Canadian institutions introduce new efforts to better meet Francophone community needs

August 15, 2018

Many colleges and universities are developing courses, programs, and initiatives that will better serve the needs of the Canadian Francophone community, reports Francopresse. André Magny highlights a number of proactive efforts and new offerings at institutions from coast to coast. The article discusses the experiential learning focused pedagogy adopted at the University of Hearst; the bilingual bachelor’s degree in nursing that will be offered through a partnership between the University of Regina, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, and La Cité universitaire francophone; and a scholarship offered to those in PEI who are willing to work at one of six French-language early childhood centers after attending the Collège de l’Île.