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Full-time courses

Are you available to take a French course of about 30 hours a week over a period of 11 weeks?

You could be eligible for full-time French courses if you:

  • have lived in Canada for five years or less
  • reside in Québec
  • do not have sufficient knowledge of French for everyday life or work
  • are 16 years of age or older
  • have an immigration status that allows it.

You will be granted financial assistance if you are eligible for full-time French courses. Moreover, courses are given throughout the year. You can expect to begin your training soon after submitting an application for admission, even in summer.

Here is the procedure to determine if you are eligible and how to register.

1.  Choose your method of registration
You can apply for admission on line or download the form entitled Demande d’admission aux cours à temps complet et d’aide financière (Application for admission to full-time courses and financial assistance).

The application for financial assistance is made at the same time as the application for admission.

2. Fill out your application.

The Ministère will examine your application. If you are eligible for a full-time course, the Ministère will tell you the time and place of the course in which you are registered as well as the financial aid granted to you.

If you need to obtain an evaluation of your French proficiency, you will be informed of the method for evaluating your ranking. Following this evaluation, the Ministère will register you in the course that best corresponds to your French skills.

If you are not eligible for a full-time French course, another part-time or on-line formula could be possible for you.

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