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All non-French speaking students between14 and 17 years old, motivated in living a language and intercultural experience. Canadian students from grade 11 and up can ask for a bursary. All pertinent information to this effect is on the site EXPLORE.
No. The College rents facilities on the Laval University campus.
Students come from English-Canada, the United States, Latin-America and Europe.
It is possible to effect payment by check, by bank transfer or by credit card (Visa and Mastercard). All forms of payment must be in Canadian funds.
Yes, members of the staff will be at the airport to welcome you from 8 a.m. till 6 p.m. A shuttle service will take you to the Laval University campus for a fee of 10$. The Quebec city airport is quite small so it will be easy for you to recognize the members of our staff, who will be wearing a T-shirt with the logo of the College.
For the students travelling by train, go directly to the campus. You must have the address in hand in order to give it to the taxi driver.
If your family is driving you to the campus, the information documents include all the details you need and a Mapquest.
No, the cost is $ 10 CAD payable at the airport when you arrive.
For the students travelling by train, by bus or by car, go directly to the Laval University campus.
If your travel arrangements require you to arrive before Sunday June 29th and or/ to leave after Friday August 1st you need to send an email immediately to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It may be possible for you to stay on Campus for extra nights but only on June 28th or August 2nd.
Cost for the room: $40 CAD per night (payable on arrival at the University residence)
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED by email at email@example.com
The program ends on the Friday. Most of the students will leave in the morning or early on Friday afternoon. If you cannot have a flight on that Friday, you will have to stay in one of the residences at Laval University and the College will not pay the extra expenses for compulsory supervision.
Collège Saint-Charles will not be responsible for students arriving before June 28th as well as for those leaving after August 2nd.
Supervision is required at additional costs.
For security purposes, supervision is required by Laval University authorities. The fees for supervision and the room are $ 120 CAD per night and per person. Rules and curfew apply upon arrival until departure at the end of the program. A cheque to CSCG for the Supervision’s fees must be sent to us before June 1st.
In summer, the temperatures in Quebec city run between 20°C and 25°C. Please consult Meteomedia for additional information.
Proper dressing is required. The type of activities that are planned in the program call for sports clothes, rain gear and clothes for cool temperatures, a swimsuit, running shoes and an outfit appropriate for more formal events such as the gala evening at the end of the program.
Yes. On the first day of class, you will take an oral and a written placement test. You will then be placed into a class of 18 students maximum .
It is up to you to safe keep the syllabus for your course which will be given to you in the first week of class. At the end of the program, you will be given your official certificate of attestation. With these two documents, you will have to go to the registrar of your own school and ask for your course to be recognized and eventually obtain credits from your own school. Our program does not give the right to any credits.
All students will live in a residence and will have his/her own private room with a bed, a sink, a desk, and a dresser for clothes. Rooms are not air-conditioned. Bathrooms are located in the corridors on each floor.
All rooms are “single rooms” and it is not possible to add an extra bed. Rooms are assigned by a computer system.
Attendance to the activities which run between 8.30 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. is compulsory. The 90 hours lessons take place in the morning and sports and socio-cultural activities take place in the afternoon and/or evening. Some evening activities are compulsory and diverse outings are offered on weekends. Sunday activities are mandatory.
Boys and girls occupy separate floors. Instructors will be living with the participants for the entire program on each floor of the residence.
There is always a security guard. Laval University has a very sophisticated 24 hour security service on patrol and camera surveillance.
When a medical consultation is called for, one of the staff will accompany you. If necessary, the head of the program will contact the parents and decide with them on what to do next .
Yes, of course. We invite the parents to inform the head of the program of any problem regardless of how delicate it is keeping in mind that it is to the benefit of the well-being and safety of the student.
It is essential to furnish the name of an available third party throughout the program that we could reach in case of an emergency.
Not conforming to this minimal safety rule could eventually hinder the safety of your child. The program cannot be held responsible for any situation resulting from the fact that you could not be reached.
The health of our students is most important to us. It is therefore very important to furnish us with all medical information which concerns the student by filling in the medical form very carefully. A medical note from your doctor is compulsory.
The cafeteria serves balanced meals. The variety of the meals is above average and the meals are much appreciated by everyone, vegetarians included.
Yes , Quebec city is a very hospitable, quiet and safe city . Quebec has a population of about 1 000 000 inhabitants.