Video Presentation from Students who Graduated from the Digital Marketing Program at TAV College

TAV College offers a Digital Marketing AEC program during which students acquire many valuable skills they can apply to the job market. Below is a video during which two graduates of this program give a presentation about their experience at TAV College. They also discuss their experience working and developing in this field. If you’d like to learn more about this program and the opportunities, it can present you with watch the full video or view more information here.

Nanotechnology (in collaboration with Polytechnique Montreal)

The recent discovery of graphene and its unique structural and physical properties has sparked a surge of interest in implementing this new material in a variety of new devices, targeting applications in ultra-fast electronics, quantum information, carbon-free energy conversion, optoelectronics, and bio-integrated technologies. However, this fascinating material lacks a controlled non-zero bandgap, which prevents its large-scale application in electronic and energy conversion devices. To overcome this limitation, we proposed the direct integration of III-V semiconductors on graphene by exploiting van der Waals epitaxy. Due to their fascinating optical and electronic properties, III-V semiconductors are at the core of numerous technologies including high-efficiency solar cells, lasers, light emitting diodes (LEDs), and ultra-fast transistors, to name a few. Growth of III-V on graphene is an attractive paradigm to develop hybrid systems with novel or enhanced functionalities combining the advantages of these two families of materials within the same platform. Indeed, the development of the proposed hybrid III-V/Graphene structures will create wealth of opportunities to engineer a new class of electronic and optoelectronic devices combining the adventages of both III-V semiconductors and graphene.

This research project seeks to improve our understanding of the van der Waals epitaxial growth mechanism of III-V semiconductors on graphene, which will provide insights to control the properties of such hybrid systems and pave the way to engineering new device structures with potential applications in nano/optoelectronics.

3D bioprinting (in collaboration with McGill University)

Additive manufacturing in the form of 3D printing is now being considered as a bone substitute for the repair of large bone defects [1-4]. 3D printing technology has been used in biomedical studies ranging from external prosthetics, to drug delivery to tissue repair and regeneration with evidence for in vivo compatibility in bone repair [5-7]. In the past few years, the cost of 3D printing hardware has dramatically decreased making it highly accessible. The technology holds promise for fabricating personalized implants that can take the exact shape needed and can mimic the properties of the target tissue. We have successfully used low-cost desktop 3D printers and materials for tissue repair applications in vitro models [8-11]. This project will focus on developing custom material for use in 3D printing/tissue engineering applications. We will generate PLA (polylactic acid) and PCL (polycaprolactone) filaments that contain infusions of either bone mineral (nano-hydroxyapatite) or bioactive glass. The printing parameters and chemical composition of the materials will be characterized. Scaffolds will be 3D printed and tested for stem cell adhesion, viability, growth and bone matrix deposition.


[1] M. Castilho, C. Moseke, A. Ewald, U. Gbureck, J. Groll, I. Pires, J. Tessmar, E. Vorndran, Direct 3D powder printing of biphasic calcium phosphate scaffolds for substitution of complex bone defects, Biofabrication 6(1) (2014) 015006.

[2] J.P. Lichtenberger, P.S. Tatum, S. Gada, M. Wyn, V.B. Ho, P. Liacouras, Using 3D Printing (Additive Manufacturing) to Produce Low-Cost Simulation Models for Medical Training, Mil Med 183(suppl_1) (2018) 73-77.

[3] W. Zhang, Q. Lian, D. Li, K. Wang, D. Hao, W. Bian, J. He, Z. Jin, Cartilage repair and subchondral bone migration using 3D printing osteochondral composites: a one-year-period study in rabbit trochlea, Biomed Res Int 2014 (2014) 746138.

[4] P. Ahangar, M.E. Cooke, M.H. Weber, D.H. Rosenzweig, Current Biomedical Applications of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, Applied Sciences 9(8) (2019) 1713.

[5] S.A. Abbah, C.X. Lam, D.W. Hutmacher, J.C. Goh, H.K. Wong, Biological performance of a polycaprolactone-based scaffold used as fusion cage device in a large animal model of spinal reconstructive surgery, Biomaterials 30(28) (2009) 5086-93.

[6] A. Cipitria, J.C. Reichert, D.R. Epari, S. Saifzadeh, A. Berner, H. Schell, M. Mehta, M.A. Schuetz, G.N. Duda, D.W. Hutmacher, Polycaprolactone scaffold and reduced rhBMP-7 dose for the regeneration of critical-sized defects in sheep tibiae, Biomaterials 34(38) (2013) 9960-8.

