Colleges and Universities

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Whether interested in architecture or tourism, medicine or education, French immersion and core French students can now continue to study in French! This section includes a comprehensive listing of post-secondary opportunities in Canada, and a look at eight of the most interesting, varied and innovative institutions in Canada that offer post-secondary educational opportunities to French Second Language students.

CPF Guide For Bilingual Youth Information for senior high school students or recent graduates

International Contacts

Canadian Contacts

The Association of Colleges and Universities of the Canadian Francophonie (known by the acronym ACUFC for its French name, “Association des collèges et universités de la francophonie canadienne”) promotes community college and university education in minority francophone communities in Canada, through cooperation between its member institutions. Visit its website for a list of member institutions.

BC Universities

Simon Fraser University – SFU

University of British Columbia – UBC

BC Colleges

  • Collège Éducacentre College (Students taking Collegial courses while doing their Grade 10-12 will see credit counting towards both their Grade 12 diploma as well as towards their post-secondary studies. Also courses for adults).

Alberta Universities

Ontario Universities

Manitoba Universities

New Brunswick Universities

Newfoundland & Labrador Universities

Nova Scotia Universities

Quebec Universities

Saskatchewan Universities

Other Important Links

The BC Ministry of Education’s Graduation Program Requirements page lists the different requirements for earning a grade 12 Dogwood Diploma, as well as information about Francophone program and French Immersion program secondary school graduation credentials. Please note that these policy are current as established by 2004 Graduation Program, which applies to students who began Grade 10 on or after July 1, 2004.

The Alliance Française offers the DELF and DALF French as a foreign language diplomas. The DALF proves the language competency of a student applying to a French university and they will not have to take a language test to enter.

Read a guide to these exams and to find answers to: Frequently Asked Questions About the DELF in Canada

The Resources-CPF National Guides: Inventory of Post-Secondary page includes an inventory of post-secondary opportunities provides information for non-francophone students who are interested in studying in French at the university level. The inventory focuses on French language, academic and social supports for Anglophone students studying in French, identified by CPF surveys of university students and high school guidance counsellors

Capilano University offers academic studies and university transfer, career and vocational programs, and extension programs.

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