List of 31 French-speaking Canadian universities in 2023

Discover the complete list of French-speaking Canadian universities.

Do you want to study in Canada and are you looking for a French-speaking university?

Except in Quebec, universities are generally English-speaking in Canada.

But there are still some bilingual and French-speaking universities.

Among the 96 Canadian universities , there are 31 Francophone or Bilingual universities in Canada.

You can have more details on Canadian universities by consulting our selection of available articles:

List of French-speaking Canadian universities

Whether you want to study in a French-speaking institution, here is the list of universities teaching in French:

  1. Bishop’s University
  2. L’University of Alberta
  3. Superior Technology School
  4. ENAP
  5. University of New Brunswick
  6. Polytechnic School of Montreal
  7. HEC Montreal
  8. The University of Winnipeg
  9. Concordia University
  10. National Institute of Scientific Research
  11. University of Ottawa
  12. Montreal university
  13. Sherbrooke University
  14. Saint Paul University
  15. Laurentian University
  16. University of Quebec
  17. University of Quebec at Chicoutimi – UQAC
  18. The University of Quebec in Montreal – UQAM
  19. The University of British Columbia
  20. St. Anne’s University
  21. The University of Quebec in Rimouski – UQAR
  22. University of Sudbury
  23. University of Quebec at Trois Rivières – UQTR
  24. York University
  25. University of Quebec in Abitibi-Témiscamingue – UQAT
  26. University of Toronto
  27. The University of Quebec in Outaouais – UQO
  28. Laval University
  29. Dominican University College
  30. Royal Military College of Canada
  31. McGill University


In conclusion, you must note that each of its Canadian universities has its own admission requirements.

You must contact the universities directly for more information on registration prices and admission procedures.

In addition, you should note that generally, Canadian universities ask for several documents when applying for registration.

The two most important documents are your CV and your cover letter.

To help you prepare your CV and cover letter, we suggest that you consult the following two sections:

In addition, and as a bonus, we suggest that you read our article on online student jobs , in which we have gathered for you nearly 20 ways to make ends meet as a student!

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