Strasbourg Program application form | Mount Allison

Strasbourg Program application form

PLEASE NOTE:  

  • The below is the application for the Strasbourg Program for the 2023-2024 academic year.    This means that if you are interested in going to Strasbourg for the fall 2023, winter 2024 or full academic year, you should apply below. 

  • If you are only applying to the Strasbourg Program, you only need to complete this application. If you are interested in applying for other general exchange programs for the 2023-2024 academic year, you must complete the Exchange Application. On the exchange program application, please include the Strasbourg Program as either for first, second, or third choice.  

  • The application deadline is January 13 2023 at midnight.  

  • An interview is also part of the application process and will be scheduled as soon as possible after the application deadline.


Before you begin to fill in this form, make sure you have:

  • student ID number
  • a list of university French language or literature courses completed or currently taking, as well as any other summer courses or learning you have undertaken
  • a plan for covering additional costs incurred by the program

* Indicates required field

Personal information

What is your current year of study?

Permanent mailing address

Strasbourg Program

I am applying for:

Background in French

I was in the:

Please list the university French language or literature courses you have successfully completed.
Please list any university French language or literature courses you are taking this year.
(summer courses, French school, etc.)

Degree planning

Careful advance planning is very important to ensure your degree requirements are met.

Current degree program

How will credits granted through the Strasbourg Program be included in your degree requirements (e.g. electives, part of requirements for a major, part of requirements for a minor, part of requirements for honours, etc.)? The majority of the credits awarded are in French language, literature, and culture, generally at the 3000 level, depending on placement.

Application questions