|Restrictions:||MSU applicants only|
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Academic Year||2018-2019||06/01/2018 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
|Fall||2018||06/01/2018 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
|Program Type:||Exchange||Areas of Study:||Agriculture, Business, Business Design, Business Information Systems, Communication, Culture, Entrepreneurship, French, Independent Study, International Business, International Relations, International Studies, Literature, Management|
|Minimum Class Standing:||Freshman||GPA Requirement:||2.5|
|Language of Instruction:||English, French||Housing Options:||Apartment, University Housing|
Université Laval (UL)
Official University Website: http://www2.ulaval.ca/
Information for International Students: https://www.ulaval.ca/en/international/international-students/student-exchanges.html
Location: Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Student Enrollment: 45,000 students
Founded in 1608, Québec is the cradle of French America and the oldest walled port city in North America. Therefore, UNESCO has designated it as a World Heritage Site. City of history and power, Québec is on the list of 20 most popular destinations in the world for safety and quality of life.
A French-speaking city with European charm and tinged with Amerindian, French and British influences, Québec boasts new colors with the seasons. Summer or winter, it charms as much for its cultural vitality as by its natural assets. With a population of half a million people, Québec has a great cultural and artistic vitality and a vibrant nightlife. In addition to its bars, cafes, bistros, museums, theaters and cinemas, Québec hosts several festivals, including three which are very large: the Summer Festival, the Festival of New France and its famous Carnival winter.
Located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River and natural citadel perched atop Cap Diamant, Québec City has a majestic beauty. It is also a city tailor-made for sportsmen and nature lovers. Dotted with large green spaces, it has one of the largest urban parks in the world, the Plains of Abraham, which are spread over 108 hectares. Only thirty minutes from downtown, the mountains, rivers, and lakes that surround it are invitations to engage in outdoor activities.
ACADEMIC INFORMATION AND COURSE REGISTRATION
Eligible Students: Sophomore standing or greater with a GPA of 2.5; graduate student
Language of Instruction: English and French
Courses Taught in English: Agronomy and Business Administration
Duration of Program:
- Academic year
- Fall, Spring semesters
- 4-week spring Business program in English
- 5-week intensive summer French language program
- Fall: Beginning September through mid-December
- Spring: Beginning January through end of April
- Summer: Mid-May through mid-August
Academic Credit: Transfer Credit
Grades: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory. Courses taken at the host institution will be counted as credit hours and apply to the student's degree and graduation; however, the courses will not affect the student's GPA.
Tuition: MSU Tuition
**If you want to attend the university to learn or to improve French in the program FLE (French as a Foreign language) you will also need a budget for course extra fees. For 2015-2016 these fees are 92.49 dollars for a 3 credit course. If you have 12 credits of FLE these fees are about 370 CAD. Please take note that for a 5 week intensive French course these fees are 320 CAD.
Program Fees/Student Activity Fees: Students are responsible for all transportation costs, living expenses, and books and supplies during their stay at the host institution.
MAJORS/AREAS OF STUDY
Université Laval has 17 faculties covering all fields of study, making it a comprehensive university:
- Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences
- Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences
- Faculty of Business Administration
- Faculty of Dentistry
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Forestry, Geography and Geomatics
- Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Medicine
- Faculty of Music
- Faculty of Nursing
- Faculty of Pharmacy
- Faculty of Philosophy
- Faculty of Planning, Architecture, Arts and Design
- Faculty of Science and Engineering
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
Courses for Graduate/Master's Level: Yes; Business
Accommodations both on and off campus
ESTIMATED COST OF LIVING
(Prices reflected in CDN$)
- Apartment rental: between $400 and $600 per month
- Meal in a fast food restaurant: $10
- Meal in a good restaurant: $30
- Monthly transit pass: approx. $65
- Movie ticket (Saturday night): $10.50
- 2-liter soft drink: $1.58
- Loaf of bread: $2.49
- 1 liter of milk: $2.20
Contact the Office of Study Abroad to begin the application process.
Full Academic Year and Fall Semester: March 20th
Spring Semester: October 1st
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