[7] M.E. Hoque, W.Y. San, F. Wei, S. Li, M.H. Huang, M. Vert, D.W. Hutmacher, Processing of polycaprolactone and polycaprolactone-based copolymers into 3D scaffolds, and their cellular responses, Tissue Eng Part A 15(10) (2009) 3013-24.

[8] D.H. Rosenzweig, E. Carelli, T. Steffen, P. Jarzem, L. Haglund, 3D-Printed ABS and PLA Scaffolds for Cartilage and Nucleus Pulposus Tissue Regeneration, Int J Mol Sci 16(7) (2015) 15118-35.

[9] P. Ahangar, E. Akoury, A.S. Ramirez Garcia Luna, A. Nour, M.H. Weber, D.H. Rosenzweig, Nanoporous 3D-Printed Scaffolds for Local Doxorubicin Delivery in Bone Metastases Secondary to Prostate Cancer, Materials (Basel) 11(9) (2018).

[10] E. Akoury, M.H. Weber, D.H. Rosenzweig, 3D-Printed Nanoporous Scaffolds Impregnated with Zoledronate for the Treatment of Spinal Bone Metastases, MRS Advances  (2019) 1-7.

[11] R. Fairag, D. Rosenzweig, J.L. Ramirez Garcialuna, M.H. Weber, L. Haglund, 3D-Printed Polylactic Acid (PLA) Scaffolds Promote Bone-like Matrix Deposition In-vitro, ACS Appl Mater Interfaces  (2019).


Olha international presentation

We are proud to announce that Olha Linievych, our recent graduate, has given a scientific presentation in an international conference “Chemical Technology and Engineering 2019” in Ukraine. Olha presented her research at TAV College on environmental friendly chemical waste disposal.

Yisca internship grant (Summer 2019)

We are proud to announce that our science student, Yisca Perez, has been awarded a $5,000 scholarship for a Summer internship from the government of Quebec (FRQNT). Yisca received this scholarship to work on a 3D bioprinting research project at professor Rosenzweig’s lab at McGill University.

FRQNT grant (Summer 2018)

Dr. Nima Nateghi, the coordinator of the science program, has been awarded a grant from Fonds de Recherche du Quebec-Nature et Technologies (FRQNT), to conduct research on hybrid heterostructures of semiconductors and graphene for optoelectronic applications. Dr. Nateghi is currently collaborating with professor Oussama Moutanabbir at the department of engineering physics at Polytechnique Montreal. TAV students have the opportunity to apply for a summer internship to work in professor Moutanabbir’s lab at Polytechnique Montreal.

Research Collaboration with McGill (Summer 2019)

The science department has established a research collaboration with Professor Derek Rosenzweig at the department of experimental surgery at McGill University. The research project is on developing 3D printed scaffolds for bone tissue engineering.

A “Co-op like” program has also been established to involve TAV students in cutting edge research. Science students have the opportunity to apply for a summer internship to work in professor Rosenzweig’s lab at McGill.

Why Study Social Science?

Social Science


About Social Science

Social Science represents one of the most common college or university study options in North America. The common misconception is that the Social Science profile is for students who do not know which academic path to choose from. However, this is simply not true. The Social Science program is indeed an option for students which allows them to be introduced to a plethora of both theoretical and practical courses, which in turn gives them more options for university studies where they can then choose to refine their academic focus.


What is Social Science?

Social: Society and human beings
Science: Facts and systematic study of a thing, the pursuit of its true nature.

As the name suggests, this program analyzes the science and nature of society. You will learn the social structures of a developed civilization and will be introduced to various perspectives of this social structure such as from an economic, political, psychological and engineering standpoint. In social science, you look at how society works and how people react and adapt to change.

“Social science can tackle everyday policy questions – how many children will need a school place in ten years’ time? – or pose more fundamental problems – what drives inequality? What stops societies from falling apart? What does ‘freedom’ mean?”

Professor John MacInnes

Professor of Sociology, the University of Edinburgh School of Social and Political Science


55% of the world’s professional leaders are social sciences and humanities grads.

