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Bureau du Québec à Washington

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Québec Government Office in Washington

 

Opened in 1978 to promote Québec as a tourism destination in the U.S. capital, the Québec Government Office in Washington is responsible for furthering Québec’s bilateral relations with the U.S. federal government (Administration and executive agencies as well as Congress).

It monitors legislative developments as well as the programs and policies of the U.S. federal government. 

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Québec / United States University Grant Program

 

Québec is proud to support Québec studies and research on Québec in the United States through its university grant program.
Find out about the different grant programs!

The goal of the university grant program is to stimulate academic dialogue between Québec and the United States, and foster better knowledge and understanding of Québec in the U.S.

 

The program supports university activities that focus on Québec or include a substantial comparison with Québec, primarily in the humanities and social sciences.

The seven grant programs are divided into two categories: competitive and non-competitive.

 

Competitive category

These grants are awarded following an assessment of projects received before the deadline. A selection committee is responsible for evaluating the projects according to specific criteria.

Non-competitive category

Grants are awarded until all available funding resources have been exhausted. Projects submitted must meet specific criteria.

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