You may decide…
- to major in French Studies,
- to double-major across a choice of other disciplines,
- to sign up for a single course,
- to benefit from a co-op placement or international exchange,
- to explore the possibility of graduate work at the Master’s level,
- to visit our writing tutorial centre,
- to attend a conference,
- to become involved with the Club francophone,
- to drop in on French Movie Nightfor a free Ciné-français screening,
- to contribute to the student magazine Mot Dit…
Courses that are right for you …
From our First Year Seminar devoted to Francophone literatures to our advanced written and oral French courses, from a basic introduction to French language to upper-year courses in French sociolinguistics, students interested in taking French courses can find the right course, no matter what their level of French may be. Our web-based placement test ensures that they are enrolling in the appropriate course. To further ensure proper placement, students enrolled in language courses are also asked to complete an in-class writing test during the first week of class. Here is a sample of courses regularly offered… come and see for yourself .
- FYSM 1408, World Literature in French
- FREN 1001, Elementary French
- FREN 3701, Techniques avancées d’expression orale.
- FREN 3414, La fabrique du français
How to apply…
For admission to the French program, you must have the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent including a minimum of six 4 U/M courses. Your six 4 U/M courses must include 4U English (or Anglais). It is Carleton University policy to consider your best performance in any eligible course in the admissions assessment. Since the number of qualified applicants may be greater than the number of available spaces, cut-off averages and required marks may vary. Please refer to our website for the current admission requirements.
Living in French in the Nation’s Capital
In Ottawa, French is everywhere. In the streets and on the news, at the movies and on the stage, on campus and on the Hill. French in Ottawa is definitely not just a subject for the classroom.