Levis, Cap Tourmente, Cap Rouge, Île d’Orléans, St.-Anne de Beaupré, Wendake
Grades 7 – 9, 9 – 12
The most French city in North America, Québec is a must-see for anyone passionate about French culture. This beautiful city is located along the banks of the Saint Lawrence River and is the capital of the Canadian province of Québec.
Whether enjoying fine dining along the rue St. Jean, shopping at the Marché Vieux Port, practicing your French at a fondue restaurant or strolling along the ramparts, students will be immersed in one of the most fascinating francophone cultures in the world.
It is the most financially feasible option for most students who wish to experience French immersion.
Optional travel extension
At the end of the program, students can choose to travel together to Montréal for three days. The group will stay in a 3-star hotel located within walking distance of many beautiful sites and monuments.
It has been another exciting weekend in Québec City filled with excursions, entertainment, and educational experiences. Conversation at French Café On Friday, my French Conversation class visited a local café called Café Au Temps Perdu, located a short walk from our dorms at University Laval. We all ordered a small item or drink from the menu, practicing our French whenever conversing with each other or the waiter. I ordered Le Mousse Au Chocolat and an iced chai latte. My other classmates at the table ordered things such as ...
The “dorm” is a central part of any college experience. By living on the campus of the prestigious Université Laval, conveniently located a short distance from the historic center of Québec, you’ll get to experience this part of college life ahead of time (with the added benefit of your Abbey Road staff members living in the same building). You’ll be on the college “meal plan,” live in campus dorms with your Abbey Road peers and be expected to manage your daily schedule. In your free time (and respecting our safety guidelines) you’ll be ideally located to easily take advantage of the excitement of the Quebec City center. Students will also have access to sport and gym facilities offered on campus.
Every student on the program chooses two classes as their academic focus: a major and an elective. The French major class meets every morning Monday to Friday while electives meet three afternoons a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Major: French Language, Business & Marketing, Digital Photography
Electives and Workshops: French Conversation and Culture, Digital Marketing, Photography & Film, and Studio Art
Students are placed in their French class according to their level, we accept beginners, intermediate and advanced speakers. There is a placement test on the first day of class.
In addition, we offer individual tutoring and intensive small group workshops, for those who want to challenge themselves and see a dramatic improvement in their French proficiency. Our language classes are taught in a fun, interactive, experiential way, maximizing intensive language and cultural immersion.
In addition to showing you all of the most celebrated and “lesser known” cultural sites in Quebec, the program allows you to explore the most beautiful sites of the region.
Some of the students’ favorites include:
Jumping Back Into the Real World You’ve just had the most incredible experience studying abroad with Abbey Road Programs. You’ve said your goodbyes to your new friends, host family, classmates, and teachers. You have integrated into a new culture and learned more about yourself than you might have imagined. You have dined, explored, ...
Every time I'll be studying abroad to learn a new language, or before I visit a new place, I make it a point to watch some of the popular, and not so well known, films from the country and in that particular language. When studying abroad it's helpful to immerse yourself within a different country’s arts – including music, theater, and ...
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