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Certificate of French Proficiency Regulations

Certificate of French Proficiency for Non-French Majors - Basic - Regulation

In order for a certificate to be granted a student must:
(a) be registered in the certificate prior to the completion of 50% of the course requirements for the course of study;
(b) successfully complete all three FCEs with a minimum overall average of 70%;
(c) successfully complete a standard Proficiency Examination upon successful completion of the three FCEs, and achieve a score corresponding to the level he/she is applying for; and,
(d) take all courses required for the Certificate from Lakehead University.

Students can only be enrolled in one level (Basic, Intermediate, or Advanced) at a time.  The Certificate cannot be combined with a Minor or a Major in French.

Only one Certificate of French Proficiency will be granted. Students who complete additional levels (i.e. Intermediate, Advanced) will have that noted on their transcript.

Certificate of French Proficiency for Non-French Majors - Intermediate - Regulations

In order for a Certificate to be granted a student must:
(a) be registered in the certificate prior to the completion of 50% of the course requirements for the course of study;
(b) successfully complete all three FCEs with a minimum overall average of 70%;
(c) successfully complete a standard Proficiency Examination upon successful completion of the three FCEs, and achieve a score corresponding to the level he/she is applying for; and,
(d) take all courses required for the Certificate from Lakehead University.

Students can only be enrolled in one level (Basic, Intermediate, or Advanced) at a time. The Certificate cannot be combined with a Minor or a Major in French.

Only one Certificate of French Proficiency will be granted. Students who complete additional levels (i.e. Intermediate, Advanced) will have that noted on their transcript.

Certificate of French Proficiency for Non-French Majors - Advanced - Regulations

In order for a Certificate to be granted a student must:
(a) be registered in the certificate prior to the completion of 50% of the course requirements for the course of study;
(b) successfully complete all three FCEs with a minimum overall average of 70%;
(c) successfully complete a standard Proficiency Examination upon successful completion of the three FCEs, and achieve a score corresponding to the level he/she is applying for; and,
(d) take all courses required for the Certificate from Lakehead University.

Students can only be enrolled in one level (Basic, Intermediate, or Advanced) at a time. The Certificate cannot be combined with a Minor or a Major in French.

Only one Certificate of French Proficiency will be granted. Students who complete additional levels (i.e. Intermediate, Advanced) will have that noted on their transcript.