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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021-22 Saskatchewan-Québec Student Exchange Program will be made available in a modified virtual exchange format.
Saskatchewan students in Grade 10 and 11 can take part in an exchange with students from Quebec through a mutual exchange program. Saskatchewan students host Quebec students for three months in the fall before travelling to Quebec in the winter to live and study for three months.
The program gives students a chance to:
The program is available to Saskatchewan high school students who will be in Grade 10 or 11 during the exchange year and who are currently studying French, whether it is Core French, French Immersion or Post-Intensive French.
Students are selected for the program based on:
Students who meet selection criteria may apply for the exchange program if:
How to apply:
School division application deadline for the 2021-22 Saskatchewan-Quebec Student Exchange program closed on December 4, 2020. Applications for the 2022-23 Saskatchewan-Quebec Student Exchange program will open in fall 2021.
School divisions wishing to participate accept all conditions of the exchange as outlined in the Saskatchewan-Quebec Student Exchange Program 2021-22 information package.
Student application and liaison teacher interview guide deadline for the 2021-22 Saskatchewan-Quebec Student Exchange program was March 22, 2021.
Note: Please do not mail original documents to the Programs Branch.
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