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GRADUATE STUDENTS: COMPLETE STEPS 1, 2 & 3

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: COMPLETE STEPS 2 & 3

 

STEP 1: (for graduate students only)

You must first be admitted as an undergraduate independent student*: http://www.concordia.ca/admissions/independent-students.html

*The only way for a graduate student to register for a French course is to be admitted as an undergraduate independent student in addition to being a current graduate student.

STEP 2:
  • If you ha​ve no previous knowledge of French, please send us an e-mail at etfran.lang_lit@concordia.ca mentioning this and we will give you permission to register for FRAN 211.
  • If you have previous knowledge of French, follow these steps :
  • Take the placement test.
  • Do the 4 following parts : LISTENING - WRITING - READING - STRUCTURES (no need to do the vocabulary part) and take note (or a picture) of your results (A2, B1, C1, etc.) for each part.
  • Write a short paragraph written by you in French (100 words). You should introduce yourself (your studies, your interests, hobbies, last travel, etc). Please do not use any software such as Antidote.
  • Do a short recording (3 min) of you speaking French. Please talk about the French courses previously taken (when? where? for how long? which level?). Tell us if you use French daily.
  • Send an email to etfran.lang_lit@concordia.ca and include your results, your name, your student identification number, your answer to the question and your recording.
  • Please be honest in your evaluation, so you can be placed in a class that corresponds to your level.

TAKE THE PLACEMENT TEST

STEP 3:

 

Please note that the authenticity of diplomas and language certificates (DELF / DALF, TCFQ, etc.) will be verified and any fraud reported.

Veuillez noter que l'authenticité des diplômes et des certificats de langue (DELF/DALF, TCFQ, etc.) sera contrôlée et toute fraude signalée.

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