- Bourses et aide financière
A leader in cultural diversity
École de langues is Université Laval’s gateway to language learning, offering courses in French and English and eight foreign languages for the personal and professional enrichment of undergraduate and graduate students in every faculty. As a student, you’ll enjoy personalized instruction delivered by passionate teachers, whether you’re studying on campus, online, or a mix of both.
- Facteurs humains, l'infolettre
- Vie étudiante
- Vie facultaire
- Vie facultaire
- Vie universitaire
- Appel de candidatures
- Prix et distinctions
Certificate in French as a Foreign Language, Upper Intermediate Level
“I am a student in the French as a Foreign Language Certificate Program, upper intermediate level at l’Université Laval. Before coming to Quebec city, I completed a Master degree in environmental education and communication and worked in the field. I always worked for organisations which offered programs both in French and English. However, I could only teach in English. I then chose l’Université Laval because of its major historical significance in the French-speaking world and the good reputation of l’École de langues. The teachers and tutors are indeed amazing! Many other reasons pushed me to learn French. A part of my family comes from Québec and I wanted to understand their history. Learning French was also a dream for me in my childhood. My objective is to live in Québec City and to work in the environmental education and communication field. I hope that I will be able to work for a non-profit organization, for l’Université Laval or the government. Studying at l’Université Laval will help me learn French, to have fun and, of course, to reach my goal!”
École de langues in videos
Want to learn or master a second or foreign language? Planning a trip abroad? Université Laval’s École de langues uses innovative approaches to help you improve your language skills.
A hybrid approach to language learning
Cristina Carrillo, an instructor with École de langues in the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences, tells us how she developed a Spanish course that combines classroom and online learning.
When professors change lives: Meet Catherine Lemay and Rachel C. Vogel
Lecturer Catherine Lemay and Instructor Rachel C. Vogel from the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences spoke with Université Laval’s Instructional Support Office as part of an article series in the campus newspaper on professors who change lives.