Where to Explore?
Attention: Due to CoVID-19, please note that all 2020 spring and summer sessions have been cancelled.
There are over 20 institutions across Canada that offer Explore! Discover their particular histories and communities. Each location has a different set of activities and workshops, as well as a unique community to welcome you to town.
Please note that each institution may have different start/end dates and age restrictions, and some offer credits and Languages at Work. Some locations even offer home-stays with local families as a way of immersing program participants even more deeply in the language. Canada has an amazing history and heritage to be explored — which adventure will you choose?
Some institutions may require you to arrive a day earlier and/or leave a day later than the listed program dates. Please confirm your exact arrival and departure dates with your assigned institution before making any travel arrangements.
If you are not eligible for the funding provided by the Explore program (or if you miss the program deadline) and still wish to participate, most institutions accept participants who can cover their own expenses. Please contact the institution directly for more information.
Please note that these are FSL (French-as-a-second-language) institutions only. Click here to see the ESL (English-as-a-second-language) institutions.
Click on the province of your choice or make your selection based on institutions' requirements.
Université de Saint-Boniface - CANCELLED
Located near downtown Winnipeg, Université de Saint-Boniface offers students a unique learning experience in the city's French quarter. This is an intensive French-language program. Our courses are taught using a conversational and experiential theme-based approach, with the emphasis on oral communication. There is a handbook for each level. You will complete two levels during the program.
The activities preferred by participants:
- Day trips exploring Manitoba. A different destination every year
- Visit to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights
- Dragon boat workshop
What makes this program special and unique:
- The program uses the À Vous! collection to meet the needs of its language learners.
- Classes participate in buts expérientiels presentations, allowing students to put their new skills on display