Language classes

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College Mathieu is the only French College in Saskatchewan and was created in 1918. We have been offering the highest-quality language instruction for over 25 years.

Our French and Spanish classes programs are available, according to the timetables shown above, for kids, teens and adults desiring to acquire the language basics and to progressively move on to reach various proficiency levels, depending on their own needs, abilities, goals and learning pace.

We focus on developing all four skills (reading, writing, listening and talking) through total immersion and incorporate the use of video, audio, and printed materials, which are carefully selected to best fit students’ needs. 

 

Browse our language programs with the menu on the left side of this page. 

 


 

Frequently Asked Questions

What training levels do you have to achieve my goals?
We have training levels and sub levels from Beginner (1, 2, 3) through Intermediate (1, 2) and Advanced. Each sub levels takes one session to complete.

What kind of material and exercise can I expect during class time?
Each level has its associated material including manuals and recorded listening exercises. The content is delivered, by a competent teaching staff in an effective way and activities are adapted to the learners’ levels.

How long is a term?
The duration of each French sub levels is 25 hours spread over a period of 10 weeks. Spanish classes terms are a little shorter: 20 hours spread over a period of 10 weeks.

Do you offer custom classes?
Private one to one classes are also offered for those requiring personalized coaching where needed.

Will I receive a certificate after completing a class?
You will receive a certificate from College Mathieu after each level you complete if you reach an average mark of 70%.

When and how can I pay the tuition fees?
Tuition and fees must be paid in full at registration. We regret that we cannot accept partial payments.

Acceptable forms of payment are check or cash.

Can I be refund if I can no longer go to classes?
Once the courses have begun, and in the case of one or more absences in various courses, no deferral or reimbursement can be made for any reason whatsoever.

However, in the case of serious illness and/or incapacity justified by a medical certificate, preventing participation in a course for over 4 consecutive weeks, the student can ask to be refunded for the missed tuition. 10% of the fees will be retained for administative purposes and issuance of the check.