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The richness of bilingualism

English and French are the official languages of Canada and two important international languages. Improved bilingualism is therefore an asset and an added value.

Many students feel that improving their English is important in order to succeed in their studies and benefit from greater career opportunities. We have developed an unparalleled expertise in this area, allowing you to thrive in both English or French, the two languages of our institution, which happen to be spoken all over the world, while you pursue a top-level education.

Our English Immersion Courses allow you to take courses taught in English in your program while receiving course-specific language support, at no extra cost! They are proven to help in your transition to university courses and contribute to improved academic performance.

English Immersion Courses in 2022-2023
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The following courses will offer specific language support to first-year students.

Faculty Fall 2022 Winter 2023

Arts

CMN 1148-A00 + ESL 2181-C1 (Thursday, 11:30-12:50)

CMN 1160-C00 + ESL 2181-C3 (Wed, 10:00-11:20)

Engineering

ITI 1120-A00, B00 or C00 + ESL 2181-T1 (Wednesday, 1:00-2:20)

ITI 1121-A00, B00 or C00 + ESL 2181-T3 (Mon, 11:30-12:50)

Social Sciences

ECO 1104 (all sections) + ESL 2181-E4 (Tues, 2:30-3:50) 

DVM 1100-B00 + ESL 2181-I1 (Wed, 2:30-3:50)

ECO 1102-G00 + ESL 2181-E2 (Tues, 4:00-5:20)

Telfer, Management

ECO 1104 (all sections) + ESL 2181-E4 (Tues, 2:30-3:50) 

ECO 1102-G00 + ESL 2181-E2 (Tues, 4:00-5:20)

If none of those immersion courses interests you, you can still improve your English skills with typical  English as a Second Language courses.

Thanks to the many resources on campus, you can improve your speaking and writing skills in an encouraging environment. In addition, you will have access to a variety of official, social, and cultural activities during the academic year, which will be perfect opportunities to practice your new skills.

And did you know that students may write assignments and exams in French or English in nearly any course, except in language courses and a few exceptions?

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