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Minimum GPA: 3.0 Credit Type: Transfer Credit
Courses Available: College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business Administration, College of Communication, College of Education, College of Engineering, College of Health Sciences, College of Nursing, Law School Language of Instruction: French
Boren Awards Preferred Location: No
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Université Laval was the first francophone university in North America and is a leader among research universities in Canada. It has a strong reputation for its traditions, teaching, research and creativity. It was founded as the Seminaire de Québec in 1663 and later received a charter from Queen Victoria that transformed it in 1852 into Université Laval. The university has a student population of nearly 35,000, including 2,000 international students. Students are offered access to more than 4 million publications and an impressive number of multimedia resources at the university's library.


Intensive French Language Summer Programme
For over 75 years, l'École de langues de l'Université Laval (ÉLUL) has been renown for its outstanding French as a Foreign Language programs. Today, it is the gateway to the Université for those aged 18 and over wishing to begin French studies, or to perfect their knowledge of the language.  The 5-week summer program is offered in May and July as an intensive French Language program where you will be immersed in the language and culture of Quebec. 


Students can choose to live in a on-camus accommodation or a homestay. 


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Québec City is located in the Canadian province of Québec, the eastern most province of the country. It is one of the few areas in North America to have preserved its French heritage and culture. Québec City's European charm and culture make it an engaging place to study. It boasts beautiful landscapes and numerous outdoor activities just outside of the city. It is home to internationally renowned festivals including the Festival d'ete, New France Festival, and the famous Winter Carnival. As a historic walled North American city overlooking the St. Lawrence River, Quebec has been recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site.

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