PEP-Laval Intensive Graduate School in Development Economics 2014




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Travel Information

Participants are encouraged to arrive in Quebec City at least one day in advance of the beginning of their course. This will help them rest from their travel and get oriented.

Please alert the School of your travel plans as soon as they are finalized.

Many participants will require a travel visa to enter Canada. Please contact the Canadian Embassy or High Commission located in your country to receive information about obtaining a visa. Or follow this link to a listing of Canada's High Commission/Embassy offices. Each participant must make his/her own travel arrangements. Quebec City is a popular tourist destination and you are encouraged to make your plans as soon as possible.

Discover Quebec City
The city, its history, its culture: birthplace of the Nouvelle-France...
With its architecture, pedestrian streets and fortifications, unique in North America, Quebec offers a rich historical and cultural heritage. The beauty and charm of this city will entice you. Discover...

  • Old Quebec's pedestrian streets and boutiques; the Dufferin Terrace; its various neighborhoods.
  • its French culture and gastronomy;
  • the Parliament, the Tourny Fountain, the Observatory, Quebec's First Nations.

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