WELLINGTON, PEI – July 28, 2014 – There are many advantages to learning French as a second language. Being bilingual opens up excellent job and career advancement opportunities. Now is the time to register for the next French programs that will be offered this fall by Collège de l'Île in Charlottetown, Summerside, Montague and Deblois.

To those who want to learn French or perfect their French, Collège de l'Île offers several options: evening classes, self-directed courses, tutoring and maintenance courses. The next evening classes and maintenance courses will start in mid-September. The deadline for registration is August 15. Registration for self-directed courses and tutoring can be done at any time.

Evening classes are held once a week for 11 weeks, for a total course length of 33 hours. The conversational French program offers four beginner levels, four intermediate levels as well as advanced courses. They are taught using a combination of experiential and communicative approaches that provide a highly interesting language learning experience. Evening courses will be scheduled based on the majority group preference.

For those who need more flexibility, Collège de l'Île offers a program called Pour l'amour du français. This program is organized entirely around the student's schedule and combines self-directed learning based on online modules with support from tutors available by Skype or by phone.

Collège de l'Île also offers flexible tutoring services customized to each individual client's needs and schedule.

Those who are already fluent in French but who need a place to practice can take French maintenance courses. These combine informal conversation, a review of certain points of grammar and class presentations.

If you would like more information, please 1-877-854-3010, ext. 246, or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You will find more information HERE.

Collège de l'Île is the only postsecondary French-speaking school in Prince Edward Island. With three learning centres in DeBlois, Wellington and Charlottetown, the College offers regular programs, customized training and training based on labour market needs. It offers a stimulating, student-focused learning environment that uses cutting-edge technology.


For more information:
Natalie Arsenault
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902.854.3010, ext. 246