This professional program is a supportive collaboration between francophone universities in a minority setting.
Students who enrol in this program will benefit from the following: a direct access to the translation profession, one year less of studies thanks to the combined structure of this 4-year program (which would be a 5-year program if it were offered consecutively), and an opportunity to build on the bilingualism acquired in either an immersive or a minority context.
They will also benefit from enriching exchanges between students from two Canadian universities: Université de Saint-Boniface (Bachelor of Arts with a specialisation in translation) and Université Sainte-Anne (combined program).
The Bachelor of Arts programs enable students to further their general education through a broad range of courses in languages, sciences, and social sciences. They allow students to choose the disciplines that suit their interests and needs, while also perfecting their French and English and gaining a sound knowledge of the literature in both these languages. With their qualifications, graduates can either take up graduate studies or enter the job market.
Université Sainte-Anne recognizes the unique difficulties faced by some Acadian and Anglophone students. Students must have some basic French-language skills before starting a university degree program.
Any student whose first language is not French and whose proficiency in that language is less than that required by the University will have to acquire that proficiency in either the university’s French immersion program (spring, summer, or 100-day session) or by other means before enrolling in a university degree program.
For complete program details, please consult the program description in French.