French and Francophone Intercultural Studies Program

Combine the classic with the contemporary by building a solid foundation with courses in French related to literature and linguistics while gaining a fresh perspective on la Francophonie thanks to original courses in the areas of political science, sociology, history, and philosophy.

If you want to learn French or improve your language skills, our program also includes French as a Second Language learning opportunities.

Benefit from La Cité's focus on experiential learning and our close-knit relationship with the Fransaskois community. You'll have a chance to apply what you're learning in class to the real world by participating in conferences, going on field trips, studying abroad, and participating in interesting research projects.



    What can you study?


    French and Francophone Intercultural Studies

    For students with an intermediate or advanced knowledge of French, including native speakers, graduates of French Immersion or Francophone programs, or any students who have been placed in FRN 201 or higher.

    Master of Arts (M.A.)

    Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

    40 courses (120 credits), full or part-time

     

    The B.A. focuses on study of the French language (pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, reading and writing, French language structure and linguistic theories) and Francophone culture (economic, political, social, intellectual, artistic and historic persepectives from Francophone regions; a holistic appreciation for Francophone cultures and their challenges) from here and around the world.

       

      Major in French & Francophone Intercultural Studies

      • Required courses: At least 13 FRN courses (or 39 credits) plus Arts Core Requirements and electives...learn more
      • 65% GPA required in major courses

      Honours Major in French & Francophone Intercultural Studies

      • Required courses: At least 17 FRN courses (or 51 credits) plus Arts Core Requirements and electives...learn more
      • 75% GPA required in major courses
      • Students will be required to submit a final project (a dissertation from either FRN 490 or a research project) during their final semester 
       
      Learn more about this program

       

      Students interested in this program with a language level below FRN 201 are encouraged to apply for the Certificate in French as a Second Language.

      Certificate or Minor

      6 or 10 courses (18 or 30 credits), full or part-time

       

      Both the certificate and the minor are flexible options that add value to your degree and allow you to build on your French skills while exploring Francophone culture.

       

      Certificate in French and Francophone Intercultural Studies

      • Required courses: FRN 201, 300, 301, Three FRN 200-level, Two FRN 300 or FRN 400-level, and Two approved electives
      • Ideal for intermediate or advanced French speakers
      • Full or part-time (can be completed in 3-4 semesters)

       

      Minor in French and Francophone Intercultural Studies

      • Required courses: FRN 201, 300, 301, and Three FRN 200 or FRN 300-level
      • Ideal for intermediate or advanced speakers
      • Part-time (can be completed in 2-3 semesters)

       


        French as a Second Language

        For students with no knowledge or a beginner knowledge of French, including those having completed 100-level FRN courses or a Core French program.

        Certificate (CFLS)

        30 credits, full-time (intensive program)

         

        Certificate in French as a Second Language

        • Required courses: FRLS 116, 117, 118, 212, 219, 220, 221, 318 and one FRN 200-level
        • A beginner knowledge of French is required (completed FRN 101, a result of FRN 101 in the placement test or have completed French 30/Core French program in high school)
        • Full-time (must be completed in 2 semesters)

         

        Students interested in this program must complete the online placement test and an oral assessment.

        Minor

        6 courses (18 credits), part-time

         

        Minor in French as a Second Language

        • Required courses: FRN 100, 101, 200, 201, and Two FRN 200-level
        • Ideal for beginners
        • Can be completed in 2-3 semesters

        Courses

        Most courses are available to students in any program or area of study. If you have prior knowledge of French, complete the placement test where we will then place you in the course that is most appropriate for your level.

        Listed by Semester

        EAS 210 - Cultures et représentations de l’Afrique

        Ce cours explore les multiples réalités actuelles en Afrique, selon les points de vue social, culturel, économique et politique. Le cours sera également à la fois le lieu de déconstruire les idées reçues, représentations, stéréotypes sur l’Afrique et les Africains, ainsi qu’une tribune d’échanges et de débats sur les réalités africaines.

        Prerequisite : FRN 200 with minimum grade of 60%, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Associate Director or designate.



        FRN 100 - Discovery I / Découverte I

        This language and culture course for beginners will focus on the discovery and the acquisition of basic vocabulary and structures in order to develop oral and written communication skills while fostering cultural awareness of the Francophone world.

