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  • Locations: Quebec, Canada
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Program Sponsor: University of North Georgia 
  • Restrictions: UGA applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 04/01/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
NOTE: April 1, 2018 is the UGA deadline for registration. Please note that this program may have a different application deadline.
Summer 2019 02/17/2019 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
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Program Category: Non-UGA Type of Instruction: Lecture
Language of Instruction: French Open to non-UGA students: No
Program Description:
Qu├ębec, Canada SAL Quebec 1

Department of Modern & Classical Languages

Dr. Olivier Le Blond

olivier.leblond@ung.edu

 
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Program Snapshot
 
 

The Québec Program is a French-immersion program conducted in collaboration with the Université Laval, located in Québec City. All students will take a course on Québec history and civilization with the program director during week 1 of the trip. During the following 5 weeks, students take courses with Laval University teachers. Classroom instruction is supplemented by excursions, sporting, cultural, and social events conducted in French by a team of Université Laval animateurs. Students will reside and eat meals with Quebecois families. There is no other USG French immersion program in Canada. During weeks 2-6 students will take 18 hours of formal classroom instruction per week. The excursions and activities for week 1 include: walking tour of Québec City; orientation on campus; museum visits to the Musée de l'Amérique Francaise, Musée de la Civilization, Centre d'interpretation; and aperitif at the program director's residence. For weeks 2-6 the activities and excursions include: visit to a cabane à sucre; visit to Tadoussac and whale watching; visit to lle d'Orléans; cathedral visits; hiking; 2 movies per week; international night; costume ball; and one group meal with the director. Students will also have an individual meeting with the director every Monday.
SAL Quebec 2
Location

SAL Quebec 3The Université Laval is the premier French-speaking university in North America and has 38,000 students. Laval is proud to be a green campus with a very well-organized recycling program. The campus is 56% wooded parkland, green space and athletic fields.
 
Laval has been teaching French as a foreign or second language since 1937 and has developed its own very effective pedagogical approach. The teachers are engaged in and devoted to teaching French. It is, simply put, their passion in life to promote French and Québec culture. Québec is a French-speaking Canadian province. It is the only province with a predominantly French-speaking population.
Academics
  • Students may earn up to 9 credit hours
  • 6 week summer program
  • Weekend excursions organized by local faculty and students
  • All instruction is in French
QuebecLavalProgram BrochureFREN 1920/1930/1940- Elementary French (3hrs)
These courses focus on the expansion of vocabulary, comprehension, basic conversation, pronounciation, and grammar and structure of the French language.

FREN 2920/3920/4920 - Québec Civilization and Culture (3hrs)
These courses focus on Québec Culture and Civilization from 1535 to present day, including site visits, reading a novel, journal-writing, an oral presentation and term paper on one aspect of Quebecois culture.

FREN 2930/3930/4930 -  French Language (3hrs)
These courses offer a continued study of French with a concentration on grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation.  

FREN 2940/3940/4940 -  French Phonetics & Conversation (3hrs)
These courses focus on an in-depth study of phonetics and conversational situations designed to enable students to argue and defend their position.
 
Program Costs
Includes:
  • R/T airfare from Atlanta to Québec
  • Housing with local families
  • 3 meals daily
  • 6 week bus pass
  • Selected excursions
  • International & local insurance
  SAL Quebec 5
Does NOT include:
  • North Georgia tuition & fees (9 credit hours)
  • Passport fees
  • Spending money
  • Books
  • Travel to/from Atlanta airport

Financial Aid & Scholarships
If you receive scholarships, grants, or loans as a University of North Georgia student, please contact your Financial Aid Counselor to see how much of your current aid package you'll be able to utilize towards this exchange program. Click here to find the Financial Aid Office location on your home campus. Participants on this program may be eligible to apply for these national and institutional scholarships:
 
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