Once you arrive at your chosen destination, they will assess you by doing a placement test, and determine which course you will take there. French Studies strongly recommends going to Trois-Pistoles for your exchange because their courses are the closest to the French Department’s courses level.
Once you have been placed in a course, go to the following link http://www.queensu.ca/artsci/sites/default/files/Letter_of_Permission.pdf , fill up the Letter of Permission and return the form as indicated in the instructions on the form to Jane Mullins at the Faculty of Arts & Science at 613-533-2467 or firstname.lastname@example.org
F200 will forward the paperwork to the Undergrad Chair for approval, and the process from there should be quick. It takes approximately 2-3 weeks to process.
Yes, however core courses other than FREN320 of a French Plan must be taken at Queen's.
There is a binder at the F200 office that you can consult to give you the approximate equivalency of Queen’s for a transfer credit. You can proceed with your Letter of Permission from there.