L'ELUL, which finds its origins in the summer French language courses created by Universite Laval in 1938, is a fertile environment for the expression of multiculturalism in Quebec. The gate of entry for non-French-speaking students at Universite Laval, and an important place for students who want to broaden their horizons, I'EULU brings students together in its midst a considerable group of practitioners from diverse languages and cultures.
Two five week
intensive summer sessions are offered (Early May-early June and early July-early August).
Quebec City: Known as the cradle of French civilization in North America, Quebec City is the capital of the province of Quebec and home to over 500,000 people. This historical city-the oldest in Canada and the only fortified city north of Mexico-is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its narrow, winding streets, the European cachet of its Latin quarter, and spectacular surroundings combine with the warmth and hospitality of its people to make it one of the most popular tourist destinations in North America. Renowned for its museums and numerous cultural events, Quebec City also affords numerous possibilities to lovers of the outdoors, with parks and natural sites such as the St. Lawrence River and the Laurentian Mountains close at hand. For more information see: http://www.quebecregion.com
March 1 - for Summer or Fall applications
October 1 - for Spring applications
Statement of purpose essay
Official SIUE transcript
At least 1 letter of recommendation supporting your application for participation in this exchange program from an SIUE French professor
SIUE study Abroad Course Proposal/Approval Form
Proof of Citizenship (copy of passport or birth certificate)
Laval University Student Exchange Application Form
All application materials must be submitted to Julie Beall-Marshall, Study Abroad Coordinator, Office of International Programs, 0300 SSC.
Dr. Debbie Mann
Dept. of Foreign Language and Literature
PH 2326, tel: 650-2314
Office of Study Abroad
2053 MUC, tel: 650-2419