At Glendon, you can tailor your academic career to provide a solid background for an internationally focused career. 

Your International Degree

Speak to Academic Services to learn more about adding any of the following international or language options to your degree.

Bilingual and Trilingual iBA and iBSc

Our bilingual and trilingual iBA and iBSc degrees help give your education a global perspective, preparing you for an increasingly globalized workforce. They consist of three main components:

  1. Internationally oriented courses
  2. An international exchange
  3. Additional language courses

You can decide to switch into an iBA or iBSc program after starting your degree!

Bilingualism at Glendon

Everyone at Glendon graduates with some level of bilingual certification. To meet the minimum requirement, you must take six credits in FSL at the 2000 level or a six-credit discipline class, such as history, taught in French.

Want to go above and beyond the minimum requirements? Check out the other levels of bilingualism you can achieve at Glendon, and contact Academic Services for assistance on choosing a path that suits you.

Excellence in Languages

Glendon’s new wing, the Centre of Excellence for French-language and Bilingual Post-secondary Education, is another opportunity to take advantage of the resources you have at Glendon to improve and master French.

The Centre doesn’t just have open study spaces and a new amphitheatre; it’s also a place to enhance your bilingual activities outside of the classroom, thanks to its state-of-the-art language labs.

You can now take your education even further and earn our newly offered Master’s Degree in Conference Interpreting or the PhD in Études Francophones.

Teach English Abroad

On top of your degree, you can add a certificate in the Discipline of Teaching English as an International Language (D-TEIL). It’s the only one in Canada that helps you enter the international field of English language teaching.

If languages and living abroad are something that just speak to you, the D-TEIL program might be what you’re looking for. The D-TEIL is coupled with real-world experience. At the end of the program, students have the opportunity to travel to Cuba for 3 weeks to teach English at the end of April.

Language Success at Glendon

Alison came to Glendon with a core French background and graduated with two bilingual jobs under her belt and a working proficiency of Spanish. Listen to her story below.