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Gatineau (Québec)
Université du Québec en Outaouais, Département d'études langagières
URL: http://www.uqo.ca
C.P. 1250, succ. B, Gatineau (Québec) Canada  J8X 3X7
Tel.: (819) 595-4444. Fax: (819) 595-2212
Established: 1980 (Und. diplomas), 1999 (BA), 2001 (DESS)
Students: approx. 350
Three-year BA in Translation and Professional Writing.
. Two one-year undergraduate diplomas in Translation.
. One-year undergraduate diploma in Professional Writing.
. Graduate Diploma (DESS)in Localization and Hypermedia.
Specialization: Computer-assisted translation and terminology, localization and hypermedia
Languages: French, English
October 2002 (our thanks to 
Christiane Melançon)

Laurentian
Laurentian University. Faculty of Professional Schools. School of Translators and Interpreters
Ramsey Lake Road. Sudbury, Ontario P3E 2C6
Tel: 1.705.675 1151. ext. 4100. Fax: 1.705.675 4888.
Established 1968
Students: 48
· Four-year undergraduate programme for French-speaking students, leading to a Baccalauréat spécialisé en science du langage.
· Four-year undergraduate programme for English-speaking students, leading to a Honours Bachelor of Science in Language.
The programmes are reduced to two years for students with a university degree and to three years for students having completed two years of Cégep (Collège d'enseignement général et professionnel / College of General and Vocational Training - a two or three-year postsecondary institution providing both preuniversity and vocational courses, normally following the fifth year of secondary education).
Specialization: commerce, administration, technical texts.
Languages: French, English.
Student exchanges: Zurich.
(February 1995)

Laval
Université Laval. Département de langues et linguistique
Cité Universitaire. Québec. G1K 7P4
Tel: 1.418.656 7638. Fax: 1.418.656 2622
Established 1975
Students: approx. 250
· One-year Certificat en traduction, open to students with DEC or equivalent.
· Three-year undergraduate programme (B.A.) leading to Baccalauréat spécialisé en traduction, open to students with DEC or equivalent.
· One-and-a-half-year advanced programme (M.A.) leading to Maîtrise en terminologie et traduction, open to students with a first degree (B.A.).
· One-year full-time Graduate Diploma in Translation, open to students with at least an undergraduate degree in any field other that translation.
Specialization: law, economics, science and technology, terminology.
Languages: French, English, some elective courses in third languages like Spanish or German.
Student exchanges: Dublin, Strasbourg.
(November 1994)

Moncton
Université de Moncton. Département de traduction et des langues
Centre universitaire de Moncton. Moncton (N.-B) E1A 3E9
Tel: 1.506.858 4214. Fax: 1.506.858 4166
Established 1972
Students: 50 - 70
· Four-year undergraduate programme (B.A.) in translation leading to Baccalauréat spécialisé en traduction.
Specialization: economics, administration, technical texts, law.
Languages: French, English (English into French only).
(January 1995)

Montréal - Concordia
Concordia University (Université Concordia). Département d'études françaises
1455, boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest, Montréal (Québec) CANADA H3G 3M8.

Tel.: 514. 848-7500 Fax: 514. 848-4542

Established 1978 (B.A.), 1980 (Diploma), 1999 (M.A.)

Students: 350

· Three-year undergraduate programme leading to B.A. Specialization in Translation.

· Three-and-a-half-year undergraduate programme leading to B.A.

Specialization Coop.

· Three-year undergraduate programme leading to B.A. Major in Études françaises (Option traduction).

· One-year full-time Graduate Diploma in Translation, open to students with at least an undergraduate

degree in any field other that translation.

One-year full-time or two-year part-time M.A. in Translatology.

Specialization: Economic translation; literary translation; revision (undergraduate)

Languages: English, French.

Student exchanges: "Other Canadian schools of translation; universities with

which Condordia has agreements, such as all French universities and Groningen (Netherlands)."

(October 2000: our thanks to Louise Brunette)

Montréal - McGill University
McGill University, Montréal Canada
Département de langue et littérature françaises
BA Lettres et traduction: 36 credits
Major Concentration Lettres et traduction
Minor Concentration Langue et traduction, Lettres et Traduction
http://www.arts.mcgill.ca/programs/french/

Centre for Continuing Education
Certificate in Translation (English-French, French-English) 30 credits
Graduate Diploma in Translation
http://www.mcgill.ca/conted/
(November 2003)


