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Commissioner for Admission to Professions


The office of Commissioner for Admission to Professions was created in 2009 to ensure that professional orders recognize the proper value of degrees (or other qualifications) obtained abroad as well as work experience acquired outside Quebec.

In 2017, special emphasis was placed on ensuring the fairness and efficiency of all the steps and stakeholders involved in the admissions process.

The mandate of the Commissioner for Admission to Professions comprises four functions, including receiving and examining all complaints relating to admission to professions.<

In case of dissatisfaction

You can file a complaint if you are dissatisfied or have difficulty in obtaining a permit or becoming a member of the Ordre.

An independent governmental body is available to you: the Commissioner for Admission to Professions. The commissioner receives and examines all complaints concerning admission to professions: 

  • for any process or stage of admission;
  • against any person or organization involved (the College or a third party).
Last update: December 2, 2020