Enrichment Mini-Courses Program

The Enrichment Mini-Courses Program is a unique annual event in the world of Canadian education.

Since its creation in 1981, over 50,000 talented students – from grades 8 to 11 in Eastern Ontario, and Secondary II to V in Western Quebec – have been given the opportunity of exploring a field of study or area of interest in a university or college setting. These students have acquired knowledge and skills that will help them achieve academic success and stimulate their interest in pursuing post-secondary studies.

Program Description

The Enrichment Mini-Courses Program is offered every year during the first week of May. During that time, participating post-secondary institutions offer approximately 125 mini-courses, drawing nearly 3000 students from grades 8 to 11 in Ontario, and secondary levels II to V in Quebec.

Mini-courses are offered in a variety of disciplines, such as information technology, psychology, engineering, journalism, music and law. They are highly interactive; they combine brief presentations, practical exercises, laboratory exercises, group discussions and field expeditions; and they provide an unforgettable learning experience!

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When does the Enrichment Mini-Courses Program (EMCP) take place?

May 7 to 11, 2018.

Am I eligible to register to the EMCP?

The mini-courses are open to those students from grades 8 to 11 in Ontario and secondary levels II to V in Quebec who have demonstrated excellent academic performance, who have been selected by their school, and whose school board or private school is a participating member of the program.
For further information on eligibility criteria and registration procedures, contact the person responsible for the EMCP in your school. If you do not know who that is, contact your school board or private school.

How do I register?

You must be selected by your school in order to participate in the EMCP. If selected, you will receive a username and password to register.