“You have to understand economics and psychology or statistics and physics (and) bring them together. You need some people who are holistic thinkers and have liberal arts backgrounds and some who are deep functional experts. Building that balance is hard, but that’s where you end up building great societies, great organizations”

Thomas L. Friedman

in “How to get a job at Google, part 2,” in the New York Times, April 19, 2014

“The competitive advantages the marketplace demands is someone more human, connected, and mature. Someone with passion and energy, capable of seeing things as they are and negotiating multiple priorities as she makes useful decisions without angst. Flexible in the face of change, resilient in the face of confusion. All of these attributes are choices, not talents, and all of them are available to you.”
Seth Godin

Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?, January 2010


Why Study Social Science?

A 2015 expert panel concluded that future innovation and productivity growth would require a workforce with a balance of both STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and non-STEM skills, such as those acquired and used in the humanities, arts and social sciences. Leadership, creativity, adaptability, and entrepreneurial ability can help maximize STEM skills and allow Canadians to compete within the ever-changing global marketplace effectively.

Having a balanced workforce leads to a prosperous economy. Individuals who are skilled in social science and liberal arts provide for a well-rounded workforce with the skills required to navigate the ever-changing labor market.

A degree in social science provides graduates with foundational skills that serve as the basis for many specialized fields. Social scientists are influential because the work they do helps determine government policy and can change how we interact with the institutions and environments that influence our behavior, such as the legal system, social services, neighborhoods, schools, and universities.



If you are interested in how and why people behave as they do, and enjoy solving problems, then there is a social science subject that is right for you. You can apply your skills in many different industries and services, such as healthcare, finance or education.

Areas of study can include: Criminology, Education, Environmental planning, Human geography and demography, International relations, Linguistics, Management, and business studies, Political science, Population health, Social analytics, Social anthropology, Socio-legal Studies, Social policy, Social sciences, Social work, Sociology


Tuesday, May 7th




TAV College


Join our evening workshop given by Mariella Katz, online sensation, social media influencer and founder of Frenzr, a digital marketing agency.

This event is ideal for entrepreneurs, small business owners and aspiring influencers.


Social Media

  • Building an editorial calendar + How to move beyond the production struggle.
  • Content resources.
  • Tools & software that will facilitate your social media journey + training on them.
  • Find your ideal customers on Social Media & make them follow YOU.
  • Organic growth hacks & tips.
  • Engagement algorithm & how to move beyond it.
  • Instagram, Facebook & LinkedIn.

Influencer Marketing

  • What’s influencer marketing
  • Types of influencers
  • How to find the right influencer for your brand/client
  • Follower quality analysis
  • Reaching out to an influencer + type of campaign
  • Negotiation with influencers
  • Agreement types
  • Campaign analysis

Get more information

On May 7, 2019, we’ll be launching our “LUNCH AND LEARN” series. This program is designed to enrich the college community’s learning experience by having guest speakers presenting on a variety of topics. There will also be the occasional focus on arts and entertainment.
The first event is a concert entitled Special People Have Dreams.
The concert features young people who are all on the Autism Spectrum ranging from Autism to Asperger’s Syndrome. They’ll be performing music from Broadway Productions and Musicals such as the Sound of Music and Les Miserables, as well as their own compositions.
Date: May 7, 2019
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Location: Hotel Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Montreal 6445 Decarie Blvd.
Complimentary refreshments will be provided. It’s therefore important to register early as seating is also limited.
Please RSVP at 514-731-2296 ext. 247. For further information about the event, or if you have any suggestions for speakers, please contact Yvonne or Carl at You may also contact Steven Atme at Following the event, the performers have kindly offered to stick around for a Q&A (Question and Answer) session.
**This program is presented in collaboration with Ruth Bensimhon, Coordinator of The Early Childhood Education Department of TAV College.

Deans List – 2019

We are proud to present the list of following students whose excellent academic record in Fall 2018 placed them on the Dean’s list of TAV CollegeThis Dean’s list honors those who have an average of 85% or higher.

TAV is proud to present its top ranked students in the science competitions in Fall 2018/Winter 2019 semesters. Science competitions are yearly contests at TAV College on the subjects of Math, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology

Math (Guinzbourg award):

1. Jaewon Moon

2. Zibo Zhou

3. Olha Linievych

3. Rafael Kalmanson



1. Rafael Kalmanson

2. Eden Autmezerie

2. Adam Moyal

3. Li Tengjingyuam


1. Yisca Perez

2. Shirel Benisty

3. Giwon Lee

3. Leying Yan



1. Noam Coriatt

2. Mahida Adityasinh

3. Jaewon Moon

Bonne Journée pour le Collège TAV!

