Learning French is a guarantee of integration into Quebec society and the labor market.
Learn French in Montreal, the largest French-speaking city outside France. Counting more than 100 qualified teachers, our schools possess 30 years of experience in language teaching.
All our courses and programs in French are developed by the Minister of theÉeducation andEducation supstream of Quebec (MEES) and recognized by the Minister of theImmigration, Francization andIintegration of Quebec (MIFI).
The francization program offers 7 levels of francization, of 2 months each. Tuition fees are C $ 2 and we require that they be fully paid at least one week before the start of the session.
When registering on the website of the CSSMB International, the student must pay $ 200 which represents the costs related to the costs of opening and preliminary analysis of the file. This sum includes the letter of admission and the follow-up made by the staff of the CSSMB International. The $ 200 fee for additional services is an integral part of the $ 200. It is important to note that this amount includes only ONE POSTPONEMENT of the admission letter. Additional fees of $ 100 will be required from the 2nd request for postponement (3rd letter).
When the $ 200 fee is paid, the student will then receive an email inviting them to pay their training fees.
Subsequently, depending on the date, a teacher from the Adult Training Center will discuss with the student to determine your starting level of French.
1201 Argyle Street Verdun, Quebec H4H 1V4
4280 St-Jean Boulevard, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, H9H 2A5
8825, Central Station LaSalle, Quebec H8P 1P3
500 Boulevard Dollard Outremont, Quebec H4L 4E8
Send your registration, download the required documents, pay the session fees and the first two months of training
Receive the letter of acceptance to your email address
Get your Certificate of Acceptance from Quebec (CAQ) *
Apply for your Canada Study Permit and Work Permit for the Internship (for those who will continue their professional education) *
Prepare your arrival in Montreal (plane ticket, accommodation, etc.)
Reserve your date for the language assessment
Introduce yourself to the adult education center chosen for your language assessment on the agreed date and bring the following original documents (passport, birth certificate (original language and translation), CAQ and study permit)
* These documents are not required for studies of less than 6 months