Application Procedures for Graduate Students
Applications for admission must include the following
Applicants should ensure that all of the following materials are included with their application. Missing materials will cause delays in the admission process.
- Online application for admission
- transcript(s) from all institutions attended
- a non-refundable application fee of $90 (in Canadian or equivalent US funds). While applying on-line, you may pay on-line with a Credit Card OR you may click on Alternate Payment to use one of the other options
- three letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with your academic work (via on-line application)
- Uploading the following supporting documents on your online application:
- a statement of intent (1-2 pages) stipulating research interests and identifying a proposed thesis topic or area of research
- a writing sample of your undergraduate academic work in French such as an essay or similar document in your area of research interest of 5-8 pages
- TOEFL or equivalent test results, for students whose first language is not English. For more details, click here
- current CV or resume
For questions regarding your application and program, you may contact the Graduate Program Coordinator:Nadine Penner, Graduate Program Coordinator
Arts Building, Room 518
Ph: (306) 966-5797
For questions regarding admission and program, students may consult the French Graduate Chair:
French Graduate Chair
Dr. Stella Spriet
Arts Building, Room 417
Ph: 306 966-5648
Students should consult the Department of Languages, Literatures, & Cultural Studies department web site in order to identify potential faculty supervisors for their research. They may wish to contact these individuals during the application process. Applicants are advised that a telephone interview may be conducted during the grad admission process.
All decisions regarding admission to the French M.A. program are made by the French Graduate Studies Committee. This committee determines acceptability of research and thesis topic and proposal and availability of an appropriate supervisor for the research project or thesis.