FREE PART-TIME FRENCH COURSES
BIENVENUE À NOTRE-DAME-DE-GRÂCE

En collaboration avec le Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration

ANNOUNCEMENT:

Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration offers in-person classes for this 2022 Fall season.

SESSIONS & SCHEDULE

2022 Fall season: October 3 to December 18, 2022
REGISTRATION CLOSED

PRE-REGISTRATION PROCEDURE  FOR PART-TIME FRENCH COURSES

REGISTRATION CLOSED

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

For more information, please consult the government web page

www.Québec.ca/français

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

For more information, please consult the government web page

www.Québec.ca/français

EVALUATION SESSION

It is required that the students who studied French abroad or in Quebec in an institution not recognized by the Ministry of Immigration, Frenchisation and Integration, take the evaluation test.
After you register, we will contact you by email and specify the date of the test. The oral proficiency test will be conducted by a professor from MIFI.
The evaluation is not required for the following categories of students:
-Students who have no knowledge of French
-Students who have taken French language courses in the last 12 months in an institution recognized by Ministry of Immigration, Frenchisation and Integration
-Students who can present the official transcripts of their completed French courses in the 12 last months done an institution recognized by Ministry of Immigration, Frenchisation and Integration

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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.

Yes, international students are eligible for the French courses since July 1st 2019.

Unfortunately, visitors or tourists are not eligible. The MIFI French courses are mainly addressed to immigrants with permanent status.

Yes, immigrants that have been living in Canada for more than 5 years can apply for the MIFI part-time French program.

You will need to register for another session.

Yes. When applying for citizenship you can use your attestation as proof of language knowledge. However, you need to have a certain level. You can find more here.