        Prerequisite: No Previous experience in French, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: Students who have completed Grade 12 French within the previous five years normally may not take this course for credit. An additional fee may be charged for online sections

        Note: this course was formerly numbered FR 100. Students may receive credit for only one of FR 100 or FRN 100



        FRN 101 - Discovery II / Découverte II

        This language and culture course for near beginners will continue the discovery of more extensive vocabulary and structures in order to further develop oral and written communication skills while furthering cultural awareness of the Francophone world.

        Prerequisite: FRN 100, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: An additional fee may be charged for online sections

        Note: This course was formerly numbered FR 101. Students may receive credit for only one of FR 101 or FRN 101



        FRN 200 - Exploration I / Exploration I

        This intermediate course will provide cultural knowledge and build on previously acquired language skills while introducing students to basic writing skills. Cours intermédiaire portant sur les connaissances langagières et culturelles

        déjà acquises tout en initiant les étudiants aux bases de l'écriture.

        Prerequisite: FRN 101, permission based on assessment test, or permission of the Department Head

        Note: Students who have previously taken FR 102 and/or FR 113 may not receive credit for FRN 200.



        FRN 201 - Exploration II / Exploration II

        This language and culture course will further explore oral and writing skills and will raise awareness of Francophone issues.

        Cours de langue et de culture qui poursuit l'exploration des connaissances de l'oral et de l'écriture et qui sensibilisera l'étudiant aux enjeux de la Francophonie.

        Prerequisite: FRN 200, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: This course was formerly numbered FR 201. Students may only receive credit for one of FRN 201, FRN 210, and FR 201.

        Note: Students may not receive credit for both FRN 201 and FRLS 120



        FRN 220AH - Expression théâtrale

        Développement des compétences orales par l’intermédiaire de pratiques théâtrales variées. Chaque étudiant participera à la création d’une pièce. Ce cours expérientiel vise les étudiants qui ont un niveau de français oral intermédiaire.

        Prerequisite: FRN 200 with a minimum grade of 60%, Grade 12 French and permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head.



        FRN 223 - La musique francophone en Afrique

        Exploration de la culture francophone africaine à travers la musique. L'accent sera mis sur les genres, les instruments et les artistes-musiciens de renom.

        Prerequisite: FRN 200 with minimum grade of 60.00%, Grade 12 French and permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head.

        Note: Students may only receive credit for one of FRN 223 or FRN 220AC.



        FRN 240AA - Voyages à travers le temps

        Découverte de l'histoire du Canada depuis le dix-neuvième siècle, avec un accent sur les provinces de l'Ouest: les crises scolaires, l'immigration, les relations avec les Autochtones, les crises économiques, les luttes des travailleurs, la ruée vers l'or, les drogues et la prostitution, la révolution sexuelle, etc.

        Prerequisite: FRN 200, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head.



        FRN 300 - Achievement I / Épanouissement I

        This language and culture course will enhance writing skills and will further explore Francophone issues as well as provide a favourable environment for critical thinking.

        Cours de langue et de culture qui favorise la maîtrise de l'écrit et qui continue la découverte des enjeux de la Francophonie tout en encourageant la pensée critique.

        Prerequisite: FRN 201 with a minimum grade of 60%, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: This course was formerly numbered FR 202. Students may only receive credit for one of FRN 300, FRN 210, FR 202, FRLS 121, and FRLS 221.

        Note: Students who receive 75% or higher in FRLS 221 may choose to receive credit for either FRLS 221 or FRN 300 upon completion of placement test.



        FRN 301 - Achievement II / Épanouissement II

        This language and culture course will enhance writing skills and will further explore Francophone issues as well as provide a favourable environment for critical thinking.

        Cours de langue et de culture qui favorise la maîtrise de l'écrit et qui continue la découverte des enjeux de la Francophonie tout en encourageant la pensée critique.

        Prerequisite: FRN 300 with a minimum grade of 60%, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: This course was formerly numbered FR 203. Student may receive credit for only one of FR 203 or FRN 301

        Note: Students who receive 75% or higher in FRLS 318 may choose to receive 3 credits for either FRLS 318 or FRN 301 upon completion of the placement test.



        FRN 340AB - Défis contemporains de la francophonie canadienne

        Étude des défis actuels de la francophonie canadienne. Par le biais de la

        lecture d’une variété de textes, de la rédaction de travaux écrits, ainsi que

        de discussions en classe, les étudiants seront amenés à prendre conscience de

        divers sujets d'actualité et d'exprimer leurs points de vue là-dessus.



