O que eu aprenderei?

Spanish has been taught at Bishop’s since 1982. During these years, the curriculum has been constantly growing. All courses are taught in Spanish and fall into language, civilization and culture, linguistics, and literature. Third year courses on Spain and Spanish America alternate on a year-to-year rotation.

Did you know?

Bishop’s students can participate in exchange programs with universities in Spain, Argentina, Puerto Rico, and other Spanish-speaking countries. Scholarships are available to help offset travel costs.

Bishop’s is one of the three official Spanish language exam Centers in Quebec.

Although professors use a variety of materials in their classes, you can immerse yourself further in the language by going to the Library for DVDs, audiotapes, videos, movies, CDs and CD-ROMs, or for reading materials.

Where can this lead me?

Our graduates moved on to exciting careers in the following areas:

Graduate School

Management and Business

Public and International Service

Communications, Media and Journalism



Human Resources

Teaching and Education

The Diplomas of Spanish as a foreign language (DELE), supervised by the Ministry of Education of Spain and the Institute Cervantes, offer an official accreditation on the degree of mastery of the Spanish language for citizens of countries where Spanish is not the official language. The exams test three levels of mastery of the Spanish language: Certificate initial, Diploma basics, Diploma superior. They are recognized not only by official institutions of Spanish speaking countries, but also, increasingly by corporations, universities and other educational institutions all over the world.

De qual departamento farei parte?

Faculty of Arts and Science

Opções de estudo

Período integral (30 horas de crédito)

CAN $816.67 per credit; Compulsory fee: CAN $1,569.69
Data de início

Esperado Setembro 2021


Faculty of Arts and Science

2600 College Street,


Quebec (QC),

J1M 1Z7, Canada

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes internacionais

International High School Students: You are considered an international high school student for admission purposes if you: are currently completing secondary school at a country outside of Canada or the USA; or you completed secondary school at a country outside of Canada or the USA within the last two years and you have not studied elsewhere since completing your secondary school studies

Admission Requirements General:

The following requirements should be used as a guideline to be considered competitive for admissions consideration. Each admission cycle, Bishop’s University receives more applications than spaces available. Meeting the minimum posted requirements does not guarantee admission. Applicants who do not meet the posted requirements may be considered on an individual basis. In those cases, the Admissions Office may request additional information in addition to that indicated below.

Normally have completed 12 years of formal schooling and received a secondary school credential that would permit you access to university in that country. If you are studying at or have graduated from secondary school in a country where secondary school finishes after only 11 years of formal schooling your application will be evaluated on an individual basis.
Minimum average required varies depending upon curriculum followed; transcripts are reviewed on an individual basis.

English language requirements: Complete a recognized English assessment with appropriate minimum score:
TOEFL minimum overall score of 237 (Computer-based) or 90 (Internet-based)

IELTS minimum overall score of 6.5

MELAB minimum overall score of 85

CAEL minimum overall score of 70

Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE) minimum score of C

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) minimum score of C

Pearson Test of English: Academic (PTE: Academic) minimum overall score of 61