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The Importance of the French Language In Quebec

Quebec has always been known for its bilingualism as well as the multicultural heritage of its people. This makes it a great place for international students to study English or French (or both!). In the last few years, the number of students studying in Quebec has been on the rise. This is especially true for international students! In fact, 12% of Quebec students are from abroad – particularly from Mexico, Brazil, and China.

Quebec is the only French-speaking province in Canada and the process of learning a new language can be difficult but it can lead to so many great opportunities in this unique Society. It is the only place in the world where French and English blended with each other to create a very special mix of culture and language that we often call "Frenglish". Here are some interesting numbers and statistics on the student population in Quebec;

Grade Gurus recently received accreditation from Languages Canada – Canada’s national language education association – and all our teachers are now certified members of the Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers (CASLT). What does this mean for you? It means that all our language programs meet strict quality assurance guidelines and that they are built to teach students with any and all levels of knowledge of English or French. Whether you’re just starting out or already understand either language, there is a program level suited for you and your needs!

You can rest assured that the education you receive at Grade Gurus will lead you to a solid understanding of the language you’re learning as well as accreditation that will help further your education and improve your career prospects.

If you’re interested in coming to Quebec to study languages, look no further than Grade Gurus! Contact us today to start your language journey!

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