alpine-style village and major sports events
- Domaine Saint-Bernard, an outstanding protected ecological park
- Mont-Tremblant cross-country ski centre with its more than 100 km of trails
- Prestigious golf courses, including Le Diable, Le Géant and La Bête
- The André Lemaire Mont-Tremblant International Tennis Academy
The CIMT will be accessible via the Mont-Tremblant International Airport, located just 35 km from the College, which offers direct flights to/from New York and Toronto.
The CIMT location
The choice of site for the college campus was based on an exhaustive analysis of the various characteristics of institutions similar to the CIMT project in Canada, the United States and Europe. The key factors were:
- Outstanding natural space surrounding the College
- Minimum area of 65 acres
- Safe destination and site for the student population
- Seamless integration into the surrounding countryside
- Close to activity sites that add to the distinctive character of the location (ski resort, national park, hiking trails, golf, tennis, etc.)
- Access to Lac Ouimet and Rivière du Diable
The superb mountainside setting of the College campus will be enhanced by the following characteristics:
- Only 15% of total space will be devoted to the campus itself (buildings, sports and playgrounds, parking, etc.)
- 85% of the site will be preserved in its natural state
The high-quality infrastructure will be designed to blend in perfectly with the natural setting. Constructed with traditional materials and an architectural style tailored to the environment, the buildings will feature large windows, inviting common areas and signage that respects the natural character of Mont-Tremblant.
It should be noted that all healthy and mature trees on-site will be preserved.