The French Studies Department offers three undergraduate concentrations (a Minor, a Medial and a Major) as well as courses for beginners. Areas of study include oral and written language as well as French literature and culture. Courses are offered in a supportive and collegial atmosphere.

Featured Giving Opportunities

Established in memory of Barbara Cynthia Pearson. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of French Studies to a graduating student in the major, medial or Language and Linguistics program (co ... (Learn More)
Established in memory of Barbara Cynthia Pearson. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of French Studies to a graduating student in the major, medial or Language and Linguistics program (co ... (Learn More)
Established in April 2002 by Ruby Cordy, B.A. '34, M.A. '42. Awarded to a full-time fourth year student completing a B.A. (Honours) program with a medial or major concentration in French Studies. (Learn More)
Established in April 2002 by Ruby Cordy, B.A. '34, M.A. '42. Awarded to a full-time fourth year student completing a B.A. (Honours) program with a medial or major concentration in French Studies. (Learn More)
Established in honour of Professor Colette Tonge on the occasion of her retirement on June 30, 1991. Awarded to a student(s) entering third year to assist in defraying expenses associated with studyin ... (Learn More)
Established in honour of Professor Colette Tonge on the occasion of her retirement on June 30, 1991. Awarded to a student(s) entering third year to assist in defraying expenses associated with studyin ... (Learn More)
Gifts will be used, at the discretion of the Head of the Department of French Studies, and Director of the Francophone Centre, to help expand services and courses offering. (Learn More)
Gifts will be used, at the discretion of the Head of the Department of French Studies, and Director of the Francophone Centre, to help expand services and courses offering. (Learn More)