The country offers top-level education and modern facilities, and in Canada, you can study French for all intents and purposes in a native country. Quebec, in eastern Canada, is a predominantly French-speaking province – French being the official language.
Today, Montreal (the world’s third-largest French-speaking city after Paris and Kinshasa) and Quebec City are the region’s main cities and excellent destinations for studying French (and more). The Canadian capital Ottawa and the Atlantic provinces are also good choices.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT COURSE?
Go Study Canada can help you choose the right city and the right French course.
With such a wide range of courses, it is important to consider a number of factors such as price, school, facilities, nationality mix, method, and activities offered.
Our goal is to find the best course for your personal needs, goals, and budget. Our direct contacts with many schools in Canada allow us to offer our students great prices and promotions throughout the year. Once you’re enrolled in one of our courses, our services are completely free.
TYPES OF COURSES
- General French – Courses to help you acquire vocabulary, fluency, and confidence in expressing yourself, and refine your grammar. Available at various levels from Introductory/Basic to Advanced;
- Executive Business French – Courses designed to practise speaking, listening, reading and writing in a business context. Topics include marketing, producing resumes, interview techniques, telephone communication and presentation methods;
- French Language Certificate (Diplome d’Études en Langue Française or DELF) – diploma awarded by the French Ministry of Education, certifying the student’s language level. It is based on 6 levels of competence, and in each level a grade is given to the 5 main activities: listening, reading, writing, oral presentation and oral interaction (similar to the IELTS/TOEFL for English);
- Study Holiday – for young students under the age of 18.