        FRN 340AN - L'immigration francophone

        Présentation générale du parcours d’immigration vers les communautés francophones canadiennes : raisons du départ; interactions avec les institutions canadiennes; processus de sélection; établissement au Canada; intégration et participation aux communautés; et réalités des appartenances multiples.

        Prerequisite: FRN 301, Grade 12 French and permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head.



        FRN 350AF - Communication écrite et composition

        Perfectionnement de l'écriture par la production de textes variés allant du pratique au créatif.

        Prerequisite: FRN 301, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head.

        Note: Students may receive credit for one of FRN 350AF and FRN 450AF.



        FRN 352 - Lecture et écriture critique I/Critical Reading and Writing I

        Ce cours développe les compétences de l’étudiant pour la lecture et l’écriture critique au moyen d’un large éventail de textes non-littéraires et littéraires, ainsi que de l’étude de la composition, en mettant l’accent sur les liens entre les modes de lecture et d’écriture. This course develops students’ proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

        Prérequis: FRN301 ou permission du programme. Prerequisite: FRN301 or permission from the program.



        FRN 366 - Littératures de la francophonie

        Étude de textes littéraires de la francophonie dans une approche qui favorise l’analyse critique ainsi que l’amélioration de la lecture et de l’écriture.

        Study of literary texts of the Francophone world in a way that promotes critical thought as well as enhancement of writing and reading skills.

        Prerequisite: FRN 301, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: Formerly numbered FR 245. Students may receive credit for only one of FR 245 or FRN 366



        FRN 430AH - Introduction à la linguistique appliquée

        Le cours consiste en un survol des questionnements, des méthodes et des théories de la linguistique appliquée. L'accent sera également mis sur l'évolution du domaine, ainsi qu'aux apports du langage aux enjeux liés à divers champs d'intervention sociale - acquisition et enseignement des langues secondes et étrangères, terminologie, analyse du discours, orthophonie, traduction, etc.

        Prerequisite: FRN 236 and FRN 301, and completion of a further six credit hours of 300-level FR or FRN courses, or permission of Department Head.

        Note: Students may receive credit for one of FRN 430AH or FRN 831AH.



        FRN 450AF - Communication écrite et composition

        Perfectionnement de l'écriture par la production de textes variés allant du pratique au créatif.

        Prerequisite: FRN 301, and completion of a further six credit hours of 300-level FR or FRN courses, or permission of Department Head

        Note: Students may receive credit for one of FRN 350AF and FRN 450AF.



        FRN 460AI - Étude de la poésie et de la chanson d’expression française

        Ce cours portera sur la mise en musique de la poésie en langue française par des compositeurs et compositrices des traditions classique et populaire de 1850 à aujourd’hui. L’accent sera mis sur l’esthétique, les fonctions historiques et sociales, les aspects de la performance, ainsi que la langue et l’identité.

        Prerequisite: FRN 366 with the completion of six credit hours at the FRN 300 Level or permission of Department Head.

        Note: Students may receive credit for one of FRN 460AI or MU 499AB.



        FRN 831AH - Introduction à la linguistique appliquée

        Le cours consiste en un survol des questionnements, des méthodes et des théories de la linguistique appliquée. L'accent sera également mis sur l'évolution du domaine, ainsi qu'aux apports du langage aux enjeux liés à divers champs d'intervention sociale - acquisition et enseignement des langues secondes et étrangères, terminologie, analyse du discours, orthophonie, traduction, etc.



        FRN 841AA - Thèmes choisis en histoire de la francophonie canadienne

        Étude approfondie de thèmes liés à l'histoire de la francophonie canadienne.



        FRN 860AI - Étude de la poésie et de la chanson d’expression française

        Mise en musique de la poésie par des compositeurs et compositrices des traditions classique et populaire de 1850 à aujourd’hui.

        Note: Students may receive credit for one of FRN 860AI, MU 809AN, or FRN 460AI.



        FRN 860AJ - Poésie, société et politique

        Étude d’œuvres poétiques qui visent une transformation politique par le biais de l’écriture et de ses effets autant que par les thèmes choisis, ainsi que des méthodes qui permettent de relier la poésie aux autres genres d’écriture et au contexte social. Les œuvres étudiées pourront varier.



