LANGUAGES PROGRAMS, COURSES AND UNIVERSITY - MCGILL UNIVERSITY

LANGUAGES PROGRAMS, COURSES AND UNIVERSITY - MCGILL UNIVERSITY

Languages Programs, Courses and University Regulations 2017-2018

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Not all courses are offered every year and changes can be made after publication. Always check the Minerva Class Schedule link at https://horizon.mcgill.ca/pban1/bwckschd.p_disp_dyn_sched for the most up-to-date information on whether a course is offered.

1 About Languages at the School of Continuing Studies, page 7 1.1 Languages at the School of Continuing Studies, page 7 1.2 Location, page 7 1.3 Administrative Officers, page 7 2 English Language Programs, page 8 2.1 Academic, Cultural, and Professional Development Opportunities, page 8 2.2 Certificate of Proficiency – English for Professional Communication Overview, page 8 2.2.1 Certificate (Cert.) Proficiency - English for Professional Communication (30 credits) , page 8 2.2.2 Certificate of Proficiency – English for Professional Communication: Academic Regulations, page 9 2.2.3 Certificate of Proficiency – English for Professional Communication: Entrance Placement Test (EPT), page 10 2.2.4 The Language and Intercultural Communication Unit: Customized English Language Training, page 10 2.3 Intensive English Program: Certificate of Proficiency in English – Language and Culture Overview , page 11 2.3.1 Certificate (Cert.) Proficiency - English Language and Culture (Intensive) (160 CEU) , page 11 2.3.2 Intensive English Program: Certificate of Proficiency – English Language and Culture: Academic Regulations, page 11 2.3.2.1 Admission requirements, page 11 2.3.2.2 Admission procedures, page 11 2.3.2.3 Academic Standing Requirements, page 12 2.3.2.4 Requirements of Eligibility for the McGill Certificate of Proficiency – English Language and Culture (Intensive), page 12 2.3.3 Placement Tests for the Certificate of Proficiency in English – Language and Culture, page 12 2.3.4 International Students, page 12 2.3.5 Housing, page 12 2.4 Certificate of Proficiency in Written English – Workplace Communication Overview, page 12 2.4.1 Certificate (Cert.) Proficiency in Written English - Workplace Communication (48 CEU) , page 13 2.5 Certificate (Cert.) Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (12 CEUs) , page 13 3 French Language Programs, page 13 3.1 Academic, Cultural, and Professional Development Opportunities, page 14 3.2 Certificate of Proficiency – French for Professional Communication Overview, page 14 3.2.1 Certificate (Cert.) Proficiency - French for Professional Communication (30 credits) , page 14 3.2.2 Certificate of Proficiency – French for Professional Communication: Academic Regulations, page 15 3.2.3 Certificate of Proficiency – French for Professional Communication: Entrance Placement Test (EPT), page 16 3.3 Intensive French Program: Certificate of Proficiency in French – Language and Culture Overview, page 16 3.3.1 Certificate (Cert.) Proficiency - French Language and Culture (Intensive) (100 CEU's) , page 16 3.3.2 Intensive French Program: Certificate of Proficiency – French Language and Culture: Academic Regulations, page 17 3.3.2.1 Admission requirements, page 17 3.3.2.2 Admission procedures, page 17 3.3.2.3 Academic Standing Requirements, page 17 3.3.2.4 Requirements of Eligibility for the McGill Certificate of Proficiency – French Language and Culture (Intensive), page 18 3.3.3 Placement Tests for the Certificate of Proficiency in French – Language and Culture, page 18 5 McGill University, Languages, 2017-2018 Languages 2017-2018

3.3.4 International Students, page 18 3.3.5 Housing, page 18 3.4 Certificate of Proficiency in Written French – Workplace Communication Overview, page 18 3.4.1 Certificate (Cert.) Proficiency in Written French - Workplace Communication (48 CEU) , page 18 4 TEF Canada (Test d'évaluation de français)/TEFaQ (Test d'évaluation du français adapté au Québec), page 19 5 Spanish Language Programs and Courses (Offered by Translation and Written Communication), page 19 2017-2018, McGill University 6

About Languages at the School of Continuing Studies 1 Languages at the School of Continuing Studies 1.1 Do you want to get ahead in your job or at school, integrate better into Quebec society, or qualify for certain McGill programs? With dynamic instructors and a stimulating educational framework, the School of Continuing Studies offers proven methods for expanding your language skills.

Thousands of working professionals, new Montrealers, and students from over 60 countries can attest to how our language programs have been an important catalyst in their lives. There are a variety of courses and programs available for individuals interested in immersing themselves in various languages, including English, French, and Spanish, either on a part-time or full-time basis. In addition to regular language offerings, customized courses can be delivered in English, French, and other languages to local and international groups. These customized programs are tailor-made to meet the specific language and communication needs of corporations, organizations, government agencies, and institutions.

Whatever your language needs are, we have the proven track record to deliver exceptional results. Location 1.2 Language and Intercultural Communication 688 Sherbrooke Street West, Suite 1181 Montreal QC H3A 3R1 Telephone: 514-398-1212 Fax: 514-398-1769 Email: language.conted@mcgill.ca Website: www.mcgill.ca/continuingstudies/about-scs/academic-areas/language-and-inter cultural-communication Administrative Officers 1.3 Administrative Officers, Language and Intercultural Communication Director Firas Alhafidh; B.A.(Jordan), M.A.(Santiago), DEA(Seville) Associate Director Effie Dracopoulos; B.A.(C’dia), M.Ed.(TÉLUQ) Senior Program Coordinator, Intensive English & French Language and Culture (IELC) & (IFLC) Programs Kevin Callahan; B.A.(Tor.), M.A.(C'dia), Cert.

TESL(McG.) Faculty Lecturer, Partnerships Development & Online Programs Nadine Wielgopolski; B.A., M.Ed.(Ott.) Academic Coordinator, Learning Technology Integration Kevin Stanley; B.A.(Vic., BC), M.A.(C'dia) Program Coordinator, English Part-Time Program Margaret Levey; B.A.(McG.), M.A.(C'dia) Program Coordinator, French Part-Time Program and Special Projects Manon Gadbois; B.A.(UQAM), M.A.(Montr.) Coordinator, Intensive French and English, French Online Language Programs TBA Program Administrator Verena Waterstradt; B.Adm.(Fachhochschule für Verwaltung und Rechtspflege Berlin) Assistant Program Administrator Christa Grant Administrative and Student Affairs Coordinator France Bruneau Administrative Coordinator Katherine-Marie Albisi Administrative Coordinator Mariana Diez Bedoya Administrative Coordinator Mira Faizawati Administrative Coordinator Paola Samano; B.A.(HEC) Administrative Coordinator Roselyne Wielgopolski 7 McGill University, Languages, 2017-2018 (Published June 12, 2017) ABOUT LANGUAGES AT THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING STUDIES