French Cohort

Study in B.C. and abroad: the French Cohort Program (FCP) offers you the opportunity to study in Canada’s two official languages. This multidisciplinary program, taught primarily in French, includes an exchange program to Quebec or Europe and leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, French and History.

About the French Cohort Program

The FPC offers you a personal learning experience and so much more, including:

  • Courses unique to the FCP
  • Small class sizes
  • Great support network
  • Committed Francophone professors
  • FCP language tutor
  • FCP Student Advisor
  • Student lounge and dedicated work space
  • Various scholarships and awards
  • Bilingual employment opportunities

The FCP courses offered by the Department of Political Science and the Department of History are taught primarily in French and include such topics as diplomacy, language and politics, global governance, public policy, political philosophy, and Canadian History. French courses, offered by the Department of French, consist of studies in French language, linguistics, francophone literatures, and cultures.

The FCP allows students to:

  • Focus on three areas of study: political science, French and history
  • Participate in a student exchange program: one year or one semester in Quebec or Europe
  • Get involved in unique community projects and field studies
  • Choose electives in both French and English
  • Be part of a cohort of students with whom you will study during your four years in university

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Programs available

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Got questions about the French Cohort program? Please contact the FCP Student Advisor and Administrator.

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