Quebec students can receive up to
$20,000 in scholarships for this program

Full-time students who are residents of Quebec and enroll in this program can apply for the Bourses Perspective Scholarship, a guaranteed $2,500 per successful term.

Kindergarten and Elementary Education (Pédagogie de l’immersion française)


Do you have a passion for teaching and mentorship? Do you like working with children? Would you like to pursue a French-language career? If so, you may be the perfect fit for the B.Ed in Kindergarten and Elementary Education Pédagogie de l’immersion française (PIF). The program is an option embedded in the B.Ed Kindergarten and Elementary program (no additional credits are needed).

This program is designed for students who wish to teach in French immersion contexts and consists of 30 credits of French and second language education courses.

French Immersion is a common program across English schools in Quebec, and a very popular option across Canada. Opting for this program could increase your employability upon graduation.


An undergraduate degree in Kindergarten/Elementary Education with specialization in Pédagogie de l’Immersion Française (PIF) can lead you to a wide range of career options. Students who complete this program are qualified to teach in both English and French Immersion contexts. PIF teachers are in demand in Quebec, across Canada, and internationally. Many graduates choose to work in education, community programming, educational technology, curriculum development, and administration. You could be employed in public and private schools, community organizations, recreation centres, educational technology start-ups, and government.

You could become a professional:

  • French Immersion Teacher, Elementary School
  • Educational Technology Developer
  • Curriculum Specialist
  • Education Policy Researcher

Student experience

Students in this program are supported by course instructors, advisors, and administrators in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE) as well as the Office of Internships and Student Affairs (ISA). In addition to being a part of a department that fosters a sense of community and mentorship, students also can benefit from the resources and events organized by the Education Undergraduate Student Society (EdUS). 

Ready to apply?

For this program, you'll need to apply to the Faculty of Education.

Check the full admission requirements for information about deadlines and whether supporting documents are required as part of your application.

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