        FRN 870AE - Études spécialisées du colonialisme au Canada

        Ce cours vise à penser les continuités entre le passé et le présent coloniaux, leurs critiques et l’imaginaire des futurités décoloniales, ainsi que les relations entre peuples et cultures, à partir d’un thème donné et d’une approche multi-disciplinaire et collaborative.



        FRN 900 - Séminaire

        NO COURSE DESCRIPTION



        FRN 901 - Recherche et rédaction de thèse

        NO COURSE DESCRIPTION



        FRN 110 - Discovery/ Découverte

        This intensive language and culture course for beginners will focus on the discovery and acquisition of basic vocabulary and structures in order to develop oral and written communication skills while fostering cultural awareness of the Francophone world.

        Prerequisite: No Previous experience in French, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: Students who have completed Grade 12 French within the previous five years normally may not take this course for credit

        Note: Students cannot receive credit for FRN 100 or 101, or FR 100 or 101, and FRN 110

        Note: this course was formerly numbered FR 110. Students may receive credit for only one of FR 110 or FRN 110



        FRN 240AP - Le rayonnement et l'influence de l'art africain

        En commençant avec une introduction aux arts africains traditionnels, ce cours explorera l’influence de ces arts sur la peinture et la sculpture dans la Francophonie et au-delà, au vingtième siècle et aujourd’hui.

        Prérequis : FRN 200; ou français de 12e année avec test de placement; ou permission du Chef du département.

        Note: On peut seulement obtenir des crédits pour FRN 240AP ou pour FRN 340AP.



        FRN 340AP - Le rayonnement et l'influence de l'art africain

        En commençant avec une étude des arts africains traditionnels, ce cours analysera de manière critique l’influence de ces arts sur la peinture et la sculpture dans la Francophonie et au-delà, au vingtième siècle et aujourd’hui.

        Prérequis : FRN 301; ou français de 12e année avec test de placement; ou permission du Chef du département.

        Note: On peut seulement obtenir des crédits pour FRN 340AP ou pour FRN 240AP.



        FRN 440AE - À la découverte de la Fransaskoisie

        Exploration de l'histoire de la communauté fransaskoise de la fin du 19e siècle jusqu'à nos jours. Visites sur le terrain, travail achivistique.

        Prerequisite: FRN 246 with the completion of six credit hours at the FRN 300 Level or permission of Department Head.

        Note: Students may receive credit for one of FRN 440AE or FRN 840AE.



        FRN 840AE - À la découverte de la Fransaskoisie

        Exploration de l'histoire de la communauté fransaskoise de la fin du 19e siècle jusqu'à nos jours. Visites sur le terrain, travail achivistique.

        Note: Students may receive credit for one of FRN 440AE or FRN 840AE.



        FRN 901 - Recherche et rédaction de thèse

        NO COURSE DESCRIPTION



        EAS 200 - Dynamique des sociétés africaines

        Ce cours aborde les multiples facettes des sociétés africaines à travers l'histoire, la civilisation, les religions, et la démographie du continent ainsi que les transformations qu’elles ont subies à la suite de l'esclavage et de la colonisation, et leurs retombées sur les dynamiques actuelles du continent.

        Prerequisite : FRN 200 with minimum grade of 60%, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Associate Director or designate.



        FRN 100 - Discovery I / Découverte I

        This language and culture course for beginners will focus on the discovery and the acquisition of basic vocabulary and structures in order to develop oral and written communication skills while fostering cultural awareness of the Francophone world.

        Prerequisite: No Previous experience in French, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: Students who have completed Grade 12 French within the previous five years normally may not take this course for credit. An additional fee may be charged for online sections

        Note: this course was formerly numbered FR 100. Students may receive credit for only one of FR 100 or FRN 100



        FRN 101 - Discovery II / Découverte II

        This language and culture course for near beginners will continue the discovery of more extensive vocabulary and structures in order to further develop oral and written communication skills while furthering cultural awareness of the Francophone world.

        Prerequisite: FRN 100, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: An additional fee may be charged for online sections

        Note: This course was formerly numbered FR 101. Students may receive credit for only one of FR 101 or FRN 101



        FRN 185 - Initiation to French as a Second Language

        From the discovery to the acquisition of vocabulary and structures, this course will focus on building oral and written communication skills beyond the beginner level, while fostering cultural awareness of the Francophone world.

