You are now in the main content area

Études françaises

Vibrez au rythme de la francophonie

Key Features

Courses in this program take into account the various cultural activities that take place in the area, which may include theatre or poetry presentations and various festivals which are attended by faculty and staff, as well as students. The activities improve the linguistic and cultural life of Francophones at Laurentian and in Sudbury while promoting the area’s Francophonie.
Engaged community partners include: Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario, Orignal déchaîné, Éditions Prise de parole, ACFAS, Radio-Canada, Le Voyageur, La Nuit sur l’étang, Centre Sablé de l’Université de Toronto, student outings (movie nights/theatre, etc.)
Small classes provide the optimal environment for academic success and plenty of opportunity for one-on-one discussions between professors and students.

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the B.A. en études françaises may choose to pursue studies in education and obtain their teaching degree or enrol in graduate studies in linguistics, literature, communications, interdisciplinary studies or speech-language pathology. A degree in Études françaises is also the foundation for careers in various fields, such as teaching, creative or professional writing, public relations, theatre arts, research, journalism, communications, etc.

Employers: French-language school boards in the province, Radio-Canada, provincial and federal civil services, sociocultural organizations, colleges, universities, cégeps, private marketing and public relations firms.

Does this program interest you?

Take an in-depth look at program details, courses, and degree options!

Program Details