Simon Fraser University

The French Cohort Program (FCP) in Public Administration and Community Services offers students the opportunity to study in Canada’s two official languages at British Columbia’s Simon Fraser University (SFU). This multidisciplinary program, taught primarily in French, leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in one of the following three options:

Major in Political Science with Extended Minor in French, Major in French with Extended Minor in Political Science, Major in Political Science and Major in French.

The FCP courses offered by the Department of Political Science and the Department of History are taught primarily in French and include such topics as Canadian government, political economy, research methods, public administration, governance, and Canadian and Quebec History. French courses, offered by the Department of French, consist of studies in French language, linguistics, francophone literatures and cultures.

In addition to these courses, students will have the opportunity to take elective courses taught in English and in French, participate in field studies and community-based projects, and attend cultural activities and community events.

During the third year of study students will have the opportunity to participate in a student exchange program at a Francophone university in Quebec, France, Belgium or Switzerland providing an opportunity to further develop understanding and knowledge of the Francophone world.

The Office of Francophone and Francophile Affairs (OFFA) is an administrative office at Simon Fraser University (SFU) that works in collaboration with the faculties and departments that offer programs and courses taught in French. OFFA also establishes ties and engages with the Francophone and Francophile communities of British Columbia, as well as with those across Canada and abroad.

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8888 University Drive

Burnaby, British Columbia  V5A 1S6

Grade 9 - Grade 12
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