10 students talk
about their experiences Studying in Québec

Amélie Honorez
Paterne Ndjambou
Ellyn Badens
Derek Chang
Annabelle Bourgogne
Lyvaï Faïnicka
Catherine Doldirina
Nabil Fathallah
Yaqin Zuo
Madson Bezerra


The ministries and organizations that took part in this campaign have taken into account the needs of persons with motor, visual, hearing or cognitive disabilities or impairments and of seniors with diminished autonomy. Internet users with outdated or less advanced equipment can also access the site.

For example:

  • Background contrast is sufficient for visually impaired users (colour blindness or other).
  • Persons without sight who use technical aids (Braille) and speech synthesis software can also access the informational content of the site's pages.
  • Descriptions are added to information-containing images.
  • The textual elements of webpages are presented using stylesheet format.

For further information about accessibility, see the standards governing the accessibility of Québec government websites.


Amélie Honorez, BELGIUM

Paterne Ndjambou, GABON

Ellyn Badens, FRANCE

Derek Chang, TAIWAN

Annabelle Bourgogne, RÉUNION

Lyvaï Faïnicka, NEW CALEDONIA

Catherine Doldirina, GEORGIA

Nabil Fathallah, TUNISIA

Yaqin Zuo, CHINA

Madson Bezerra, BRAZIL