Designed for those with limited English proficiency, an undergraduate pathway gives students an opportunity to eventually enroll in their chosen degree program. The pathway program helps students improve their language arts skills via classes in reading, writing, listening and speaking.
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The SELF is an upper-division undergraduate level program open to university undergraduates with a basic level of French and who have completed at least two years of univ
The SELF is an upper-division undergraduate level program open to university undergraduates with a basic level of French and who have completed at least two years of university studies. It is entirely taught in English and offers approximately 20 courses per semester in the following fields: law/political science, business/business culture, and humanities. The SELF will help students get familiar with the French University system and culture. It can also help them improve their proficiency to study in French the following semester (except for beginners). It is a full-time program and cannot be combined with other programs.
Students enrolled in DEUF also benefit from an educational tutoring (depending on the subjects studied) during which they meet with educational tutors who help them in th
Level of study: All levels of study
Period of study: One semester or one academic year
Language level required:
French level required to attend courses taught in French
B1 level for all courses except information & communication
C1 level for information and communication courses
Certificate or attestation required along with nomination
Contents of the programs:
Common core curriculum
French as a foreign language : 20 hours per semester/5 credits
Introduction to French Culture and Civilization: 10 hours per semester/3 credits
Elective courses: Courses to be chosen in all faculties. For further information on courses available, please refer to the course catalogue.