Что я буду изучать?

This program is designed for students who wish to become bilingual, teach a second language (in partnership with the School of Education), or pursue a career where a very good knowledge of French is a strong asset.

The Department of French and Quebec Studies puts the emphasis on the acquisition, and the improvement of the French language at all levels, and intends to serve beginner, intermediate, and advanced students as well as native speakers. The program is composed of five levels, each of which contains a minimum of two grammar and writing courses, combined with a course focusing on oral comprehension and expression. This provides the students with a coherent and logical learning process by the end, of which they can understand, read, speak, and write French correctly.

The Department also offers a number of inter- and multidisciplinary courses designed for both native and advanced non-native speakers. These courses allow students to progressively master the French language, and to become acquainted with a variety of cultural movements that are significant to the francophone world. Through the study of the works of meaningful francophone artists, students will better understand and appreciate the history and the evolution of the Francophonie, particularly in a Quebec and Canadian context.

Regulations regarding the Minor, Major, or Honors in French

French as a Second Language courses (“FRE”) taken by students prior to their first semester at Bishop’s University cannot count for a Minor, a Major, or an Honors in French (other French courses can). French as a Second Language courses taken outside of Bishop’s University (such as an immersion course) during the students’ stay at Bishop’s University must have received the departmental approval before they are undertaken. Students might be requested to take an evaluation test upon completion of those courses in order to receive Bishop’s University credits.

Independent Studies

Only students in their last year in the Majeure/Honors in French and Quebec studies are entitled, upon proposal of a detailed study plan and with a minimum average of 70% in their area of specialization (including cognates), at the end of the previous semester, to request an independent studies with the professor of his/her choice.

Departmental Policy regarding FRE and FRA Courses

FRE courses are French as a Second Language courses and are therefore designed and reserved for non-francophone students. We consider to be francophone a student whose parents (one or both) are native French speakers, and/or a student who has studied full-time, at any moment during his/her schooling, in a francophone institution (aside from immersion programs). If it is discovered, when studying at Bishop’s, that a francophone has received credits for one or many FRE course(s), he or she will lose all corresponding credits without reimbursement. Exceptions can be made with a mandatory written permission from the Chair of the Department to register and to obtain credits for an FRE course. Francophone students are allowed to take, without any restrictions other than specific prerequisites, any of the FRA courses offered by our department.

На каком факультете я буду учиться?

Faculty of Arts and Science

Варианты обучения

Очная (120 кредитных часов)

Цена
CAN $848.52 per credit; Compulsory fee: CAN $1,618.87
Начало обучения

12 Январь 2022

Где

Faculty of Arts and Science

2600 College Street,

SHERBROOKE,

Quebec (QC),

J1M 1Z7, Canada

Вступительные требования

Для студентов, проживающих в Соединенных Штатах

Applicants must have USA high school student for admission purposes if you: are currently completing Grade 12 at a high school in the United States; or you graduated within the last two years from high school in the United States and you have not studied elsewhere since graduation. English Language Requirements: TOEFL minimum overall score of 237 (computer-based) or 90 (Internet – based); IELTS minimum overall score of 6.5; MELAB minimum score o 85; CAEL minimum overall score of 70; Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE) minimum score of C; Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) minimum score of C; Pearson Test of English: Academic (PTE: Academic) minimum overall score of 61.

Для иностранных студентов

International High School Students: You are considered an international high school student for admission purposes if you: are currently completing secondary school at a country outside of Canada or the USA; or you completed secondary school at a country outside of Canada or the USA within the last two years and you have not studied elsewhere since completing your secondary school studies

Admission Requirements General: Completed secondary school credential that would permit you access to university in that country. If you are studying at or have graduated from secondary school in a country where secondary school finishes after only 11 years of formal schooling, you may not apply directly to Bishop’s University. You will need to complete at least one year of study at a college or university before applying to transfer to Bishop’s.

English language proficiency requirements: TOEFL minimum overall score of 237 (computer-based) or 90 (internet based); IELTS minimum overall score of 6.5; MELAB minimum overall score of 85; Canadian Academic English Language - CAEL minimum overall score of 70; Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE) minimum score of C; Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) minimum score of C; Pearson Test of English: Academic (PTE: Academic) minimum overall score of 61.

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