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  • Université Laval

    Online intensive French program (5-week), from July 6 to August 9 

    Our online program offers courses for intermediate and advanced learners and includes sociocultural activities that reinforce language learning and practice, while also providing an introduction to Quebec’s unique culture. Our real-time online classes encompass team work, individual learning activities, and multimedia lab practice.  

    https://www.flsh.ulaval.ca/en/ecole-langues/academics/french-second-foreign-language/intensive-courses-5-week

    Contact person: Jean-Francois Faucher, Jean-Francois.Faucher@elul.ulaval.ca

  • Centre linguistique du Collège de Jonquière

    (Online French for 16–18-year-olds)

    From June 29 to July 16, 2020 (1 hr 15 min. per day Monday to Thursday)

    Dynamic, participatory teaching focused on oral communication
    Interactive learning
    Team projects
    Groups of 8 to 10 participants
    Cost: $140
    Limited spaces

    https://langues-jonquiere.ca/en/programs-for-youth.html

    Contact person: Guy Paradis, GuyParadis@cegepjonquiere.ca

  • Université du Québec à Chicoutimi

    Fall session: Short French language learning program (spoken and written) for non-French speakers (12 credits) (beginner, intermediate, and advanced) – 100% online

    French classes primarily focused on oral communication
    Experienced, highly qualified teachers
    Small groups (no more than 12 students)
    University credits (may be transferable)
    Classes on Quebec culture
    Social and cultural activities
    Dynamic and experienced activity leaders
    Competitively priced

    http://elf.uqac.ca/english/dates-and-costs/fall/

  • Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)

    Non-accredited language training at UQAM - Distance learning

    Shape your future, improve your French! Do you want to learn or improve French to speak it more fluently, while discovering certain cultural aspects of Montreal?”

    http://langues-immersion.uqam.ca/en/our-programs/online-course.html

    Contact person: Danielle Paquette, paquette.danielle@uqam.ca

  • Université de Moncton

    Continuing education – French as a second language courses

    Your time is limited and precious. Our online courses are flexible, engaging, and easily accessible, and are filled with interactive learning activities. You will also have the opportunity to interact with your colleagues and teachers in a web conference environment. 

    https://www.umoncton.ca/learnfrench/online

    Contact person : Valérie Levesque, valerie.levesque@umoncton.ca

  • Campus Glendon at York University

    Are you looking for some free educational programming in French for your bored teens (grade 9–12 students in Core, Extended, French Immersion, or attending French-language schools) this summer? Our Brain Boosting August Virtual Camp will provide participants with interactive workshops that will expand their skills, grow their vocabulary, and teach them important competencies.

    Register your francophone and francophile youth today. It’s free!

    glendon.yorku.ca/brainboosting/augustcamp/

    Contact person: Katie Ablett, destination@glendon.yorku.ca

  • Western University (École d’immersion française de Trois-Pistoles)

    Join us for an online Québécois adventure.

    In this self-paced online course, you will complete a number of modules that include both linguistic and cultural components.

    Move through the content at your own speed and learn or refresh basic language skills. Listen and practice speaking. Build your confidence communicating in typical, daily interactions. And train your ears for the accents you would hear in Quebec, other areas of French-speaking Canada, and in francophone areas around the world.

    Registration is free for Explore candidates with the code EXPLORE20.

    https://wcs.uwo.ca/search/publicCourseSearchDetails.do?method=load&courseId=29737554#courseSectionDetails_30890250

    Contact person: Kathy Asari, tpistole@uwo.ca

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