TAV College is a private, subsidised, and non-profit college established in 1989. It is located in Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montréal, Canada. It is accredited by the Association des collèges privés du Québec. The total number of students in TAV College is 972, and it welcomes international students from all over the world.
TAV College courses comprise four diverse programmes: Pre-university DEC, Alternative study, AEC career, and three-year technical DEC. DEC programmes are a unique characteristic of the Quebec higher education system. Some of the areas of programmes are Arts, Literature and Communication: Media Option, Computer Science and Mathematics, Health Sciences, International Trade, and Special Education.
TAV College is a bilingual language that offers specialised English and French programmes. It propagates the values of personal commitment, development, and opening up to the world.
- TAV College scholarships are awarded to cover the partial or full tuition credit. The scholarships are directed toward students facing financial issues. The financial assistance and bursaries are calculated based on the family/ guardian income, own student income, family size, and own student income awarded by MELS.
- TAV College athletic teams are highly qualified, and the college hosted its first-ever men's hockey team tournaments. Blizzards are the sports league of the college.