Nouveau partenariat avec la Commission scolaire de Montréal (CSDM)

Suite à la journée d’entrevues d’embauche sur le campus du collège TAV, plus de 15 candidats parmi nos anciens et futurs finissants du programme en techniques d’éducation spécialisée ont été retenus à l’embauche.


27 Ways to Say Welcome

TJDC Staff
TAV has recently placed a huge twelve foot by four foot vinyl decal on a curved wall in its main entrance to the building. The decal was commissioned by the College in conjunction with its “Journalism and Design Club,” (The TJDC) to demonstrate its pride in the multiculturalism of its student body. The mural titled “27 Ways to say Welcome” was designed by a former TAV College Arts, Literature and Communication student (Justin Hand-Gregory), who now coordinates the institution’s newsletter, as well as assists in producing other various media for the college.
The general concept for the mural was the brain child of two members of the TJDC. Eden Autmezguine and Bishal Pandey proposed the idea to me during one of our morning newsletter meetings and I thought it would be a fantastic addition to the College, said Hand-Gregory.

Photo: Justin Hand-Gregory

The mural itself features precisely what is in the title of this article: Twenty seven various languages. However, at first glance you would not suspect just how tricky the project turned out to be. Justin stated, “The project turned out to be quite difficult as I not only wanted to ensure I incorporated as many languages as possible, but also, that these languages were displayed with correct spelling. Therefore, what we did was put a poster in the main entrance of the college and asked the student body to write “Welcome” in their language. Luckily, we received an entire poster full of responses and as a result we were able to use this data to ensure the wording we displayed was spelled correct and not insulting. The responses we received from students on this poster was also exciting to see as it showed the relevance for the project, as well as the students’ pride in their ethnic heritage and their desire to proudly demonstrate this.” The mural is the first initiative that Justin and the TJDC have completed as a series of projects to enhance the aesthetics of the up-and-coming Montreal college, as well as assisting in dictating a sense of originality and distinction for TAV. The club has a few more ideas that are currently in the “design phase” for more murals and creative projects. The following is a list of languages that are displayed in the mural:
  • English
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Hebrew
  • Gaelic (Irish)
  • Japanese
  • Mandarin
  • Vietnamese
  • Afrikaans
  • Arabic
  • German
  • Greek
  • Hungarian
  • Korean
  • Malay
  • Persian
  • Portugese
  • Yoruba
  • Nepali
  • Romanian
  • Russian
  • Tamil
  • Swahili
  • Telugu
  • Ukrainian
  • Uzbek

