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Looking for a transformational French experience?

The Explore program gives students aged 13+ the chance to gain new skills, make lifelong friendships, and build confidence through hands-on French-language learning.

The program offers participants an immersive experience in their second, official language. The best part of all is that the cost of tuition, learning materials, meals, and accommodations are paid for by the Government of Canada.*

Explore classes are held in Canadian accredited post-secondary institutions in the spring or summer, where participants learn or improve French through educational, social, and cultural activities. A variety of off-campus events and excursions are also included, where students will experience Francophone culture and community in a meaningful and practical way.

“I quickly assumed that [the Explore program] would simply be a five-week process that would improve my French language abilities. What I discovered was that not only would I improve both my accent and my grammar, I would also enjoy doing it in a completely different environment! This program gave me the opportunity to meet some of the most incredible people I will probably meet in my entire life. Don’t think about applying for Explore if you get the chance, just do it!”
–former Explore participant

Explore helps participants discover new social and cultural perspectives, form personal connections with other young Canadians from across the country, and achieve personal and professional development goals, which prepare them for future, dream jobs in any province or territory.

To find out more about the Explore program’s eligibility criteria, the complete listing of program offerings, and important dates, visit www.englishfrench.ca

The early bird deadline is February 15, 2021 – Apply today at https://englishfrench.ca/

*The official languages programs—Explore, Odyssey and Destination Clic (https://englishfrench.ca/), are funded by Canadian Heritage, administered by the provincial and territorial ministries of education, and coordinated at the pan-Canadian level by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada.

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