Going from French as Second Language (FSL) programs to college or university in Canada may make your Canadian post-secondary experience easier. Colleges and universities in Quebec and other Francophone regions use French as the main language of instruction, and some colleges and universities offer FSL programs alongside regular academic instruction. Secondary schools in Canada also frequently offer FSL courses and programs, some of which focus on college or university preparation. Most colleges and universities in Canada have language proficiency requirements for international student applicants, and some high school or private language school FSL programs are designed specifically to help you meet these admission requirements. So if you are considering continuing your post-secondary studies in French, a Canadian FSL program can help smooth the way to college or university in Canada. If you are planning to attend an English-language college or university, French language skills and experience with a Canadian educational institution are advantages on your application, but you will still need to meet the English language proficiency requirements.