Welcome to KIUNA Institution 

Even though the Social Science – First Nations program was designed by and for First Nations, it is also open to non-Aboriginals! If you are interested in subjects like history, art, and anthropology, this ministry-approved program is also for you. It can be your
stepping stone to university level studies in social sciences.
Kiuna’s welcoming atmosphere and array of student services will undoubtedly meet your expectations.

Programs

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Developed in collaboration with First Nations, the First Nations Social Science program 300.B0 meets all requirements of the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (MÉES). Courses primarily focus on three themes of personal and collective development: identity, community and society. Find out more

Educational Approach

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The opening of Kiuna Institution was the result of extensive work driven by one motive: to offer First Nations youth a college dedicated specifically to them with a learning environment that reflects their cultural differences, social backgrounds and interests. Find out more

Admissions

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The skills Kiuna students acquire are equivalent to the ones gained by students enrolled in social science programs offered in any other college in Quebec. Find out more

Latest News

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The FNEC and Kiuna celebrate their success ! Weekly column on Kiuna graduates

Raphaëlle O’Bomsawin From Odanak Graduate from the First Nations Social Science program, 2016 Raphaëlle says Kiuna helped her transition from high school to college. After graduating from the First Nations Social ScienceRead More...
By : kim gabriel | Nov 1, 2016
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The entire team wishes to congratulate Mr. François Bastien, teacher at the Kiuna Institution for obtaining his PhD in Administration, specialization Management
By : kim gabriel | Oct 31, 2016
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The FNEC and Kiuna celebrate their success ! Weekly column on Kiuna graduates

Lézianne Duchesne From Manawan Graduate from the Specialized Education and Aboriginal Contexts program, 2014 (ACS) Although Léziane had to reconcile family and studies, her time at Kiuna was a most rewarding experienceRead More...
By : kim gabriel | Oct 31, 2016
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The FNEC and Kiuna celebrate their success ! Weekly column on Kiuna graduates

Mathieu Lavoie From Mashteuiatsh Graduate from the First Nations Social Science program, 2014 After undertaking university studies in Environmental Science at the Université de Sherbrooke, Mathieu decided to reorient his career choiceRead More...
By : kim gabriel | Oct 31, 2016
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The FNEC and Kiuna celebrate their success ! Weekly column on Kiuna graduates

Pamela Duciaume From Mashteuiatsh Graduate from the First Nations Social Science program, 2015 Pamela considers that her adventure at Kiuna gave her hope in life and enabled her to surpass herself, sheRead More...
By : kim gabriel | Oct 5, 2016
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The FNEC and Kiuna celebrate their success ! Weekly column on Kiuna graduates

Cheyenne Flamand From Manawan Graduate from the Specialized Education and Aboriginal Contexts program, 2014 (ACS) After an unproductive stint in another college, Cheyenne decided to enroll at Kiuna when the ACS inRead More...
By : kim gabriel | Oct 5, 2016

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Information on the Odanak community

Based on its interest in the project, its geographical location and the services it offers, the Abenaki community of Odanak was selected to be the site of Kiuna Institution. Only a 35-minute drive from Trois-Rivières, and located in the heart of the province of Quebec, Odanak is a dynamic and thriving community that takes advantage of its proximity to urban centres to stimulate local economic development.

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