The Library of Babel

Author: The Library of Babel
If you give a monkey a typewriter, and leave it for a million years, will it eventually bang out a word-for word copy of Shakespeare’s Macbeth? From a purely mathematical point of view, the answer is yes, given either an infinite amount of time or an infinite amount of monkeys. Jorge Luis Borges, an Argentinean writer, was inspired by this idea. He wrote a short story called “The Library of Babel”, where he imagined a vast library that would contain every possible permutation of the alphabet and some punctuation marks. In addition to almost endless amounts of unintelligible gibberish, it would have everything ever written- from Shakespeare to scientific articles- as well as everything that can possibly be written. Nothing is new; anything you come up with, no matter how random, already exists somewhere and has been there all along. Intrigued by this concept, computer programmer and author Jonathan Basile set out to create a digital version of the library. I spoke to him for the chance to find out a little more. ​I think the concept of the Library is a really fascinating one, but it can be a little hard to grasp. Can you explain what the Library of Babel is? ​Sure. I first encountered the idea in a short story by Jorge Louis Borges, an Argentinean writer. The idea, as it occurs in his story, is that you have a library that would have every possible permutation of a basic character set. He described 22 letters, in addition to the space, comma and period, as being enough to express all the things that it is possible to express. With every possible 410-page book, you would have a library that contained everything that had been written and everything that could be written, ranging from things we consider masterpieces, like Shakespeare, to things that we haven’t discovered yet, like the cure for diseases. Everything like that would be there, but it would be impossible for us to find because it would be drowned out by endless amounts of texts that are completely unintelligible. ​You’ve created a website based on the short story. How does it differ from the library described in the short story? ​My goal was more or less to recreate the short story in the form of a website. I had to make some concessions to the form of the internet. The website, as it stands right now, has every possible permutation of the twenty-six lowercase letters of the English alphabet, as well as the space, comma, and period. It has every single possible page, not every single possible combination of those pages in the form of a book. I used the same proportions as Borges did, so one page of text in the library has 3200 characters, 40 lines, and 80 characters per line. So it’s just a matter of making the computation happen quickly enough. ​How does that work, exactly? ​The number of pages that are possible to encounter on the website is greater than the number of atoms in the universe! So it would be impossible to store those on disc. The website actually uses a relatively simple algorithm to generate pages. Every page of text has a locating number, which is essentially the URL of that page. The locating number is the input of a random number generator that produces the page of text that you’re looking for. So every time you go to a URL you’ll find the same page of text there. Right now, there’s a discreet URL for every possible page of text. ​So the website doesn’t contain every possible book, but it contains every possible page, correct? ​Yes. ​How many pages would that be? ​About 104680. ​How many books would you have if you chose to compute every possible combination of those pages? ​Well, it depends on how many pages there are in a book. If you gave the proportions that Borges imagined for his library, which was 410-page books, the number of books is around 101000000. ​How long did it take you to create the website? ​About six months altogether. I made an early version that took about three months and the current version took about three more months. ​What were some challenges you faced when working on the website? ​Well, I didn’t expect that it would end up working at all! I didn’t know much about programming when I started out, and most of the advice I got from people who knew more about programming were things like “Why would you do that”, “That’s impossible” and “You’ll never be able to do it”. So I was operating without a lot of guidance. With a combination of sticking to it and just asking for more help when I needed it, I managed to ultimately get something that worked. ​Did you learn anything new while you were at it? ​I definitely got a more accurate sense of the magnitude of what Borges is imagining. When I started the project I thought that you would, if you went through the pages every now and then, maybe find a couple of words on it, but that’s a very unrealistic expectation. ​Are there no limits to language? Can you find anything in any language, as long as you know how to interpret the way it’s written? ​There are a lot of different ways of looking at that. Borges writes that it contains everything possible to express in all languages. So it is possible to translate or transliterate any text in any language, or even treat it as a cryptographical puzzle in order to convert it into the alphabet that the Library uses. ​Has anything changed now that we have access to the things contained in the Library? ​I don’t think that the Library gives access to any more or less of the things that we had access to before. It’s not a functional compendium of all possible knowledge, because you find even less typically than you would in a normal library. ​What do you think the importance of the Library of Babel is? ​I think it’s more of an opportunity to reflect on the nature of language than it is a way to compile existing data. It’s not a very practical way to try to do things, like finding the cure to diseases, but I think it’s a way to think differently about the nature of language and our relationship to it. We tend to think of language- of all the things that we say, and the things that people say- as spontaneous ideas that we are generating out of our free will. But one of the things this story reminds us of is that in order for ideas to be communicable at all, they have to be able to fit a communicable form of language. So, in a certain sense, they have always existed wherever we imagine that spontaneity and that spark of free will. What appears in our frame of reference to be a form of invention and self-creation is actually a discovery of things that are pre-formed and ready-made. ​So anything that people say, or write, including this interview, are rearrangements of things that already exist? ​That would be one way of looking at it. ​You can explore the library on your own at


Merci de nous avoir fait confiance durant toutes ses années.
Le Bureau du Recrutement de la Commission scolaire de Montréal (CSDM) sera présent au Collège afin de vous rencontrer et discuter des opportunités d’emploi. Des entrevues sur place auront également lieu pour les finissants intéressés.

: Au Collège TAV
Quand: Vendredi le 14 décembre à partir de 9:00 jusqu’à 15:00

Il est nécessaire de se présenter avec un CV
(diplômes si possible et être préparé pour une entrevue)

Depuis peu, la Commission Scolaire de Montréal permet l’embauche de diplômés en AEC, et recherche activement des candidats afin de combler un manque d’effectif immédiat. La rémunération débute à 23.50$ et selon la convention collective et s’échelonne jusqu’à 32.93$

Je vous invite à contacter Ramzi Jaber: – 514-607-8065
afin de coordonner les rendez-vous ou pour toutes autres questions.

True North Strong… and Free?

