Yes. All participants will receive a complete schedule of activities in the first few days of the program.
No, however we recommend that you register 2 to 3 weeks prior to the program start date.
Yes. You will have to do a written placement test online to determine your level of French proficiency. You will receive the procedure by email a few days after your registration. Your registration will only be completed once you have done the placement test. The results of the test will not be transmitted. You will join a class that reflects your level.
At the beginning of the program all students will take a written placement test. This will determine your level in French and the corresponding courses you need to take.
Students arriving in advance of the foreseen date for their accommodation with a host family or in residence will be responsible for finding their own accommodation until the official start of the program.
No. Attendance is mandatory throughout the program.
No. Please refer to the lodging coordinator.
In addition to the credits, you will receive a certificate stating the number of class hours completed.
The average is 17 students per class.
Yes, we offer courses ranging from beginner to advanced.
None of our host family can accommodate families with children.
Generally, no. If you have a major issue, we will make a change.
We take the answers you give in the registration form and pair you with a family who corresponds to your profile.
Please refer to the lodging coordinator.
Yes, you can access it for free. However in the residence buildings only cable Internet is available.
Most families do provide Internet access; however, they are not required to do so.
All programs are open to people 18 years of age and older. In addition to university students, we often have professors, professionals, retirees and anyone interested in improving their French skills.
No, you must be 18 years of age or older to register in the programs.
To activate your student records, you need your permanent student number (code permanent) and your Personal Identification Number (PIN) ( numéro d’identification personnel NIP)
We suggest that you download the powerpoint presentation that explains how to enter your file and your e-mail box at the following e-mail address:
Access to your student records : https://wprodl.uqac.ca/dossier_etudiant/
Every student registered at the École de langue française has access to their student records on-line. These student records include information such as your unofficial transcript, financial transactions and tax-related documents.
To request an official transcript, you must complete the form on the UQAC’s website at this address : http://formulaires.uqac.ca/registraire/demande-de-documents-officiels-etudiant/. Please note that the form is only available in French.
Yes, you must buy a parking sticker upon your arrival.
Yes, the Bagotville-Saguenay Airport (YBG) is located 15 km from the university.
Yes, here is the link to UQAC’s sports centre : sports.uqac.ca.