Montreal is one of the largest French speaking cities in the world, second only to Paris, and therefore the best place to learn French Canada. Start exploring this awesome city between Mount Royal and Old Montreal and see how many of the narrow streets you can explore! A short walk out of a bustling downtown will take you back in time to the cobblestone streets, churches and centuries-old buildings of Old Montreal.
Quebec City is the capital of Quebec, and another excellent place to learn French. It's one of the oldest and most beautiful cities of the world, situated at the narrowing of the river Saint Lawrence, and divided into two parts – the Upper Town and the Lower Town. The Upper Town has beautiful cobble-stoned streets, street cafés and shaded squares giving it a very European atmosphere. In the Lower Town, the network of 17th-century streets centered on Place Royale, which was the first permanent settlement in New France. With 95% French speakers, Quebec is the foundation of French-Canadian culture and the ideal place to learn French in Canada.
Live & Learn in the Home of your Own Personal Teacher in the Quebec City Region:
We offer this unique way to learn French in Quebec, Canada, studying and living in the home of your own personal teacher. We offer a choice of 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 hours of personal teaching per week plus 3 meals daily. Programs are suitable for any age of student and all levels of language skills.
French Language Programs for Teens:
We offer a choice of language and activity programs for teenagers, in residential language summer camps or private language schools with other international students for ages 13 - 17.
Canada is the second largest country in the world and with the longest coastline in the world! This vast country is home to around 34 million inhabitants, and has one of the lowest population densities. Canada’s natural environments are huge and diverse with forests, the world's largest lakes, great plains, and the world famous Niagara Falls are all here waiting to be explored!
In terms of culture, Canada has been influenced by the French and British - who also brought over the official languages - as well as by native First Nations traditions. Canada is a truly multicultural country, and has strong art and music industries on offer for those for come to learn French in Quebec, Canada.
Sports are also popular, including lacrosse, which originated in Canada. The maple leaf is one of the country’s national symbols, and Canada makes around 80% of the world’s maple syrup! If you have a sweet tooth, you might like to try maple leaf cream cookies, which have a maple filling shaped like the country’s symbol.