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Professional Development Program - French Module
Do you need more information or do you have any questions? Sign up for the information sessions below.
The Professional Development Program (PDP) Admissions Office offers information sessions in English regularly to learn more about:
- The history and structure of the program
- The admission requirements, including prerequisites
- The application process and deadlines
PDP - MODULE FRANÇAIS
The 30-minute information sessions (including a question period), hosted by SFU’s Office of Francophone and Francophile Affairs (OFFA), provide information about the French Module’s specificities and advantages such as:
- Bachelor of Education as a second degree (BEd)
- Optional course EDUC 486 - Identity(ies), Language(s) and Teaching: The Challenges of Bilingual/Plurilingual Teachers in a Minority Setting
- Dual Program at the Université de Tours, France
- Community-based Module in one of the Conseil Scolaire Francophone’s schools
- Additional bursaries and awards for students studying in French at SFU, including the PDP - French Modules
- French language support
- Student life in French and networking with the francophone community
- French language requirement - DELF-DALF
The information sessions are held in French on Zoom. After registering, you will receive an email with instructions on how to join the session (login link, meeting ID and password).
NOTE - It is strongly recommended to attend an information session organized by the PDP Admissions Office before attending the French Module information session.
If you are unable to attend an information session, please contact us for more information:
- Admissions Office: firstname.lastname@example.org (service offered in English)
- French Module (program options and DELF-DALF exam): email@example.com (service offered in French and English)
Bursaries and Awards
By pursuing graduate studies at SFU, you may be eligible for a variety of bursaries specific to studies in French, in addition to those available through your faculty.
The Dual Program gives students the option of obtaining both the Teaching Certificate from the Teacher Regulation Branch and the Master from the Université de Tours.
Have questions or want to learn more about this program? Contact us:
Information in French
Information in English