Bachelor’s in Études françaises (French Studies) (BA)

On campus learning,

Full Time,

4-Year Bachelor's Degree

The total service fee for this program:

€ 299

Pre payment for this program:

€ 99

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ABOUT

Studying in Études françaises (French Studies) (BA)  Concordia University in Canada:

Whether you’re an absolute beginner or a francophone, you’re welcome here. You study French at your own pace. this university offer a wide variety of language courses and you’re able to choose from academic paths in linguistics, literature or translation.

In language courses, you study and practise the techniques and structures of French. Francophone literature is a vast domain, covering a wide range of countries and spanning many centuries. You’ll learn to analyze literary texts, as well as scholarly materials and research literature, enhancing your ability to read, understand, enjoy and appraise written French.

As North America’s capital of French culture, Montreal is a living lab. You’ll connect with Quebec culture, tradition, history and literature as well as with a diverse French-speaking community from around the world.

Whether you want to work in science, culture or business, advanced training in French is a valuable linguistic asset in Canada, an essential tool for living in Quebec, and a ticket to roam la francophonie.

Necessary information:

  • Duration: 3 to 4 years
  • Degree awarded by: Concordia University in Canada
  • Admission criteria: High school Diploma
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Tuition fee: 25,650
  • Faculty: Faculty of Arts & Science

Note: The Total cost includes: tuition fee, health insurance fee and compulsory fees.

 

Curriculum:

A Bachelor of Arts degree takes a minimum of three or four years (90-120 credits) of full-time study

  • Specialization in Langue française (60 credits)
  • Specialization in Littératures de langue française (60 credits)

Students in the specialization program will study French in one of two groups:
Group A: students who have completed high school in a language other than French
Group B: students who have completed high school in French

  • Major in Langue française (45 credits)
  • Major in Langue française (profil langue seconde/étrangère) (45 credits)
  • Major in Littératures de langue française (45 credits)
  • Major in Littératures de langue française (profil langue seconde/étrangère) (45 credits)
  • Major in Traduction (48 credits)

 

Career opportunity:

  • Translation and Interpretation: As a French Studies graduate, you have the skills and knowledge to work as a translator or interpreter, helping individuals and organizations communicate across languages and cultures.
  • Education: You can teach French language and literature at various levels, from primary to university level, or teach English as a foreign language in French-speaking countries.
  • Diplomacy and International Relations: With your knowledge of French language and culture, you can work in international organizations, embassies, or consulates, helping to facilitate communication and collaboration between nations.
  • Journalism and Media: You can work as a journalist or media correspondent covering French-speaking countries or regions, or work as a content creator for French-language media outlets.
  • Business and Commerce: You can work in international business, marketing, or sales, using your language and cultural knowledge to facilitate communication and negotiations with French-speaking clients and partners.
  • Tourism and Hospitality: You can work in the tourism industry, providing services to French-speaking tourists or working in French-speaking countries.

Application Requirements:

  • Academic Mark Sheets and original Transcripts of secondary and post-secondary studies
  • English proficiency test certificate
  • Statement of Purpose (SOP)
  • Letter of Recommendation (LORs)
  • Proof of Sufficient Funds
  • Valid Passport
  • High School: B overall, B in math
    – One math from Pre-Calculus, Calculus, or equivalent

 

English language requirements:

Language test Overall Score
IELTS 7 no band below 6.5
TOFEL iBT 95 no category below 20

 

Deadlines and intakes:

Fall term

March 1 is the deadline to apply for fall term entry. International students are encouraged to apply by February 1 to allow sufficient time for CAQ and study permit application processing.

WINTER
November 1 is the deadline to apply for winter term entry. International students are encouraged to apply by September 1 to allow sufficient time for CAQ and study permit application processing.

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Expenses (CAD)

Tuition

25,650

CAD

Application Fee

100

CAD

Program expenses

University & General Expenses

Health & dental insurance plan: 1,344 / Yearly
Books and supplies: 2,434 / Yearly
Housing (Rent): 7,440 / Yearly
Internet/Cell Phone: 1,040 / Yearly
Food: 5,685 / Yearly
Personal expenses: 1,803 / Yearly
Transport/Travel: 572 / Yearly
Miscellaneous: 500 / Yearly

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)

75

IELTS
7
TOFEL iBT
95

accommodation

Concordia University boasts a myriad of dormitories situated on both the Loyola Campus and the Sir George Williams Campus in the bustling heart of downtown Montreal. These dormitories provide accommodations ranging from single to double rooms, featuring communal amenities such as kitchens, bathrooms, and shared living spaces. Additionally, certain dormitories offer apartment-style living arrangements.

Outlined below are some of the student housing options available:

  • Grey Nuns Residence: Steeped in centuries-old heritage, Grey Nuns Residence is centrally located in downtown Montreal on the Sir George Williams Campus.
  • Hingston Hall: Designed for undergraduate residents, Hingston Hall is nestled within the tranquil surroundings of the Loyola Campus.
  • Jesuit Residence: Recently refurbished, the Jesuit Residence accommodates a diverse mix of graduate and undergraduate students.
  • YWCA Residence: Situated adjacent to the Sir George Williams Campus, the YWCA Residence dedicates two floors exclusively to Concordia University students.

After Graduation

Concordia University in Canada offers an array of employment assistance services tailored specifically for international students. These comprehensive services are meticulously crafted to facilitate students in securing employment opportunities, honing their career proficiencies, and navigating the intricate landscape of the Canadian job market.

Upon graduation, international students are entitled to apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP), enabling them to seek employment in Canada. The PGWP application grants individuals the privilege to work in Canada for a duration of up to three (3) years. It is imperative to initiate the PGWP application process within 90 days of receiving the final academic transcripts while concurrently holding a valid Study Permit.

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Tuition
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25,650

Deadline

Application Fee

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100

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Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)

75