Why Learn French?
Contact Person: French Coordinator, Antoine Eche.
Mount Royal’s French courses range from complete beginner’s level through fourth-year University courses, thereby allowing students to obtain a Minor in French.
Before you register in a French course, make sure that you check the course prerequisites in the MRU Calendar.
French Placement Test
If you are not sure what French course to register in (or if you want to check that you have the right proficiency level for a given course), please take the short online French Placement Test. If you need more help, please contact the Department of English, Languages, and Cultures (EA3146, 403-440-6528).
Students can declare a Minor in French by simply filling out the form and returning it to the Registrar's Office.
Scholarships and Awards
Students have access to a French Centre (EA 3143) where monitors are available to assist them with homework and language practice. Monitors can also plan off-campus activities such as excursions to local restaurants, cinemas showing films in French or francophone community activities.
Students also have access to a resource room reserved for Languages students (EA 2030) equipped with tape decks and computers.
Explore (Québec Program)
It is recommended that students also take advantage of the five week federal government-funded Spring and Summer Language Program. Programs
If you would like to study French you can enrol in:
Faculty and Contacts
|Antoine Eche, PhD|
|Indrani Chatterjee, MA|
|Justine Huet, PhD|
|Miao Li, PhD|
|Gilles Mossière, MA (PhD ABD)|
|Dr. David Hyttenrauch|
Chair, Department of English, Languages,
Administrative Assistant to the Chair and the Department