About Bouchereau Lingua International – Quebec City
Bouchereau Lingua International Inc. was founded in 1976 in Montreal. The Québec City Campus has been open since 1986. The experience gained during these many years has allowed us to create programs that allow students to progress at their own pace and according to their needs.
The groups are small (from 1 to 12 students), which allows you to receive special attention from your teacher and to have more time to express yourself orally. The lesson plans, carefully prepared for each level, are based on the functions of French in everyday life and encourage the development of all aspects of the language.
BLI allows learning beyond the classroom through a variety of activities and the opportunity to live in a host family. We also offer a wide variety of programs to address topics of concern. You will learn French in a warm environment alongside students from around the world.
WHO ARE OUR STUDENTS?
International students, local students, local employees
1000Number of Students Enrolled at the School Last Year
90 per monthAverage Number of Students During the Year
150 per monthAverage Number of Students During the High Season
12 (summer and winter camp) 17 (general program) MINIMUM AGE
10 classrooms (small, medium, and large) Campus located on two levels Beautiful Street views. Classrooms named after Quebec City Districts. Urban feel, exposed brick, exposed beams, skylights, modern and clean. Reading Material and DVD library Cafeteria with all amenities Activity Board, and lounge area.
Québec Winter Carnival
Up to one million people attend the Carnaval de Québec every year, making it one of the biggest winter festivals in the world.
German Christmas Market
Festival d'été de Québec:
Live music, local musicians to big names (Shawn Mendes, The Weeknd, Niel Young, Lorde etc.)
Café and Restaurants (near BLI)
Stat Café, café St-Henri, Nektar Café, Brulerie St Roch, Café Pékoe. Poutineville, Stat Café, Yuzu Sushi, Subway, Metro.
If you are planning to study at BLI for longer than six months, there are two documents you must have: a Canadian Study Permit and the CAQ (Quebec Acceptance Certificate). If this is the case, you have to apply for the CAQ first. After getting your CAQ ( 3-6 weeks in general), you can start the process of obtaining your Canadian Study Permit.