        Note: Students may not receive credit for FRN 185 and any of FRN 100 or 101.

        Note: No previous experience in French is expected for this course.



        FRN 200 - Exploration I / Exploration I

        This intermediate course will provide cultural knowledge and build on previously acquired language skills while introducing students to basic writing skills. Cours intermédiaire portant sur les connaissances langagières et culturelles

        déjà acquises tout en initiant les étudiants aux bases de l'écriture.

        Prerequisite: FRN 101, permission based on assessment test, or permission of the Department Head

        Note: Students who have previously taken FR 102 and/or FR 113 may not receive credit for FRN 200.



        FRN 201 - Exploration II / Exploration II

        This language and culture course will further explore oral and writing skills and will raise awareness of Francophone issues.

        Cours de langue et de culture qui poursuit l'exploration des connaissances de l'oral et de l'écriture et qui sensibilisera l'étudiant aux enjeux de la Francophonie.

        Prerequisite: FRN 200, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: This course was formerly numbered FR 201. Students may only receive credit for one of FRN 201, FRN 210, and FR 201.

        Note: Students may not receive credit for both FRN 201 and FRLS 120



        FRN 210 - Enrichissement/Enrichment

        Cours de langue et de culture intermédiaire intensif qui porte sur les connaissances déjà acquises, initie les étudiants aux bases de l'écriture et encourage la pensée critique.

        This intensive, intermediate language and culture course builds on previously acquired skills introducing students to basic writing and providing a favourable environment for critical thinking.

        Prerequisite: FRN200, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head.

        Note: Students cannot receive credits for FRN201 or FRN300, or FR201 or FR202, or FRLS 220 or FRLS 221 and FRN210.



        FRN 236 - Structure du français moderne /The Structure of Modern French

        Étude de la structure du français moderne via le système de ses sons, ses modes canoniques de formation de mots, la phrase et la signification. Contact des langues, diversité linguistique et sociale, interculturalité.

        The structure of modern French: its speech sounds, sound patterns, word formation, sentence structure and meaning. Language contact; social and linguistic diversity; interculturality.

        Prerequisite: FRN 300 with a minimum grade of 60%, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: This course was formerly numbered FR 226. Student may receive credit for only one of FR 226 or FRN 236



        FRN 246 - La francophonie mondiale

        L’étudiant(e) explorera d’un œil critique la francophonie dans le temps et l’espace, à la fois comme concept, phénomène vécu et possibilité d’engagement. Students will critically explore the francophonie, across time and space, as a concept, a lived phenomenon and a possibility for engagement.

        Prerequisite: FRN 300 with a minimum grade of 60%, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: Students may only receive credit for one of FRN 246 and FR 222.



        FRN 250AG - Pratique de l'expression en français

        Ce cours permettra de pratiquer et d'approfondir les compétences en expression écrite et orale en français acquises dans les cours de langue. Il comportera un aspect important d'enrichissement du vocabulaire. Ce cours s'adresse aux étudiants qui veulent une meilleure fluidité à l'écrit comme à l'oral.

        Prerequisite: FRN 300 with a minimum grade of 60%, permission based on assessment test, or permission of the Department Head.



        FRN 300 - Achievement I / Épanouissement I

        This language and culture course will enhance writing skills and will further explore Francophone issues as well as provide a favourable environment for critical thinking.

        Cours de langue et de culture qui favorise la maîtrise de l'écrit et qui continue la découverte des enjeux de la Francophonie tout en encourageant la pensée critique.

        Prerequisite: FRN 201 with a minimum grade of 60%, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head

        Note: This course was formerly numbered FR 202. Students may only receive credit for one of FRN 300, FRN 210, FR 202, FRLS 121, and FRLS 221.

        Note: Students who receive 75% or higher in FRLS 221 may choose to receive credit for either FRLS 221 or FRN 300 upon completion of placement test.



        FRN 301 - Achievement II / Épanouissement II

        This language and culture course will enhance writing skills and will further explore Francophone issues as well as provide a favourable environment for critical thinking.

        Cours de langue et de culture qui favorise la maîtrise de l'écrit et qui continue la découverte des enjeux de la Francophonie tout en encourageant la pensée critique.

