The House wishes you Happy Holidays and a very happy new year 2020!
The House of Canadian Students wishes a warm welcome to all students in the upcoming school year !
Discover our cultural program for the back-to-school season.
La MEC souhaite la bienvenue à tous les nouveaux résidents !
La Maison des étudiants canadiens vous invite à découvrir sa programmation culturelle du début de l’automne.
The MEC team wishes you a beautiful summer! See you in September for our next newsletter.
Scholarship of the House
We are no longer receiving applications for the MEC scholarship. The selection jury will meet the week of June 24, 2019. The results will be transmitted in July 2019. Good luck to all of you!
Scholarship of the House
You are enrolled in a Doctoral or in a Masters Degree? You have an excellent academic record? You wish to complete your higher education in Paris? The MEC Scholarship is for one of you! Register and have the chance to win the accommodation during your academic stay in France.
Welcome to the new residents of the House!
The House of Canadian Students wishes you a Christmas both merry and bright. May the coming year bring some much needed peace to our world, the warmth of hearth and home to you all, and the joy of welcoming you back to the MEC!
The MEC is looking for an accountant !
Ours will retire soon. Come join our team. Apply here: http://bit.ly/2KJLDg4
Are you looking for a student accommodation in Paris?
Are you planning to come in Paris for studies? Are you looking for an accommodation? The registration period for the MEC is in progress, send us your file as soon as possible!
Concert of « Women on the verge »
THURSDAY, APRIL 19 AT 7:45 PM
The house presents the concert of the trio “Women on the Edge” in 2016 by American soprano Emily Martin, Canadian soprano Elizabeth McDonald and Canadian pianist Kathryn Tremills.
If billie Holliday was a mermaid at the House!
April 7 at 8 pm
The House invites you to attend a jazz concert, voice and story by Claudine François (piano) and Sika Gblondoumé (voice), followed by a meeting around the book Le monde d’Lo (CMDE editions).
Our next exhibition
March 4 to 25, 2018
The House will host the exhibition “Et pourquoi le Noir ne serait-il pas une couleur ?” by the painter Christophe Jacquemot. The exhibition offers a reflection on the role of black through the light that emerges from his paints.
The House welcomes Edu-Canada Salon!
January 29 and 30 from 11 am to 5 pm
Do you plan to study in Canada? The House of Canadian Students invites you to meet representatives of Canadian universities, colleges and language schools on January 29th and 30th. Registration required.
Conference by L’Union des Savoirs: The freed company
Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 - 7:45pm
Have you heard of the “freed company”, where, it seems, humans would be placed in the center, where everyone almost would do what he/she wants, without control, and where holidays would be unlimited? This conference aims to distinguish myth from reality, and to present the advantages and disadvantages of such a company, as well as the ways to move towards this type of organization. Registration here.
A happy holiday season from the team of the House!
The staff of the House of Canadian Students presents you its best wishes of prosperity and happiness. We take this opportunity to thank you for your trust. Looking forward to see you at the MEC in 2018!
Dany Laferrière at the House of Canadian Students !
Saturday, December 16, 2017 at 6 pm
Ms. Christine Métayer, Director of the Canadian House of Canadian Students, invites you to attend a meeting with Dany Laferrière, an illustrious French writer and academician. The activity will be followed by a cocktail.
4-handed piano concert
Tuesday, November 29, 7:30 pm
Rosemarie Duval-Laplante and Jean-Michel Dubé present a 4-handed piano concert at La Maison. The two artists have been working together since 2012 and have been recorded on 2 pianos by André Mathieu, which will be released soon on record (2017).
Matthew Blackburn in concert at the House!
Tuesday, November 21 at 8 pm
Matthew Blackburn, former resident of the MEC and winner of the 2009 Lethbridge Symphony Young Artist Competition, is back at the House for a classical concert! On the program Johannes Brahms (Op.118: Intermezzo Nos 1 and 2, Variations on a Theme by Paganini, Vol.1, op.35), Claude Debussy (Prints: Pagodas, The evening in Granada, Gardens in the rain), Sergei Rachmaninov (Sonata No 2 in B flat minor Op 36). Free entry.