Curriculum & Instruction: Teaching and Learning in French: Plurilingualism, Francophonie and Education MEd (online) - Fall 2020
Applicants must meet SFU master's admission requirements.
- A bachelor's degree with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0/4.33 (B), or a grade point average of at least 3.33/4.33 (B+) based on the last 60 credits of undergraduate courses from a recognized university, or the equivalent. In exceptional cases, applications will be considered where the applicant has followed an alternate educational path and the applicant has extensive experience in an educational or professional setting.
- Submitted evidence that the applicant is capable of undertaking advanced work in the area of interest. This is usually judged from letters of reference from qualified referees and an academic writing sample.
- Several years of exemplary and varied educational and professional experience, preferably in the area of interest.
In exceptional circumstances, a student may be admitted with lower formal qualification than in (1) when there is significant professional experience relevant to the proposed area of scholarship.
Students must satisfy any further requirements set by the graduate program committee.
French language proficiency
Students will need to demonstrate a level of oral and written French skills suitable for graduate level of study. If necessary, this can be done by an interview with the candidate(s).
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