Montréal- Université de Montréal
Université de Montréal. Faculté des arts et des sciences. Département de linguistique et de traduction
C.P. 6205, suc. Centre-ville. Montréal. Québec. H3C 3T7
Tel: 514. 343 6220. Fax: 514. 343 2284. E-mail: Gilles.Belanger@umontreal.ca 
Established 1951 (MA), 1969 (BA)
Students: 800
· Three-year BA in Translation (options in Translation or Interpretation).
· One-year MA in Translation (options in Translation or Interpretation).
· One-year MA in Linguistics (Applied Linguistics: Terminology).
Specialization: Linguistics, artificial intelligence, neuropsychology.
Languages: French, English, German, Spanish.
Student exchanges: CIUTI schools, Salford, Surrey.
Member of CIUTI since 1969.
(September 1994/98)

Ottawa
Université d'Ottawa / University of Ottawa. École de traduction et d'interprétation / School of Translation and Interpreting
52 University Private. P. O. Box 450, Station "A". Ottawa. Ontario. K1N 6N5
Tel: 1.613.564 2346. Fax: 1.613.564 2959
Established 1970 - 1986
Students: 225 (164 undergraduates, 61 postgraduates)
· Three-year undergraduate programme leading to B.A. Honours in Translation / Baccalauréat spécialisé en traduction.
· Two to four-year advanced programme leading to M.A. in Translation / Maîtrise en traduction, open to students with a first degree (B.A.).
· Twelve-month programme in legal translation leading to a Diplôme d'études supérieures en traduction juridique, open to students with a first degree.
· Twelve-month Graduate Diploma in Conference Interpreting / Diplôme d'études supérieures en interprétation de conférence, open to students with a first degree.
· Twelve-month Graduate Diploma in Spanish Translation / Diplôme d'études supérieures en traduction espagnole, open to students with a first degree.
Specialization: see diplomas/degrees above.
Languages: French, English, Spanish.
Student exchanges: Paris (ESIT), Tangiers, Georgetown.
(January 1995)

Saint-Boniface
Collège universitaire de Saint-Boniface. École de Traduction
200, avenue de la Cathédrale. Saint-Boniface. Manitoba. R2H 0H7
Tel: 204.233 0210. Fax: 204.237 3240
Established 1984
Students: 40
· Four-year undergraduate programme leading to BA in Translation (Baccalauréat spécialisé en traduction). Students enter the second year after completing their first year in a general BA programme (arts or science).
· One-year programme leading to a certificate in translation (Certificat en traduction), comprising 30 credits that can also be spread out over three years. The programme is designed for students who have already completed a degree in another area (BA or MA) and deals purely with translation studies and practice (no language or general knowledge courses).
Specialization: legal, scientific, commercial, literary.
Languages: French, English, with minors available in German and Spanish.
Student exchanges: Trier (Germany), Avignon (France).
(January 1995)

Trois-Rivières
Université de Québec à Trois-Rivières. Département de langues modernes et de traduction
C.P. 500, Trois-Rivières. Québec. G9A 5H7
Tel: 1.819.376 5109. Fax: 1.819.376 5169
Established 1973
Students: 47
· Three-year undergraduate programme leading to BA level (Baccalauréat en traduction).
Specialization: general translation fields plus introduction to technical translation.
Languages: French, English, with minors available in German and Spanish.
(November 1994)

Toronto
York University
URL: http://www.glendon.yorku.ca/translation/
School of Translation, Glendon College, 2275 Bayview Ave., Toronto, ON, Canada, M4N 3M6
Tel.: 1 416 487-6742
Directors: Canadce Séguinot (B.A.) and Daniel Simeoni (M.A.)
Established: 1980
Students: 160
Description: Honours BA in Translation, French-English and English-French, M.A. in Translation, Certificate in Professional and Technical Writing which can be taken separately or concurrently as can the French technical writing certificate offered through the Département d'études françaises. Certificate in Spanish-English and English-Spanish translation offered through the Department of Hispanic Studies.The prerequisite for admission to the School is a minimum of one full year of university studies.
Languages: French, English, Spanish.
Specialization: At the B.A. level, professional translation, at the M.A., both scholarly approaches to translation and professional specialization
Languages: French, English, Spanish
(December 2003: our thanks to Candace Séguinot)

Vancouver
The University of British Columbia. Department of French
#797 - 1873 East Mall. Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z1
Tel: 1.604.822 2879. Fax: 1.604.822 6675r
Established 1976
Students: 20
· Two-year part-time programme leading to a Diploma in Translation / Diplôme en traduction, open to students with a first degree or equivalent and a high level of proficiency in French and English. Specialization may be in one or the other language. The programme "includes a practicum in a professional environment".
Specialization: general and technical.
Languages: French, English.
(March 1995) REPORTED AS NOT HAVING BEEN OFFERED SINCE 2000 (July 2003)