Bursary for postsecondary studies in French as a second language: Application form

Bursary for postsecondary studies in French as a second language: Application form

To receive a bursary for postsecondary studies in French as a second language, the candidate must:

  • Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada;
  • Have English as the first official language spoken;
  • Study full time in a Canadian institution during the current year;
  • Have completed their secondary school studies in an English-language institution and graduated from this institution;
  • Have reached the postsecondary level of education;
  • Be enrolled in the first year of a postsecondary study program in French;
  • Be at least 17 years old on the first day of class;
  • Demonstrate that they have sufficient knowledge of French to be able to study in that language. A transcript, attesting to having taken courses in French at the secondary school or college or university level in Canada for a minimum of two years, will be required;
  • Intend to pursue full-time studies in a college or undergraduate university program in Canada, to take at least 50% of their courses and participate in related activities (placements and training activities in the community) in French.

At Université Sainte-Anne, we want to ensure that every student succeeds, while encouraging a diversified culture and community. Therefore, priority will be given to students facing financial challenges and to those who come from under-represented groups when disbursing bursaries for postsecondary studies in French as a second language (FLS).

  • Aboriginal: Indian, Inuit or Métis.
  • People, other than Aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour.
  • People with a long-term or recurring physical, mental, sensory, psychiatric or learning impairment who consider themselves to be disadvantaged in employment by reason of that impairment or who believe that an employer or potential employer is likely to consider them to be disadvantaged in employment by reason of that impairment, as well as individuals with functional limitations due to their impairment that have been accommodated in their current job or workplace.

Source (Government of Canada)