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Duration

7 weeks

Tuition

$1,089

 

Jul 19-Aug 16

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Online

Year Founded

1848

Scholarships

no

This course helps students build confidence using French as a Second Language while developing their language skills, academic abilities, and intercultural knowledge with language instructors at one of Canada’s leading research universities, the University of Ottawa.  Using a student-centered and interactive approach, instructors involve students in real-time online learning tasks that help them build 21st century skills essential to their future academic studies and employability prospects, all within a positive, fun, and supportive online learning community.

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Student Reviews (1)

University of Ottawa

University of Ottawa Nursing

Kaitlyn Wallace

March 29, 2021

Graduated From

Honours Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Overall:

4 out of 5

Instructors:

4 stars

Curriculum:

4 stars

Job Assistance:

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I picked the university of Ottawa because they offer a collaborative program with Algonquin college in the rural area that I live in. Opting to pick this university was the best option for me because it enabled me to save a lot of money. I applied to 3...

I picked the university of Ottawa because they offer a collaborative program with Algonquin college in the rural area that I live in. Opting to pick this university was the best option for me because it enabled me to save a lot of money. I applied to 3 different universities and it was one fee for all 3 applications. I had a very good grade 12 academic background which enabled me to be accepted into this competitive program. In my opinion the course curriculum could be revised. In fact, in the first year we have no clinical experience. It is only theory in the first year. I think starting clinical experiences in the first year would be very helpful for students in the program.

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