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French as second language at the Université de Moncton, Moncton Campus – Bridge Program

The Université de Moncton is one of the best places for Anglophones and other non-Francophones to become bilingual while completing their post-secondary education. The student population is French, there are numerous social and cultural activities and a dynamic Acadian culture, and French is the language of instruction for nearly all programs, with the exception of some evening courses taught in English for the general population of Moncton.

Students can find more information about the definition of a non-Francophone student and the rules governing their admission and status in Article 6 of the Rules for Undergraduate Programs of the Répertoire de l'Université de Moncton. There is only one class at the advanced / superior level in written French for non-Francophone students on the Moncton campus; courses in Conversational French are offered by the CIAF on the Shippagan campus. These courses are designed to help students achieve their goals in the most efficient manner and involve them in a variety of learning activities.

Because of the language requirement, every applicant needs to have a French-language assessment before being admitted into any university program. This Placement Test will determine his or her level of French and will help the department decide which French courses a student should take, if any, before being admitted into a regular program.

Read the pages available from the list in the column on the left, particularly the FAQ. If you have any questions, please contact us.

Download our English brochure on French immersion here.

 

 

 

 

 

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