4 tips for English-speaking students
1. Ask professors/teachers for help!
Professors are very accessible at UdeM. If you need help or you find yourself not understanding something, ask for help!
2. Don't be shy!
Montreal is a bilingual city; chances are that the guy or girl sitting next to you speaks both English and French. Your classmates could be quite helpful if you need help understanding a specific word, sentence or anything else.
3. Get involved!
There are plenty of extracurricular activities to do at UdeM. Join a sport, a club, or become a member of your student association. Having fun and sharing experiences with French-speaking students is the best way to learn and practice the French language.
4. Discover the existing services for anglophone students
The Carrefour SAÉ provides many services for English-speaking students and they are worth trying. These services include workshops, tutoring, and access to other very helpful tools. The best part is that most of them are free!
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Kathy a été stagiaire au Service de l'admission et du recrutement (SAR) de septembre 2015 à août 2016. Ne pouvant résister à son charme naturel et à sa touche informatique, le SAR l'a réengagée en janvier 2017 comme agente de communication. Tête en l'air, toujours le bon mot et le sourire aux lèvres, passionnée à en oublier de manger, son seul défaut est un amour prononcé pour le chocolat.