The language of culturesAs an international language, French opens doors to enriching personal and professional experiences. Learning French is a sure way to discover the French-speaking cultures of Canada, France and elsewhere in the world. Courses Related Programs Teaching Staff CulturesWhether you are in Canada or elsewhere in America, Africa, Europe, Oceania, or Asia, learning this global language makes travel more exciting and gives you a diverse exposure to aspects of francophone cultures.EmploymentFrench is an official language in Canada, and can set you up for success in business, government, diplomacy and humanitarian endeavours. Worldwide, 300 million people speak French.ClassesCome and interact directly with the French language using a variety of authentic materials such as music, film, media reports and art. Camosun’s small classes allow you to study and practice in a friendly, safe environment to develop your listening, writing, reading and oral skills.Program or individual coursesYou can take French courses within one of our two-year programs or as individual courses within our University Transfer program. If you plan to take individual courses at Camosun, when you apply online, select University Transfer as your program option.Apply onlineIf you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart.― Nelson MandelaContact information School of Arts & Science General questions? We want to hear from you! Campus locationFisher 104 Office hours: 8am-4:30pmLocation linkLansdowne Campus250email@example.com Janice Shewey | Humanities Chair Contact Admissions for information about applying to Camosun.