Customize your French study experience at ILSC Montréal by exploring creative & cultural topics.
ILSC Montréal offers a wide selection of French language courses that focused around creative and cultural topics like French through Arts, Drama, Food, Films & Songs, and more. This flexible program is designed for students who have built their French language foundation and want to continue learning through unique language topics. Just choose your schedule and choose new courses every 4 weeks.
1 week minimum
Choose any schedule
Every Monday except the last week of a session
Beginner 3 to Advanced 2
Once you arrive on campus, choose Creative and Cultural French CORE and SKILLS classes that fit your schedule, personal interests, language level, and study goals.
Creative and Cultural French is part of our General French program. This means you can select classes from all of our French study areas, including French Communication, Business French, Creative and Cultural French, and French Academic and Test Preparation classes. Class selection varies depending on a your level, and current enrollment at the school.
Explore Montréal’s diverse neighborhoods, popular cafes and venues at the same time as you enhance your knowledge of everyday French to communicate more easily with native speakers outside the classroom. Take part in tours, listen to presenters and interact with locals to discover and use specific daily target language in real-life situations. This course will empower you to explore Montréal and to see it through the eyes of Montréalers.
Improve your French speaking and reading skills while exploring fashion from around the globe. You will study international designers' biographies and talk about the influence fashion has in our everyday lives, as well as the negative impact fashion standards can have on society.
Become an investigative reporter for the ILSC News. Refine writing, vocabulary, grammar and design skills in print format, and through blogging. Students have the opportunity to explore the city, investigate issues that are important to them and build solid interviewing skills.
Master the language of international affairs and keep pace with today's changing political climate. Practice English through debates on politics, economics and law. Instructional media for this course includes television, video and the Internet.
Enhance your knowledge of everyday colloquial French to communicate more easily with native speakers outside the classroom. Informal language including idioms, phrasal verbs and slang, are taught for practical, real life situations using a variety of authentic materials such as TV shows, commercials and blogs.