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Universite Laval
Quebec, Canada (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Academic Year,
Homepage: Click to visit
Program Dates & Deadlines: Click here to view
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Exchange Program Language of Instruction: French
Language Prerequisite: French Housing Options: On-campus housing
Minimum GPA: 2.67 Minimum Class Standing: 3-Sophomore
Academic Area: French, French Translation Credit Type: US equivalent
Program Description:

Quebec City, Canada
Universite Laval

Table of Contents

Accommodation and Meals
Estimated Program Costs
Application Process
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Study Abroad Weekly Information Sessions:

Wednesdays 10am Schmitt Hall 202
Fridays 3pm Schmitt Hall 110

February 7, 2018 11AM-3PM Student Center Ballroom
Program Overview

As North America’s first French-language university, Université Laval draws strength from its history and vitality.

A well-rounded university:
  • Some 500 programs
  • Renowned mobility and exchange programs
  • 5 study profiles: Sustainable Development, Entrepreneurial, International, Honours and Research
  • Custom, continuing, and distance education programs
  • Some 750 partnership agreements with some 500 universities in nearly 70 countries
  • A library of over 6 million documents
  • A vibrant and diverse community
  • Over 42,500 students
  • Some 5,600 international students
  • Some 230 student associations
Universite Laval Fact Sheet - Laval InfoSheet-Eng 2017-2018.pdf
UNIVERSITE LAVAL Exchange Flyer.pdf
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The exchange program at Universite Laval is primarily for students in the field of French Translation
Students must have a high intermediate level of French to pursue studies at Universite Laval and approval from the Montclair State Department contact and will be required to take an online French test.

Credit load per semester: Undergraduate: 12-15 credits (4-5 classes)
Contact hours per course: 45 hours (3-credit course); 15 week semester

Language of instruction: French: Minimum required level of TFI 750, DELF B2 (High Intermediate)

If a student does not have the required level of French, they can take courses in French as a foreign language during the summer semester, or even during the Fall or Spring semester.  The School of languages charges activity fees for Francais langue etrangere (FLE) level courses. This applies to all semesters (summer, fall, spring).  The fees are approximately $300CAD per semester.The Universite Laval reserves the right to modify these amounts.
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Accommodation and Meals

On campus residence halls: Students admitted will receive a special reservation form with their application form. Universite Laval recommends that students wait to receive confirmation of their admission prior to booking their room. Please note that the leases are for 8 months, and student who come for only one semester will end their lease as stated in their contract.  Additional charges indicated in the rental agreement are thus possible for early termination.

Estimated Living Costs:
Food: $250 - $300CAD per month
Housing: $341CAD per month (residence halls)
Medical insurance: $324CAD per semester * prices subject to change
Leisure and other: $400CAD per month

Homestay information can be found here.
Immigration information can be found here
Estimated Program Costs

Selected students will participate on this program as an exchange. These students will pay MSU tuition and fees equivalent to flat rate full-time tuition and fees for either fall or spring semester.  Housing Costs are paid directly by the student to the University or other housing agency of student's choosing.  

Additional costs include but are not limited to transportation, meals, health insurance, visa fees, study abroad application fee, etc.
Application Process

Please complete the Montclair State University study abroad application process.  Students must meet with a Montclair State Study Abroad Advisor. Click "Apply Now" above to begin the process.

For Further Information

Contact Francesca De Ros, Study Abroad Coordinator,

Domenica Dominguez, Director of Study Abroad and International Programs,

Dr. Laurence Jay-Rayon Ibrahim Aibo, Director, Center for Translation and Interpreting, Schmitt Hall, Room 135-C,, 973-655 5525

Please click on the "Apply Now" at the top of the page to begin your MSU study abroad application.

The Office of International Engagement
Rm. 207, Student Center Annex
Montclair State University
Montclair, NJ, 07043

Front Desk: 973 655 6862
For general questions about Study Abroad, please contact:


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2019 10/01/2018 ** 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.