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Since the creation of these joint programs, more than twenty-five 9-credit microprogram certificates and more than twenty 15-credit short program certificates have been awarded. The programs have also enabled some students to obtain a 30-credit specialized higher education diploma (DESS) allowing them to pursue a master’s degree in public administration (management) at ENAP. A DESS graduate is currently enrolled in a tailor-made doctoral program in traditional Aboriginal governance at UQAT.

The joint programs reflect a commitment to institutional collaboration on the part of ENAP, UQAT and UQAC. First offered in 2018, they received financial support from Indigenous Services Canada through the Post-Secondary Partnerships Program. They were developed at the request of Aboriginal stakeholders, with the support of the First Nations Education Council (FNEC). The programs aim to make a tangible contribution to strengthening governance in Indigenous communities.

Our three institutions are united in a sincere desire to recognize the dedication shown by these students and to congratulate them on their success.

For more information on the programs

ENAP
UQAT
UQAC

SOURCEUniversity of Quebec in Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT)

For further information: Media inquiries: Mélanie Lanouette, Corporate Communications / General Secretariat, ENAP, 1-418-641-3000 ext. 6660 | [email protected], Marie-Ève ​​Lacombe, Communications and Recruitment Department, UQAT, 1-877-870-8728 ext. 2686 (toll free) | [email protected]; Marie-France Audet, Director of Communications and Public Relations, UQAC, 1-418-545-5011 ext. 5006


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