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O'Sullivan College

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O'Sullivan College

O'Sullivan College of Montreal
Established 1916
Type Private
Location Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Website .eduosullivan

O'Sullivan College is a small bilingual private college that was founded in 1916. It is located at 1191, Mountain Street (rue de la Montagne) in downtown Montreal. The college is near Peel and Lucien L'Allier metro stations.

The college offers eight programs granting both Attestation of Collegial Studies (AEC) and Diploma of Collegial Studies (DEC).



  • Paralegal technology
  • Medical records


  • Computerized financial accounting
  • International trade
  • Office Systems Technology Legal Specialization
  • Medical Transcription (offered in French only)
  • Damage Insurance (offered in French only)
  • Media Technology for Film and Television Production Sets (offered in French only)

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