Author: Julianne Cairns

With over a month since the CAQ was elected into majority government, Quebecers have come together to express their concerns over the party’s plans to ban religious symbols for public servants.

The idea of banning religious symbols in Quebec is not a new one. In 2013, the Parti Quebecois introduced Bill 60, otherwise known as the Charter of Quebec Values. Had the bill been passed, public employees would be prohibited from wearing “conspicuous” religious symbols on the job. On the Charter of Quebec Values website, which is no longer available, the party classed turbans, hijabs, burkas, kippahs and certain crosses as conspicuous religious symbols to be included in the ban. Adding insult to injury, the website also presented less obvious alternatives to these religious symbols, including a Star of David ring, a pair of star and crescent moon earrings, and a small cross necklace. The ban eventually died on paper in 2014, but has reemerged in 2018 under the Francois Legault’s administration.

Similar to Bill 60, the CAQ’s proposed law would target public employees holding a position of authority in Quebec. Legault has expressed his confidence in the law by communicating his willingness to use the notwithstanding clause if necessary, against the advice of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. “Notwithstanding” is a clause clearly laid out in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, section 33, available to all on the Government of Canada’s website. Section 33 states,

“Parliament or the legislature of a province may expressly declare in an Act of Parliament or of the legislature, as the case may be, that the Act or a provision thereof shall operate notwithstanding a provision included in section 2 or sections 7 to 15 of this Charter.”

This essentially gives provincial legislature the power to ignore the section of the Charter aimed at protecting Canadians’ fundamental freedoms, such as section 2. This would allow the Quebec government to enforce the law, regardless if it respects the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, or not.

The ban of religious symbols could directly threaten the fundamental freedoms of Canadians, namely the freedom of religion and expression. In an interesting turn last month, premier Legault explained to reporters at the Francophonie summit, held in Armenia, why the crucifix in the legislature would not be included in the ban. A quote from the CBC regarding his reasoning on this issue included, “In our past we had Protestants and Catholics. They built the values we have in Quebec. We have to recognize that and not mix that with religious signs.” The premier made no mention and gave no credit to non-Christian groups for the building of Quebec values, completely ignoring the contribution of indigenous peoples, and countless other cohorts of immigrants of various ethnic backgrounds who have contributed greatly to Quebecois culture over the course of the province’s history. We mustn’t forget that it was a large majority of immigrant workers who were responsible for building our first transcontinental railway in 1881, among many other things in this province. However, this blatant disregard for the contributions of minority groups is certainly nothing new to Quebecers with the proposition made by Pauline Marois just a few years ago, yet it is no less disheartening.

Should this ban proceed, teachers, nurses, doctors, police officers, firefighters and many other public servants may have to choose between their careers and aspects of their faith – a tough choice for Canadians accustomed to having their freedoms and rights respected and protected.

Protecting the fundamental freedom of expression and religion is in itself preserving Canadian values. To limit Canadians’ abilities to express themselves and exercise their rights to freedom of religion is to throw away a part of what makes us Canadians – tolerance.

Digital Marketing Program TAV College

Are you motivated to acquire the tools and knowledge necessary to implement, promote and handle an organization’s online presence? TAV College’s Internet Marketing program gives students a strong foundation to build online digital marketing strategies. See attached clips explaining the program objectives as well as testimonials from some our students.

Le Collège TAV reçoit une bourse de recherche du FRQNT

Nous sommes fiers d’annoncer que Dr. Nima Nateghi, Coordonnateur de notre programme de Science, a reçu une subvention de 2 ans pour le « Programme de recherche pour les chercheurs de collège ». Le Collège TAV est le seul collège privé subventionné à avoir décroché une telle subvention pour l’exercice 2018-2019.

Ce projet de recherche « Réalisation des Structures Opto-Électroniques Hybrides via l’Intégration des Semi-conducteurs Composées et le Graphène » vise à approfondir notre compréhension de la nature fondamentale de l’épitaxie de van der Waals par l’intégration directe des semi-conducteurs composés III-V sur le graphène. Ceci offrira un aperçu du contrôle des propriétés de ce type de systèmes hybrides et ouvrira la voie à la conception de nouvelles classes de dispositifs avec des applications potentielles en nano/optoélectronique.

