FAQs
 

Do I need French to study at Bishop's?
No. Although we are located in the province of Quebec, Bishop's is an English Language university in a billingual setting. All courses are taught in English. If you wish to work on your French, it is a great opporunity. It is neither mandatory nor a requirement for admission.

Does Bishop's have scholarships?
Yes. Bishop's has a very generous entrance scholarship program. All applicantions received by the March 1 deadline will be considered. No seperate application is necessary. Only Canadian and American High School and CEGEP students are eligible.

What about Residence Accommodcations ?
Bishop's guarantees all first-year students residence accommodations. You will receive an application for residence with your letter of acceptance to the University. Room assignments are done on a first-come, first-serve basis. The Residence & Conference Office is also promoting academic excellence by offering scholarship recipients an additional $1000 off residence fees.


What can I expect from a Bishop's degree?
We believe graduates from Bishop's will possess:
  • competence in their chosen field of study
  • ability to use knowledge and skills in a multitude of settings
  • effective writing and communicaiton skills
  • confidence in all social settings
  • intercultural and international awareness
  • qualtities necessary for leadership roles and civic responsibility
  • the foundation for lifelong learning


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