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Bilingual Programme



Immerse yourself in the cosmopolitan culture and two languages of Montreal, the world's biggest bilingual city. This course allows you to study both English and French in unique surroundings, and with exceptional flexibility.


Facts

Level

All Levels

Course Duration
Minimum 1 week
Course start dates
  • Every Monday

Lessons per week
24/30 lessons per week
Lesson
45 minutes
Available In
Maximum in Class

 15 students


This course is suitable for students

  • want to improve their skills in both General English and General French
  • want to mix with both English and French speakers
  • want to supplement their learning with a French or English homestay


What can you expect on this course?

One Course, Two Languages

On this course, you will improve your skills in two languages at once. As you advance towards fluency in English and French, you will become immersed in the world of language learning. And when you leave the classroom and go outside into one of the most enchanting cities in the world, you can choose to practise your English, your French, or both!

Choose Your Course and Your Focus

You decide the intensity and focus of your studies.

Choose 24 lessons per week (Semi-Intensive), and you will have 20 lessons learning one language and 4 lessons learning the other. Or choose 30 lessons per week (Intensive), and spend 20 lessons on one language and 10 lessons on the other.

You can choose either English or French as your primary focus and you will be tested in both languages to ensure you are in the right classes for both of your levels.

Bilingual Study & Work

If you have Intermediate French and Intermediate English, you can put your bilingual skills to use on the Study & Work Co-Op Programme in Montreal. See page 34 for more details.

Experience Family Life in English or French

If you choose our Homestay accommodation in Montreal, you can decide if you want to stay with a French- or English-speaking family. If you have a low level of English, for example, you may want to gain more practice outside of the classroom by staying with an English-speaking family. Or if you choose to spend most of your classroom time learning English, you may want to practise your French in the evenings with a French-speaking family.

Like so many things on this flexible course, it’s up to you!