Cette recherche sera effectuée en collaboration avec Polytechnique Montréal et impliquera 1 étudiant M. Sc. ainsi que 4 étudiants de TAV. C’est avec grande fierté que nous fournissons un environnement favorisant l’acquisition de connaissances et encourageons la participation des étudiants à une recherche de calibre mondial.

Attestation en techniques d’éducation spécialisée

Le collège TAV offre maintenant un programme menant à une Attestation en techniques d’éducation spécialisée, en français et en anglais, avec une spécialité visant à observer et dépister les troubles du langage.

Cette formation permettra aux étudiants d’acquérir les outils et compétences nécessaires afin de travailler dans plusieurs domaines tels : la stimulation du langage, l’insertion sociale, la toxicomanie, les handicaps physiques, la déficience intellectuelle, les troubles d’apprentissage et bien d’autres.
La diversité de notre programme ainsi que la richesse des expériences de stage en orthophonie et dans d’autres domaines offrent aux étudiants un éventail de connaissances les rendant efficaces sur le marché du travail.

Pour apprendre plus:

Agenda Cover 2018-2019

Students in the Arts, Letters and Communications DEC compete each year to create a design that will be used for the upcoming agenda cover. This year we are proud to present Lai Jun as the winner. His design will be featured as the cover of our 2018-2019 agenda.

New staff and upgraded menu at TAV Cafe.

TAV would like to welcome our new pastry chef Fatiha AIT DARNA.
Mrs. Darna is a professionally trained pastry chef who ran a pastry school in Montreal for many years.
Customers will be delighted with the alluring display of exquisite viennoiseries and French pastry which make the perfect accompaniment to a specialty late or as dessert for a delicious repast. Special group orders for parties or catered events are also available.
Custom Birthday packages will be available shortly.
Updates will be posted on our: Website, Facebook, and Instagram.

Tournoi de ping-pong

Singles tournament & doubles tournament

Date: registration ends February 11th

1st: $50 at Cafe TAV
2nd: $30 at Cafe TAV
3rd: $20 at Cafe TAV

All TAV College students and staff are eligible to participate. to register visit

Session d'information avec l'Université Concordia

Dear TAV students,

We are pleased to inform you that the representatives from CONCORDIA University will hold an information session here at TAV.
They will be able to answer your questions about application process, admission requirements, programs of study and many more.

WHERE: TAV College [Room A202]
TIME: 12:15 – 13:15

It is highly recommended that all DEC students attend this information session!

*Should you have any further question regarding this event, do not hesitate to contact us.

La cote R a été ajustée

Le calcul provisoire prévu de la cote de rendement au collégial (CRC) pour janvier 2018 a été annulé et reporté au mardi 13 février 2018. La cote R est utilisée pour gérer les demandes d’admission dans les universités. Suite à une demande du Comité de liaison de l’enseignement supérieur (CLES), la cote R a été ajustée afin que les candidats à l’admission dans les universités soient évalués plus équitablement.

La cote R modifiée entrera en vigueur pour la session d’automne 2017 (calcul de référence en date du 13 février 2018) et s’appliquera rétroactivement à tous les cours suivis entre l’automne 2014 et l’été 2017 (neuf sessions). Cependant, l’application rétroactive ne réduira pas la cote R obtenue avant l’introduction de la cote R modifiée.

Oded Alaluf, Student in the Early Childhood Education program talks about pursuing his passion and his experience at TAV College.
I was denied acceptance by multiple Cegep’s in the Montreal area (due to a poor R-score from a previous institution) before I discovered TAV College. TAV offered me admission, when no other college would have, which gave me the opportunity to advance my academics and demonstrate my capabilities as a college student. Throughout my academic career in the Media Arts, Literature and Communication program at TAV, the institution fostered an extremely solid foundation within this discipline that allowed me to gain invaluable skills. In turn, this foundation propelled me into my university studies. TAV is unique in that the teachers know their students individually, as opposed to other Montreal colleges, where the classroom setting is treated more as that of a university. This strong relationship between student and teacher allows the classroom to be a place for not only academic growth, but a space of comfort, which facilitates critical thought and open discussion. Also, another aspect of what makes TAV unique is its ethnically diverse student body, which gives all students the opportunity to be interactively immersed in a setting of multiculturalism. Despite my accidental discovery of TAV College, I will forever be indebted to the institution for granting me the opportunities to be a successful, educated and culturally open-minded member of Montreal’s society