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Immersion opportunities for Y11 and Y12 French students

Explore is a five-week intensive language-immersion program adapted to all skill levels for students who are 16 years of age.

Eligible participants are chosen through a lottery system. The $2,200 bursary covers tuition fees for the program, instructional materials, meals and accommodation. Students can choose from a number of French-speaking university campuses in Quebec, including Trois Rivières and Quebec City.

Explore bursary recipients can also apply to Languages at Work in a participating institution. Both programs are sponsored by the Ministry of Canadian Hertigage. The deadline for applying to this program is Thursday, Feb. 15.  You can find more information at:

www.myexplore.ca

www.languagesatwork.ca/en/

This is a wonderful opportunity for those who would like to improve their French.  Please contact Sophia Berezowsky at 416-488-1125, ext. 3387 or sberezowsky@ucc.on.ca  if you would like more information.

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