Program Update 2021
At Western’s French Immersion School, we are committed to maximizing opportunities to learn French. As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our learning format has been adjusted in order to deliver our courses to you in the safest way possible. This summer, our credit programming will be offered online and, in the fall, we will continue to offer our non-credit French Essentials courses in the usual online format.
Due to increased travel restrictions and the arrival of new COVID-19 variants, we have decided to cancel all in-person programs for the remainder of 2021. The health and safety of our students and community is our top priority. We look forward to welcoming you to Trois-Pistoles in 2022.
Live the language and culture of Quebec
Western University's French Immersion School attracts participants from all over Canada, the United States, and other parts of the world, who wish to improve their French skills in order to upgrade their education or to pursue a professional or personal goal.
The French Immersion School offers you an experience of a lifetime: a complete immersion environment, so that you not only learn French, but live the language and the culture of Quebec.
What we offer
Our non-credit online programming features our partner town of Trois-Pistoles and offers a variety of activities and tasks for students learning French and looking to experience the Quebecois culture at the same time.
University Credit Program
Our Credit Program allows you to learn French in an immersive setting while earning a university French credit from Western University.
Practice your speaking skills and increase your French vocabulary during our One Week or Two Week French Immersion Programs for Adults. Make lasting memories while exploring the culture of Quebec!
French Immersion for Families
Western's Family French Immersion Week welcomes families and children (ages six to 12) for a week-long immersion adventure.
French Immersion for Teachers
Our French Teachers' Program is focused on the principles of the neurolinguistic approach to second language acquisition and the application of these principles in the FSL classroom.
Experiential Learning Practicum
The Experiential Learning Practicum gives French teacher candidates the opportunity to improve their knowledge of the French language and gain confidence using French in the classroom and in the community.
City and Country Program
Learn to speak French in 3 months! The City and Country Program, through a partnership with the University of Quebec in Montreal, gives you the chance to experience the big city of Montreal and the small town charm of Trois-Pistoles while improving your French skills.