        Prerequisite: FRN 300 with a minimum grade of 60%, FRN 285 with a minimum grade of 60%, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head.

        Note: This course was formerly numbered FR 203. Student may receive credit for only one of FR 203 or FRN 301

        Note: Students who receive 75% or higher in FRLS 318 may choose to receive 3 credits for either FRLS 318 or FRN 301 upon completion of the placement test.



        FRN 340AB - Défis contemporains de la francophonie canadienne

        Étude des défis actuels de la francophonie canadienne. Par le biais de la

        lecture d’une variété de textes, de la rédaction de travaux écrits, ainsi que

        de discussions en classe, les étudiants seront amenés à prendre conscience de

        divers sujets d'actualité et d'exprimer leurs points de vue là-dessus.



        FRN 340AI - Se faire soigner au Canada francophone. D'hier à aujourd'hui.

        Une introduction à l’histoire des soins de santé au Canada français, ainsi qu’aux défis actuels qui confrontent les francophones lorsqu’ils interagissent avec le système de santé, que ce soit comme professionnels ou comme patients. Visionnement de films, discussions, jeux de rôle.

        Prerequisite: FRN 301, Grade 12 French and permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head



        FRN 430AC - Sociolinguistique

        Ce cours s’intéresse à l’étude des concepts, aux théories, aux orientations actuelles, ainsi qu’à la méthodologie d’enquête en sociolinguistique. Il réclame également un volet pratique, lequel amènera l'étudiant.e à construire des connaissances sur divers aspects de la discipline : la variation ou le changement linguistique observé au sein d’un groupe linguistique ; le transfert linguistique ; la question de survie et de vitalité des groupes linguistiques minoritaires ; les situations de bi/multilinguisme ; les phénomènes liés aux contacts de langues et aux conflits diglossiques.

        Prerequisite: FRN 236 and FRN 301, and completion of a further six credit hours of 300-level FR or FRN courses, or permission of Department Head



        FRN 801 - Bibliographie et méthodologie

        Aperçu des méthodes propres aux disciplines liées aux études francophones et interculturelles. Overview of the methods associated with the disciplines linked with francophone and intercultural studies.



        FRN 805 - Sociolinguistique

        Ce cours s’intéresse à l’étude des concepts, des théories, des orientations actuelles, ainsi qu’aux méthodes d’enquête en sociolinguistique. Il réclame également un volet pratique, lequel amènera l’étudiant à construire des connaissances sur divers aspects de la discipline : la variation ou le changement linguistique observé au sein d’un groupe linguistique ; le transfert linguistique ; la question de survie et de vitalité des groupes linguistiques minoritaires ; les situations de bi/multilinguisme ; les phénomènes liés aux contacts de langues et aux conflits diglossiques. Note: L'étudiant ne peut pas recevoir de crédits pour FRN 805 et FRN 831AA



        FRN 900 - Séminaire

        NO COURSE DESCRIPTION



        FRN 901 - Recherche et rédaction de thèse

        NO COURSE DESCRIPTION




        Program Perks

        La Cité students benefit from many exciting opportunities, including:

        • Work Experience - build your résumé with professional experience, develop your network and earn money with alternating work and study terms through our co-operative education program...learn more
        • Study Abroad - choose from over 350 partner institutions worldwide in more than 70 countries, including over a dozen universities in French-speaking countries...learn more
        • Free Tutoring - work closely with a tutor for up to 2.5 hours per week every semester, one of the many services offered through our Centre de services aux étudiants...learn more

        Careers

          A French degree opens doors across Canada and internationally, with opportunities in various fields:

          • Arts & Culture (ex. event organizer, librarian, museum curator, archivist)
          • Education (ex. teacher, professor, researcher)
          • Government & Society (ex. lawyer, politician, analyst, foreign service officer, translator)
          • Journalism: (ex. journalist, editor, communications)
          • Administration (ex. human resources, marketing, finance)
          • Tourism (ex. travel agent, tour guide, flight attendant)

          Student Spotlight

            Some cool things our students and alumni have done:

            • Completed an 8-month work term at Vimy Ridge in Normandy, France...learn more
            • Interned at Parliament Hill in Ottawa...learn more
            • Earned their J.D. from a bilingual law program...learn more
            • Produced the kids' television show ONIVA! on Radio-Canada...learn more

             

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