Saskatoon Explore Program
- April 30: Arrival
- May 1: Orientation
- May 2: Classes start
- June 1: Final exam
- Anytime after final exam: Departure
More information is coming soon!
Accredited by the Council of Ministers of Education Canada (CMEC), Explore is a French Immersion program specifically designed for students to study French as a Second Language.
In level-specific classrooms, students learn themes, vocabulary, and grammar taught with the communicative and experiential methods, participate in group projects and activities, and focus on conversation, discussions, and debates. All levels read and exploit the short story/tale: Le Petit Prince.
- Beginner to advanced (4 levels)
- 80+ hours over 5 weeks
- Offered once annually in spring
How to Apply
Who can study French at the University of Saskatchewan's Explore Program? All full-time students in post-secondary institutions who are Canadian citizens or who have permanent residency status would qualify for the bursary.
For admission into Explore, you will first apply for the bursary. Approval is granted by your home province. Once you get an email from CMEC that you have been granted a bursary, you will be able to register into the University of Saskatchewan's Explore Program.
Please note that a non-refundable registration fee of $275 is not covered by the bursary.
If you would like more information, please contact us at 306-966-4355 or email@example.com.
Are you a current or past Explore student? You can order a transcript for $10.
Information for non-bursary students is coming soon.
For USask Students
Students applying to the Explore program are able to submit the official University of Saskatchewan Confirmation of Enrolment to confirm information for the Explore program.
Click here for further information regarding the Confirmation of Enrolment.
You are able to produce the Confirmation of Enrolment letter at PAWS > Registration > Confirmation of Enrolment Letter.