Francization2024-04-09T18:18:01-04:00

Francization NDG

Free part-time French courses and conversations groups

Are you looking to embrace the rich culture and opportunities in the beautiful borough of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (NDG), Montreal? Francization is your journey to fully immersing yourself in this vibrant community. Our mission is to provide accessible and effective French language instruction to residents and newcomers alike.

Unlock the full potential of your life in NDG by mastering the French language and becoming an active member of this diverse and welcoming borough. Enroll in our free French courses today and take the first step toward your journey of Francization.

NDG Francization: News

Welcome to NDG Francization: Your Path to a Bilingual Future

Free French Courses:

Our organization offers free French courses in NDG. We believe that language should not be a barrier to participation, so we make high-quality language education available to everyone.

Cultural Integration:

Language is just the beginning. We provide resources and guidance to help you integrate fully into the NDG community. Explore local events, connect with neighbors, and discover the rich cultural diversity of NDG.

Community Support:

Our dedicated team is here to support you every step of the way. From enrollment to graduation, we’re committed to your success. We offer guidance on language acquisition, job search, and other essential aspects of life in NDG.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What support services are available for newcomers besides language courses?2023-11-02T13:59:47-04:00

In addition to language courses, we offer various support services to help newcomers integrate into Quebec society. These services may include job placement assistance, cultural orientation, and information on community resources. Feel free to inquire about specific services when you enroll in our courses.

Are the French courses free?2023-11-02T13:53:04-04:00

Yes. The MIFI French courses are free! This linguistic integration program is mainly addressed to Permanent Residents, Naturalized Canadian Citizens, Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Temporary Residents such as holders of a temporary work permit or international students.

En collaboration avec le gouvernement du Québec